Pyong Gap Min

Queens College and Graduate Center, CUNY

Research Initiative:

Pyong Gap Min, Professor of Sociology at Queens College and Graduate Center, CUNY, will write a book examining how the involvement of immigrants in ethnic businesses affects ethnic attachment, solidarity, and conflict. Focusing on Chinese, Indian, and Korean immigrants in New York City, he will use survey data, interviews with community leaders, and a review of ethnic newspapers to see how different levels of involvement with businesses in an ethnic enclave shape the cultural, social, and psychological integration of the group.


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