Description The Jackson-Desbarats Study contains information collection by University of California at Berkeley Professor Carl Jackson and Jacqueline Desbarats. The first section, General Files, contains material about genesis and final results of the project. The second section, Interviews and Completed Questionnaires, contains the finished interview data used for their studies and papers. The interview questionnaire asked for reasons the Vietnamese immigrated to the United States as well as the reasons they move within the United States of America and was broken down into the following sections: Part I: Biography. Part II: Summary of important residential moves. Part III: Life in Vietnam Part IV: Departure from Vietnam Part V: Experiences in the refugee camps Part VI: The first resettlement place in America Part VII: The second resettlement place in America Part VIII: The third resettlement place in America Part IX: Part X: The local understanding and the plans of immigration The Political riots in Vietnam How many people do you know have been executed by new government? Can you let me know why they have been executed? Part XI: Interviewer's observations Scope/Content There are 16 linear feet of material in the Jackson-Desbarats Study collection. The General Files contain 3 linear feet of material, most of which is in English. The Interviews and Completed Questionnaires contains 13 linear feet of material, most of which is in Vietnamese with some French, Korean, Chinese, English, and Cambodian. Most of the interviews were done anonymously and are not in any particular organization. A white sheet of paper separates interviews within each folder. The material is in good condition.