"The Intergenerational Differences in Marital Patterns among Korean Americans" by Pyong Gap Min and Chigon Kim

This English-language paper, titled "The Intergenerational Differences in Marital Patterns among Korean Americans," was written by Pyong Gap Min (Professor of Sociology at Queens College/CUNY Graduate Center and Director of RCKC) and Chigon Kim (Professor of Sociology at Wright State University). Using U.S. Census data, Min and Kim examine differences in marriage patterns among different cohorts and generations of Korean Americans, including pre-1965 immigrants, post-1965 immigrants, 1.5-generation and U.S.-born Korean Americans, and single- and multi-racial Korean Americans. This paper will be featured as a chapter in a forthcoming book to be published by Lexington Books in late 2014-early 2015. The book will be titled Younger-Generation Korean Experiences in the United States and Canada, co-edited by Pyong Gap Min and Samuel Noh (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, University of Toronto).

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