Introduce your topic and explain why it’s important (to you, society, community, etc.) and how it leads you to your thesis.

Research paper about any aspect that listed of the Vietnamese community in San Jose/ the Bay Area such as education, inter-ethnic and inter-racial relationships, community, politics, religion, media, business, etc.

Write a research paper with:1. a clear research question/purpose/thesis. Underline and bold it.2. at least 3 academic references

3. at least 10 concepts/ideas included list of Concepts and Ideas

Cultural hegemony
Ethnic studies
Civil rights movements
Dong Son culture (Bronze culture)
Vietnam War / “The American War in Vietnam”
The Fall of Saigon
1954 Geneva Accord
Migration
Diaspora
Displacement
Immigrant
Refugees
Sojourners
Boat people
H.O. (Humanitarian order) people
1965 Immigration Act
1980 Refugee Act
Race
Ethnicity
Racism
Stereotype
Discrimination
Prejudice
Integer-group relations
Assimilation
Integration
Exclusion
Marginalization
Segregation
Gender
Sex
Sexuality
Transgender
Homosexual
Heterosexual
Family
Multigenerational family
Cultural broker
Intergenerational gap
Intergernational ties
Religion
Our Lady of Lavang
Transnationalism Recommended Paper Structure:
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Abstract (optional)

Introduction:

Introduce your topic and explain why it’s important (to you, society, community, etc.) and how it leads you to your thesis.
Include your thesis, which is related to the topic. Underline and bold it.
Concisely explain what the paper is about

Argument 1 supporting your thesis

At least 2-3 pieces of evidence supporting argument 1
Make sure to integrate and include concepts/ideas learned from our class (underline and number these concepts in your paper as #1, #2, #3, etc. into your paper).
For example: “At the city level, Vietnamese #1. refugees in San Jose make-up the largest Vietnamese community outside of Vietnam.”
Zero points for simply listing out the concepts but not using them in sentences in your paper.
Integrate and reference one of your references.
Make sure to include the text citations following the ASA (American Sociological Association) style guide 5th edition.
Argument 1 can be written in 1 or more than 1 paragraph, depending on the complexity of the argument.

For example, if I have 4 pieces of evidence to support Argument 1, I may separate them into more than 1

paragraph.
Argument 2 supports your thesis
Similar to Argument 1
Argument 3 supports your thesis
Similar to Argument 1
….and so on…You can have as many arguments as you want. The evidence supports the arguments, and the arguments in turn support the thesis.
Conclusion
Summarizes what you just wrote
Thoughts for future work (optional)
Personal reflection (optional)
References

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