Table of contents for The handbook of international migration : the American experience / Charles Hirschman, Philip Kasinitz, Josh DeWind, editors.


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PART' I THEORIES AND CONCEPTS OF
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
SImmigration Theory for a New
Century: Some Problems and
Opportunities
Alejandro Portes                   21
2 Why Does Immigration Occur?
A Theoretical Synthesis
Douglas S. Masscy                  34
3 The Role of Gender, Households,
and Social Networks in the
Migration Process: A Review
and Appraisal
Patricia K Pessar                  53
4 Matters of State: Theorizing
Immigration Policy
Aristide R, Zolber                 71
o Transmigrants and Nation-States:
Something Old and Something
New in the US, Immigrant
Experience
Nina Glick Schiller                94
6 Theories of International Migration
and Immigration: A Preliminary
Reconnaissance of Ideal Types
Charles Hirschman                 120
PART II IMMIGRpNT ADAPTATION, ASSIMILATION,
AND INCORPORATION
7 Rethinking Assimilation Theory for a
New Era of Immigration
Richard Alba an  Victor  ee       137
8 Toward a Reconciliation of
"Assimilation" and "Pluralism": The
interplay of Acculturation and
Ethnic Retention
Herbert], Gans                     161
9 Assimilation and Its Discon tents:
Ironies and Paradoxes
Riubin G Rumbaut                   172
10 Segmented. Assimilation: Issues,
Controversies, and Recent Research
on the New Second Generation
Meet Zhou                          196
11 Social and Linguistic Aspects of
Assimilation Today
David E. Upez z12
12 Immigrants, Past and Present;
A Reconsideration
Joel Perlmetan and
Roger Waldizger                     3
13 Immigrants' Socioeconoimc Progress
Post-1965: Forging Mobility or
Survival?
Rebeca Raijman and
Martes Tienda                      239
14 The Immigrant Family: Cultural
Legacies and Cultural Changes
Maset Poster                       257
PART III THP AMESIC.AN RLSPONSE
TO IMMIGRMTON
15 Liberty, Coercion, and the Making
of Ameiicans
Gaty Gersde                        275
16 Immigration and Political
Incorporation in the Contemporary
United States
David Plotke                       294
17 Historical Perspectives on the
Economic Consequences of
Immigration into the United States
Susan Rf Carter and Richard Sutch  319
18 Immigration and the Receiving
Economy
Rachel M. Friedberg and
Jennifer Hunt                      342
19 Fiscal Impacts of Immigrants and
the Shrinking Welfare State
77omas j. Espenshade and
Gregory A, Huber                  360
20 Face the Nation: Race, Immi-
gration, and the Rise
of Nadvism in
Late-Twentieth- Century America
George J. Sinchez                 371
21 Instead of a Sequel, or, How I .ost
My Subject
John Highbam                       33
22 Immigration Reform and the
Browning of America: Tensions,
Conflicts, and Community
Instability in Metropolitan Los
Angeles
James H. Johnson Jr., Walter C.
Farrelljr., and Chandr Guinn      390
23 Urban Political Conflicts and
Alliances: New York and Los
Angeles Compared
John Hull Mollnkopf              42
24 U.S. Immigration and Changing
Relations Between African
Americans and LAtinos
Nestor Rodrigez                  423



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: United States Emigration and immigration, Immigrants United States