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by Carlos Teixeira,Wei Li,Audrey Kobayashi

eBook Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities ePub
Author: Carlos Teixeira,Wei Li,Audrey Kobayashi
Language: English
ISBN: 0195437829
ISBN13: 978-0195437829
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (February 10, 2012)
Pages: 384
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 363
Formats: mobi lit mbr docx
ePub file: 1300 kb
Fb2 file: 1281 kb

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Carlos Teixeira received his . c. at the Universite du Quebec and his P. in geography at York University.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities is unique in that most chapters are written by both an American and a Canadian scholar.

Carlos Teixeira, Wei Li, Audrey Kobayashi. Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities is unique in that most chapters are written by both an American and a Canadian scholar, drawn from among the top scholars in both countries. This book also fills a gap in scholarly literature on immigrant geographies, by providing a text book that compares and contrasts immigrant experiences in the Unites States those experiences in Canada.

Carlos Teixeira, Wei Li, and Audrey Kobayashi. Carlos Teixeira, Wei Li, and Audrey Kobayashi. The only textbook on the market that uses a geographical perspective to examine immigration, migration, and settlement in Canadian and American cities. Most chapters are co-written by a Canadian and an American author, thus enhancing the text's comparative approach in a highly innovative fashion.

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2012 Immigrant Geographies in North American Cities (Carlos Teixeira, Wei Li, and Audrey Kobayashi ed. Oxford University Press); the 2012 Geographical Perspective of Women Specialty Group (AAG) Book Honor. 2009a Ethnoburb: the New Ethnic Community in Urban America (Wei Li, University of Hawaii Press); paperback, 2012. The 2009 Book Award in Social Sciences, Association for Asian American Studies

Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press Canada, 48-68. Urban Patterns and Ethnic Diversity.

Enter Zip Code or city, state. Carlos Teixeira; Professor Wei Li; Audrey Kobayashi. Error: Please enter a valid ZIP code or city and state. Good news - You can still get free 2-day shipping, free pickup, & more.

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GEOGRAPHY SPATIAL SCIENCES (GSS) PROGRAM AWARD ABSTRACT 1660526 PI: Wei Li Arizona State University This project seeks to better comprehend the migration intention, b ehavior, and impacts of highly educated migrants at their various migratory phases.

book Audrey Kobayashi is a 2011 Fellow of The Royal Society of Canada.

Audrey Kobayashi is a 2011 Fellow of The Royal Society of Canada. Honoured at the 2012 Geographical Perspectives on Women (GPOW) Book Event with the Association of American Geographers (AAG). Bringing together an impressive group of expert contributors from Canada and the US, this groundbreaking collection examines issues of immigration, migration, and settlement from a unique geographical perspective.

Thomas Carter and Domenic Vitiello, Immigrants, Refugees, and Housing, in Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities, Carlos Teixeira, Wei Li, and Audrey Kobayashi, eds. (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2011). 14. Mae Ngai, Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005)Google Scholar. Audrey Singer, Domenic Vitiello, Michael Katz, and David Park, Recent Immigration to Philadelphia: Regional Change and Response (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 2008).

Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities is unique in that most chapters are written by both an American and a Canadian scholar, drawn from among the top scholars in both countries. This textbook gives students access to a wide variety of scholarly perspectives, to help create a foundation for their study and research. This book also fills a gap in scholarly literature on immigrant geographies, by providing a text book that compares and contrasts immigrant experiences in the Unites States those experiences in Canada.Part I examines the history of immigration in both countries, and the current immigration situation in the major receiving centres in both countries.Part II examines the imprint of immigration on North American cities and suburbs by looking at the barriers and opportunities immigrants face in obtaining accessing housing, achieving socioeconomic and economic parity with the native-born population, access to quality health care, and improving rates of political incorporation. Part II also looks at the settlement patterns of newly arrived immigrants, compares current patterns to historical trends, and evaluates the role that gender plays in forming these patterns.Part III examines the specific patterns of immigration for four non-European immigrant groups. The first three chapters in Part III look at the experiences of Asian, Latin American, and Black immigrants by comparing and contrasting specific countries of origin and specific receiving centres for each group in both Canada and the United States. The last chapter focuses on cross border migration between Canada and the United States and the impact that these immigrants have on their new countries.
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