Migration and Immigration: A Global View

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TABLES
1.1 Australia: Program Management Structure, 2000-2001 7
1.2 Australia: Boat People, 1999-2000, Status in 2000 10
2.1 Agricultural Products of Brazil 29
2.2 Number of Japanese Immigrants to Brazil, 1988-1996 31
8.1 Number and Destination of Pre- and Post-World War II Japanese Emigrants 117
8.2 Foreign Nationals Living in Japan by Country 120
8.3 Nikkei (Overseas Japanese) Populations in the Mid-1990s 122
11.1 Deployed Land-Based Philippine OCWs to the Middle East and Asia, 1984-1997 164
11.2 Leading Destinations of Philippine OCWs, 1995-1999 165
11.3 Occupational Segregation of Philippine Migrant Workers by Sex, 1997 166
11.4 Reported On-Site Welfare Cases of Philippine OCWs, 1994 169
12.1 Net Migration from Puerto Rico, 1900-1999 179
12.2 Puerto Rican Population in the Continental United States, 1900-2000 180

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Series Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • 1 - Australia 1
  • 2 - Brazil 19
  • 3 - China 35
  • 4 - Cuba 53
  • 5 - France 67
  • 6 - Ghana 81
  • Bibliography 93
  • 7 - Ireland 97
  • 8 - Japan 111
  • 9 - Mexico 129
  • 10 - The Netherlands 147
  • 11 - The Philippines 161
  • 12 - Puerto Rico 177
  • 13 - Tanzania 197
  • 14 - The United States 211
  • Index 233
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