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|ABOUT THE INSTITUTE FOR ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES
The Institute for Asian American Studies was established in 1993 with support from Asian American communities and direction from the state legislature. The Institute brings together resources and expertise within both the university and the community to conduct research on Asian Americans; to expand Asian American studies in the curriculum; and to strengthen the community development capacity of Asian Americans.
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RECENT OCCASIONAL PAPERS PUBLISHED BY THE INSTITUTE FOR ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES
Dr. Yuegang Zuo, Hao Chen, and Yiwei Deng. Simultaneous determination of catechins, caffeine and gallic acids in green, Oolong, Black and pu erh teas using HPLC with a photodiode array detector.
Nan Zhang Hampton and Vickie Chang. Quality of Life as Defined by Chinese Americans with Disabilities: Implications for Rehabilitation Services.
Maya Shinohara. Here and Now: Contemporary Asian American Artists in New England.
John Wiecha. Differences in Knowledge of Hepatitis B Among Vietnamese, African American, Hispanic, and White Adolescents in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Paul Watanabe and Carol Hardy Fanta. Conflict and Convergence: Race,
Public Opinion and Political Behavior in Massachusetts.
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