Immigrants Outside Megalopolis documents the shift of immigrants toward smaller towns and metropolitan areas in the United States, presenting eleven case studies of immigrant groups in widely differing parts of the country. These case studies highlight both the new cultural landscapes that are giving Americans a world geography lesson, and the tales of accommodation and acceptance, of rejection and discrimination, that suggest that the process of social adjustment is not yet complete.
|Book:||Immigrants Outside Megalopolis: Ethnic Transformation In The Heartland|
|Author:||Richard C. Jones|
|Number of Pages:||332|
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