Invisible Sojourners

Invisible Sojourners

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Arthur examines the forces that have shaped recent African migration to the United States, looking at the characteristics of the African immigrant population, residential and settlement patterns, family and household structure, labor force participation, and pathways to American citizenship. The meanings of the migratory process as well as relationships with the dominant society, and intra immigrant associative networks also are analyzed.African Immigrant Diaspora in the United States John A. Arthur ... fees, and register the prospective migrant for the Scholastic Aptitude Test and the Test of English as a Foreign Language. ... This factor explains, in part, the stream of Ghanaians who flocked to Nigeria to work in various capacities at the height of the oil boomanbsp;...

Title:Invisible Sojourners
Author: John A. Arthur
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 2000-01-01

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