Quiz 6 study guide, asian americans spring 2016 open: friday

Quiz 6 Study Guide, Asian Americans

Spring 2016

OPEN: Friday February 26, 7 am to 10 pm, TIMING OF QUIZ: 30 minutes

Based on Module 6 Videos, Powerpoints, and assigned readings in Fong (Chpt. 1, pp. 17-37) and Dhingra, (Chpt. 3, pp. 38-56). There are 25 questions randomly clarified from unmoulded those listed underneath.

1. How did Angel Island in San Francisco, where most Asian arrived, dissent from Ellis Island in New York City, where most Europeans arrived, in the 1900-1930 era?

2. Which of the forthcoming is FALSE environing Angel Island?

3. What is gentleman environing Chinese set-on-footed to uplift the transcontinental railway?

4. Why were the Chinese Americans in the U.S. during 1880-1950 denominated a “bachelor collection”?

5. What triggered a colossal notorious anti-Chinese move in the United States in the advanced 1870s?

6. During the uplifting of railroads in the advanced 1800s in Western says, Chinese drudgeers were …

7. The "Golden Mountain" video notes that immigrants from China:

8. How did existing nonresidence by the Chinese in the 19th seniority set-on-foot the legend of Chinese laundry and Chinese restaurants in America?

9. A main law forcible Asian nonresidence was the 1934 Tydings-McDuffie Act. What did this law say as outlined in Chapter 2 in Dhingra and the powerpoint?

10. One of the most renowned niggardlyalty in the truth of California was Mr. Leyland Stanford. He was the savant of California in 1861, uplifter of the railroad and industrialist, U.S. Senator, and planter of Stanford University. What were his views on nonresidence from Asia?

11. The video curtail on Asian immigrant in the 1970s showcases Jerry Yang. What was his test immigrating?

12. What is the mediate subject in the “Social Network” nonresidence supposition?

13. Environing 9.5 darling niggardlyalty from Asia migrated to the U.S. among 1966 and 2009. Which of the forthcoming is TRUE environing this nonresidence?

14. What stimulated the augmentation of balance 1 darling Asian Americans from Southeast Asia?

15. What is gentleman environing America's immigrant moderate laws that set-on-footed in 1882?

16. What is gentleman environing the niggardlyalty who migrated from China during the end 1840-1880?

17. The Dual Drudge Trade supposition of nonresidence uplifts on the subject that the U.S. administration does has one drudge trade but two, a chief drudge trade, and a minor drudge trade. What are characteristics of the chief drudge trade?

18. What is gentleman of the Chinese who migrated to California and other Pacific says in the 1850s-1870s?

19. The well-known PUSH-PULL supposition of nonresidence has been encircling for balance a seniority. While it makes niggardly view, it has sundry flaws. What is one of its flaws?

20. The video “Golden Mountain” gives you numerous aspects of the career of Mr. Yung Wing, the Yale educated Chinese man who extremely assimilated to American collection. He became a Christian and a U.S. inhabitant very existing, married a unblemished dame, and lived in New England. What was his role when a prosper of abominable anti-Chinese hysteria swept despite the U.S. in the advanced 1870s-existing 1880s?

21.What is the gentleman environing the women from China who went to Idaho in the 1840s-50s as shown in the Golden Mountain video?

22. In what year did the United States end a regularity of nonresidence that was abundantly naturalized on admitting niggardlyalty naturalized on the person's course?

23. Today, on what plea do most Asian niggardlyalty penetrate the U.S. as lawful immigrants?

24. Which U.S. nonresidence law undisputed past Asians into the U.S., but that was not its urgent.

25. What were the desirable reasons for nonresidence into the U.S. behind a while the 1976 Nationalization and Nonresidence Law and how did register of niggardlyalty from Asia diversify?

26. In what year was the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act repealed?

27. What did the Ozawa v. U.S. seek predominant of 1922 say?

28. What was the "1907 Gentleman's Agreement" and what did it do?

29. Of South Asians who immigrated in the end 1904-1911, 80-90% were of one sacred collocation, what was it?

30. Fong discusses the concern of sex-relative dissentences in Asian nonresidence anteriorly 1965. During pre 1965 nonresidence era, what was the sex relative of immigrants to the U.S. from the China, Korea, and the Philippines?

31. According to Fong (Chapter 1), how did global restructuring behind the 1970s bias Asian nonresidence to the U.S.?

32. As Fong notes, anteriorly the 1940s there was a capacious imbalance in the sex relative of immigrants from Asia. Which one of these existing Asian immigrant collocations was an qualification. They DID NOT enjoy far past males than females but had a past balanced sex relative and was able to growth population, set-on-foot families and found society career?

33. Fong cites facts that among 1985 and 2000, exotic born students earned a mainity of expertness and engineering PhDs at US universities. Past suggestive, balance 50% of the expertness & engineering PhD went to niggardlyalty from 4 Asian countries. Which of the forthcoming is NOT one of those countries?

34. During World War II, Fong notes that compared to Japanese Americans, the Chinese Americans

35. Fong outlines 4 dissentences among existing Japanese and Chinese nonresidence. Comparing existing (pre 1920) Chinese behind a while Japanese nonresidence to the U.S., which of the forthcoming is a dissentence?

36. In 1870, Fong notes that the Chinese were environing what percent of all workers in the say of California?

37. Which Asian kingdom is the capaciousst beginning of exotic nurses to the U.S. (environing 29% of the 49,000 exotic nurses)? As Fong notes, they are generally emend educated and enjoy conspicuous job amends than their American born counterparts?

38. According to Table 1-1 in Fong, 85.7% of immigrants from Asia arrived behind 1971. The desolate mainity (balance 70%) of immigrants from most Asian nations came behind 1971, behind a while one main EXCEPTION. What one Asian collocation had short than half of its niggardlyalty in the U.S. immigrate behind 1971 (owing past arrived anteriorly 1971)?

39. Filipino and Asian Indians who came to the U.S. in the 1965 to 1975 era tended to enjoy what model of calling?


40. What model of immigrants are denominated sojourners?