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Question 1: White female Amerasians are highly vulnerable to ________, the study noted.
Sexual harassmentSexual ethicsProstitutionSexual abuse

Question 2: Colloquially, the term has sometimes been considered synonymous with ________, or to describe a person in the United States of mixed Asian and non-Asian ancestry, regardless of the circumstances.
Indian AmericanAsian AmericanFilipino AmericanJapanese American

Question 3: The term was coined by writer ________ and was formalized by the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Robert Samuel MaclayPearl S. BuckOMF InternationalHudson Taylor

Question 4: In its original meaning, an Amerasian is a person born in ________, to a U.S. military father and an Asian mother.

Question 5: The official definition of Amerasian came about as a result of Public Law 97-359, enacted by the ________ of the United States on October 22, 1982.
99th United States Congress96th United States Congress97th United States Congress98th United States Congress

Question 6: In the 1999 American Vietnamese language film Three Seasons, James Hager, played by ________, searches for his Vietnamese Amerasian daughter in hopes of "coming to peace with this place".
Robert De NiroHarvey KeitelPulp Fiction (film)Martin Scorsese

Question 7: In the ________ and movie The Watchmen, The Comedian Edward Blake kills the mother of his unborn Amerasian child in a bar as the war is ending.
American comic bookComic bookGraphic novelComics

Question 8: citizen."[1] The Amerasian Foundation (AF) and Amerasian Family Finder (AFF) define an Amerasian as: "Any person who was fathered by a citizen of the United States (an American servicemen, American ________, or U.S.
Allen GinsbergExpatriateParisBeat Generation

Question 9: Several countries have significant populations of Amerasians, including the islands that dot the ________.
Arctic OceanPacific OceanIndian OceanAtlantic Ocean

Question 10: servicemen during World War II, the ________, and the Vietnam War.
Korean WarSino-Soviet border conflictCold WarHarry S. Truman

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