Not just victims contains twelve oral histories based on conversations with cambodian community leaders in eight american cities long beach philadelphia washington dc seattle portland tacoma and the massachusetts towns of fall river and lowell unlike the dozens of autobiographies published by cambodians that focus largely on their victimization these narratives describe how . Sucheng chan is professor emerita and former chair of the department of asian american studies at the university of california at santa barbara she is the author or editor of many books including asian americans an interpretive history claiming america constructing chinese american identities during the exclusion era and not just victims conversations with cambodian community leaders in . The asian american experience history immigration asian american studies see all subjects exam and desk copies rights and permissions rights and permissions new media review copies alternate format request print a flyer. Survivors cambodian refugees in the united states by sucheng chan university of illinois press 2004 cloth 978 0 252 02920 2 paper 978 0 252 07179 9 eisbn 978 0 252 05099 2 library of congress classification e184k45c48 2004 dewey decimal classification 30589593073 about this book author biography toc about this book in this clear comprehensive and unflinching study . Even women community leaders felt there were times when the women were to blame sometimes it is because of the way women dress too sexy or revealing said one some women did not know their roles for example cooking or taking care of children said another sometimes mothers did not take care of their daughters well and
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