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The Research Center for Korean Community

Current Research Projects

Book Projects: 

(1)   The Effect of Immigrant Entrepreneurship on Ethnic Attachment and
Solidarity: 
        Korean, Chinese and Indian Immigrants in New York City 
        (Pyong Gap Min in English)

(2)   Changes in Family System and Women’s Role and Status in South Korea 
        (Pyong Gap Min in English)

(3)      New York Korean Immigrants’ Korean Cultural Practices and Their
Effects on New Yorkers 
        (Pyong Gap Min, Young Oak Kim and Sou Hyun Jang in both Korean and English)

(4)     The History of the Post-1950 Korean Community in New York City
        (Pyong Gap Min and Dong Wan Joo in both Korean and English)

 

Research Projects:

(1)    Twice Migrant Ethnic Chinese and Indians in the United States
 
        (Pyong Gap Min)


(2)    The Relationships between Korean Merchants and Latino Employees in New
York City 
        (Pyong Gap Min)

(3)    Broadway Korean Business District in Manhattan
        (Pyong Gap Min)

 
 

 Office Information

 
The Research Center for Korean Community
CEP Hall 2, Room 9
Queens College
65-30 Kissena Blvd
Flushing, New York 11367
(718) 570-0300


Library
CEP Hall 2, Room 21

Queens College
65-30 Kissena Blvd
Flushing, New York 11367
(718) 570-0303


Director
Pyong Gap Min
(718) 997-2810
pyonggap.min@qc.cuny.edu

Associate Director


 

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