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Invisible Asians: Korean American adoptees, Asian American experiences, and racial exceptionalism

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Rutgers University Press
Pub. Date:
[2016]
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English
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In Invisible Asians, Kim Park Nelson analyzes the processes by which Korean American adoptees have been rendered racially invisible, and how that invisibility facilitates their treatment as exceptional subjects within the context of American race relations and in government policies, including immigration law. Park Nelson connects this invisibility to the ambiguous racial positioning of Asian Americans in American culture, and explores the implications of invisibility for Korean adoptees as they navigate race, culture, and nationality.
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Asian American studies today
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Adoptees
Adoptees -- United States
Adoptés -- États-Unis
Adoption internationale -- Corée du Sud
Adoption internationale -- États-Unis
Adoption interraciale -- États-Unis
Américains d'origine asiatique -- Identité ethnique
Américains d'origine coréenne -- Identité ethnique
Asian Americans -- Ethnic identity
Cultural pluralism
Cultural pluralism -- United States
Diversité culturelle -- États-Unis
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Intercountry adoption -- Korea (South)
Intercountry adoption -- United States
Interracial adoption
Interracial adoption -- United States
Korea (South)
Korean Americans -- Ethnic identity
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare
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Adoption internationale
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