Huddled Masses Communication and Immigration
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Description: Migration and immigration are presently taking place at an unprecedented rate around the world. The potential for chaos and crisis for the nations playing host to diverse groups of immigrants and refugees is quite apparent. While in some nations multiculturalism and diversity are praised and being integrated into educational curricula, anti-immigrant sentiment runs high in others.
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Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
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|Fundamental Themes||p. 1|
|Media and the Modern Immigration Experience||p. 3|
|The Neighborhood: About Community and Social Integration||p. 23|
|Adaptation and Preservation: Communication Patterns of African Immigrants in America||p. 59|
|The Greek World of Astoria||p. 77|
|Migration and the United States||p. 99|
|A Pragmatic Analysis of Interlanguage Among Chinese Immigrants||p. 101|
|Chinese Cable Television: Social Activism, Community Service, and Nonprofit Media in New York's Chinatown||p. 121|
|Newspaper Coverage of Korean-Black Tensions and Its Effects on Community Participation Before the 1992 Los Angeles Riots||p. 145|
|Image versus Reality in Korean Americans' Responses to Mass-Mediated Depictions of the United States||p. 165|
|Public Housing and Ethnic Space||p. 189|
|The New Irish and the Media||p. 205|
|Communication and Ethnic Identity in Jewish Immigrant Communities: The Role of the Voluntary Association||p. 221|
|Global Migration||p. 241|
|From Neutrality to Visibility: The Jewish Community of Sarcelles||p. 243|
|Migration Between Countries and Place Attachment||p. 263|
|Migrant Placemaking: A Mode of Communication||p. 285|
|The Ways in Which Communication May Foster or Inhibit Socialization: The Case of Brazilian Immigrants in Japan||p. 301|
|Author Index||p. 329|
|Subject Index||p. 335|
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