Twenty-first-century gateways : immigrant incorporation in suburban America / Audrey Singer, Susan W. Hardwick, Caroline B. Brettell, editors.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooksJames A. Johnson metro series: Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, ©2008Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 331 pages) : illustrations, mapsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0815779283; 9780815779285Subject(s): Immigrants -- United States | Social integration -- United States | Suburbs -- United States | Metropolitan areas -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Twenty-first-century gateways.DDC classification: 305.9/069120973 LOC classification: JV6475 | .T94 2008Other classification: 74.94 | 71.37 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Foreword / Henry Cisneros -- Acknowledgments -- Twenty-first-century gateways : an introduction / Audrey Singer -- Toward a suburban immigrant nation / Susan W. Hardwick -- "Big D" : incorporating new immigrants in a sunbelt suburban metropolis / Caroline B. Brettell -- Diverging trajectories : Asian and Latino immigration in metropolitan Phoenix / Alex Oberle and Wei Li -- Unsettled in the suburbs : Latino immigration and ethnic diversity in metro Atlanta / Mary E. Odem -- Edge gateways : immigrants, suburbs, and the politics of reception in metropolitan Washington / Marie Price and Audrey Singer -- Immigrant space and place in suburban Sacramento / Robin Datel and Dennis Dingemans -- Impediments to the integration of immigrants : a case study in the Twin Cities / Katherine Fennelly and Myron Orfield -- "Placing" the refugee diaspora in suburban Portland, Oregon / Susan W. Hardwick and James E. Meacham -- Austin : immigration and transformation deep in the heart of Texas / Emily Skop and Tara Buentello -- The "Nuevo South" : Latino place making and community building in the middle-ring suburbs of Charlotte / Heather A. Smith and Owen J. Furuseth -- Afterword : coming to terms with federal and local immigration reform / Audrey Singer, Susan W. Hardwick, and Caroline B. Brettell.
"Focuses on the fastest-growing immigrant populations among "second-tier" metropolitan areas. Examines the changes wrought by these new suburban settlement patterns and provides comparative analysis of immigration trends and local policy responses in these gateways. Case examples explore the challenges of newcomer integration, as well as immigration's impact on suburban infrastructure"--Provided by publisher.
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CHOICE ReviewOne of the most significant trends in US communities is the growth of immigrant populations in suburban areas. This pattern is particularly important for a number of southern, western, and midwestern cities that have not historically been sites of immigrant settlement. This anthology is among the best on this subject, and will be widely read. Among its numerous topics, the book examines how economic development, housing costs, residential segregation, and local government policy shape the formation of immigrant communities in cities such as Atlanta, Austin, Sacramento, and Minneapolis-St. Paul. Chapter authors are recognized experts in their fields. Especially commendable is that they wisely distinguish between immigrants and refugees. Maps, photographs, and simple graphs and tables provide excellent visuals and enhance the text. The writing is jargon free and well edited, making the volume accessible to all relevant audiences. Students will appreciate the superb organization of each chapter. Faculty will identify national and regional trends relevant to their research. Policy makers, particularly at the city and county levels, will gain insights into government programs that have succeeded or failed to facilitate the local incorporation of immigrants. Summing Up: Highly recommended. All levels/libraries. J. Hein University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire
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Audrey Singer is a senior fellow in Metropolitan Policy at the Brookings Institution. Susan W. Hardwick is a professor of geography at the University of Oregon and senior research fellow at the Vancouver Metropolis Center. Caroline B. Brettell is the Dedman Family Distinguished Professor in the department of anthropology at Southern Methodist University and Dean ad Interim of Dedman College.