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VIETNAMESE IMMIGRATION.
Problems encountered with survival in U.S. culture for Vietnamese Buddhists. Buddhist spiritual and religious beliefs. The Four Noble Truths. Contrasts Buddhism in Vietnam and the U.S. Social services role of U.S. temples. Issues of economic challenges vs. religious values, acculturation, secular education, employment. Decentralization of religious traditions.
When Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese in 1975, the first wave of Vietnamese immigrants to the US consisted mainly of the residue of South Vietnam's... more
7 pages | 15 sources | 22 citations | MLA citation style

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ATTACHMENT OF KOREAN AMERICANS TO THEIR HOMELAND.
Examines reasons why many Korean Americans maintain a strong attachment to Korea and the Korean way of life. Loyalty to homeland vs. assisimilation into U.S. society. Immigrants belief in the Ameican dream and its material benefits. Problems of learning English, communiction and discrimination. Small business ownership and impact on family life. Lack of deep roots in American society. Growth of Koreatowns.
Korean-Americans maintain a strong attachment to their homeland for a number of reasons, although all of them provide the same benefit--a cohesive... more
7 pages | 3 sources | 11 citations | MLA citation style

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KOREAN AMERICANS AND AMERICAN SOCIETY.
Discusses the value system of Korean Americans. Describes the Korean American community as an extension of its tight family structure. Characteizes Korean Americans as hard working with the goal of achieving economic prosperity, thereby upholding the American economic & social system. Refers to the writings of several Korean immigrants dealing with racist attacks; problems from lack of English proficiency. Assimilation. Legacy of L.A> Riots of 1992.
The Korean American community is bound by values that are derived from the Confucian ethos. From their perspective, education, hard work and family... more
6 pages | 8 sources | 14 citations | MLA citation style

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MIGRATION TO CITIES.
Reasons why immigrants move to cities. Economic opportunities and following relatives. Unequal access. Low socioeconomic status. Adaptive strategies of immigrants to help overcome barriers. Networks. Transnationalism. Paper based on essays in the book URBAN LIFE: READINGS IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF THE CITY.
In cities around the world the influx of migration continues to represent both positive and negative aspects of urban existence. There are many... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 5 citations | APA citation style

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IMPACT OF IMMIGRATION ON LABOR.
Focus on employment in the U.S. Reviews studies on the issue. Positive and negative effects on the U.S. economy, and on women and minorities of immigration. Transnational migration. Economic, political and social effects. U.S. as a destination country. Economic impact on labor force, earnings and employment, growth; effects in agricultural sector.
The issue examined in this research is the impact of immigration on domestic labor markets in the United States. Specific interests of this research... more
11 pages | 20 sources | 27 citations | APA citation style

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DOMINICAN IMMIGRANTS.
Outcomes of their growing number in New York City (NYC). Their lack of education leading to low wage jobs. Problem of language barriers and little assistance from the City. Growing number of Dominican entrepreneurs; bogega owners. Lack of educational opportunity. Large proportion of criminals. Social and ethnic strife among various Hispanic groups. Outline.
DOMINICAN IMMIGRANTS IN NEW YORK CITY
Outline:
Census figures of Dominican immigration to NYC
decade of the 1990s saw 145,000 new... more
4 pages | 6 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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IRISH IMMIGRATION TO NORTH AMERICA.
Reasons for massive immigration. Political relationship of Ireland and Great Britain. Early 17th century migration of Irish people to America as indentured servants. Massive migration of the 19th century caused by British public policy and the potato famine. The terrible conditions crossing the ocean. American negative reaction of the Irish immigrants.
The story of the massive Irish immigration to North America between 1820 and 1924 has its roots in the nature of the relationship between Ireland and... more
11 pages | 11 sources | 32 citations | MLA citation style

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MIGRATION OF LATINO MALES TO U.S.
Economic reasons for legal & illegal migration. Impact on U.S. economy & American workers.
MIGRATION OF LATINO MEN TO THE U.S.: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
Except for a few refugees from Haiti and Castro’s Cuba, the vast majority of... more
9 pages | 11 sources | 15 citations | MLA citation style

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IMMIGRATION TO MIDWEST IN 19TH CENTURY.
Analysis of 2 books on topic: "Immigrant Milwaukee" & "Ethnicity on Parade." Authors' themes & use of primary sources.
This research will examine two books on immigration to the American Midwest in the nineteenth century: Immigrant Milwaukee, 1836-1860, by Kathleen... more
5 pages | 1 sources | 10 citations | MLA citation style

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Japanese & Chinese Experiences as Immigrants in US
Examines similarities & differences in Japanese & Chinese immigrant experiences. The examination is based on accounts written by the children of immigrants. Many 1st & 2nd generation acculturation problems.
INTRODUCTION
The immigrant experience in America has been varied, and those who are of different ethnic or racial backgrounds have had a more... more
7 pages | 5 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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