Paths to inclusion : the integration of migrants in the United States and Germany /
This last group of essays in the Migration and Refugee series focuses on "immigrant" policy, examining the institutions, laws, and social practices that are designed to facilitate the integration of immigrants and refugees into their receiving countries. The scope of the collection is high...
|Published:||New York : Berghahn Books, 1998.|
|Series:||Migration and refugees ;
v. 5. |
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- Introduction / Peter H. Schuck and Rainer Munz
- Chapter 1. Assimilation, Exclusion, or Neither? Models of the Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States / Richard D. Alba
- Chapter 2. Divergent Destinies: Immigration, the Second Generation, and the Rise of Transnational Communities / Alejandro Portes
- Chapter 3. Governmental and Nongovernmental Roles in the Absorption of Immigrants in the United States / Nathan Glazer
- Chapter 4. Social and Economic Integration of Foreigners in Germany / Wolfgang Seifert
- Chapter 5. Ethnic Inequalities in the German School System / Richard D. Alba and Johann Handl and Walter Muller
- Chapter 6. Long-Distance Citizens: Ethnic Germans and Their Immigration to Germany / Rainer Munz and Rainer Ohliger
- Chapter 7. The Treatment of Aliens in the United States / Peter H. Shuck
- Chapter 8. Nationality Law in the United States and Germany: Structure and Current Problems / Gerald L. Neuman
- Notes on Contributors
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