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“The students may be coming from these backgrounds, but they are also looking ahead to how the will create their own households that will likely involve racial and ethnic mixing.
They are looking for examples of how to work through this, and in that sense, this book is for them,” he added.
“For example, many Chinese still consider ‘dating’ a much greater commitment than their US counterpart. They were married 99 days after their first date, and just had their first baby.
Going out with more than one person is not socially acceptable for many.”Does it work?
The small sample size included 14 males and 25 females, all ages 18 to 26.
Twenty-two of these young adults claimed Chinese ancestry on their Asian parent’s side, with other ethnicities being Japanese, Filipino, Malaysian, Taiwanese, Korean and Indian.
Jewish ancestry was overwhelmingly Eastern European, with 26 of the interviewees coming from Reform families, 2 from Conservative ones, and 11 from Jewish families with no religious identification.
Subjectivity informs our questions, and this is not seen as a negative at all,” Kim told The Times of Israel about the couple’s decision to embark on a seven-year-long study that would fill the evident void and culminate in their recently published, “Jew Asian: Race, Religion, and Identity for America’s Newest Jews.” A work with a strong academic underpinning, “Jew Asian” is at the same time accessible to all readers interested in how Jewish-Asian couples and their families fit into broader contexts of multiracial identity and religiosity in the United States, as well as of intermarriage historically.
The most engaging sections of the book deal with the everyday lives of Jewish American and Asian American couples and the decisions they make in terms of racial, ethnic, cultural and religious identities as they raise their children, and with how the grown children of such families perceive their own Jewish identities.