Asian and Hispanic Immigrant Women in the Work Force: Implications of the United States Immigration Policies Since 1965

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Taylor & Francis, 1997 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
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Utilizes data from the Current Population Survey to describe migration patterns and to compare the labor market adaptation experiences of women who migrated with their families and women who migrated independently. Also examines the systematic differences in migration patterns by country of origin,
 

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Contents

Female 1mmigration Selectivity and Settlement
9
1mmigration Policy Family Reunification
39
Research Design
61
Sources of Data and 1mputations
93
Results and Discussion
159
Summary and Conclusion
267
References
275
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