|Title:||CY Korean students and their Ethnic and Racial Identity|
|Abstract:||My research question will be based on how we feel about our racial identity as a CY student and how identity is different than our ethnicity. I am going to interview three interviewees, one from the class, and two others who has similar backgrounds with me. I am planning to find out about what my interviewees think about their own identity and hear about their own story as a CY student.|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2008-06-04|
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