On My Own: Korean Businesses and Race Relations in America

By: Yoon, In-Jin

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In On My Own, In-Jin Yoon combines an intimate fieldwork account of Korean-black relations in Chicago and Los Angeles with extensive quantitative analysis at the national level. Yoon argues that a complete understanding of the contemporary Korean-American community requires systematic analyses of patterns of Korean immigration, entrepreneurship, and race relations with other minority groups. He explains how small business has become the major economic activity of Korean immigrants and how Korean businesses in minority neighborhoods have intensified racial tensions between Koreans and minorities like blacks and Latinos. Size: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches. 276 pages. Text contains occasional highlight pen markings. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Some reading-wear and bumping to corners. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 2 pounds. Category: Politics, Economics & Journalism ; ISBN: 0226959287. Inventory No: 028236. Paperback

Title: On My Own: Korean Businesses and Race Relations in America

Author Name: Yoon, In-Jin

Categories: Politics, Economics & Journalism,

Publisher: Chicago, University of Chicago Press: 1997

ISBN Number: 0226959287

ISBN Number 13: 9780226959283

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good Condition

Size: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches

lbs: 1.88 lbs

Seller ID: 028236

Keywords: BZDB373 Minority business enterprises United States, Korean American businesspeople, African Americans Relations with Korean Americans, Small business United States, Entrepreneurship United States, Korea (South) Emigration and immigration Politics, Economics & Journalism ; On My Own Korean Businesses and Race Relations in America InJin Yoon Paperback