New Americans: A Guide to Immigration Since 1965
- Advisory Editors
- Introduction and
- Immigration in Global Historical Perspective
- Immigration Control Policy: Law and Implementation
- Citizenship and Nationality Policy
- Unauthorized Migration and
- Settlement Patterns in Metropolitan America
- Ethnic and Racial Identity
- Intermarriage and Multiple Identities and
- Assimilation and
- Transforming Foreigners into Americans
- Pluralism and Group Relations
- Immigrants and the Economy , and
- Ethnic Politics
- Ethnic Media and
- Language and
- Education and
- Gender and Family
- The Second Generation and
- Africa: West
- Africa: East
- Africa: South Africa and Zimbabwe
- Central America and
- China: People's Republic of China
- China: Outside the People's Republic of China
- Colombia and
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador
- Europe: Western
- Europe: Central and Southeastern
- Haiti and
- Middle East and North Africa and
- Pacific: Fiji, Tonga, Samoa
- Pacific: Japan, Australia, New Zealand
- South America
- South Asia
- Southeast Asia and
- United Kingdom
- West Indies
- Appendix: Immigration and Naturalization Legislation
Carl L. Bankston III and Danielle Antoinette Hidalgo: Wendy Cadge and Todd LeRoy Perreira gave us useful suggestions and information. Donna R....
Richard D. Alba Diana L. Eck Nancy Foner Steven J. Gold Philip Kasinitz Nazli Kibria Ewa Morawska Joel Perlmann Rubén G....
The East African region extending from Sudan in the north to Mozambique in the south has a population of more than 200 million. It is home to...
Leaving South Africa Historically, South Africa is best known as an immigrant-receiving rather than an emigrant-sending country. Originally...
The U.S. Census defines West Africa as a subdivision of the continent that includes the countries of Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Côte...
Immigration and Naturalization Legislation Source : Extracts from the text of Appendix 1 of U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service,...
The idea of assimilation has undergone a transformation since the middle of the 20th century. Then it was a foundational concept in American...
Although 820,000 people born in Canada lived in the United States in 2000, few would identify themselves as “new Americans.” Some are not even...
Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua Over the past 30 years the number of Central Americans coming to the United States has grown significantly, as a...
Today the vast majority of foreign-born Chinese in the U.S. are from the People's Republic of China (PRC), but this was not always the case....
Chinese Americans are a diverse ethnic group, made up of U.S.-born Chinese and immigrants from all over the Chinese world. As of 2000, their...
Not since the McCarthy era in the early 1950s, when many Americans aggressively questioned the loyalty of their fellow citizens and when...
Since 1970, Colombians in the U.S. have constituted the leading immigrant group from South America, and they are now the fifth largest Latin...
Advisory Editors Introduction Mary C. Waters and Reed Ueda Immigration in Global Historical Perspective Reed Ueda ...
Richard Alba , Department of Sociology, The University at Albany, State University of New York Carl L. Bankston III , Department...