Description: Lecture, three hours. Study of lived experiences of contemporary immigrants and their children. Examination of socioeconomic circumstances, life chances, and outcomes of new second generation. Review of theoretical literature and empirical research on immigration and immigrant adaptation, comparing historical and contemporary trends of immigration and experiences of adult immigrants. Study of immigrant children's experiences, considering patterns, processes, and mechanisms of growing up American and identity formation. Asian immigration and Asian Americans from comparative perspective. P/NP or letter grading.
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