Publications Featuring ChorSwang Ngin

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Ngin, C. “Yesterday’s Enemy is the Friend of Today: Villain in One Location is the Victim at Another “Amerasia 27:3/28:1 (2001/2002)

Ngin, C. and R. Torres (2001) “Racialized Metropolis: Theorizing Asian Americans and
Latinos in Southern California,” in Marta Lopez-Garza and David R. Diaz (ed.) Asian and Latino Immigrants in a Restructured Economy: The Metamorphosis of Los Angeles, Stanford University Press.

Ngin, C. (2000) The Acculturation of Southeast Asian Refugees in Orange County,” in
Fong and Shinagawa, (ed.), Asian Pacific Americans: Experiences and Perspective, Prentice-Hall.

Ngin, C. and JulieDaVanzo (1999) “Parent-Child Co-residence in Malaysia: Complementarity of Quantitative and Qualitative Date” Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science Vol. 27 No 2, pp. 43-64.

Ngin, C. (1998) “Racialized Metropolis: Community of Fate Between History and Future” in City: An International Journal of Urban Planning and Policy (A Special Edition on Los Angeles), Vol. 15, No. 3, pp.165-171.
Ngin, C. (1996) “Racism and Racialized Discourse on the Asian Youth in Orange County.” California Journal of Politics and Policy.

Ngin, C. (1995) “Racialized Struggles in Suburbia: Contested Ideologies on Belonging” in California Journal of Politics and Policy, pp. 75-84.

Torres, R. and C. Ngin (1995) “Racialized Boundaries, Class Relations, and Cultural Politics: The Asian American and Latino Experience,” in A. Darder (ed.), Culture and Difference: Critical Perspectives on the Bicultural Experience in the United States. Westport, Conn.: Bergin and Garvey, 1995, pp. 55-69.

Ngin, C. (1995) “Indigenous Fertility-Regulating Methods Among Two Chinese Communities in Malaysia, Lucile F. Newman, ed., Women’s Medicine: A Cross-Cultural Study of Indigenous Fertility Regulation, New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, Chapter 1 (revised and reissued from 1985 edition).

Ngin, C. (1994) “Southeast Asian Refugees in the United States: Problems of Adjustment,” in Mohtar Hari, ed., Development, Displacement and Resettlement: Focus on Asian Experiences. Jangpura, New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Chapter 12, pp.224-243.

Ngin, C. (1994) “Vietnamese Culture and Identities: Assimilation and Reinvention,” in A New Generation: Vietnamese American Contemporary Art, Fullerton, CA: Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton. pp.4-6.

Ngin, C. (1993) “A New Look at the Old “Race” Language: “Race” and Exclusion in Social Policy.” Explorations in Ethnic Studies. Vol. 16, No.1 (January, 1993):5-18.