The Significance of Race in the Urban Labor Market

A Study of Employers

Published in: Immigrant Life in the U.S.: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives (Routledge Advances in Sociology) / Ed. by Donna R. Gabaccia and Colin Wayne Leach (London: Routledge, 2004), Chapter 10, p. 152-172

Posted on on January 01, 2004

by Nelson Lim

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Explores issues of nationality and citizenship in the context of work and economic issues, and the process by which immigrant status complicates employment, labor, economic relations, and immigrants' experience of themselves as people.

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