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Our first step toward addressing the big questions in this course will be to determine who has been a part of the \"community.\" That is, who is here, when did they come, from whereOur first step toward addressing the big questions in this course will be to determine who has been a part of the "community." That is, who is here, when did they come, from where
German immigrants were especially numerous in the 1850s and 1880s and several cities had large German neighborhoods. Cities like Boston and New York were characterized as well by large Irish populations
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Census 2000 California ProfileCensus 2000 California Profile
The 2000 census reported California's population as 33,871,648. In 2000, Californians represented 12 percent of the U. S. population; this was almost one person out of every eight. The number of people living in California grew more than 200 percent in the last
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Whose Country is This?Whose Country is This?
The following was written by vice-president elect Calvin Coolidge. Calvin Coolidge then became President of the United States and served from 1923 to 1929
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Bicultural Competence: a means to Crime Reduction among the Children of Immigrants?Bicultural Competence: a means to Crime Reduction among the Children of Immigrants?
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June 2005 the immigrant housing market: analyses for australiaJune 2005 the immigrant housing market: analyses for australia
The results from this decomposition demonstrate the importance of taking account of immigrant adjustment when seeking to understand variations in rates of home ownership across birthplace groups
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Earnings and occupational attainment: immigrants and the native bornEarnings and occupational attainment: immigrants and the native born
We thank Derby Voon for research assistance. Chiswick acknowledges research support from the Institute of Government and Public Affairs, University of Illinois. Miller acknowledges financial assistance from the Australian Research Council
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Rights of immigrants and migrants to the united states: a critical look at the u. S. And its compliance under the conventionRights of immigrants and migrants to the united states: a critical look at the u. S. And its compliance under the convention
State in influencing the very immigration trends it identifies as an underlying cause of discrimination, and in both sanctioning and perpetuating the multiplicities of discrimination experienced by immigrant communities
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Debunking the Myth of Immigrant Criminality: Imprisonment Among First- and Second-Generation Young Men By Rubén G. Rumbaut, Roberto G. Gonzales, Golnaz Komaie, and Charlie V. Morgan University of California, IrvineDebunking the Myth of Immigrant Criminality: Imprisonment Among First- and Second-Generation Young Men By Rubén G. Rumbaut, Roberto G. Gonzales, Golnaz Komaie, and Charlie V. Morgan University of California, Irvine
Debunking the Myth of Immigrant Criminality: Imprisonment Among First- and Second-Generation Young Men
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