Refugees in America in the 1990s: A Reference Handbook

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Part I - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - Refugee Resettlement in the United States 3
  • Notes 26
  • References 27
  • Chapter 2 - Patterns in Refugee Resettlement and Adaptation 28
  • Notes 52
  • References 53
  • Part II - The Refugees 61
  • Chapter 3 - Afghans 63
  • Notes 79
  • References 80
  • Chapter 4 - Chinese from Southeast Asia 81
  • Notes 100
  • References 100
  • Chapter 5 - Cubans 102
  • Notes 116
  • References 118
  • Chapter 6 - Eastern Europeans 121
  • References 144
  • Chapter 7 - Ethiopians and Eritreans 147
  • References 168
  • Chapter 8 - Haitians 170
  • References 189
  • Chapter 9 - Hmong 191
  • References 209
  • Chapter 10 - Iranians 213
  • Notes 230
  • References 230
  • Chapter 11 - Khmer 232
  • Notes 252
  • References 253
  • Chapter 12 - Lao 259
  • Notes 275
  • References 275
  • Chapter 13 - Soviet Jews 279
  • Notes 299
  • References 300
  • Chapter 14 Vietnamese 305
  • Notes 324
  • References 325
  • Part III - Comparative Material 329
  • Chapter 15 - The Origins and Initial Resettlement Patterns of Refugees in the United States 331
  • Notes 353
  • Chapter 16 - Public and Political Opinion on the Admission of Refugees 355
  • Notes 370
  • Chapter 17 - Hardening the Heart: The Global Refugee Problem in the 1990s 372
  • Notes 381
  • Chapter 18 - Documentary Films about Refugees 383
  • Notes 394
  • References 396
  • Chapter 19 - An Annotated Introduction to the Literature 397
  • Index 443
  • About the Contributors 463
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