This volume introduces the reader to an important set of newcomers to America. Two overview chapters introduce the U.S. refugee program and the general patterns in resettlement and adaptation. The heart of the book includes chapters on the largest ...
refugee groups who have settled in the United States since World War II, including Afghans, ethnic Chinese from Southeast Asia, Cubans, Eastern European refugees, Ethiopians and Eritreans, Haitians, Hmong, Iranians, Khmer, Lao, Soviet Jews, and Vietnamese. The final chapters provide additional comparative documentation of the refugee experience, a review of documentaries on refugee adaptation, and an extensive annotated bibliography.
Number of pages: 480
Date of publication: 17/07/1996
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