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Migrants to the metropolis : the rise of immigrant gateway cities / edited by Marie Price and Lisa Benton-Short
1st ed
Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, c2008
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  JV6201 .M53 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Emigration and immigration -- Congresses
Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects -- Congresses
Cities and towns -- Congresses
Physical Description xvii, 428 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Note Papers originally presented at a workshop held at George Washington University in January 2006
Includes bibliographical references (p. 377-424) and index
Contents Migrants to the metropolis: the rise of immigrant gateway cites, an introduction / Lisa Benton-Short and Marie Price -- Urban immigrant gateways in a globalizing world / Marie Price and Lisa Benton-Short -- New York City: America's classic immigrant gateway / Nancy Foner -- Sydney: the globalization of an established immigrant gateway / Graeme Hugo -- DiverCity Toronto: Canada's premier gateway city / Lucia Lo -- The non- "global city" of Birmingham, UK: a gateway through time / Cheryl McEwan, Jane Pollard, and Nick Henry -- Amsterdam: a multicultural gateway? / Annemarie Bodaar -- Gateway Singapore: immigration policies, differential (non)incorporation, and identity politics / Brenda S.A. Yeoh and Natalie Yap -- Washington, D.C.: from biracial city to multiethnic gateway / Elizabeth Chacko -- Dublin: an emerging gateway / Mary Gilmartin -- Mean streets: Johannesburg as an emergent gateway / Jonathan Crush -- In the margins of Riyadh: Indonesian domestic workers in Saudi Arabia / Rachel Silvey -- Immigrants and natives in Tel Aviv: what's the difference? / David Bartram -- Keeping the gateway shut: regulating global city-ness in Seoul / Yeong-Hyun Kim -- São Paulo: historic immigrant gateway to contemporary emigrant outpost / Emily Skop and Sarah Zell
Series Space, place, and society
Alternate Author Price, Marie
Benton-Short, Lisa

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