New American Destinies : A Reader in Contemporary Asian and Latino Immigration

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 350 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415917681
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The essays gathered here discuss theoretical and policy issues and themes such as the political and economic context of migration, job competition, labor organizing, changing ethnic and "race" relations, immigrant women in the economy and contemporary immigration politics and contribute to our understanding of the historical and contemporary dimensions of Asian and Latino migration in a changing global economy.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
General Introduction 1 (12)
PART 1 IMMIGRATION AND MIGRATION: A CONCEPTUAL 13 (110)
MAP
Introduction 13 (2)
1 Origins and Destinies Immigration to the 15 (32)
United States Since World War II
Ruben G. Rumbaut
2 Theoretical Approaches to Mexican Wage 47 (26)
Labor Migration
Tamar Diana Wilson
3 United States Policy Towards Asian 73 (18)
Immigrants Contemporary Developments in
Historical Perspective
Roger Daniels
4 Central American Migration A Framework for 91 (32)
Analysis
Nora Hamilton
Norma Stoltz Chinchilla
PART 2 IMMIGRANTS IN A CHANGING ECONOMY 123(70)
Introduction 123(2)
5 Gender, Class, Family, and Migration 125(16)
Puerto Rican Women in Chicago
Maura I. Toro-Morn
6 Cubans and the Changing Economy of Miami 141(22)
Marifeli Perez-Stable
Miren Uriarte
7 Scientists and Engineers 163(20)
Paul Ong
Evelyn Blumenberg
8 Chinese Staff and Workers' Association A 183(10)
Model for Organizing in the Changing Economy?
Peter Kwong
PART 3 BORDERS AND BEYOND: RACIALIZED 193(92)
RELATIONS, ETHNICITY, AND SOCIAL IDENTITY
Introduction 193(2)
9 Panethnicity in the United States A 195(24)
Theoretical Framework
David Lopez
Yen Espiritu
10 Divided Fates Immigrant Children in a 219(24)
Restructured U.S. Economy
M. Patricia Fernandez-Kelly
Richard Schauffler
11 Social Identities--A Framework for 243(26)
Studying the Adaptations of Immigrants and
Ethnics The Adaptations of Mexicans in the
United States
Aida Hurtado
Patricia Gurin
Timothy Peng
12 Racialized Boundaries, Class Relations, 269(16)
and Cultural Politics The Asian-American and
Latino Experience
Rodolfo D. Torres
ChorSwang Ngin
PART 4 POLITICS, POLICY, AND COMMUNITY 285(62)
Introduction 285(2)
13 Compatriots or Competitors? Job 287(28)
Competition Between Foreign-and U.S. -Born
Angelenos
Abel Valenzuela, Jr.
14 Immigration Policy Making and Remaking 315(10)
Asian Pacific America
Bill Ong Hing
15 Proposition 187 in California 325(8)
Philip Martin
16 Recrafting the Common Good Immigration 333(14)
and Community
Robert L. Bach
Selected Bibliography on Asian and Latino 347(2)
Immigration
Contributors 349