Desiree Baolian Qin
Desiree Baolian Qin
Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies, Michigan State University
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Globalization: Culture and education in the new millennium
M Suarez-Orozco, D Qin-Hilliard
Univ of California Press, 2004
Gendered perspectives in psychology: Immigrant origin youth
C Suárez‐Orozco, DB Qin
International Migration Review 40 (1), 165-198, 2006
" Our child doesn't talk to us anymore": Alienation in immigrant Chinese families
D Baolian Qin
Anthropology & Education Quarterly 37 (2), 162-179, 2006
The other side of the model minority story: The familial and peer challenges faced by Chinese American adolescents
DB Qin, N Way, P Mukherjee
Youth & Society 39 (4), 480-506, 2008
Doing well vs. feeling well: Understanding family dynamics and the psychological adjustment of Chinese immigrant adolescents
DB Qin
Journal of youth and adolescence 37, 22-35, 2008
The “model minority” and their discontent: Examining peer discrimination and harassment of Chinese American immigrant youth
DB Qin, N Way, M Rana
New directions for child and adolescent development 2008 (121), 27-42, 2008
The new immigration: An interdisciplinary reader
C Suárez-Orozco, M Suarez-Orozco, DB Qin-Hilliard
Routledge, 2012
Deconstructing the myth of the “tiger mother”: An introduction to the special issue on tiger parenting, Asian-heritage families, and child/adolescent well-being.
LP Juang, DB Qin, IJK Park
Asian American Journal of Psychology 4 (1), 1, 2013
Gendered expectations and gendered experiences: Immigrant students' adaptation in schools
DB Qin‐Hilliard
New directions for youth development 2003 (100), 91-109, 2003
Immigrant boys’ experiences in US schools
C Suárez-Orozco, DB Qin-Hilliard
Adolescent boys: Exploring diverse cultures of boyhood, 295-316, 2004
Successful adaptation among Sudanese unaccompanied minors: Perspectives of youth and foster parents
T Luster, D Qin, L Bates, M Rana, JA Lee
Childhood 17 (2), 197-211, 2010
Being “good” or being “popular” gender and ethnic identity negotiations of Chinese immigrant adolescents
D Baolian Qin
Journal of Adolescent Research 24 (1), 37-66, 2009
The Role of Gender in Immigrant Children's Educational Adaptation.
DB Qin
Current Issues in Comparative Education 9 (1), 8-19, 2006
The Lost Boys of Sudan: Coping With Ambiguous Loss and Separation From Parents
T Luster, D Qin, L Bates, D Johnson, M Rana
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 79 (2), 203-211, 2009
The lost boys of Sudan: Ambiguous loss, search for family, and reestablishing relationships with family members
T Luster, DB Qin, L Bates, DJ Johnson, M Rana
Family relations 57 (4), 444-456, 2008
Gendered processes of adaptation: Understanding parent–child relations in Chinese immigrant families
DB Qin
Sex roles 60, 467-481, 2009
Factors related to educational resilience among Sudanese unaccompanied minors
M Rana, DB Qin, L Bates, TOM Luster, A Saltarelli
Teachers College Record 113 (9), 2080-2114, 2011
Globalization in Asia
JL Watson
MM Suárez-Orozco, D. baolian Win-Hillard, Globalization: Culture and …, 2004
Reactive and proactive ethnic–racial socialization practices of second-generation Asian American parents.
LP Juang, I Park, SY Kim, RM Lee, D Qin, S Okazaki, TT Swartz, A Lau
Asian American Journal of Psychology 9 (1), 4, 2018
The Well-Being of Immigrant Adolescents: A Longitudinal Perspective on Risk and Protective Factors.
C Suárez-Orozco, I Todorova, DB Qin
Praeger Publishers/Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006
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