By E. Morawska
This book proposes a brand new theoretical framework for the learn of immigration. It examines 4 significant matters informing present sociological stories of immigration: mechanisms and results of overseas migration, techniques of immigrants' assimilation and transnational engagements, and the difference styles of the second one iteration.
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7 Paradoxically, it was only after they came to America and began to create organized immigrant networks for assistance and self-expression and establish group boundaries as they encountered an often hostile environment that these immigrants developed modern, translocal national identities. The idea of the home-country Fatherland as promulgated by the cultural elites of the then either stateless or recently politically uniﬁed origin-nations of immigrants and emulated by immigrant secular and religious leaders, foreign-language newspapers,8 and (parochial) school textbooks in (im)migrant settlements deﬁned the nation as the primordial, The Experience of Old and New Immigrants 25 encompassing symbolic community and nationalism and national identity as a moral imperative and the exclusive loyalty.
A combination of economic, political, and cultural features of the present-day American society (public declarations of egalitarian pluralism as the societal principle, non-white immigrants’ disproportional entrapment in the underclass of the host-society postindustrial economy, and the inescapability of their color in the accustomed cultural constructions of group membership by the natives) has contributed to the emergence of the ethnic-resilient mode of assimilation. Immigrants’ own skills, orientations, and life-goals or, in the language of the structuration model, their agentic contributions to the multiplication of present-day versus turn-of-the-twentieth-century assimilation patterns have differed in four major aspects.
They can stand what would kill a white man,” Italians’ “dark complexion . . resembles African more than Caucasian hues,” Jews or “furtive Yacoobs . . S. Bureau of the Census, the American Federation of Labour (AFL), and the like, were common. 6 In comparison, the contemporary racism of Americans has been tempered or potentially tempered by the already-noted shift in the ofﬁcial American civic-political ideology accompanied by the institutionalization of practical measures to realize it, including weapons to ﬁght racial discrimination.
A Sociology of Immigration: (Re)Making Multifaceted America by E. Morawska