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         Asian-american Media:     more books (100)
  1. Crime and Racial Constructions: Cultural Misinformation about African Americans in Media and Academia by Jeanette Covington, 2010-04-16
  2. Asian America through the Lens: History, Representations, and Identities (Critical Perspectives on Asian Pacific Americans) by Jun Xing, 1998-07-15
  3. Monitored Peril: Asian Americans and the Politics of TV Representation by Darrell Y. Hamamoto, 1994-07-25
  4. Mormon And Asian American Model Minority Discourses In News And Popular Magazines (Mellen Studies in Journalism) by Chiung Chen Hwang, Chiung Hwang Chen, 2004-07
  5. Asian American Assimilation:Ethnicity, Immigration, and Socioeconomic Attainment (The New Americans) by C.N. Le, 2007-07-16
  6. Media, Culture, and the Modern African American Freedom Struggle by BRIAN E. WARD, 2001-08-01
  7. Veils And Daggers (Asian American History & Culture) by Linda Steet, 2000-02-25
  8. Say It Loud!: African American Audiences, Media and Identity
  9. Seattle's International District: The Making of a Pan-Asian American Community by Doug Chin, 2002-03
  10. Asian American Women: Issues, Concerns, and Responsive Human and Civil Rights Advocacy by Lora Jo Foo, 2003-11-13
  11. Bridging Intergenerational Gaps among Korean American Families: Asian Values Gap, Cognitive Flexibility, Coping Strategies, and Child-Parent Conflicts ... American Young Adults and their Parents by Annie Ahn, 2008-10-02
  12. African-American Odyssey Media Research Update, Volume I, The (2nd Edition) by Darlene Clark Hine, William C. Hine, et all 2004-02-27
  13. Brown and Black Communication: Latino and African American Conflict and Convergence in Mass Media (Contributions to the Study of Mass Media and Communications)
  14. Pens and Swords: How the American Mainstream Media Report the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by Marda Dunsky, 2008-02-15

41. Asian American Interactive Media | ASIAMEDIA
Asian American media Magazines Sites websites internet Beauty MakeupPersonalities Success Stories. Reviews of Quality
Thursday, Apr 03, 2003, 12:41:01 PM Asian American Employment Diversity Interactive
Daily job postings from today's most Asian-Friendly Employers.

America's leading Asian women's site, featuring tips on makeup, beauty, hair and fashion. Seen by some as having too much of an upscale focus and not enough on less affluent, teen-aged AA women. Recognized for beautiful, lavish photography and stylish layouts.
Your one-stop source for everything needed to put an Asian American professional career in high gear, including millions of job listings, career advice and grooming and makeup tips.

Links to the very best Asian American articles and discussions.
Asian Air Issues

Intelligent articles on current AA issues of special interest to professional-age Asian Americans, combined with carefully moderated discussions by articulate opinion leaders. Some readers complain that the editors enforce too many restrictions on relevance and decency. Editors have little patience with repetitive or random comments.
Asian American Personalities

In-depth profiles and lavish photos of billionaires and Beauties, Boy Wonders and Wonder Women, Playboys and Powerbrokers, Crusaders and Clowns, Braniacs and Bizarros.

42. FAQ For Posting Job | Asian American Interactive Media | ASIAMEDIA
Asian American Employment Diversity Interactive JOB POSTING FAQ. I have beenpreregistered as an employer on How do I post a job?
Asian American Employment Diversity Interactive
JOB POSTING FAQ I have been pre-registered as an employer on How do I post a job? It's actually quite simple once you've done it once. Just follow these steps:
  • Start at the main Jobs directory at
  • Find the "Login" link at the upper lefthand corner, then click it.
  • When you get the dialogue box, enter the username and password, then click the "Log me in" button at the bottom of the page. That will return you to the main Jobs directory. The only difference will be that you will now see on the upper lefthand corner of the page the words "Logged in as [your username]".
  • Using the hierarchical jobs directory on the right side of the page, click the specialty area into which you want to enter the posting. Once you are in the specialty area, find the red "Post Job" link on the lower right hand corner and click.
  • Start by inputting the Job Title (e.g. Sr Systems Engineer, E-Commerce).
  • Go to the second box and input the Job Location. (e.g. New York, NY).
  • Type or cut and paste the main job information into the large text input box.
  • 43. Asian American Empowerment:
    Or click here for an RSS feed. Asian American Empowerment media Searchon This Topic Go to Home Select a New Topic . Documentary

    44. Asian-America At
    Tia Carrere The absolute fan page of Tia Carrere ViewIt Recommend-It. VisualCommunications Asian American media arts center View-It Recommend-It.
    A Directory of Asian-America Online
    All Categories Business
    Asian Mall
    Asian Resources home suggest a link ... contact A brief history of Asian Anerica The hard question:
    What constitutes Asian American?
    Asian Anerica News
    The Emerging Asian American presence on the WWW... and our Mission What is missing
    The definition of culture is usually encompassed by its arts and artist. Here we present to you the Asians of America who do their part in cultivating that definition through images, words, and presence. Filmmakers, TV and Actors Publications Musicians and Singers Writers ... Resources Featured Sites Yolk Magazine
    A popular publication for the next generasian AA Rising
    Da Asian Pacific American Entertainment Resource Russell Wong
    The number one Asian American Actor is taking Hollywood by storm - Filmmakers, TV and Actors Anna May Wong
    The official site of the first famous Asian American female
    Recommend-It Asian America
    The ONLY American TV program on Asian issues broadcast in English on PBS. View-It Recommend-It Asian American Actors Support site for Asian American Actors View-It Recommend-It Asian American Film Your first stop for the latest Asian American film and filmmakers View-It Recommend-It Bruce Lee Bruce Lee, the legendary Kung Fu master, international movie star

    45. Asian Media Access :: Links
    Asian American media Development (AAMD) Nonprofit organization dedicatedto creating Asian American portrayals in Film and Television.
    Search WWW Search AMA
    Links If you have a link you'd like to submit, please e-mail the webmaster
    Media and Community Groups
    Provides Asian American and non-Asian comunities with fun, provactive, and useful informaiton abou tthe Asian American community. Asian American Artistry
    Starting point to discover accurate and positive images in films, music, resources, articles and history of the various Asian Pacific American communities in the United States. Asian American Media Development (AAMD)
    Nonprofit organization dedicated to creating Asian American portrayals in Film and Television. AS I Am
    AS I Am's primary mission is to further the initiatives developed at the Presidential Summit, focusing particularly on the unmet needs of Asian American youth. Asia Vision
    New site for Asians on education in the U.S. In English and Chinese. Includes U.S. lifestyles, customs, and traditions.[United States] Women-Connect-Asia
    Women-Connect-Asia is an online resource network for women living and working in Asia, as well as those in North America who have interests in the region. The site provides a comprehensive listing of womens organizations and events.[Hong Kong] Listen Up!:

    46. Asian Media Access :: Asian American Production Studio
    Asian American Production Studio. Promoting Asian American Participationin the media. Having outgrown the facilities at local cable
    Asian American Production Studio Promoting Asian American Participation in the Media Having outgrown the facilities at local cable access stations, Asian Media Access is looking forward to expanding its production and training programs by establishing an Asian Production Studio in the Twin Cities. Various sites are already under consideration for this studio which will allow Asian Media Access to develop Asian language news programs, ESL classes, documentaries, talk shows and other educational programs specifically designed to meet the media needs of Asian Americans. Equipped with full production control and studio equipment, a portable digital camera package, and an editing system, the Studio will serve as a media training center for Asian American youths and will provide important production opportunities to Asian American film and video professionals. With high quality, non-commercial programming, the Studio will foster the growth and development of Asian American expression in the media and will contribute to an open, diverse environment in the Twin Cities. Related Links:

    Contact AMA

    Thursday, 13-Mar-2003 13:41:56 CST

    47. CHILDREN NOW Related Article: Asian American Coalition Blasts New Network Shows
    through on their recent agreements with the multiethnic media coalition, which Mfumeand leaders of Latino and Pacific Asian American groups blasted the four
    News Archives
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    Meet the Board
    Los Angeles Times

    May 8, 2000 This article is for informational purposes only and any opinions expressed therein do not necessarily represent the views of the Children Now.
    BY GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER Television networks are still a week away from announcing their new fall shows, but the first volley blasting them for an apparent lack of diversity in the new series has already been fired. The Asian Pacific American Media Coalition, part of a group of ethnic civil rights organizations, including the NAACP, which came together last year to press for more diversity in the television industry, has formally complained to CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox about not including Asian Pacific Americans in the casts of pilots for those networks' new comedies and dramas. The group based its conclusion in part on an analysis of the networks' early development kits that were issued in late March. Those kits contained short descriptions of shows being developed and some of the performers cast in the shows. The kits were issued before casting on the shows was completed.

    48. The Workshop Home Page
    A group of New York based Asian American filmmakers dedicated to improving their craft and sharing Category Arts Movies Organizations Filmmaking...... Check out a sample of what we intend to unleash to the public. Quicktime5 or above. Windows media Player. Directors Writers Actors.
    what Mission Members News resources Asian


    ... Links your
    chance Message Board contact AAFC-TheWorkSHOP
    a.k.a. James Wong Howe's Secret Army
    BIG NEWS: Production on our first collaborative project in over two years is complete. Check out a sample of what we intend to unleash to the public. Quicktime 5 or above Windows Media Player Directors
    Actors Sharing information
    Doing work Honing skills website maintained by John Kim Members Only Section Back to the top

    49. Japanese American National Museum: Museum Store: Media Catalog: ASIAN AMERICAN L
    portrayals and mass media images. – from the introduction. Paper. 287 p. B/wphotos. 152255 $24.95. Yellow Light The Flowering of Asian American Arts.
    Asian-American Writers
    edited by Harold Bloom A collection of modern criticism on the works of Asian American writers, this book contains critical perspectives of works such as No-No Boy and Obasan. Cloth. 241 p.
    Bulletproof Buddhists and Other Essays
    by Frank Chin Thought-provoking, furious, hilarious, tough, outrageous, erudite, and compassionate all at once, Frank Chin is perhaps the most instantly recognizable voice in Chinese American writing today. Here are six of his best essays, spanning the past forty years. Paper. 431 p.
    edited by David L. Eng and Alice Y. Hom "This is a spectacular set of essays that compel an important and creative shifting of perspective within every page. What is ‘queer’ and what is ‘Asian American’ turn out to be vitally defined by one another. Timely, brave, necessary, and incisive, this book should change every field that it touches." — Judith Butler, University of California, Berkeley Paper. 421 p.
    Reading the Literatures of Asian America
    edited by Shirley Geok-lin Lim and Amy Ling In this first such collection of criticism on Asian American literature, the editors have attempted to illustrate the evolution and diversity of Asian American texts and provide insight into the development of this literary tradition. Grouped into four sections, the essays grapple with questions of identity, issues of race and gender and of borders and boundaries (both national and cultural), and interpretations of textual representations.

    50. The Media Arts Center Staff
    Robert Nakamura, Artistic Director. Robert A. Nakamura is one of the pioneers ofAsian American media as well as an influential teacher and mentor since 1970.
    Home Productions Profile Staff Contact John Esaki, Director E-mail:
    Karen L. Ishizuka, Senior Producer Karen Ishizuka is an award-winning producer and writer who, with Artistic Director Robert A. Nakamura was named among the Top 100 Producers of 1999 by the AV Video Multimedia Producer magazine. Separately and together they have produced over 20 productions that have garnered as many awards, among them such award-winning films as LOOKING LIKE THE ENEMY (1995), SOMETHING STRONG WITHIN (1994), MOVING MEMORIES (1993), CONVERSATIONS: BEFORE THE WAR/AFTER THE WAR (1985), and FOOLS' DANCE (1983). In 1998 they were honored at the Smithsonian Institute by a 25-year retrospection of their work. Formerly the Museum's Senior Curator, she curated the critically-acclaimed exhibit, "America's Concentration Camps: Remembering the Japanese American Experience" which opened at the Japanese American National Museum which has traveled to the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta and will open at the California Historical Society in March 2000. E-mail:

    51. Asian American Studies Program
    Areas examined in Asian American Studies include immigration and social history,race encompass such disciplines as education, film and media studies, history

    52. AsianWeek: Business: Asian American Print Media—Proliferation And Problems
    Asian Americans consume more magazines they see the wider selection of what isout there and they are therefore very picky with Asian American media.”.
    Thursday, May 4, 2000 * Volume 21, No. 36
    Click for our latest cover
    Buy our
    Year of the Dragon
    poster! ALSO IN BUSINESS:
    Trend Track

    By Debbi Gardiner
    Monolid Monolid is available by subscription nationwide and is also sold in bookstores in Washington D.C., New York and Northern California. After a year of productions, Monolid And Monolid is only one of the plentiful crop of Asian American magazines sprouting up in bookstores across the U.S. Times Have Changed Rafu Shimpo Rice also offered a fresh view of the Asian American experience, but according to Imada, it eventually folded because it failed to attract mainstream advertisers. API Print Leaders A. Magazine Yolk Pacific Citizen Filipinas Transpacific Giant Robot Asian Sun News Asian Enterprise and AsianWeek. Giant Robot is a Los Angeles-based magazine that takes a pop culture approach to the Asian American community. Founded in 1994 at 240 copies, Robot AsianWeek has seen its circulation climb from 30,000 in 1997 to over 50,000 in 2000. Its offices now include Los Angeles as well as the San Francisco Bay Area. And A. Magazine

    53. Asian American Film
    Asian American media Reference Guide. 2nd Ed. Moving the Image Independent AsianPacific American media Arts . Los Angeles UCLA Asian American Studies Center.
    EALL 346: Asian American Film
    Spring, 2001 Course goals Texts Requirements and Grading Schedule ... Filmography Room: Central Classroom 340
    Time: M/W 2:30-4:30
    Instructor Kirk A. Denton / 392 Cunz Hall / 292-5548 (Office)
    course webpage:
    Office hours: TBA
    The course will be conducted primarily in lecture/discussion format. "Primary" films will be viewed in class, but students will also be expected to view "secondary" films outside of class. Films will be put on reserve at the Cunz Hall Language Lab. A course listserv will keep students posted on film viewings and allow them to express themselves in written form. Texts (available at SBX):
    Takaki, Ron. 1998. Strangers from a Different Shore: A History of Asian Americans . Boston: Back Bay Books. Xing, Jun. 1998. Asian American Through the Lens History, Representation and Identity . Alta Mira Press. Recommended Readings
    Ang, Ien. 1993. "To Be or Not to Be Chinese: Diaspora, Culture and Postmodern Ethnicity." Southeast Asian Journal of Social Sciences 21, no. 1.

    54. Asian American Community
    A. Magazine; Asian Am Policy Review; Asian American Observer; Asian Week; FilipinoExpress Online; India Abroad; media Action Network for Asian Americans; National
    Asian American Community Links

    Links to other Asian Pacific American organizations may also be be listed in the Culture or Concerns categories of the Asian American Cybernauts Page . Also feel free to submit a new link , if your organization is not listed here.
    Arts Organizations
    Civil Rights Advocacy Organizations
    Cultural and Community Organizations
    Educational Organizations
    Media Organizations

    55. Intercollegiate Department Of Asian American Studies
    Asian American media Mall The charter of this Mall is to bring mediatargeted to Asian Americans to Asian Americans on the web.
    Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies MISSION PROGRAM COURSES FACULTY ... CONTACT RESEARCH LINKS
  • Resource Guides Census Academic Programs and Center Journals and Newspapers ... Culture and Experience
  • 1. Resource Guides

    56. Naata
    The NAATA media Fund had distributed over $2 million to Asian American producerssince 1991. NAATA holds an open call for submissions each year.
    National Asian American Telecommunications Association (NAATA)
    Address: 346 Ninth Street, 2nd Floor San Francisco, CA 94103 Phone: Fax: E-mail: Web site:
    Introduces NAATA and four program areas; vision, brief history and faqs; posts submission guidelines and forms (Media Fund, Public TV programming, Festival, Distribution); Distribution catalog and order form; calendars for programs and announcements, links to sites promoting individual programs (contest and interaction) Contact Person: Eddie Wong, Executive Director
    Founded in 1980 with seed funds from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, NAATA's mission is to advance the ideals of cultural pluralism in the US and to promote better understanding of Asian Pacific American experiences through film, video, radio and new technologies to the broadest audience possible.
    1. To nurture and support Asian Pacific American artists working in film, video, radio, and new technologies.
    2. To provide the many Asian Pacific American communities locally and nationally, access to works by Asian Pacific American media artists.

    57. Links-Text1
    Third World Newsreel. media Film. Asian American Films. Asian American mediaNetwork. Asian Cinevision. Asian Man Records. Asian media Access. Film/Video Arts.
    Asian Studies Academic Harvard University's Asian American Policy Review University of Wisconsin Center for SE Asian Studies Columbia University's East Asian Institute Columbia University's South Asia Institute ... University of Michigan Asia Lib Internet Communities Asian Avenue Click 2 Asia Generation Rice Indolink ... Yell-oh Girls (Asian American Women) Links Sites Asian American Research Links Asian Americans Santa Clara Valley Artseek Garamchai ... South Asian search engine Literature Asian American Children's Books Asian American Writers' Workshop Hard Boiled Sasialit ... Sea. Contemporary Asia American Literature Politics CNN Asianweek National Campaign for Freedom of Expression SUNFIRE Third World Newsreel ... Wing Luke Asian Museum Advocacy Groups Alliance of Artist Communities Americans for the Arts Asian Pacific American Women's Leadership Institute Asian Pacific Fund ... Urban Family Health Center Professional Groups Asian American Journalist Association Gallery Association of New York Graphic Artists Guild Media Alliance ... Writers Guild of America East Performing Arts AA Rising Arth Asian Improv Center for Performing Arts of India ... The Field Publications A Magazine AKDA, Phillippine Literature

    58. KSU Libraries -- Multicultural Media Materials: Asian American
    Asian American media Materials. This select bibliography of titles isa sample of the media materials in KSU Libraries' media Collection.

    Site Index
      Asian American Media Materials
      This select bibliography of titles is a sample of the media materials in KSU Libraries' Media Collection. Unless otherwise noted, all titles are located in Hale Library's Media Collection on 2nd floor. Refer to KSU Libraries' online catalog for a title's complete bibliographic information and status.
    Becoming American
    New Day Films,1983. 30 min.
    MEDIA F899.S49 H552

    Documents the adaptation of Hmong refugee family from northern Laos to life in America, where everything is culturally alien and everyone is a stranger. Incorporates archival footage of the family's heritage into poignant views of the daily encounters that the members have with foreign obstacles. Between Two Worlds: The Hmong Shaman in America
    Dir. Taggart Siegel. Film Ideas, 1986. 28 min.
    MEDIA BL2370.S5 B4

    Describes the art of Shamanism and the role of the Shaman in Hmong society. Examines the conflict between the ancient religion and traditions of the Hmong and their new way of life in the United States. Blue Collar and Buddha
    Filmakers Library, 1990. 57 min.

    59. Asian American Book, Film, And Media Reviews
    AAAMPLITUDE. It's put out by Asian American Arts media, Inc., a nonprofitorganization that existed from the early 80's to mid-90's. .
    Asian American Book, Film, and Media Reviews
    How to submit information to this directory
    Asian / Asian American Music Reviews
    Asian American Film
    "The latest scoop on Asian American film and filmmakers. News, screenings, reviews, articles, message boards, and the Asian American Film Database."

    General Diversity Resources Diversity Reference Resources Issue Specific Resources About Diversity Database Diversity News Bureau Diversity Spotlight Questions, comments, and/or suggestions should be directed to Last modified Monday, April 10, 2000

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    The Asia Pacific media Network is presenting a new online magazine, ASIA PACIFIC Herecently signed with Ruff Ryders, becoming the first Asian American on a
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    Toward a keener sense of community in the Pacific region. Founding Members Media News and Views from the Asia Pacific WORLD: Missing journalists taken to border
    from: The Age AN APPEAL FROM APMN With the world economy sagging and war breaking out, corporate sponsorship of nonprofit efforts like the Asia Pacific Media Network has all but evaporated. So, if you find our daily web-page useful, or other aspects of our work commendable, and are able to support us, we would greatly appreciate your help. An annual individual membership , which brings invitations to important events and frequent newsletter updates, is only $100, and is fully tax deductible. If you can help us, please make your check out to "UC REGENTS," and mail it to APMN at:
    334 Kinsey Hall, 405 Hilgard Ave., LA, CA 90095-1538. Thank you ASIA COMMENT 2003

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