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The New Americans

A Guide to Immigration since 1965

Edited by Mary C. Waters

Reed Ueda

Associate Editor Helen B. Marrow

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HARDCOVER

$47.50 • £38.95 • €43.00

ISBN 9780674023574

Publication Date: 01/30/2007

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736 pages

6-3/8 x 9-1/4 inches

1 map, 106 tables

Harvard University Press Reference Library

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  • Introduction [Mary C. Waters and Reed Ueda]
  • Immigration in Global Historical Perspective [Reed Ueda]
  • Immigration Control Policy: Law and Implementation [Aristide R. Zolberg]
  • Citizenship and Nationality Policy [Peter H. Schuck]
  • Refugees [David W. Haines]
  • Unauthorized Migration [Frank D. Bean]
  • Settlement Patterns in Metropolitan America [John R. Logan]
  • Ethnic and Racial Identity [Herbert J. Gans]
  • Intermarriage and Multiple Identities [Joel Perlmann and Mary C. Waters]
  • Transforming Foreigners into Americans [Roger Waldinger]
  • Transnationalism [Ewa Morawska]
  • Pluralism and Group Relations [Jennifer L. Hochschild]
  • Immigrants and the Economy [Neeraj Kaushal, Cordelia W. Reimers, and David Reimers]
  • Ethnic Politics [Michael Jones-Correa]
  • Ethnic Media [K. Viswanath and Karen Ka-man Lee]
  • Religious and Cultural Institutions [Diana L. Eck]
  • Language [David Lopez and Vanesa Estrada]
  • Education [Carola Suárez-Orozco and Marcelo Suárez-Orozco]
  • Gender and Family [Patricia R. Pessar]
  • The Second Generation [Nancy Foner and Philip Kasinitz]
  • Africa: West [Marilyn Halter]
  • Africa: East [Abdi Kusow]
  • Africa: South Africa and Zimbabwe [Helen B. Marrow]
  • Canada [Donna R. Gabaccia]
  • Central America [Norma Stoltz Chinchilla and Nora Hamilton]
  • China: People’s Republic of China [Xiao-huang Yin]
  • China: Outside the People’s Republic of China [Jennifer Holdaway]
  • Colombia [Luis Eduardo Guarnizo and Marilyn Espitia]
  • Cuba [Lisandro Pérez]
  • Dominican Republic [Peggy Levitt]
  • El Salvador [Cecilia Menjívar]
  • Europe: Western [Donna R. Gabaccia]
  • Europe: Central and Southeastern [Simone Ispa-Landa]
  • Haiti [Lisa Konczal and Alex Stepick]
  • India [Karen Isaksen Leonard]
  • Iran [Mehdi Bozorgmehr]
  • Jamaica [Milton Vickerman]
  • Korea [Pyong Gap Min]
  • Mexico [Albert M. Camarillo]
  • Middle East [Steven J. Gold and Mehdi Bozorgmehr]
  • Pacific: Fiji, Tonga, Samoa [Cathy A. Small]
  • Pacific: Japan, Australia, New Zealand [Nana Oishi]
  • Philippines [Catherine Ceniza Choy]
  • Poland [Mary Patrice Erdmans]
  • Russia [Steven J. Gold]
  • South America [Helen B. Marrow]
  • South Asia [Nazli Kibria]
  • Southeast Asia [Carl L. Bankston III and Danielle Antoinette Hidalgo]
  • United Kingdom [Wendy D. Roth]
  • Vietnam [Rubén G. Rumbaut]
  • West Indies [Calvin B. Holder]
  • Appendix: Immigration and Naturalization Legislation
  • Acknowledgments
  • Contributors
  • Index

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