Going North : Migration of Blacks and Whites from the South, 1900-1950
By: Fligstein, Neil.
Contributor(s): Rossi, Peter H.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (247 p.).ISBN: 9781483277677.Subject(s): Rural-urban migration -- United States -- History -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Going North : Migration of Blacks and Whites from the South, 1900—1950DDC classification: 304.8/0975 | 304.80975 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; Going North: Migration of Blacks and Whites from the South, 1900 - 1950; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Migration of Blacks and Whites: An Overview; Economists' Version of American Development and Migration; A General Theoretical and Methodological Discussion; The Causes of the Migration of Blacks and Whites from the South, 1900 - 1950; The Causes of Migration: An Introduction; Structure of the Study; Chapter 2. Agriculture in the South: 1865 - 1900; The Crisis of Southern Agriculture following the Civil War
Crop Liens, Tenant Farming, and the Rise of the MerchantsThe Class Structure of the South; The Role of the World Market and the North; The Dynamics of Southern Agriculture; History in Periodization; The South in 1900; Chapter 3. The Causes of Black and White Migration; Demographic, Sociological, and Economic Approaches; Critique of the Other Approaches; Conceptualization of Migration; Chapter 4. Patterns of Net Migration and Changes in the Social Organization; Chapter 5. The South Stumbles Along, 1900 - 1930; The South from 1900 to 1930: Boom and Bust in the Cotton Belt
The Causes of Migration, 1900 - 1930Chapter 6. Models of the Migration Process, 1900 - 1930; The Operationalization of Relevant Factors; The Model of Migration, 1900 - 1910; The Model of Migration, 1910 - 1920; The Model of Migration, 1920 - 1930; Summary; Chapter 7. Transformation of Southern Agriculture and the Creation of a Surplus Farm Population; 1930 - 1940; 1940 - 1950; The Causes of Migration, 1930 - 1950; Chapter 8. Models of the Migration Process, 1930 - 1950; Operationalization of Relevant Factors; Models of Migration, 1930 - 1940; The Model of Migration, 1940 - 1950; Conclusions
Chapter 9. Net Migration of Blacks and Whites, 1900 - 1950Factors and Their Measures in the Model of Migration, 1900 - 1950; The Model of Migration, 1900 - 1950; Conclusions; Chapter 10. Conclusions and Reflections; Appendix A: Data Sources; Appendix B: Data Structure, Coding, and Comparability; Appendix C: The Measurement of Net Migration; Appendix D: Weighted Least Squares Regression; Appendix E: The Logic behind the Analysis of Chapter 9; References; Index
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