By Kent A. Ono
A significant other to Asian American experiences is constructed from 20 formerly released essays that experience performed an incredible historic function within the conceptualization of Asian American stories as a box.
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This may reflect a dislike for uncertainty, ambiguity, and unpredictability. The Chinese males tended to avoid the social sciences, business contact occupations, and verbal-linguistic fields; they showed predominate interests in the physical and biological sciences. Chinese-American females were much more domestically oriented than other females. These results show intra-consistency. If Chinese are inhibited, socially withdrawn, and lower in verbal skills (but higher in quantitative abilities), then they understandably have interests in fields minimizing interpersonal interactions.
They were especially happy to see him dating other Asian girls and volunteering his time to help tutor educationally deprived children in Chinatown. However, they did not understand his activist thinking and outspoken behavior towards authority figures. Gale came for therapy because he had not fully resolved guilt feelings concerning the recent death of his father. Several weeks prior to his father’s death, Gale had a violent argument with him over his recent participation in a demonstration. When his father passed away, Gale felt a great deal of remorse.
Throughout his early school years, John was an outstanding student and was constantly praised by his teachers. He was hard-working, obedient and never gave his teachers any trouble. However, his parents seemed to take John’s school successes for granted. In fact, they would always make statements such as ‘‘you can do better still’’. John first came to the counseling center during the latter part of his junior year because of severe headaches and a vague assortment of bodily complaints. A medical check-up failed to reveal any organic malfunctioning, which lead the psychologist to suspect a psychophysiological reaction.
A Companion to Asian American Studies by Kent A. Ono