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by Patrick Du Phuoc Long,Laura Ricard

eBook The Dream Shattered: Vietnamese Gangs in America ePub
Author: Patrick Du Phuoc Long,Laura Ricard
Language: English
ISBN: 1555532322
ISBN13: 978-1555532321
Publisher: Northeastern; First Edition edition (November 30, 1995)
Pages: 256
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 937
Formats: txt mbr mobi doc
ePub file: 1410 kb
Fb2 file: 1642 kb

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after the Vietnam War are turning to gang life. Du Phuoc Long interweaves the true stories of Indochinese youths with his personal experiences as a trusted counselor to Vietnamese children. after the Vietnam War are turning to gang life.

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As Du Phuoc Long makes clear, Vietnamese teens join gangs for much the same reasons as other underprivileged juveniles: ""shortcomings"" in the home environment, lack of interest in and problems at school, alienation from th. .

As Du Phuoc Long makes clear, Vietnamese teens join gangs for much the same reasons as other underprivileged juveniles: ""shortcomings"" in the home environment, lack of interest in and problems at school, alienation from the dominant culture, peer pressure. This examination of the rise of Vietnamese youth gangs relies heavily on Du Phuoc Long's work as a juvenile rehabilitation counselor in Santa Clara County, Calif. Despite such rough names as Asian Kicking Asses, Oriental Boyz, and Action Packed Vietnamese, these gangs have become highly sophisticated.

A fascinating, troubling, and illuminating read that interweaves the true stories of young Vietnamese involved in gang life and violent crime with the author's personal experiences as a counselor to young Vietnamese offenders in Santa Clara County, California

A fascinating, troubling, and illuminating read that interweaves the true stories of young Vietnamese involved in gang life and violent crime with the author's personal experiences as a counselor to young Vietnamese offenders in Santa Clara County, California. Annotation c. by Book News, In. Portland, Or. Download The Dream Shattered: Vietnamese Gangs in America by Patrick Du Phuoc Long, Laura Ricard free. The Dream Shattered: Vietnamese Gangs in America by Patrick Du Phuoc Long, Laura Ricard fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.

Tales and perspective of real juveniles behind the growing Asian American gangs.

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The dream shattered by Dư, Phước Long. Vietnamese gangs in America. Phước Long Dư, Patrick Du Phuoc Long, Laura Ricard. Published 1996 by Northeastern University Press in Boston.

Long, Patrick Du Phuoc. The Dream Shattered: Vietnamese Gangs in America. Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press. Compelled to Excel: Immigration, Education and Opportunity among Chinese Americans. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press. Nordoff, Jean F. (1985). Mental health and refugee youths: A model for diagnostic training.

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A fascinating, troubling, and illuminating read that interweaves the true stories of young Vietnamese involved in gang life and violent crime with the author's personal experiences as a counselor to young Vietnamese offenders in Santa Clara County, California. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Mallador
One of the few books out there that capture the stories of Vietnamese refugee youth that turned to a life of gangs. The author covers the plight of the Vietnamese boat refugee population, Amerasians, and the general struggle to find themselves growing up in poverty. A great read for anyone; especially those that grew up with friends and family that were impacted by gang violence. The author focuses on San Jose because he was a counselor at one of the Ranches.
Samut
LIKE IT, THANK YOU FOR SENDING IT FAST, AND I COULD READ IT BEFORE MY HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT IS DUE. THX
Doomredeemer
Long, a counselor at a juvenile detention center in California, discusses the rise of Viet Namese gangs across the US. The book is essentially a lengthy illustration essay that employs narrative accounts of numerous adolescents and their families. Long provides through his firsthand experience, a frightening but sympathetic glimpse at one of the untold results of the war that turned a generation upside down. It is a story filled with cruelty and abandonment on both an individual and a national level. Perhaps the most valuable component of this study is the actual dialogue between Long and his wards. Long is engaging and wise, and the words of his "clients" are often terrifying and explicit.
Puchock
The author not only addressed the problem, but also showed how he helps solve it. He shows the pain these youth go through so poignantly. I work with vietnamese refugee youth and this book taught me so much in how the vietnamese family works and how to adress certain problems. this is probably the most down to earth book i've ever read. It's definatly easy to read too.
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