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Unfortunately, at least among Italian-American, Italian American, and Italian/American scholars the to -, /, , or not is still a matter of personal preference; in a sense reflecting one of the most salient features of i-a, i a, and i/a academic culture as to fare una bella figura academico.
Our journal has been following the Canadian Oxford Dictionary to determine how to hyphenate terms such as Chinese-Canadian. Understand that this style may be out-dated and that there should be no hyphen.
Can anyone advise on the current practice in Canada or the US?