5 edition of Gendered Processes: Korean Immigrant Small Business Ownership (The New Americans: Recent Immigrants and American Society) found in the catalog.
November 20, 2005 by LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC .
Written in English
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Lee examines gendered processes of becoming small business owners among Korean immigrants in the New York City metropolitan area. Immigration necessitated Korean wives to work outside the home, but this economic transition did not change gender by: 4.
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Gendered processes; Korean immigrant small business ownership. Lee, Eunju. LFB Scholarly Publishing, LLC pages. Statement of Mark Krikorian Executive Director, Center for Immigration Studies Before the Small Business Committee U.S.
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The toll has already been severe. In New York alone, stay-at-home orders have forced the permanent closure of more thansmall businesses. Moreover, minority-owned businesses are the most at-risk.
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