Hypothesis and Methodology Summary

Hello! It has been awhile since my last blog post so I have a lot to share with you in this post. My life has been incredibly busy. I finished my law school applications and started to hear back from some of them. It has been very exciting. But it is even more exciting that…
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Summary of Literature Review and Direction of the Research

Hello! I hope everyone had a wonderful summer. It has been great to start my last academic year and I am incredibly excited to see what this year holds. In the month of August, I focused on my literature review and setting the direction for my thesis. After careful research and contemplation, I finally came…
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Very quick update

The blog post for this month is going to be short and sweet. Unfortunately, the literature review is still a work in progress. I still have a lot of books and articles that I must sort through since literature on voter participation and Asian American voting behavior are incredibly vast and diverse. However, I am…
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The Beginning of New Beginning…

Blog Summary -Development on my research topic


Asian American Voting Paradox: why don’t Asians vote?

The majority of political science scholars agree that highly educated and/or higher-income citizens are more likely to vote. However, influence of educational attainment and income level on voter turnout seems to be insignificant in regards to Asian Americans. Despite Asian American’s high-income level and educational attainment, Asian voter turnout rates in recent elections have been…
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