Households, migration and labor market participation: the adaptation of Mexicans to life in the United States.
- Author(s): Chavez, LR
- et al.
An examination of data collected from Mexican immigrants in San Diego, California, reinforces the theoretical position that the formation of extended family and other non-nuclear family households serves as an important mechanism in migrant adaptation to the U.S. labor market and U.S. society in general. -from Author