The Asian American Man Study began in the fall of 2015, and as I enter the third year of the study, I've been reflecting on where we are and where we want to go.
Our first two studies have been very broad, focusing on everything from dating, to stereotypes, to religion and politics, to role models. These are all important topics and the findings have been valuable and will continue to be relevant for some time to come.
But there's a danger in treading the same ground over and over again. So this year, I decided to focus on the theme of school and work. These are two institutions that we spend so much of our lives in and are worth exploring in detail.
So I invite you to share your thoughts with us as we prepare this year's study. What do you want to learn?
The Asian American Man Study is an annual study an annual survey of the experiences and beliefs of American men of East, Southeast, and South Asian descent. It is administered by Jason Shen, a first-generation Chinese-American.