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									Hmong Studies
Dissertation and Thesis Holdings
at Hmong Resource Center Library,
Hmong Cultural Center, Updated April 2006


The Dream of the Hmong Kingdom: Resistance, Collaboration, and Legitimacy Under French
Colonialism
Mai Na Lee
PhD of History
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2005

Hmong Mental Health Providers: A Hermeneutic Approach to Understanding the Experience
Linda C. Gensheimer
PhD
University of Minnesota
September 2005

Hmong Mortuary Practices: Self, Place and Meaning in Urban America
Vincent K. Her
PhD of Anthropology
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
August 2005

Yellow Rain Revisited: Lessons Learned for the Investigation of Chemical and Biological
Weapons Allegations
Rebecca Lynn Katz
PhD
Princeton University
May 2005

Differing Moments: How Three Generations Of Hmong People Have Incorporated Education
Into Their Perception Of Success
Joanne S. Landt
PhD of Curriculum and Instruction
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2004

The Usefulness of the Self-Directed Search in Determining Career Development for Hmong
College Students
Kongming Mouanoutoua
PhD
Alliant International University
2004
A Bio-solar House for Northern Thailand
Ittipon Tungarayasub
Masters of Science Department of Energy Engineering (Solar)
University of Massachusetts Lowell
2004

The Fetal Origins Hypothesis and the Hmong Diaspora: Effects of Welfare, Early Malnutrition,
and Later Modernization on Adult Health
Patrick Francis Clarkin
PhD in Philosophy in Anthropology
Binghamton University State University of New York
2004

Education of Hmong in Minnesota, 1975-2004: the Integration of Hmong Immigrants into
American Society
Meliha Ceric
Masters of Arts in History
Mankato State University
July 2004

Contexts that Shape Immigrant Socioeconomic Mobility: A Qualitative Study of the Hmong in
Minneapolis-St. Paul
Jane Meister
Masters of Arts in the Department of International Studies
DePaul University
June 2004

Immigrant School Girl: Making the American Dream the Hmong Way
Lisa Anne Griffin
PhD
Stanford University
June 2004

Hmong Juvenile Delinquency: A Qualitative Investigation of Parents’ and Adolescents’
Perception of Parental Involvement and Risk Factors
Piaj Yang
Masters of Science in Sociology
Mankato State University
May 2004

Motivations, Language Learning Beliefs, and Experiences of Hmong and Spanish-Speaking
Students in the Foreign Language Classroom
Amy Jane Erkonen Landelle
PhD
University of Minnesota
May 2004
Perceptions and Knowledge that 7th and 8th Grade Hmong Students Have of School Guidance
Departments
Ryan Sherman
Masters of Science with a Major in School Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 2004

Immigrant Culture and Housing Provision, Examining the Nexus: A Case Study of the Acts
Landmark Housing Program and its Hmong Participants
Lynne M. Dearborn
PhD of Architecture
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
May 2004

Satisfaction Levels Among Hmong Clients Using the Services of Shamans in Fresno County
California
Neng Moua
Masters of Public Health
California State University
May 2004

A Hmong and His Story
Chou Soobtsheej Chang
PhD of Education
University of St. Thomas
May 2004

Voices of Transition: the Education al Experiences of Hmong High School Students
Janet Marie Schulze
PhD of Education
Harvard University
2003

Relative Abilities: Hmong-American Kinship in Wisconsin
Julie Anne Keown-Bomar
PhD
University of Minnesota
2003

A Path Towards Homeownership: Educating the Minority
Toulu Pa-Ge Thao
PhD of Educational Leadership
University f Wisconsin-Madison
2003
The Resilience of Seven Hmong Refugee Women as Told in Story and Paj Ntaub Story Cloth
Susan Hales
PhD
School of Professional Studies of Gonzaga University
November 2003

Asian American Students’ Experiences of Secondary United States History Course Work
Steven R. Powers
Masters of Education
Hamline University
October 2003

Factors Leading Hmong Youth to Join Gang
Kevin C. Lor
Masters of Education with a Major in Guidance and Counseling-/Mental Health & K-12
University of Wisconsin-Stout
September 2003

Hmong Language and Cultural Maintenance in Merced City, California
Andrea C. Withers
Masters of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
San Jose State University
August 2003

The Hmong Culture: Kinship, Marriage, & Family Systems
Teng Moua
Masters of Science with a Major in Marriage and Family Therapy
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 2003

Gifted Hmong Girls and Higher Education: Can the Maintain Traditional Hmong Values as they
Prepare for Non-Traditional Careers?
Deirdre Abbey Hagstrom
Specialist Degree in Talent Development and Gifted Education
Mankato State University
May 2003

Gifted Hmong Girls in Education: Can They Maintain Traditional Hmong Values as they
Prepare for Non-Traditional Careers?
Deirdre Abbey Hagstrom
Specialist Degree in Talent Development and Gifted Education
Mankato State University
May 2003

A Qualitative Examining the Effects of Polygyny on Hmong Individuals Who Had Been Raised in
Polygynous Households
Manee Yang
Masters of Science with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 2003

The Use of Literacy Events in the Workplace by Refugees of Hmong Heritage Coming from an
Oral Tradition
Bella Hanson
PhD
Capella University
March 2003

Participation and Empowerment: An Ethnography of Miao Women in Rural China
Chau Ying Wong
Masters of Philosophy in Division of Social Science
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
January 2003

A Descriptive Study of Hmong Youth Gang Members in the California Central Valley
Mai Xiong
PhD of Education and Counseling Psychology
University of Pacific
2002

Promoting Refugee Well-being: A Community-based Advocacy and Learning Intervention
Jessica Rose Goodkind
PhD of Psychology
Michigan State University
2002

Hmong Women in a Nontraditional College: The Replacement of Fragmented Backgrounds with
American Individualism
Collette A. McGeary
PhD of Education
University of Saint Thomas
2002

Combating Racism, Bigotry, and Prejudice: Preliminary Research for Development of an Oral
History CD on the Cultural Heritage of Hmong Americans
Kennedee Her
Masters of Science with a Major of Applied Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Stout
December 2002

Access to Healthcare Services in Fresno County, California, by the Hmong
Justin Txoojntxawg Lee
Masters of Public Health
College of Health and Human Services California State University, Fresno
December 2002

Does Awareness of Spiritual Belief Enable a Juvenile in Counseling to Make Changes in
Behavior?
Manuelita B. Buenaflor
PhD of Interdisciplinary Studies Arts and Sciences with a Specialization in Child and Family
Counseling
The Union Institute and University
October 2002

Hmong Students at UW-Stout: Factors Influencing Attendance and Retention in Post Secondary
Institution
Melissa Crevier
Masters of Science Degree with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
August 2002

Cultural Capital: Old Hmong Culture in Modern Times
Cziasarh Neng
PhD of Education
University of Saint Thomas
July 2002 (2 copies)

Understanding Hmong Gang Rape and Forced Prostitution: A Victim’s Perspective
Cheryl Lynn Scott
PhD of Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology Alliant International University
June 2002

Across the Ocean: The Impact of immigration on Hmong Women
Kaying Lo
Masters of Science with a Major in Marriage and Family Therapy
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 2002

Hmong Family Processes and Their Impact on Hmong Adolescents Delinquent Behaviors: A
Correlation Study
Shanie Xiong
Masters of Science Degree with a Major in Guidance and Counseling, K-12
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 2002

Hmong Parents’ Perception of the Hmong Parenting Practices
Masters of Social Work
Kee Yang
California State University
January 2002

Immigrant Farmer’s Gold Mine: The Strawberry
Toshiro Shawn Tanaka
Masters of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
California State University
2001


Ethnicity, Reciprocity, Reputation, and Punishment: An Ethnoexperimental Study of Cooperation
Among the Chaldeans and the Hmong of Detroit
Natilie Jill Smith
PhD of Anthropology
University of California
2001

The Bicultural Competency of Hmong Adolescent Girls: Negotiating Gender Messages in the
Home Context
Nou Yang
Masters of Science in Human Development and Family Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2001

The Life and Education al Experiences of Hmong Students in Post-Secondary Education in the
Year 2000
Xang Lee
Masters of Science in Human and Community Resources
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
2001

Histories and Academic Profiles of Successful and Unsuccessful Hmong Secondary Students
Christopher Thao Vang
PhD of Education in Educational Leadership
California State University
2001

Histories and Academic Profiles of Successful and Unsuccessful Hmong Secondary Students
Christopher Thao Vang
PhD of Education in Education al Leadership
California State University
2001

Blueprint for College Success: Key Life Experiences Contributing to Hmong University
Students’ Matriculation and Graduation from College
Pao Lor
PhD of Educational Administration
University of Wisconsin-Stout
December 2001

A Study of the Lives of Eight Academically Successful Hmong Female High School Students
Michael Anthony Mueller
PhD of Education in Organizational Leadership
University of La Verne
September 2001

The Meaning of Giving in the Hmong Community
Kay E. Anderson
Masters of Arts in Philanthropy and Development
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
September 2001

Knowledge, Utilization, and Perceptions of Shamanism and Western Counseling or
Psychotherapy by the Various Hmong Subgenerational Groups and Religions
Ghia Xiong
Masters of Arts in Education
California State University
August 2001

Hmong Students’ Personal Adjustment in American Culture
Li Shi
Educational Specialist with a Major in Counseling and Psychological Services
August 2001

Hmong Clan Leaders’ Roles and Responsibilities
Xong Moua
Masters of Social Work
California State University
May 2001

“Middle” Generation Hmong Students’ Perceptions of Their College Experiences at the
University of Montana: A Phenomenological Analysis
Eloise Kehaulani Thompson
PhD of Education
University of Montana
March 2001

Reproductive Health and Fertility of Hmong Immigrants in Minnesota
Marline Ann Spring
PhD
University of Minnesota
January 2001
(2 COPIES)


Under the Knife: Medical “Noncompliance” in Hmong Immigrants
Jun Hu
PhD of Anthropology
Emory University
2000

Making the Paramount Chief: Transformation of the Hmong Clan Leadership Structure Under
French Colonial Rule (1893-1960)
Mai Na M. Lee
Masters of Arts in History
University of Wisconsin-Madison
2000

Hmong Parents Perceptions Toward Their Children’s Education in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Dang Thao
Masters of Science with a Double Major in Child and Family Service/Clothing and Textile
Design in Home Economics
University of Wisconsin-Stout
2000

Writing from these Roots: Literacy, Rhetoric, and History in a Hmong-American Community
John M. Duffy
PhD of English
University of Madison Wisconsin-Madison
2000

Hmong American Concepts of Health, healing, and Illness and Their Experience with
Conventional Medicine
Dia Cha
PhD of Anthropology
University of Colorado
November 2000

Readiness Toward Success in Higher Education Among Hmong University Students as Assessed
by the College Success Factors Index and Cultural Awareness Questionnaire
Kalia V Sayaovong-Lo
Masters of Science
University of Wisconsin La Crosse
August 2000

Hmong Parent Education and Involvement and its Impact on Children: A Correlation Study
Christopher A. Bondioli
Masters of Science Degree with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
August 2000

Hmong American Parent-Adolescent Problem- Solving Interactions: An Analytic Induction
Analysis
Zha BLong Xiong
PhD
University of Minnesota
July 2000

Hmong American Mortgage Acceptance Rates in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul
Jeffrey Alan Washburne
Masters of Public Administration and Management
Hamline University
May 2000

The Promised Land: Socioeconomic Adjustment Of The Hmong In Milwaukee 1976-2000
Fungchatou (Laotou) T. Lo
PhD of Urban Studies
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
May 2000

Hmong Proaction Research Project Effective Interventions and Methods of Instruction to
Develop Reading Comprehension Skills for Hmong Students
Darlene J. Lamker
Masters of Arts in Education
Hamline University
May 2000

Hmong Bilingual Education: Its Effect on Hmong Secondary Students’ Math Basic Standardized
Test Scores
Doug Soung
Masters of Arts in Education
Hamline University
May 2000

Perception of Early Marriage and Future Educational Goals Attainment for Hmong Female
Adolescents
Mana Vue
Masters of Science with a Major in Guidance and Counseling: K-12
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 2000

Landscapes and Lifescapes: Three Generations of Hmong Women and their Gardens
Jan Louise Corlett
PhD of Geography
University of California
1999

Jessica R. Goodkind
Masters of Art Department of Psychology
Michigan State University
1999

The Hmong, the American
Soul Choj Vang
Masters in Creative Writing
College of Arts and Humanities California State University, Fresno
December 1999

Language Maintenance and Language Shift Among Second Generation Hmong Teachers
Pao Lee
PhD of Education
The University of San Francisco
December 1999

An Ecological Investigation of Hmong Refugees’ Participation Experiences in Multiethnic
Communities
Hmong Parents’ Perspectives on the Role of Schools in Raising and Educating Children in the
United States
Gale Perrie Mason-Chagil
PhD
University of Minnesota
December 1999

Hmong Youth & Gangs: One Teacher’s Response to Violence
Jeffrey Theune
Masters of Arts in Education
Hamline University
December 1999

Hmong Housing in Transition from Private to Public and to Homeownership
Joshua S. Xiong
Masters of Arts in Urban and Regional Studies
Mankato State University
December 1999

Cultural Context and Cognitive Style in Hmong High School Students
Brenda Finn
PhD of Education
University of Massachusetts
September 1999



An Examination of Gangs in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and the Community’s Racial Perception of
Gangs
Mary Beth Higgins and Ka Vang
Masters of Science with a Major in Guidence and Counseling K-12
University of Wisconsin-Stout
August 1999

Attitudes of Parents of Hmong Deaf or Hard of Hearing (DHH) Students: An Ethnographic
Study
John Collins Wathum-Ocama
PhD
University of Minnesota
August 1999

Obstacles Hmong Students Face in Going on to Higher Education
Jennifer Xiong
Masters of Science with a Major in Guidance and Counseling K-12
University of Wisconsin-Stout
August 1999

Cancer Beliefs of the Hmong
Bila Her Kong
Masters of Science Nursing
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
August 1999

Locus of Control and Family Support: Predictors of Life Satisfaction Among Hmong Women
Alyssa Kaying Vang
PhD
California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno
June 1999

Hmong Youth Attitude Toward Early Marriage
Chuesee Vue
Masters of Science with a Major in Hmong Economics Education
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 1999

The Availability of Adequate Educational Support Programs for Southeast Asians as English as
a Second Language Students in Wausau East High School
Frank Chua Vang
Masters of Science with a Major in Vocational and Technical Education
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 1999

An Investigation of Hmong Students’ Performance on Four Standardized Cognitive Ability
Measures
Jodi Preston
Masters of Educational Specialist with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 1999


The Hmong: A Human Resource in Transition
Suzanne C. Dirks
Masters of Science with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 1999

Highland Cash Crop Development and Biodiversity Conservation: The Hmong in Northern
Thailand
Waranoot Tungittiplakorn
PhD of Philosophy Geography
University of Victoria
1998

Cross- Age, Paired, Interactive Tutoring: Personal Agency, Literate Behaviors, and
Metacognition of Hmong-American Fifth Graders
John Cotton Lamb IV
PhD of Philosophy School of Education
University of Colorado
1998

The Relationship Between Demographic Variables and Diabetes Knowledge Among the Hmong
Community
Richard Chongchue Yang
Masters of Public Health
Health and Human Services California State University
December 1998

Parental Influence and Academic Success of Hmong Adolescent Students: Is there a
Relationship?
Song Lor
Masters of Science with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
December 1998
Hmong Perception and Behaviors Regarding Shamanic Practices and Western Medicine
See J. Vang
Masters of Science with a Major in Home Economics
University of Wisconsin- Stout
November 1998

Coming a Full Circle: Historical Analysis of the Hmong Church Growth 1950-1998
Timothy Vang
PhD of Ministry
School of theology Fuller Theological Seminary
September 1998

A Geography of the Southeast Asian People of Saint Paul, Minnesota- with a Review of Crime in
the Community
Keith Zarich
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
September 1998

The Relationship Between Crime and Depression Within the Wausau Area Hmong Youth
Community
Tong S. Yang
Masters of Science Degree with a Major in Marriage and Family Therapy
University of Wisconsin-Stout
August 1998

Hmong High School Student Attitudes and Aspirations Toward Education
Xiong A. Lo
Masters of Science Degree in Guidance and Counseling K-12
University of Wisconsin-Stout
August 1998

Teaching Strategies, Beliefs and Behaviors of the Hmong and General Education Teachers in the
Technical College
Rosemarie Schulz
PhD
University of Wisconsin-Madison
August 1998

Where they are Now: The Second Follow-Up Study of the 1992 College-Bound Hmong
Graduates
Youa Xiong
Masters of Science Degree with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
May 1998

Relationships Between Posttraumatic Stress, Acculturation, and Maternal Sensitivity in
Vietnamese and Hmong Mothers
Gwendolyn Foss
PhD of Nursing Science
University of San Diego
June 1998

An Investigation of Hmong Students’ Academic Success in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Tim O’Reilly
PhD of Education
University of Minnesota
June 1998

Hmong Parents Attitude and Perceptions Toward Hmong Juvenile Delinquency in America
Tou K. Vang
Masters of Science Degree in Home Economics
The University of Wisconsin- Stout
May 1998

Reproductive Health Issues of Hmong and Somali Women
Jane E. Bromaghim
Masters of Science
Mankato State University Mankato, Minnesota
April 1998

Acculturation as a Predictor of Attitudes Toward Seeking Professional Psychological Help in the
Hmong Community
Ko Bruce Fang
PhD of Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno
March 1998

Educating New Americans: Hmong Immigrant Lives and Learning
Donald F. Hones
PhD
Michigan State University
1997

An Investigation of How Writing in English Develops for Four Hmong High School Boys
Pauline Sahakian
PhD of Education in Educational Leadership
California State University
1997
Women in Cultural Transition: Voices of Hmong Mothers in an Urban School
Linde Joveda Getshun
PhD
University of Minnesota
1997

Intergenerational Values Differences Between Younger and Older Hmong in the United States
Chao Fang
PhD of Leadership and Human Behavior
United States International University
1997

The Hearing and the Seeing Eye
Kay Ying Vu
Masters of Arts in English in the School of Arts and Humanities
California State University, Fresno
December 1997

Literacy in the Hmong Preschool Classroom
Lizabeth Marshall
Masters in Education
Hamline University
November 1997

Journey of the Hmong to the United States and the Difficulty in Adjusting to a New Life
Bee Vang
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
June 1997

Hmong Women’s Education
Krystal Maiheu Vujongyia
Masters of Science in Educational Leadership
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
May 1997

A Construct Validity Study of the Values Questionnaire Suing Two Divergent Groups: Hmong
and White Americans
Mymee (Mee) Her
PhD of Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno
May 1997
Sweet Blood, Dry Liver: Diabetes and Hmong Embodiment in a Foreign Land
Rebecca Rose Henry
PhD of Anthropology
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1996

The Sources and Effects of Stress on mental Health Problems Among Hmong Adults in Two
West-Central Wisconsin Cities
Chou Vang
Masters of Science with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
December 1996

Community Oriented Policing in the Asian Community of Saint Paul, Minnesota
Daniel M. Malmgren
Masters of Science
Mankato State University
1996

Promise and Paradox: The Experience of Hmong Women in College
Lisa Reavill
PhD of Education
University of Saint Thomas
1996

Factors Hindering Agreement on a Common Script for the Language of Academic
Communication of teh Hmong in California
Jonas Vang-Na Vangay
PhD of Education on Educational Leadership
California State University
1996

Social Adjustment Problems a Comparison Between Hmong and American Students at UW-Stout
Lopao Sayaovong Vang
Masters of Science Degree with a Major in Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
1996

Resiliency and the Hmong Child Growing Up in Fresno: An Ethnographic Narrative with
Drawings
Susanne Dennington Carroll
PhD
California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno Campus
1996


Loss in the Lives of Southeast Asian Elders
Martha Kay Parker
PhD
University of Minnesota
June 1996

Hmong Parenting Practices in Transition: A Participatory Study
Katsuyo K. Howard
PhD of Education
The University of California
May 1996

Sino-Lao Relations in World Politics Since 1954: The Theory and Practice of Peaceful
Coexistence
Pobzeb Vang
PhD of Philosophy
University of Denver
January 1996

Subject and Representation: Identity Politics in Southeast Guizhou
Siu-woo Cheung
PhD
University of Washington
January 1996

Discourse Patterns and Practices of the Hmong Acquiring Literacy in Midville, California
Janis Hicks Patch
PhD of Education
University of California at Berkeley
1995

Being a Hmong Woman in America: A Phenomenological Study of Hmong College Students
Jennifer Anne Fendya
PhD of Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno
1995

Chinese Ethnography in the Eighteenth Century: Miao Albums of Guizhou Province
Laura Hostetler
PhD of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
University of Pennsylvania
1995
The Hmong in Fresno: A Study of Hmong Welfare Participation and Self-Sufficiency
Kou Yang
PhD of Education in Educational Leadership
California State University
1995

The Hmong as News: A Case Study of Local Press Portrays a Socially Marginalized Group
Anne Darlein Jett
Masters of Arts
University of Minnesota
December 1995

Acculturation, Ethnicity, and Second Language Acquisition: A Study of Hmong Students at the
Post-Secondary Level
Susan Dandridge Bosher
PhD
University of Minnesota
September 1995

Relationships of Acculturation to the Academic Achievements and School Adjustment of Hmong-
American Youths
Theresa Pao-chin Liu
PhD
Marquette University
July 1995

Hmong Business Development in the Twin Cities, Minnesota
Teng Z. Vang
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
June 1995

Journeys....The Stories of Hmong Women: Implication for Parent Education Programs
Kathleen Marohn Brown
Masters of Arts in Education
Hamline University
May 1995

We All Agree: A Study of Cultural Consensus in a Hmong Community
Joyce Joanna Lucke
PhD of Anthropology
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
May 1995
A Polemic in Defense of Hmong Veterans
Toupheng Chongneng Lee
Masters of Arts in Public Administration
Hamline University
May 1995

Aids Education for Hmong Teenagers
Zahra Niccu Tafarrodi
PhD
University of Minnesota
May 1995

Cultural Politics and Identity Formation in a San Joaquin Valley Hmong Community
Sharon Arlene Bays
PhD of Anthropology
University of California
1994

Dispute Settlement Procedures Among the Hmong: Melody and Improvisation
Sandra E. Hall
Masters
Hamline University
1994

The Textiles of Miao Women as Sources of Inspiration for Contemporary Textile Design and
Production
Naiyu Cao
Masters of Arts Department of Human Ecology
University of Alberta
1994

Hmong Values and Political Leadership as Perceived by the U.S. Hmongs
Tou Yer Moua
PhD of Leadership and Human Behavior
United States International University
1994

Hmong Mothers and Daughters: Cultural Adjustment and Conflict
Maykou Margaret Vang
Masters of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, Cultural Anthropology
California State University
December 1994
Making Meaning of the Hmong: A Qualitative Case Study Community Discourse in the
Construction of Public Opinion
Sherry Pack Baker
PhD of Communication
The University of Utah
June 1994

A Description of the Escape of Hmong from Laos and Settlement in the United States
Vang C. Her
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
June 1994

Traditional Healing in the Hmong Refugee Community of the California Central Valley
John Stewart Ensign
PhD of Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology
May 1994

Causes of Depression Within the Minnesota Hmong Community
Vang Blong Ngaloo
Masters of Science with a Major of Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
March 1994

Courtship and Marriage Traditions of the Hmong
Annette Federico Dana
Masters of Science in Home Economics
California State University, Fresno
August 1993

Hmong Acculturation in the United States
Lee T. Thao
Masters of Science
Mankato State University
August 1993

Stress, Social Support Systems, and Psychosocial Well-being of Hmong Refugee Adults
Serge Chia Lee
PhD
University of Washington
August 1993
“Here There is Much More and Much Less”: Hmong-American Families, Culture, and
Childbearing in the “Land of the Giants”
Deborah Gail Helsel
PhD of Sociology
University of California
June 1993

Public Housing and Hmong Families
Vang H. Moua
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
April 1993

We Must be Organized: Dual Organizations in an American Hmong Community
Douglas Olney
PhD
University of Minnesota
April 1993

Delinquency Among Hmong Youths: Sociocultural Adjustment Problems and Societal Influence
Zong Ber Xiong
Masters of Science
Mankato State University
February 1993

Acculturation and Risk for Child Maltreatment in the Hmong Community
Vang Leng Mouanoutoua
PhD of Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno
1992

The Magic is Gone: A Sociological Perspective of the Hmong View of United States Society
Lynn R. Guenette
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
August 1992

Health Care and the Hmong People in Minnesota
Walter T. Yang
Masters of Science
Mankato State University
May 1992
Hmong-American New Year’s Dress: A Material Culture Approach
Annette Ferne Lynch
PhD
University of Minnesota
February 1992

Identifying the Needs of Hmong Parents Experiencing Cultural Conflicts in American Society
Vaughn Vang
Masters of Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
December 1991

A Study of 129 Lao-Hmong Families Labor Force Participation and Career Search in the City of
Madison
Pao V Thao
Masters of Guidance and Counseling
University of Wisconsin-Stout
June 1991

Cultural Factors Inhibiting the Mainstreaming of the Hmong
Janet L. Benson
Masters of Science
Mankato State University
June 1991

From the Heart and Mind: Creating Paj Ntaub in the Context of Community
Sally Peterson
Masters
University of Pennsylvania
1990

Hmong Role and Motivation in Support of the French and Americans in the Laotian Civil War,
1945-1975
Lue Xiong
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
August 1990

Hmong Involvement in Wars in Laos Before and After 1975
Pao Kong Yang
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
August 1990
From the Heart and Mind: Creating Paj Ntaub in the Context of Community
Sally Peterson
PhD
University of Pennsylvania
1990

Hmong Role and Motivation in Support of the French and Americans in the Laotian Civil War,
1945-1975
Lue Xiong
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
August 1990

Hmong Involvement in Wars in Laos Before and After 1975
Pao Kong Yang
Masters of Arts
Mankato State University
August 1990

Communication Strategies: A Case Study of a Deaf Hmong Adult
Christina Marie Nelson
Masters of Arts in Speech and Hearing Science
University of California
July 1989

Analysis of Cultural Beliefs and Power Dynamics in Disagreements About Health Care of
Hmong Children
Kathleen Ann Culhane-Pera
Masters of Arts
University of Minnesota
January 1989

The Floating World: Laotian Refugee Camp Life in Thailand
Lynellyn Dunstan Long
PhD
Stanford University
August 1988

A Comparative Case Study of Secondary Programs for Hmong Refugee Students in the
Minneapolis and St. Paul Public Schools
Donald Richard Sonsalla
PhD
University of Minnesota
June 1984

								
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