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9780804745505 - Yong Chen: Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community (Asian America) - Livro
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Yong Chen (?):

Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community (Asian America) (2002) (?)

ISBN: 9780804745505 (?) ou 0804745501, em inglês, 432 páginas, Stanford University Press, Brochura, Novo, primeira edição

BRL 70,49 (US$ 22,32)¹ + Frete: BRL 12,58 (US$ 3,99)¹ = BRL 83,07 (US$ 26,31)¹(sem obrigação)
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Founded during the Gold Rush years, the Chinese community of San Francisco became the largest and most vibrant Chinatown in America. For those Chinese traveling between the Old World and the New, San Francisco was a port of entry and departure. Many Chinese settled there, forming one of the oldest continuing ethnic communities in urban America.This is a detailed social and cultural history of the Chinese in San Francisco, relating the development of various social and cultural institutions, ranging from brothels to the powerful "Six Companies." The book recaptures in vivid detail not only the community's collective mentalities but also the lives of ordinary people—laborers, theater-goers, gamblers, and prostitutes. In so doing, the author achieves what has been missing from virtually all the historiographic writing on the Chinese in America—he brings to life individual personalities with their varying human qualities.The book shows the persistence of Chinese social patterns in San Francisco Chinatown, and demonstrates how the community helped shape white America's view of Asians in general and the development of race consciousness and strife. The author challenges several long-accepted views, such as the myth that the Chinese exodus to California in the mid-nineteenth century occurred mainly because of impoverishment in South China and the notion that the overwhelming majority of Chinese women in San Francisco were prostitutes. He also makes insightful comparisons of Chinese Americans with other ethnic groups.The book makes imaginative use of a wide range of materials, private and public, fictional and statistical, in both Chinese and English, produced by both pro- and anti-Chinese sources. Among these are Chinese-language newspapers (including their advertisements), handbills, personal diaries, and other cultural productions. The author offers multidisciplinary analyses of such documents, showing the possibilities of extracting rich historical information from texts created for very different purposes., Paperback, Ausgabe: 1, Label: Stanford University Press, Stanford University Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2002-01-02, Studio: Stanford University Press, Verkaufsrang: 1363551
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Palavras-chave: Books, History, Americas, United States, State & Local, Asia, China, Children's Studies, Communication & Media Studies, Criminology, Customs & Traditions, Demography, Disaster Relief, Emigration & Immigration, Folklore & Mythology, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Holidays, Human Geography, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Methodology, Museum Studies & Museology, Philanthropy & Charity, Popular Culture, ***graphy, Poverty, Reference, Research, Social Work, Specific Demographics, Urban Planning & Development, Violence in Society, Politics & Social Sciences, Specialty Boutique, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, Humanities
Dados de 10/08/2014 11:39h
ISBN (notações alternativas): 0-8047-4550-1, 978-0-8047-4550-5
9780804745505 - Yong Chen: Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community (Asian America) - Livro
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Yong Chen (?):

Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community (Asian America) (2002) (?)

ISBN: 9780804745505 (?) ou 0804745501, em inglês, 432 páginas, Stanford University Press, Brochura, Novo, primeira edição

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Founded during the Gold Rush years, the Chinese community of San Francisco became the largest and most vibrant Chinatown in America. For those Chinese traveling between the Old World and the New, San Francisco was a port of entry and departure. Many Chinese settled there, forming one of the oldest continuing ethnic communities in urban America.This is a detailed social and cultural history of the Chinese in San Francisco, relating the development of various social and cultural institutions, ranging from brothels to the powerful "Six Companies." The book recaptures in vivid detail not only the community's collective mentalities but also the lives of ordinary people—laborers, theater-goers, gamblers, and prostitutes. In so doing, the author achieves what has been missing from virtually all the historiographic writing on the Chinese in America—he brings to life individual personalities with their varying human qualities.The book shows the persistence of Chinese social patterns in San Francisco Chinatown, and demonstrates how the community helped shape white America's view of Asians in general and the development of race consciousness and strife. The author challenges several long-accepted views, such as the myth that the Chinese exodus to California in the mid-nineteenth century occurred mainly because of impoverishment in South China and the notion that the overwhelming majority of Chinese women in San Francisco were prostitutes. He also makes insightful comparisons of Chinese Americans with other ethnic groups.The book makes imaginative use of a wide range of materials, private and public, fictional and statistical, in both Chinese and English, produced by both pro- and anti-Chinese sources. Among these are Chinese-language newspapers (including their advertisements), handbills, personal diaries, and other cultural productions. The author offers multidisciplinary analyses of such documents, showing the possibilities of extracting rich historical information from texts created for very different purposes., Paperback, Ausgabe: 1, Label: Stanford University Press, Stanford University Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2002-01-02, Studio: Stanford University Press, Verkaufsrang: 1624913
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Palavras-chave: Books, History, Americas, United States, State & Local, Asia, China, Children's Studies, Communication & Media Studies, Criminology, Customs & Traditions, Demography, Disaster Relief, Emigration & Immigration, Folklore & Mythology, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Holidays, Human Geography, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Methodology, Museum Studies & Museology, Philanthropy & Charity, Popular Culture, ***graphy, Poverty, Reference, Research, Social Work, Specific Demographics, Urban Planning & Development, Violence in Society, Politics & Social Sciences, Specialty Boutique, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, Humanities
Dados de 11/02/2015 06:37h
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Yong Chen (?):

Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community (Asian America) (2002) (?)

ISBN: 9780804745505 (?) ou 0804745501, em inglês, 432 páginas, Stanford University Press, Brochura, Usado, primeira edição

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Founded during the Gold Rush years, the Chinese community of San Francisco became the largest and most vibrant Chinatown in America. For those Chinese traveling between the Old World and the New, San Francisco was a port of entry and departure. Many Chinese settled there, forming one of the oldest continuing ethnic communities in urban America.This is a detailed social and cultural history of the Chinese in San Francisco, relating the development of various social and cultural institutions, ranging from brothels to the powerful "Six Companies." The book recaptures in vivid detail not only the community's collective mentalities but also the lives of ordinary people—laborers, theater-goers, gamblers, and prostitutes. In so doing, the author achieves what has been missing from virtually all the historiographic writing on the Chinese in America—he brings to life individual personalities with their varying human qualities.The book shows the persistence of Chinese social patterns in San Francisco Chinatown, and demonstrates how the community helped shape white America's view of Asians in general and the development of race consciousness and strife. The author challenges several long-accepted views, such as the myth that the Chinese exodus to California in the mid-nineteenth century occurred mainly because of impoverishment in South China and the notion that the overwhelming majority of Chinese women in San Francisco were prostitutes. He also makes insightful comparisons of Chinese Americans with other ethnic groups.The book makes imaginative use of a wide range of materials, private and public, fictional and statistical, in both Chinese and English, produced by both pro- and anti-Chinese sources. Among these are Chinese-language newspapers (including their advertisements), handbills, personal diaries, and other cultural productions. The author offers multidisciplinary analyses of such documents, showing the possibilities of extracting rich historical information from texts created for very different purposes., Paperback, Ausgabe: 1, Label: Stanford University Press, Stanford University Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2002-01-02, Studio: Stanford University Press, Verkaufsrang: 1624913
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Palavras-chave: Books, History, Americas, United States, State & Local, Asia, China, Children's Studies, Communication & Media Studies, Criminology, Customs & Traditions, Demography, Disaster Relief, Emigration & Immigration, Folklore & Mythology, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Holidays, Human Geography, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Methodology, Museum Studies & Museology, Philanthropy & Charity, Popular Culture, ***graphy, Poverty, Reference, Research, Social Work, Specific Demographics, Urban Planning & Development, Violence in Society, Politics & Social Sciences, Specialty Boutique, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, Humanities
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9780804745505 - Chen Yong: Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community - Livro
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Chen Yong (?):

Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community (?)

ISBN: 9780804745505 (?) ou 0804745501, língua desconhecida, STANFORD UNIV PR, Brochura, Novo

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Founded during the Gold Rush years, the Chinese community of San Francisco became the largest and most vibrant Chinatown in America. This is a detailed social and cultural history of the Chinese in San Francisco.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Taschenbuch
Comentário de vendedor buecher.de GmbH & Co. KG, [1]:
Händlerbewertung: 98.9%
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Yong Chen (?):

Chinese San Francisco, 1850-1943: A Trans-Pacific Community (2000) (?)

ISBN: 9780804745505 (?) ou 0804745501, em inglês, Stanford University Press., Stanford, CA. Brochura, Usado

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Originating during the California Gold Rush years, the CHinese community of San Francisco became the largest and most vibrant Chinatown in America. Lightly illustrated with archival photographs and artwork. Indexed, with rear notes, and 42-page bibliography. 392 pages.
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Händlerbewertung: 5, NOT NEW BOOK, Fine
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Palavras-chave: CALIFORNIA, HISTORY, HISTORICAL, CHINATOWN, CHINA, CULTURE, POPULATION, NORTHERN, BAY AREA, ARCHIVES, ETHNIC, IMMIGRANTS, MIGRATION, IMMIGRATION, GOLD RUSH, WORKERS, LIFESTYLE, OPIUM, SUBCULTURE, BUILDINGS, ARCHITECTURE, COMMERCE, BUSINESS
Dados de 11/02/2015 06:37h
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