Asian Immigration.Outline for Blackboard.Chp2

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    Asian Immigration Chapter 2
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    First Wave of Asian  Immigrants 1850-1882: Chinese immigrants 1882: Chinese Exclusion Act Ban on Asian immigration Immigration Act of 1965 Asian Immigration: 3 periods
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    3 Periods of Asian  Immigration (a) Old Immigration Period (1850-1942) (b) Intermediate Period (1943-1964) (c) Contemporary Period (1965 to now)
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    Theories Useful to Understanding   Asian Immigration: 4 factors (a) Push-Pull factors (b) Immigration Policy of US and  Emigration Policy of each Asian country (c) Military, Political, and Economic  linkages between US and countries  (d) Globalization, ease of population  movements
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    (a) Push-Pull Theory Pull: Individual immigrants’ motivation Push: Economic difficulties caused by host of factors Has to do with how many people could  come to the US, as determined by the  US and the respective host countries
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    Immigration Policy: US and Asian  Governments Chinese Exclusion Act 1882-1943 Asian Exclusion Act of 1924 1.4 million Indo-Chinese refugees after  the fall of Vietnam in 1975
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    Military, Political, and Economic  linkages between US and other  countries US military presence in Japan, S.  Korea, Philippines, brought war brides
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    Globalization, ease of  population movements International migration linked to the  development of the global economic  system in which non-capitalist societies  gradually being inserted into global  markets: e.g., Target , and Pier 1 Import 
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