Immigration and the Family: Research and Policy on U.s. Immigrants

Immigration and the Family: Research and Policy on U.s. Immigrants

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ISBN-13: 9781136492549
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/12/2012
Series: Penn State University Family Issues Symposia Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 316
File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface. Part I: Who Migrates, and How Does It Affect Family Outcomes? R.G. Rumbaut, Ties That Bind: Immigration and Immigrant Families in the United States. L. Jensen, Y. Chitose, Immigrant Generations. G. Jasso, Migration and the Dynamics of Family Phenomena. M.C. Waters, Immigrant Families at Risk: Factors That Undermine Chances for Success. Part II: How Does the Migration Experience Affect Child and Adolescent Development? C.G. Coll, K. Magnuson, The Psychological Experience of Immigration: A Developmental Perspective. L.M. Laosa, Research Perspectives on Constructs of Change: Intercultural Migration and Developmental Transitions. M.L. de Leon Siantz, Factors That Impact Development Outcomes of Immigrant Children. Part III: How Do Family Structure and Process Change Across Succeeding Generations? R. Buriel, T. De Ment, Immigration and Sociocultural Change in Mexican, Chinese, and Vietnamese American Families. C. Hirschman, Understanding Family Change Across Generations: Problems of Conceptualization and Research Design. N. Kibria, The Concept of "Bicultural Families" and Its Implications for Research on Immigrant and Ethnic Families. G.R. Sodowsky, E.W.M. Lai, Asian Immigrant Variables and Structural Models of Cross-Cultural Distress. Part IV: What Policies Enhance or Impede Immigrant Family Links to U.S. Institutions? M. Fix, W. Zimmermann, Immigrant Families and Public Policy: A Deepening Divide. S.M. Bianchi, Whither the 1950s? The Family and Macroeconomic Context of Immigration amd Welfare Reform in the 1990s. B.L. Lowell, Immigrant Integration and Pending Legislation: Observations on Empirical Projections. N.S. Landale, Immigration and the Family: An Overview.

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