AAPI Nexus: Youth 4:2 (2006)

"Youth," 4:2 (2006)

“Youth,” 4:2 (2006)

“Youth,” 4:2 (2006)

Guest Editor: Karen Umemoto

There is no question that adolescent violence and related risk behaviors are a serious problem in the U.S. today. Over the past several decades, there has been a concerted effort to identify factors that pose a risk for or serve as protection against delinquency and violence using large sample and longitudinal studies of youth. Together, the articles in this special issue belie the simplistic “whiz kid” stereotypes. “These articles,” says Umemoto, “contribute to the critical conversation on the risks, challenges, and opportunities facing AAPI youth.”

Authors:
James Diego Vigil, Tomson H. Nguyen, Jesse Cheng, Thao N. Le, Judy L. Wallen, Ahn-Luu T. Huynh-Hohnbaum, David Tokiharu Mayeda, Lisa Pasko, Meda Chesney-Lind, Isami Arifuku, Delores D. Peacock, Caroline Glesmann, Deborah Woo.

Read the Editors’ Note: Asian American and Pacific Islander Youth: Risks, Challenges and Opportunities by Karen Umemoto and Paul Ong (Adobe PDF Document)

Read the Press Release on the issue: Special Focus on Youth Facing Risks

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Browse the Table of Contents (Adobe PDF Document)