Principal Investigator(s): Oh, Sookhee
Summary: Immigrant communities have been an indispensable element of United States metropolitan life, often playing the role of a way station on a long journey of assimilation. Reflecting this, a linear spatial assimilation theory asserts that immigrants settle initially in a segregated urban ethnic enclave and disperse as they achieve economic, social, and cultural assimilation. The growth of suburban immigrant communities over the last couple of decades, however, challenges this traditional notion; sub... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR23545.v1
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