Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Since I grew up in a small and predominantly white Midwestern town, I was acutely aware of the common cultural aspects of my Caucasian side. I was able to familiarize myself with the Western cultural values, and I felt comfortable within them. My appearance may have differed from my peers' but I was able to assimilate myself with all the local customs. However, I still felt that I was neglecting a major part of my identity. I needed to know more about the other half of my cultural heritage, and I knew that college and this thesis project would provide an excellent opportunity to explore it.
Year of Submission
Department of English Language and Literature
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2008 Neal Andrew Molitor
Molitor, Neal Andrew, "Biracial Filipino Americans In Society" (2008). Honors Program Theses. 760.