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Unformatted text preview: • Civil Rights Movement Challenges Faced by the “Old” and “New” immigrants OLD (Classic Period) NEW (After 1970)-Different trip to US-Difficult trip to US-Cultural Barriers -Immigration bureaucracy &-Hostility on Jobs restrictions-Physically Demanding Jobs-Racism-Immigration in Poverty-Physically Demanding Jobs-Living in Poverty-Exploitation-Living in Poverty Assimilation for “Old” and “New” Immigrants (Massey’s Theory)-Historical Conditions favoring assimilation-Historical Conditions slowing down -The long hiatus assimilation -Economic boom in the US -Continued Immigration from -Inter-marriage, mixed residence sending countries 10/7/08 Lecture #4-Economic upward mobility-Segmented Labor Market-Assimilation still took generations-Immigrants slow upward mobility-Ethnic Europeans became “White”-Assimilation as 2-way streets...
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- Spring '10
- Chemistry, new immigrants