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The Mobility of Workers Under Advanced Capitalism: Dominican Migration to the United States

by Ramona Hernandez Columbia University Press (February 27, 2002)

What explains the international mobility of workers from developing to advanced societies? Why do workers move from one region to another? Theoretically, the supply of workers in a given region and the demand...

Sociology and Social Policy

by Herbert J. Gans Columbia University Press (September 05, 2017)

This collection of recent essays by the influential sociologist Herbert J. Gans brings together the many themes of Gans's wide-ranging career to make the case for a policy-oriented vision of sociology. Sociology...

Immigrant and Refugee Children and Families: Culturally Responsive Practice

by Alan J. Dettlaff & Rowena Fong Columbia University Press (May 31, 2016)

Designed for students of social work, public policy, ethnic studies, community development, and migration studies, this textbook provides the best knowledge for culturally responsive practice with immigrant...

The Immigrant Other

by Rich Furman, Greg Lamphear & Douglas Epps Columbia University Press (March 01, 2016)

Absent from the debate over immigration policy is an unambiguous portrait of that policy's effect on human lives. Each chapter in this anthology pairs a description of specific state, national, and transnational...

Transnational Social Work Practice

by Nalini Junko Negi & Rich Furman Columbia University Press (August 22, 2010)

A growing number of people& dash;immigrants, refugees, asylum-seekers, displaced individuals and families& mdash;lead lives that transcend national boundaries. Often because of economic pressures, these individuals...