『海外華人研究』-- 書目資料  II

A comprehensive bibliography of 'Overseas Chinese Studies'

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  1. Ma, Baolin
    Monterey Park [California]: salute to Chinese culture
    Beijing Review (Beijing) 31, no.29 (Jul 19-24 1988) 35-36

  2. Ma, John T.
    Chinese Americans in the professions
    Sino-American Relations (Hwa Kang, Taiwan) 9, no.4 (Win) 1983 63-99

  3. Ma, Kee Maggie
    Chinese American food practices, customs, and holidays
    Chicago: American Dietetic Association; Alexandria, Va.: American Diabetes Association 1990 36p (Ethnic and regional food practices--a series.)

  4. Ma, L. Eve Armentrout
    Chinatown organizations and the anti-Chinese movement, 1882-1914
    In: Chan, Sucheng, ed. Entry denied: exclusion and the Chinese community in America. Philadelphia, Pa.: Temple UP, 1991. 286p. (Asian American history and culture series.) 1991 147-169

  5. Ma, L. Eve Armentrout
    Chinese in Marin County, 1850-1950: a century of growth and decline
    In: Chinese America: history and perspectives, 1991. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1991. 173p. 1991 25-47

  6. Ma, L. Eve Armentrout
    Chinese traditional religion in North America and Hawaii
    In: Chinese America: history and perspective 1988. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1988. 202p. 1988 131-147

  7. Ma, Sheng-mei
    Immigrant subjectivities and desires in overseas student literature: Chinese, postcolonial, or minority text?
    Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique (Durham) 4, no.3 (Win 1996 421-458)

  8. Mak, Lau-Fong; Lai, Him M.
    Occupational structures of Chinese immigrants in early Malaya and North America
    Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 20, no.1 1992 43-66

  9. Mak, Lau-Fong; Wong, Aline
    Territorial patterns among Chinese secret societies in Singapore and Peninsular Malaysia: some tentative findings
    Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 51, no.1 ( 1978 36-45)

  10. Mann, Richard I.
    The Chinese in Canada = Chin jih Chia-na-ta hua jen sheng huo
    Mississauga, Ont.: Gateway Books 1989 151p

  11. Mansingh, Surjit
    Beijing and the overseas Chinese
    China Report (Delhi) 27, no.4 (Oct-Dec 1991 309-328)

  12. Mao, Sung-nien
    Overseas Chinese support free China
    Asian Outlook (Taipei) 13, no.11 (Nov 1978 7-9 )

  13. Mar, Don
    Another look at the enclave economy thesis: Chinese immigrants in the ethnic labor market
    Amerasia Journal (Los Angeles, CA) 17, no.3 1991 5-21

  14. Marchetti, Gina
    Ethnicity, the cinema and cultural studies [cinematic depictions of Chinese Americans]
    In: Friedman, Lester D., ed. Unspeakable images: ethnicity and the American cinema. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1991. 443p. 1991 277-307

  15. Mark, Diane Mei Lin
    A Chinese community in old Hawaii
    Sino-American Relations (Hwa Kang, Taiwan) 3, no.2 (Sum 1977 87-103 )

  16. Mark, Diane Mei Lin
    Seasons of light: the history of Chinese Christian churches in Hawaii
    Honolulu: Chinese Christian Association of Hawaii 1989 338p

  17. Mark, Dianne Mei Lin; Chih, Ginger
    A place called Chinese America
    Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co. 1982 192p

  18. Mark, Gregory Y.
    A Chinese laundryman fights back: case of In re Byron Mark.
    In: Chinese America: history and perspective 1988. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1988. 202p. 1988 58-79

  19. Markus, Andrew
    Chinese in Australian history
    Meanjin (Victoria, Australia) 42, no.1 (Mar) 1983 85-101

  20. Marsella, Anthony J., et al
    Depression and body image satisfaction [Including reactions of Chinese-American and Japanese-American subjects]
    Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (Bellingham, WA) 12, no.3 (Sep 1981 360-373)

  21. Marsella, Anthony J., et al
    Depression and body image satisfaction [including reactions of Chinese-American and Japanese-American subjects]
    Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (Bellingham, WA) 12, no.3 (Sep 1981 360-373)

  22. Mark, Gregory Yee
    Opium and the Chinese question [in the United States]
    In: Revilla, Linda A., et al., eds. Bearing dreams, shaping visions: Asian Pacific American perspectives. Pullman, Wash.: Washington State University Press, 1993. 282p. (Association for Asian American Studies series.) 1993 5-14

  23. May, Cathie Rosemary
    Topsawyers, the Chinese in Cairns, 1870-1920
    Townsville, Australia: History Dept., James Cook University 1984 vi, 433p (Studies in North Queensland history, no.6.)

  24. Mitchell, Katharyne
    Transnational subjects: constituting the cultural citizen in the era of Pacific Rim capital [Hong Kong Chinese immigrants in Vancouver, British Columbia]
    In: Ong, Aihwa; Nonini, Donald M., eds. Ungrounded empires: the cultural politics of modern Chinese transnationalism. New York: Routledge, 1997. 343p. 1997 228-256

  25. McBeath, Gerald A
    Chinese integration in contemporary Philippine society
    Philippine Chinese Historical Association (Manila) inaugural issue (Mar 1970 71-89)

  26. McCarthy, Charles J.
    Coolie Chinese in Peru 100 years ago
    Annals of the Philippine Chinese Historical Association (Manila) Fourth Issue (June 1973 27-46)

  27. McCarthy, Charles J.
    State consent in the renunciation of Chinese citizenship
    Annals of the Philippine Chinese Historical Association (Manila) (Jun 1975 10-20)

  28. McClain, Charles J., Jr.
    Chinese immigration: a comment on [Patricia] Cloud and [David] Galenson
    Explorations in Economic History (New York) 27, no.3 (Jul 1990 363-378)

  29. McClain, Charles J.; McClain, Laurene Wu
    The Chinese contribution to the development of American law
    In: Chan, Sucheng, ed. Entry denied: exclusion and the Chinese community in America. Philadelphia, Pa.: Temple UP, 1991. 286p. (Asian American history and culture series.) 1991 3-24

  30. McCunn, Ruthanne Lum
    An illustrated history of the Chinese in America
    San Francisco, Design Enterprises of San Francisco 1979 133p.

  31. McCunn, Ruthanne Lum
    Chinese American portraits: personal histories 1828-1988
    San Francisco: Chronicle Books 1988 174p

  32. McCutcheon, James
    The Chinese people's cultural adjustment to the United States
    In: Proceedings of the conference on Sino-American cultural and educational relations, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, November 8-10, 1987. Taipei: Pacific Cultural Foundation, 1988. 265p. 1988 115-132

  33. McGloin, John B
    Thomas Cian, pioneer Chinese priest in California
    California Historical Society. Quarterly 48, no.1 (Mar 1969 45-58)

  34. McLaren, Ian F.
    The Chinese in Victoria: official reports and documents
    Ascot Vale: Red Rooster 1985. 114p

  35. Mei, Schu-dseng
    Chinese-language classes, Chinese schools and Chinese culture centers
    West and East (Taipei) 20, no.3-4 (Apr 1975 1-4)

  36. Melendy, Howard Brett
    Chinese and Japanese Americans
    Rev. ed. New York: Hippocrene Books 1984. 235p

  37. Meltzer, Milton
    The Chinese Americans
    New York: Crowell 1980 181p.

  38. Meng, Chih
    Chinese American understanding: a sixty-year search
    New York: China Institute in America 1981 255p.

  39. Meng, Chih
    Recollections of Chinese-American cultural persons: a sampling
    Chinese Studies in History (White Plains, NY) 11, no.2 (Win 1977-1978 16-28

  40. Michel, Jean Jacques
    Avoir 20 ans en Chine a la campagne [interviews with Chinese refugees in Hongkong]
    Paris: Editions du Seuil 1978 180p.

  41. Minnick, Sylvia Sun
    Samfow = Chin-shan San-pu: the San Joaquin Chinese legacy
    Fresno, Calif.: Panorama West Pub. 1988 322p

  42. Mitchell, Robert E.
    Religion among urban Chinese and non-Chinese in Southeast Asian countries
    Social Compass (Louvain) 21, no.1 (1974 25-44 )

  43. Moensch, Richard U
    Wealth, expertise and political entrepreneurship: political innovation in a Pacific Chinese community
    Journal of Asian and African Studies (Leiden) 6, no.1 (Jan 1971 37-48 )

  44. Mok, Robert
    Chinese musicians in the world of Western music
    Chinese American Forum (Silver Spring, MD) 4, no.4 (Apr 1989 3-4 )

  45. Moore, Brian L.
    The settlement of Chinese in Guyana in the nineteenth century
    Immigrants and Minorities (London) 7, no.1 (Mar 1988 41-56

  46. Morland, J. Kenneth
    Race awareness among American and Hong Kong Chinese children
    Ekistics: the Problems and Science of Human Settlement (Lincoln, MA) 32, no.190 (Sep 1971 221-225 )

  47. Morland, J. Kenneth
    Race awareness among American and Hong Kong Chinese children
    Ekistics: the Problems and Science of Human Settlement (Lincoln, MA) 32, no.190 (Sep 1971 221-225

  48. Morton, James W
    In the sea of sterile mountains: the Chinese in British Columbia
    Vancouver, J.J. Douglas 1974 280p.

  49. Moynihan, Daniel Patrick
    The Chinese in America
    In: Tsuan, Victor T.H., ed. For world peace, freedom and justice: 60 years: Shanghai Tiffin perspective. Chicago: Adams, 1985. 465p. 1985 146-150

  50. Mung, Emmanuel Ma
    Groundlessness and utopia: the Chinese diaspora and territory
    In: Sinn, Elizabeth, ed. The last half century of Chinese overseas. Aberdeen, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1998. 508p. 1998 35-47

  51. Murphy, Nigel Ralph
    The Chinese in New Zealand: a select bibliography with annotations
    Wellington, N.Z.: Alexander Turnbull Library 1988 21 leaves

  52. Myriad worlds: 200 years of the Chinese in Hawaii
    Honolulu: Hawaii Heritage Center 1989 28p

  53. Nadzan Haron
    Early Chinese in California: some aspects of their immigration and settlement 1847-1860
    Jebat (Kuala Lumpur) 11 (1981/1982 48-73)

  54. Nadzan Haron
    Reception of Chinese immigrants in California during the Gold Rush period 1848-early 1852
    Jebat (Kuala Lumpur) 12 1983/1984 17-39

  55. Nagasawa, Richard H.
    Summer wind: the story of an immigrant Chinese politician
    Tucson, Ariz.: Westernlore 1986 179p

  56. Ng, Wing Chung
    Becoming 'Chinese Canadian': the genesis of a cultural category
    In: Sinn, Elizabeth, ed. The last half century of Chinese overseas. Aberdeen, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1998. 508p. 1998 203-215

  57. Nash, Robert Alan
    The Chinese shrimp fishery in California
    Los Angeles, University of California 1973 361p Thesis (Ph.D.) Abstracted in DAI, 34, no.6 (De 1973) 2697-B. UM no.73-28,742.

  58. National Trust of Australia (Victoria)
    Bendigo and the Chinese Joss House
    Melbourne, National Trust of Australia (Victoria) 1972 19p

  59. Nealand, Daniel
    Chinese American historical studies: a summary of resources at the National Archives-Pacific Sierra region
    In: Chinese America: history and perspectives, 1991. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1991. 173p. 1991 121-134

  60. New drive to woo Chinese living abroad
    Peking Informers (Hong Kong) 36, no.5 (Mar 1, 1978 3-5

  61. Ng, Alex
    The library needs of the Chinese community in the United Kingdom
    London: British Library Research and Development Dept. 1989 102p (British Library research paper, 56.)

  62. Ng, Geoffrey
    The Chinese Language School in Hawaii
    Chinese American Forum (Silver Spring, MD) 6, no.1 (Jul 1990 6-8)

  63. Ng, Pearl
    Writings on the Chinese in California
    San Francisco, R and E Research Associates 1972 118p

  64. Ng, Wing-cheung
    An evaluation of the labor market status of Chinese Americans
    Amerasia Journal (Los Angeles, CA) 4, no.2 1977 101-122

  65. Nguyen Hoi-Chan
    Some aspects of the Chinese community in Vietnam, 1650-1850
    Harvard University. East Asian Research Center. Papers on China (Cambridge, MA) 24 1971 104-124

  66. No, Ch'ang-Sop
    A study of the overseas Chinese students, Seoul, Korea
    by Chang Shub Roh Marshall, Tex., Bradley 1971 7, 54p

  67. Nyce, Ray
    Chinese folk religion in Malaysia and Singapore
    South East Asia Journal of Theology (Singapore) 12 (Spring 1971 81-91)

  68. Nyiri, Pal
    New migrants, new community: the Chinese in Hungary, 1989-95
    In: Benton, Gregor; Pieke, Frank N., eds. The Chinese in Europe. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 390p. 1998 350-379

  69. Old traditions, new directions: Chinese heritage and culture resource manual
    New York: Board of Education, Division of Bilingual Education 1991

  70. Ong, Aihwa
    Limits to cultural accumulation: Chinese capitalists on the American Pacific Rim [in California]
    In: Schiller, Nina Glick; Basch, Linda; Blanc-Szanton, Cristina, eds. Towards a transnational perspective on migration: race, class, ethnicity, and nationalism reconsidered. New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1992. 259p. (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v.645) 1992 125-143

  71. Ong, Paul
    An ethnic trade: the Chinese laundries in early California
    Journal of Ethnic Studies (Bellingham, WA) 8. no.4 (Win 1981 95-113)

  72. Ong, Paul M
    Chinese labor in early San Francisco: racial segmentation and industrial expansion
    Amerasia Journal (Los Angeles, CA) 8 no.1 (Spr-Sum 1981 69-92)

  73. Ong, Paul M.
    The central pacific railroad and exploitation of Chinese labor
    Journal of Ethnic Studies (Bellingham, WA) 13, no.2 (Summer 1985 119-124)

  74. Ontario Ministry of Culture and Recreation, Multicultural Development Branch
    Multicultural Development Branch. Papers on the Chinese community
    Toronto: Ministry of Culture and Recreation, Multicultural Development Branch 1976 49p.

  75. Opper, S. Michael; Lew, Lillie
    The Cantonese opera: a chapter in Chinese-American history
    In: Chinese Historical Society of America. National Conference, 1st. The life, influence and the role of the Chinese in the United States, 1776-1960. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Association of America, 1976. 40-46

  76. Orleans, Leo A.
    Chinese in America: the numbers game
    China Exchange News (Washington, D.C.) 17, no.3 (Sep 1989 9-10)

  77. Ou, Young-shi; McAdoo, Harriette Pipes
    Socialization of Chinese American children
    In: McAdoo, Harriette Pipes, ed. Family ethnicity / strength in diversity. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage, 1993. 397p. 1993 245-270

  78. The overseas Chinese
    Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 100, no.24 (Jun 16, 1978 17-24)

  79. Pacho, Arturo
    The Chinese community in the Philippines: status and conditions
    Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 1, no.1 (Feb) 1986 76-91

  80. Pake: writings by Chinese in Hawaii
    Honolulu: Bamboo Ridge 1989 237p

  81. Palinkas, Lawrence A.
    Rhetoric and religious experience: the discourse of immigrant Chinese churches
    Lanham, Md.: University Press of America 1990 314p

  82. Palmer, Howard
    Patterns of racism: attitudes towards Chinese and Japanese in Alberta 1920-1950
    Histoire Sociale/Social History (Ottawa) 13, no.25 (May 1980 137-160)

  83. Pan, Lynn
    Sons of the yellow emperor: the story of the overseas Chinese
    London: Mandarin 1991 408p., 16p. of plates

  84. Pang, Duane
    The P'u-Tu ritual: a celebration of the Chinese community of Honolulu
    In: Saso, Michael and David W. Chappell, eds. Buddhist and Taoist studies. Honolulu: Asian Studies Program, University of Hawaii, 1977- . (Asian studies at Hawaii, no.18). 1977 95-122

  85. Pan, Lynn
    When is a Chinese not a Chinese?
    Britain-China (London) no.44 (Fall 1990 3-5)

  86. Parker, David
    Chinese people in Britain: histories, futures and identities
    In: Benton, Gregor; Pieke, Frank N., eds. The Chinese in Europe. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 390p. 1998 67-95

  87. Parker, David
    Emerging British Chinese identities: issues and problems
    In: Sinn, Elizabeth, ed. The last half century of Chinese overseas. Aberdeen, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1998. 508p. 1998 91-114

  88. Parker, David
    Rethinking British Chinese identities
    In: Skelton, Tracey; Valentine, Gill, eds. Cool places: geographies of youth cultures. London; New York: Routledge, 1998. 66-82

  89. Pascoe, Peggy
    Gender systems in conflict: the marriages of mission-educated Chinese American women, 1847-1939
    In: DuBois, Ellen Carol; Ruiz, Vicki L., eds. Unequal sisters: a multicultural reader in U.S. women's history. New York: Routledge, 1990. 473p. 1990 123-141

  90. Peffer, George Anthony
    Forbidden families: emigration experiences of Chinese women under the Page Law, 1875-1882
    In: Pozzetta, George E., ed. Ethnicity and gender: the immigrant woman. New York: Garland, 1991. 326p. (American immigration & ethnicity, v.12.) 1991 204-222

  91. Peking uses overseas Chinese for poltical aims
    Peking Informers (Hong Kong) 36, no.12 (Jun 16, 1978 1-4 )

  92. Peng, T. C.
    An economic foundation for Chinese Americans
    Chinese American Forum (Silver Spring, MD) 4, no.3 (Jan 1989 7-8 )

  93. Penner, Liisa
    The Chinese in Astoria, Oregon, 1870-1880: a look at local newspaper articles, the census, and other related materials
    Astoria, Oreg.: L. Penner 1990 100 leaves

  94. Petersen, William
    Chinese Americans and Japanese Americans
    In: Sowell, Thomas, ed. Essays and data on American ethnic groups. Washington: Urban Institute, 1978. 1978 65-106

  95. Pieke, Frank N.
    Four models of China's overseas Chinese policies
    China Information (Leiden) 2, no.1 (Sum 1987 8-16)

  96. Pieke, Frank N.; Benton, Gregor
    The Chinese in the Netherlands
    In: Benton, Gregor; Pieke, Frank N., eds. The Chinese in Europe. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. 390p. 1998 125-167

  97. Png, Poh-seng
    Sources on the Overseas Chinese
    In: Leslie, Donald D., Colin Mackerras and Wang Gungwu, eds. Essays on the sources for Chinese history. Canberra, Australian National University Press, 1973. 1973 266-277

  98. Pong, David
    A fragmented community: the Chinese in Britain
    Bridge 1, no.2 (Sep/Oct 1971 6-8, 37-41, 44)

  99. Pookong, Kee; Huck, Arthur
    Immigrant second and third-generation Chinese in Australia: a profile drawn from the 1986 census
    Asian Studies Review (Canberra) 14, no.3 (Apr 1991 43-71

  100. Poston, Dudley L., Jr.; Yu, Mei-Yu
    The distribution of the overseas Chinese in the contemporary world
    IMR [International Migration Review] (Staten Island, NY) 24, no.3 (Fall 1990 480-508)

  101. Poston, Dudley L., Jr.; Yu, Mei-Yu
    The distribution of the overseas Chinese
    In: Poston, Dudley L., Jr.; Yaukey, David, eds. The population of modern China. New York: Plenum Press, 1992. 757p. 1992 117-148

  102. Pozzetta, George E.
    The Chinese encounter with Florida, 1865-1920
    In: Chinese America: history and perspective 1989. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1989. 135p. 1989 43-57

  103. Pruden, George B. Jr
    History of the Chinese in Savannah, Georgia
    In: Goldstein, Jonathan, ed. Georgia's East Asian connection 1733-1983. Carrolton, Georgia: West Georgia College, 1983. 110p. 1983 13-25

  104. Pruden, George B., Jr.
    History of the Chinese in Savannah, Georgia
    In: Goldstein, Jonathan, ed. Georgia's East Asian connection: into the twenty-first century. Atlanta: West Georgia College, 1990. 216p. 1990 17-34

  105. Quan, Robert Seto; Roebuck, Julian B.
    Lotus among the magnolias: the Mississippi Chinese
    Jackson, Miss.: University of Mississippi 1982 162p

  106. Rabushka, Alvin
    Affective, cognitive and behavioral consistency of Chinese -- Malay interracial attitudes
    Journal of social psychology (Provincetown, MA) 82, no.1 (Oct 1970 35-42)

  107. Redding, S. G.
    Culture and entrepreneurial behavior among the overseas Chinese
    In: Berger, Brigitte, ed. The culture of entrepreneurship. San Francisco: ICS, 1991. 242p. 1991 137-156

  108. Redding, S. G.; Ng, Michael
    The role of face in the organizatinal perceptions of Chinese managers
    International Studies of Management and Organization (New York) 13, no.3 (Fall) 1983 92-123

  109. Reed, Jim H.
    The Golden Mountain: a story of the Chinese in early western America
    Boise: Columbia Literary Inc. 1990 158p

  110. Reinecke, John E.
    Feigned necessity: Hawaii's attempt to obtain Chinese contract labor, 1921-23
    San Francisco: Chinese Materials Center 1979 697p. (Occasional series, 39).

  111. Richardson, Peter
    Chinese mine labour in the Transvaal
    London: Macmillan Press 1982 287p

  112. Rimsky-Korsakoff Dyer, Svetlana
    Karakunuz: an early settlement of the Chinese Muslims in Russia: with an Engish translation of V. Tsibuzgin and A. Shmakov's work
    Asian Folklore Studies (Nagoya) 51, no.2 1992 243-279

  113. Ritchie, Neville A.
    Form and adaptation: nineteenth century Chinese miners' dwellings in southern New Zealand
    In: Wegars, Priscilla, comp. and ed. Hidden heritage: historical archaeology of the overseas Chinese. Amityville, N.Y.: Baywood, 1993. 430p. (Baywood monographs in archaeology series.) 1993 335-373

  114. Ryan, Mark A.
    Legal and diplomatic aspects of Chinese immigration to the United States, 1868-1894
    In: Chiu, Hungdah, ed. Chinese yearbook of international law and affairs volume 3 (1983). Taipei: Chinese Society of International Law, Chinese Branch of the International Law Association, 1984. xi, 347p. 1984 22-52

  115. Sachdev, Itesh, et al
    Cantonese-Chinese vitality in London, England
    Journal of Asian Pacific Communication (Avon, England) 1 1990 209-227

  116. Salmon, Claudine
    Taoke or Coolies? Chinese visions of the Chinese diaspora
    Archipel (Paris) 26 1983 179-210

  117. Salyer, Lucy E.
    Laws harsh as tigers: enforcement of the Chinese Exclusion Laws, 1891-1924
    In: Chan, Sucheng, ed. Entry denied: exclusion and the Chinese community in America. Philadelphia, Pa.: Temple UP, 1991. 286p. (Asian American history and culture series.) 1991 57-93

  118. Salyer, Lucy Elizabeth
    Captives of law: judicial enforcement of the Chinese exclusion laws, 1891-1905
    Journal of American History (Bloomington, IN) 76, no.1 (Jun 1989 91-117 )

  119. Sandmeyer, Elmer Clarence
    The anti-Chinese movement in California
    Urbana: University of Illinois Press 1991 135p

  120. Sando, Ruth Ann; Felton, David L.
    Inventory records of ceramics and opium from a nineteenth century Chinese store in California
    In: Wegars, Priscilla, comp. and ed. Hidden heritage: historical archaeology of the overseas Chinese. Amityville, N.Y.: Baywood, 1993. 430p. (Baywood monographs in archaeology series.) 1993 151-176

  121. Sato, Gayle K. Fujita
    The island influence on Chinese American writers: Wing Tek Lum, Darrell H.Y. Lum, and Eric Chock
    Amerasia Journal (Los Angeles, CA) 16, no.2 1990 17-33

  122. Satzewich, Vic
    Racisms: the reactions to Chinese migrants in Canada at the turn of the century
    International Sociology (Cardiff, England) 4, no.3 (Sep 1989 311-327)

  123. Saxton, Alexander
    The indispensable enemy: labor and the anti-Chinese movement in California
    Berkeley, Univ. of California Press 1971 10, 293p

  124. Saxton, Alexander Plaisted
    The indispensable enemy; labor and the anti-Chinese movement in California
    Berkeley, Ca., University of California Press 1975 293p.

  125. Scorza, Margaret H.
    Chinese bilingual career awareness program, 1986-1987
    Brooklyn, N.Y.: New York City Public Schools, Office of Educational Assessment 1988 57p (O.E.A. Evaluation Section report.)

  126. Sedgwick, Charles P.
    Persistence, change and innovation: the social organization of the New Zealand Chinese 1866-1976
    Journal of Comparative Family Studies (Calgary, Canada) 16, no.2 (Sum 1985 205-230)

  127. See, Chinben
    Chinese Americans in the San Francisco Bay area: a survey study
    In: Wu, Yuan-li, ed. The economic condition of Chinese Americans. Chicago: Pacific/Asian American Mental Health Research Center, 1980. 1980 123-194

  128. Serrie, Hendrick
    Introduction-Chinese ethnicity and the overseas Chinese
    Journal of Comparative Family Studies (Calgary, Canada) 16, no.2 (Summer 1985 137-142)

  129. Seto, Benjamin Shew Fei
    A living legacy: interviews with the Hawaii Chinese living treasures
    ed. by May Lee Yook Chung Honolulu: Chinese Youths of Hawaii 1982 39p

  130. Shang, Anthony
    The Chinese in Britain
    Britain-China (London) no.44 (Fall 1990 1-2 )

  131. Shang, Rongguang
    Chinese heritage of California seen in Weaverville Joss House
    Beijing Review (Beijing) 31, no.52 (Dec 26-Jan 1 1988-1989 34-36)

  132. Shim, Walton K. T.
    The pastor of Kula [overseas Chinese]
    In: Lum, Arlene, ed. Sailing for the sun: the Chinese in Hawaii 1789-1989. Honolulu: Three Heroes, 1988. 200p. 1988 64-73

  133. Shover, Michele
    Chico women: nemesis of a rural town's anti-Chinese campaigns, 1876-1888
    California History (San Francisco, CA) 67, no.4 (Dec 1988 228-243)

  134. Shu Yuan Chang
    China or Taiwan: the political crisis of the Chinese intellectual
    Amerasia Journal (Los Angeles, CA) 2, no.1 (Fall 1973 47-81)

  135. Shyu, Larry N.
    Recent changes in Canada's immigration policy and its aspect on Chinese immigrants
    In: Lin, Tien-wai, ed. Collected essays on local history of the Asian-Pacific region: contribution of overseas Chinese. Hong Kong: Center of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong, 1991. 556p. (Centre of Asian Studies occasional papers and monographs, no.96.) 1991 505-512

  136. Sidhu, Manjit S.
    The Chinese Diaspora
    Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 13, no.6 (Dec 1985 487-502)

  137. Siegelbaum, Lewis H.
    Another 'Yellow Peril': Chinese migrants in the Russian Far East and the Russian reaction before 1917
    Modern Asian Studies (London) 12, no.2 (Apr 1978 307-330)

  138. Simsova, Sylva; Chin, Wey Tze
    Library needs of Chinese in London
    London: Polytechnic of North London, School of Librarianship and Information Studies 1982 194p

  139. Sinclair, Ward
    Federal funds for Chinese-American projects
    In: Chinese Historical Society of America. National Conference, 1st. The life, influence and the role of the Chinese in the United States, 1776-1960. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Association of America, 1976. 1976 328-334

  140. Sinn, Elizabeth, ed
    The last half century of Chinese overseas
    Aberdeen, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press 1998 508p

  141. Sisson, David A.
    Archaeological evidence of Chinese use along the lower Salmon River, Idaho
    In: Wegars, Priscilla, comp. and ed. Hidden heritage: historical archaeology of the overseas Chinese. Amityville, N.Y.: Baywood, 1993. 430p. (Baywood monographs in archaeology series.) 1993 33-63

  142. Siu, Paul C.P.
    The Chinese laundryman: a study in social isolation; ed. by John Kuo Wei Tchen
    New York: New York University Press 1987 311p

  143. Siu, Paul Chan Pang
    The Chinese laundryman: a study of social isolation
    ed. by John Kuo Wei Tchen New York: New York UP 1987 311p

  144. Siu, Ping-kee
    Relationships between motivational patterns and academic achievement in Chinese and Puerto Rican second- and third-grade students
    New York, Fordham University 1972 126p Thesis (Ph.D.) Abstracted in DAI, 33, no.7 (Ja 1973) 34.07-A. UM no.73-1519.

  145. Slawecki, Leon M. S
    French policy towards the Chinese in Madagascar
    Hamden, Conn., Shoe String Press 1971 265p

  146. Smedley, Linda N.; Groenewald, Dirk C
    The Chinese community in South Africa
    Pretoria: Institute for Sociological, Demographic and Criminological Research 1976 103p (Report, no.S-44).

  147. Soo, Annie
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