Document Type

Honors Capstone Project

Date of Submission

Spring 5-1-2019

Capstone Advisor

Kamala Ramadoss

Honors Reader

Chandice Haste-Jackson

Capstone Major

Human Development and Family Science

Capstone College

Sport and Human Dynamics

Audio/Visual Component

no

Capstone Prize Winner

no

Won Capstone Funding

no

Honors Categories

Social Sciences

Subject Categories

Arts and Humanities | Asian Studies | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Abstract

The rate of immigrants coming from Asia in to the U. S. is growing at a rapid rate. However, research on Asian-Americans is scarce, particularly South-Asian-Americans. This group of immigrants face the same issues that the majority of immigrants coming to the United States face, but also face some additional unique challenges due to cultural background, religion, family expectations, and heritage. Most of these immigrants belong to transnational families. There are many discrepancies between what is expected of husbands and wives, especially when it comes to raising children and doing household chores in the Indian context. It is important to explore how these strategies remain the same or change with the immigration experience. This will help with further research and in designing public policies and therapeutic interventions for these immigrant families.

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Available for download on Tuesday, June 30, 2020

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