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Crossing Cultural Borders Education for Immigrant Families in America

Crossing Cultural Borders: Education for Immigrant Families in America

1st Edition

By Concha Delgado-Gaitan, Henry Trueba
April 15, 2024

Crossing Cultural Borders (1991) examines the day-to-day interaction of immigrant children with adults, siblings and peers in the home, school and community at large as these families demonstrate their skill in using their culture to survive in a new society. Children of Mexican and Central ...

A Land of Dreams A Study of Jewish and Caribbean Migrant Communities in England

A Land of Dreams: A Study of Jewish and Caribbean Migrant Communities in England

1st Edition

By Simon Taylor
February 15, 2024

A Land of Dreams, first published in 1993, explores two events in recent English history: the settlement of East European Jews in the East End of London, and the growth of an African-Caribbean community in Birmingham. It is an ethnographic study of two first-generation migrant communities, built ...

Asia's Population Problems With a Discussion of Population and Immigration in Australia

Asia's Population Problems: With a Discussion of Population and Immigration in Australia

1st Edition

Edited By S. Chandrasekhar
October 15, 2022

Asia's Population Problems (1967) features papers written by specialists – demographers, economists and sociologists – examining the various population issues facing different Asian countries in the decades following the Second World War. Population facts and policies, apart from affecting an ...

Colonial Immigrants in a British City A Class Analysis

Colonial Immigrants in a British City: A Class Analysis

1st Edition

By John Rex, Sally Tomlinson, David Hearnden, Peter Ratcliffe
October 15, 2022

Colonial Immigrants in a British City (1979) analyses the relationship between West Indian and Asian immigrants and the class structure of a British city. Based on a four-year research project in the Handsworth area of Birmingham, the book is a study of race and community relations – political, ...

Cultural Conflict and Adaptation The Case of Hmong Children in American Society

Cultural Conflict and Adaptation: The Case of Hmong Children in American Society

1st Edition

By Henry T. Trueba, Lila Jacobs, Elizabeth Kirton
October 15, 2022

Cultural Conflict and Adaptation (1990) examines the alienation and cultural conflicts faced at school by the children of a small group of Hmong who have settled in La Playa, California. The educational process for these children is an example of cultural conflict and adjustment patterns which may ...

Geography & Ethnic Pluralism

Geography & Ethnic Pluralism

1st Edition

Edited By Colin Clarke, David Ley, Ceri Peach
October 15, 2022

Geography & Ethnic Pluralism (1984) examines the debate around pluralism – the segmentation of population by race and culture – as a social and state issue, and explores this issue in Third World and metropolitan contexts. The field is opened up by a re-examination of the seminal work of J.S. ...

Healing Multicultural America Mexican Immigrants Rise to Power in Rural California

Healing Multicultural America: Mexican Immigrants Rise to Power in Rural California

1st Edition

By Henry T. Trueba, Cirenio Rodriguez, Yali Zou, José Cintrón
October 15, 2022

Healing Multicultural America (1993) looks at a group of Mexican immigrants who managed to understand and use the US democratic system to gain access to the ‘American Dream’. The book aims to assist its readers to understand the significance of the politics of education for ethnic minorities. The ...

Immigration in Post-War France A Documentary Anthology

Immigration in Post-War France: A Documentary Anthology

1st Edition

Edited By Alec G. Hargreaves
October 15, 2022

Immigration in Post-War France (1987) presents a collection of articles, illustrations and other data, covering everything from politics and education to religion and rock music, that examine the experience of North African immigrants to France. The extensive selection of documents include opinion ...

Jamaican Migrant

Jamaican Migrant

1st Edition

By Wallace Collins
October 15, 2022

Jamaican Migrant (1965) is the honest and moving recollection of a Jamaican cabinet-maker who emigrated to a new life in Britain. This is the book of a man who has been through the whole story in his own life – childhood in a large and humble Jamaican family, apprenticeship there, the journey to ...

Labouring Children British Immigrant Apprentices to Canada, 1869–1924

Labouring Children: British Immigrant Apprentices to Canada, 1869–1924

1st Edition

By Joy Parr
October 15, 2022

Labouring Children (1980) is a study of child immigrants, based on numerous original sources, and presents new views on childhood, social work and Canadian rural communities. Between 1868 and 1925 eighty thousand British boys and girls, mostly under fourteen, were apprenticed as agricultural ...

Lost Illusions Caribbean Minorities in Britain and the Netherlands

Lost Illusions: Caribbean Minorities in Britain and the Netherlands

1st Edition

Edited By Malcolm Cross, Han Entzinger
October 15, 2022

Lost Illusions, first published in 1988, analyses the differing experiences of Caribbean migration to Britain and the Netherlands, both from the perspectives of the countries and from the migrants themselves. The editors have compiled a volume of in-depth articles from experts from Britain and the ...

Migrant Labour in Europe, 1600–1900 The Drift to the North Sea

Migrant Labour in Europe, 1600–1900: The Drift to the North Sea

1st Edition

By Jan Lucassen
October 15, 2022

Migrant Labour in Europe (1987) examines the movement of workers from less prosperous parts of Europe to areas with demand for their services. The author identifies seven major systems of migrant labour: the North Sea System (mainly Westphalian workers heading for the German and Dutch North Sea ...

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