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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ezekiel Umo Ette
|Description:||xii, 191 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Historical and theoretical approaches --
The African immigrant in the United States --
Historical review --
Theoretical analyses of immigration policies --
Meaning-making in the immigration experience --
Stories of immigrants: approaches and relevance in human services --
The men who came as students --
The women who came as wives --
The women who came as students --
Permanent visitors --
Visa lottery winners --
Adaptation and integration into American society --
Tools and resources for adjustment --
Working with Nigerian immigrants --
|Responsibility:||Ezekiel Umo Ette.|
Through the stories of immigrants' experiences coming to the U.S., Ette helps the reader see immigrants as individuals, with their own unique goals, struggles, regrets, and triumphs. The stories of
- Nigerian Americans -- History.
- Nigerians -- United States -- History.
- Nigerians -- United States -- Social conditions.
- Immigrants -- Government policy -- United States.
- Social adjustment -- United States.
- Ethnicity -- United States.
- Nigeria -- Emigration and immigration.
- United States -- Emigration and immigration.
- Emigration and immigration.
- Immigrants -- Government policy.
- Nigerian Americans.
- United States.