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Contextual Influences on Immigrant Political Incorporation: Ethnic Concentration and Identity, Citizenship and Behavior

  • Author(s): Le, Loan
  • Advisor(s): Lee, Taeku
  • et al.
Abstract

How do various ethnic and racial contexts influence the adaptation trajectory of individuals from immigrant families? Immigration into the United States has grown rapidly since 1965 and large-scale changes in the demographic makeup of the country are expected to continue. This project focuses on how various contexts--ethnic and racial group concentration in space--affect the social and political incorporation of immigrants into American society.

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