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  • Authors: Ho, Bernice; Weber, Christina; Lee, Sabine; Bartels, Susan (2019)

  • The War in Vietnam (1962 – 1975) left a legacy of mixed-race children fathered by American or other foreign soldiers and born to Vietnamese mothers. These Vietnamese Amerasian children often had difficulties integrating into their post-conflict societies due to stigmatization, and they were typically economically disadvantaged. To address the paucity of knowledge about life courses of Amerasians who remained in Vietnam, we used SenseMaker®, a mixed-methods data collection tool, to interview adult Amerasians living in Vietnam. Qualitative analysis of first-person narratives categorized by participants a being about “emotions” identified five major themes: discrimination, poverty, iden...

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  • 4. Bernice Ho 563-580.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Ho, Bernice; Weber, Christina; Lee, Sabine; Bartels, Susan (2019)

  • The War in Vietnam (1962 – 1975) left a legacy of mixed-race children fathered by American or other foreign soldiers and born to Vietnamese mothers. These Vietnamese Amerasian children often had difficulties integrating into their post-conflict societies due to stigmatization, and they were typically economically disadvantaged. To address the paucity of knowledge about life courses of Amerasians who remained in Vietnam, we used SenseMaker®, a mixed-methods data collection tool, to interview adult Amerasians living in Vietnam. Qualitative analysis of first-person narratives categorized by participants a being about “emotions” identified five major themes: discrimination, poverty, iden...