New Immigrants in New York

(Book - 2001 )
New Immigrants in New York

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Retaining the format and theme of the 1987 edition, but soliciting entirely new contributions, Foner (anthropology, State U. of New York, Purchase) presents ten essays which separately explore how various recent immigrant groups have transformed New York City and how the city has changed the immigrants and their communities. In addition to chapters looking at migrations of Soviet Jews, Chinese, Koreans, Jamaicans, West Africans, Dominicans, and Mexicans, a pair of chapters look at the wider issues of immigration policy interactions with population patterns, as well as the demographics of labor as affected by immigration. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Statement of Responsibility: edited by Nancy Foner
Title: New immigrants in New York
Publisher: New York :, Columbia University Press,, c2001
Edition: Completely rev. and updated ed
Characteristics: viii, 313 p. :,ill., maps ;,23 cm.
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