Structuring Diversity: Ethnographic Perspectives on the New Immigration
Through ethnographic research, sociologists and anthropologists explore the interaction of America's newcomers with established residents in six cities. Their analysis highlights the importance of class and power as immigrants interact in the workplace, at home, at school, and in community organizations.
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|Publisher||University Of Chicago Press|
|Number Of Pages||268|
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