Pinoy Capital: The Filipino Nation in Daly City

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INDEX
Abelmann, Nancy, 157n19
Abinales, Patricio N., 110n1
adobo, 24n2
advertisements: Bonus on, 104–105; identity and, 105; in Philippine News, 84, 85, 87–88, 106, 116, 120–121, 121n8, 202
Agoncillo, Teodoro, 37–38, 110–111
Aguilar, Filomeno, 107–108
Alegria, Cesar, 71n16, 72
ambivalence, 8, 47, 54
America Is in the Heart (Bulosan), 9, 15, 41, 192–193
Americanization, 5, 61, 157, 158n21
Amerikanong hilaw, 148n12
Amoroso, Donna J., 110n1
Amorsolo, Fernando, 171
Anak, 166n3
Ang Katipunan, 112–113, 118n7; on KDP, 117–118; Philippine News and, 109–110, 117–118, 130–131
Ang Syota Kong Balikbayan, 146n9
anthropology: ethnicity in, 21–22; identity in, 21; transnationalism in, 20n18
APA. See Asian Pacific American
API. See Asian Pacific Islander
Appadurai, Arjun, 19
Aquino, Benigno “Ninoy,” 112n3
Asian Americans, 15n12; Espiritu, Y., on, 14n10, 167; ethnicity of, 167, 167n5; media of, 81; political empowerment of, 123–124; as voters, 70–72, 72n17, 73–74, 169, 199
Asian American studies, 21, 22, 162n1
Asian Pacific American (APA), 14n10
Asian Pacific Islander (API), 14n10
Asian studies, 21
assimilation, 63–64; ethnicity and, 195; Filipino, 189; of Guingona, 69–70; language and, 65, 65n13, 148, 148n12; of native-born children, 67, 104; Park’s model of, 167
Bagong Lipunan program, 112n3, 146n10
Baguio City, 34, 34n16
bakya, 149n14
Balabagan, Sarah, 96
balikbayan, 8, 146, 146n10, 148
Ballescas, Rosario, 139n5
Basch, Linda, 18
Bautista, Ellen, 59n9; on crab mentality, 77–78; on homesickness, 173
Bautista, Jun: on citizenship, 169–170; employment of, 57; family immigration of, 52–53; on homesickness, 175
Billig, Michael, 98
blacklisting, 113
Blanc-Szanton, Cristina, 18
Bonnevie, Dina, 144

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • 1- A Repeated Turning 1
  • 2- Little Manila 23
  • 3- Looking Forward Narratives of Obligation 46
  • 4- Spreading the News Newspapers and Transnational Belonging 80
  • 5- Looking Back Indifference, Responsibility, and the Anti-Marcos Movement in the United States 109
  • 6- Betrayal and Belonging 134
  • 7- Citizenship and Nostalgia 161
  • 8- Pinoy Capital 192
  • Bibliography 207
  • Index 215
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