Population Diversity

Population Diversity - Immigration Growth in population...

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Immigration Growth in population Increased racial/ethnic diversity Two-tier immigration Assimilation - Cultural Structural
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Population Diversity Representation of various racial, ethnic, religion, and general cultural trait-groups in the population
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Racial/Ethnic Groups African American Hispanics White Asian American Native American
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Population Distribution Chain migration uneven Urbanization Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and Miami have largest concentration of immigrants Conflict between Nativists and new arrivals Conflict among racial/ethnic groups Creation of some ethnic enclaves
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Hispanic American Differences Similarities Time of entry Reason for immigration Level of skills Degree of Assimilation Concern with immigration policy changes Original from a Spanish-speaking country in Latin America Share common traits of religion, language and heritage Regional concentration
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Asian Americans Differences
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2011 for the course SYG 2010 taught by Professor Schwabe during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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