Migration, Globalization and Ethnic Relations

Migration, Globalization and Ethnic Relations : An Interdisciplinary Approach

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For courses in Sociology/Anthropology of immigration or migration studies, Race/Ethnic Relations, Introduction to Ethnic Studies, and Immigration Theory.This collection of classical and contemporary essays by leading migration scholars represents new theoretical developments in immigration studies. It exposes readers to different theoretical approaches on adaptation and incorporation of immigrants from the classic assimilation theory to the most recent ethnic economy and ethnic enclave theories.show more

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  • Paperback | 432 pages
  • 172.7 x 233.7 x 20.3mm | 635.04g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
  • English
  • 0130483893
  • 9780130483898

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Editors' Introduction. I. IMMIGRATION: THEORIES AND RESEARCH. Theories of International Migration: Review and Appraisal, Douglas S. Massey, Joaquin Arango, Graeme Hugo, Ali Kouaouci, Adela Pellegrino, J. Edward Taylor. Immigration Theory for a New Century: Some Problems and Opportunities, Alejandro Portes. The New Diaspora: African Immigration to the United States, April Gordon. Return Migration, George Gmelch. Filling in Some Holes: Six Areas of Needed Immigration Research, Herbert J. Gans. Immigration Research: A Conceptual Map, Silvia Pedraza-Bailey.II. IMMIGRATION, ETHNICITY, AND ETHNIC RELATIONS. Ethnic Groups, Max Weber. The New Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States, Douglas S. Massey. Immigration and Ethnic and Racial Inequality in the United States, Mary C. Waters, Karl Eschbach. Immigration: Issues of Ethnicity, Class, and Public Policy in the United States, Robert L. Bach. The Shifting Grounds for Immigration, Michael J. Piore. Myths About Immigrants, Jeffrey S. Passal and Michael Fix.III. IMMIGRATION, GLOBALIZATION, AND TRANSNATIONALISM. Globalization and the Revalorizing of Ethnic Places in Immigration Gateway Cities, Jan Lin. Globalization, Immigration, and Changing Social Relations in U.S. Cities, Glenda Laws. Transnationalism: A New Analytical Framework for Understanding Migration, Nina Glick Schiller, Linda Basch, Cristina Blanc-Szanton. Global Villagers: The Rise of Transnational Communities, Alejandro Portes.IV. IMMIGRANTS AND MODES OF INCORPORATION. Colonized and Immigrant Minorities, Robert Blauner. Immigrant Workers and Class Struggles in Advanced Capitalism: The Western European Experience, Manuel Castells. Middleman Minorities and Advanced Capitalism, Edna Bonacich. Immigrant and Ethnic Enterprise in North America, Ivan Light. Ethnic Resources and Ethnic Economy: The Case of Iranian Entrepreneurs in Dallas, Mohsen M. Mobasher. The Sociology of Immigration: From Assimilation to Segmented Integration, From the American Experience to the Global Arena, Barbara Schmitter Heisler.V. IMMIGRATION, GENDER, AND FAMILY. Anthropology and the Study of Immigrant Women, Caroline B. Brettell, Patricia A. deBerjeois. Immigrant Women: Nowhere at Home?, Donna Gabaccia. Gender and Labor in Asian Immigrant Families, Yen Le Espiritu. Marital Relations, Pyong Gap Min. Benefits and Burdens: Immigrant Women and Work in New York City, Nancy Foner.show more

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