Still the Promised City? African-Americans and New Immigrants in Postindustrial New York
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Description: This text addresses the question of why African-Americans have fared so poorly in securing unskilled jobs in the postwar era and why new immigrants have done well. It examines the changing relationships among race, immigration and social mobility.
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Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 11/15/1999
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|The New Urban Reality|
|People and Jobs|
|The Ethnic Division of Labor Transformed|
|The Making and Remaking of the Ethnic Niche|
|Who Gets the "Lousy" Jobs?|
|Who Gets the Good Jobs?|
|The Ethnic Politics of Municipal Jobs|
|Small Business: The Interplay of Economy and Ethnicity|
|Beyond Black and White|
|Field Research Methods|