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defense, I will only adduce that the inventory is based on loattempting to tease regularities out of empirical data and thaconsensually agreed upon, it may still provide the basis for usefBecause of rising public interest in immigration, greater priorgiven to the field by the media, foundations, and government agis both a blessing and a curse, as the new availability of resogiven rise to a babel of voices seeking access to them. Applied refunctions, but it can also lead the field astray by focusing on suand bureaucratically defined problems. The pressure for "poresults should not distract us from the painstaking developmentand propositions that alone can advance social science knowleda sound basis for both public understanding of immigration and do not backfire on their original goals.REFERENCESAlba, R. and V. Nee1997 "Rethinking Assimilation Theory for a New Era of Immigration," IntMigration Review, 31(4).Bailey, T. and R. Waldinger1991 "Primary, Secondary, and Enclave Labor Markets: A Training System ApAmerican Sociological Review, 56:432-445.This content downloaded from 147.46.182.251 on Wed, 28 Aug 2019 03:11:09 UTCAll use subject to
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