|Asian Diaspora, Media Archive, Social Science, United States, Wanted/Research Requests/Call for Papers on 2014-03-13 23:15Z by Steven|
Are you in an Asian and White American interracial marriage?
University of California, Berkeley
Center for Race and Gender; Department of Gender and Women’s Study; Department of Sociology
Does race and ethnic difference matter in your life?
Hi, my name is Louise Ly. I’m a Ph.D. candidate from the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. I’m interested in learning about whether or not racial and ethnic difference matter in the lives of intermarried Chinese- and Indian-Americans and White Americans.
Some scholars of immigration argue that intermarriage signals a lessening of ethnic difference among intermarried partners and groups who then come to be seen as more similar and equal. Does this thesis reflect your experience? Is your experience different?
- Interviews involve questions about marriage, family, ethnic/racial experiences
- Take about 1½ to 2 hours
- Completely confidential, and will take place at a time and place of your choice
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 542-9628, if you would like to schedule time an interview or have any questions.
This study is sponsored by UC Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender, Department of Gender and Women’s Study, and Sociology Department. It is approved by UC Berkeley’s Committee for Protection of Human Subjects.