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Acculturation Processes of Hmong in Eastern Wisconsin.
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But the flood of unassimilated and indigestible information is a prescription for thought paralysis, for confusion and indifference. The two stories come together as the bear meets the knight in the woods.
Each of these faced the unhappy prospect of raising large sums of money to activate stations that could not be received in most homes. When he formed the National Citizens Committee for Educational Television and directed it to enlist the interest of community groups in the activation of their local educational channels, Fletcher virtually ensured the creation of the community stations.
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Student awareness, usage, and perception of academic support programs were examined among 55 Hmong college students at a large, public western university.
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The shoot was full of unexpected twists and turns some of which he recounts in these interchanges with Hmong media expert Louisa Schein of the Departments of Anthropology and Women's and Gender Studies at Rutgers University.
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He seemed a good bet but we had no idea how to reach him. He had no telephone, so Murphy mailed a postcard inviting him sight unseen.
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