Publications/Media

Writing has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I love words and language, especially the magic they hold to connect people through time and space. I have been fortunate to be able to write and publish about topics that I find professionally and personally rewarding. These citations represent the work I have done primarily on issues related to Asian American mental health, ranging from peer-reviewed articles to popular press pieces and interviews. Links are provided below.

POPULAR PRESS PUBLICATIONS

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS

  • Mok, T.A. (2006). [Review of the book Compositional Subjects: Enfiguring Asian/Asian American Women, by L. H.Y. Kang]. Comparative Literature Studies, 43(1-2), 194-197. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/201977/pdf
  • Mok, T.A. (2001). Media images and their effects on Asian American women. In C. Larsson (Ed.), Beyond killing us softly: The strength to resist [Online study guide], pp. 72-79. Available: http://www.cambridgedocumentaryfilms.org/_media/guides/resist_studyguide.pdf
  • Mok, T.A. (1995). Looking for love: Factors influencing Asian Americans’ choice of dating partners. In J.Y. Fong (Ed.), Proceedings of the Asian American Psychological Association Annual Convention 1994 (pp. 83-87). Atascadero, CA: Asian American Psychological Association and Gold Shadow Press.

MEDIA INTERVIEWS/APPEARANCES