Chinese Immigration and Assimilation
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A review of an article reporting a study of the extent of Chinese assimilation and acculturation in greater New York, as of 1980 Census, including comments about the possible lines of research development.
From the Paper:"Three research questions addressed by Zhou and Logan are stated in the first paragraph of their paper on residential mobility by residents of Chinatown in New York City; the question of the overall scale of segregation of New York's Chinese from other social groups, the degree to which decentralization and suburbanization, i.e. moving out of Chinatown, are linked to lower-level segregation, and the characteristics of individual householders that are linked to decentralization and the general residential direction that these characteristics make them point. Noting that previous studies of ethnic-minority..."
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