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ASIAN AMERICANS AND IDENTITY, CONT. A. 1st vs. 1 ½ vs. 2nd vs. 3rd Generations B. What does it mean to be a “FOB?”

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Surname 1Students NameInstructors NameDisciplineDate of submissionASIAN AMERICANS AND IDENTITYIntroductionEthnic identity and cultural affiliation have been one of the greatest aspects of human lifethat various scholars and researchers have been trying to establish their relationship. In context,the dual are placed into two categories which are a theoretical framework which can either beprimordial or situational. These two conceptual frameworks are imperative in establishing aplatform for the framing of the analysis concerning the ethnic identity issue. This paper seeks toput into perspective the issue of ethnic identity among the Asian Americans and the implicationso the same on the cultural, racial and religious ideologies of the people.Aspect of discussionThe primordial approach mainly argues that ethnic identity is often a general sense offeeling that people deeply have. This can be developed through birth a natural instinct. TheSurname 2situational approach, on the other hand, is a sense of self-identity based on the socially definedphenomena. In perspective. The Asian ethnic groups before the revolution of the civil rightsmovement did not, in any

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