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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Models of immigrant political incorporation.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jennifer L Hochschild
|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||Table of Contents ; Authors' Biosketches ; Acknowledgements and Dedication ; Introduction, by the editors ; I. Are Immigrants Distinctive? ; 1. Incorporation versus Assimilation: The Need for Conceptual Differentiation, S. Karthick Ramakrishnan ; 2. Is Incorporation of Unauthorized Immigrants Possible? Inclusion and Contingency for Non-Status Migrants and Legal Immigrants, Maria Lorena Cook ; 3. Tracks of Immigrant Political Incorporation, Christian Joppke ; 4. Ideas and Institutions in Immigrant Political Incorporation, Robert C. Lieberman ; 5. Immigrant Political Incorporation: Beyond the Foreign-Born vs. Native-Born Distinction, Janelle Wong ; II. How Broad Is Politics In Immigrant Political Incorporation? ; 6. Dimensions of Immigrant Political Incorporation, John Mollenkopf ; 7. Culture, Context, and the Political Incorporation of Immigrant-origin Groups in Europe, Rafaela Dancygier ; 8. Structuring Immigrants' Civic-Political Incorporation into the Host Society, Ewa Morawska ; 9. The Importance of Demographic and Social Contexts in Determining Political Outcomes, Monica McDermott ; 10. Thru-ways, By-ways and Cul-de-sacs of Immigrant Political Incorporation, Michael Jones-Correa ; III. How Should One Approach the Topic of Incorporation? ; 11. <"The Great Concern of Government>": Public Policy as Material and Symbolic Resources, Irene Bloemraad ; 12. The Political Economy of Immigrant Incorporation into the Welfare State, Nolan McCarty ; 13. Continuity and Change in the Citizenship Laws of Europe: The Impact of Public Mobilization and the Far Right, Marc Morje Howard ; 14. Political Opportunity Structures and the Mobilization of Anti-Immigrant Actors: Modeling Effects on Immigrant Political Incorporation, Michael Minkenberg ; 15. Behavioral and Attitudinal Components of Immigrant Political Incorporation, Gary Segura ; 16. Assimilation and Political Attitude Tradeoffs, Rahsaan Maxwell ; 17. Moving Up and In: Two Dimensions of Immigrant Political Incorporation, Jennifer Hochschild ; 18. Acquiescence or Transformation? Divergent Paths of Political Incorporation in America, Gary Gerstle ; IV. Rethinking Immigrant Political Incorporation: What Have We Learned, and What Next? Xavier de Sousa Briggs|
|Responsibility:||editors, Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University, Jacqueline Chattopadhyay, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Claudine Gay, Harvard University, Michael Jones-Correa, Cornell University.|
This analytically incisive collection by a superb array of scholars provides an indispensable guide to one of the most fundamental social processes of our time. Anyone interested in the political