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Immigrant Labor


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Immigrant Labor

Immigrant Labor

Building the Labor-Clergy-Immigrant Alliance

Gender and Labor in Asian Immigrant Families

Labor Markets and Economic Incorporation among Recent Immigrants in Europe

Asian Immigrants' Reliance on Social Ties in a Multiethnic Labor Market*

Low-Skilled Immigrants and the US Labor Market

Gender, Source Country Characteristics, and Labor Market Assimilation among Immigrants

Migrant Networks and Labor Market Integration of Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union in Germany

Social Policy and Perceived Immigrant Labor Market Competition in Europe: Is Prevention Better Than Cure?

Reinventing Free Labor: Immigrant Padrones and Contract Laborers in North America, 1885–1925

Why Citizens Prefer High- Over Low-Skilled Immigrants. Labor Market Competition, Welfare State, and Deservingness

Immigrants, Labor Markets, and the State, a Comparative Approach: France and the United States, 1880–1930

Susan Glenn, Daughters of the Shtetl: Life and Labor in the Immigrant Generation. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1990. 312 pp.

Ruth Milkman L.A. Story: Immigrant Workers and the Future of the U.S. Labor Movement. New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 2006

L.A. Story: Immigrant Workers and the Future of the U.S. Labor Movement By Ruth Milkman Russell Sage Foundation, 2006. 244 pages. $27.50 (paper)

Immigrants, Unions, and the New U.S. Labor Market By Immanuel Ness Temple University Press, 2005. 230 pages. $59.50 (cloth); $21.95 (paper)

Science at the Borders: Immigrant Medical Inspection and the Shaping of the Modern Industrial Labor Force. By Amy L Fairchild (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003. xiii plus 385 pp.)

 

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At least since the 1840s, when Irish American workers replaced the native-born “factory girls” of Lowell, Massachusetts, immigrants have loomed large in the American working classes. This was especially true ...

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