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please read instruction thoroughly! I will post the reply as soon as you complete this. Then I will write back to you and show you 2 classmates that will need the response.Thanks. I hope you enjoyed reading this book! As I mentioned in the Guideline document there are so many aspects of this book we can discuss.  Choose one of the questions below and write a knowledgeable response, that demonstrates you read the book and considered the information presented. Your response must be at least 14 sentences and no longer than 20. ( worth up to 14 points for a well-written and informative post) Respond to at least TWO other peoples posts in a knowledgeable way; each post must be at least 6 sentences long and be more than an agreement statement, meaning you need to include some substance in your response, such as other information you learned from the book that you didn't already state in your original post (3 points for each response). Do NOT repeat information in your replies that someone else has already posted (you must make your initial post before you see other people's posts). Read other posts/replies before responding to others. You will be DOCKED points if you repeat information.  Use proper grammar and punctuation in your posts. Remember this is an upper division college course and your writing needs to reflect this standing. You will be DOCKED points for grammatical errors/sloppiness. I highly encourage everyone to write their answers in a word doc and use spelling and grammar check and then copy and paste it into the discussion post. Always proofread your work. Question Choices: ONLY CHOOSE ONE Consider how different things would have been if a reputable interpreter was involved in all the encounters between the Lee family and medical professionals. After reading this book explain the importance of hospitals hiring interpreters and/or cultural liaisons/medical anthropologists.  Discuss one of the most tragic cross-cultural misunderstandings you read in the book. Where do the Hmong originally come from, how are they socially organized, why did they end up in Northern Southeast Asia? What are some of the Hmong's strongest cultural characteristics, what was their traditional form of social control? What was “The War” and why were the Hmong involved? Who were they fighting with and who were they fighting against? Why did the Hmong become refugees in America (and elsewhere around the world)?  How did American's view them? Discuss at least one cultural aspects that changed once they became refugees in America. Discuss in detail one or two aspects of the refugee process ( it may include: getting to a refugee camp, living in a refugee camp, applying for asylum in another country, or the process of getting approved to migrate to another country).  What is Secondary Migration? Why did so many Hmong families end up in Merced, California?

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