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Migration Past, Migration Future

Germany and the United States

Edited by Klaus J. Bade and Myron Weiner

176 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-57181-125-7 $120.00/£85.00 Hb Published (August 1997)

ISBN  978-1-57181-407-4 $27.95/£19.00 Pb Published (August 2001)

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"... useful and readable summaries of research completed in the last two decades."  · Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

The United States is an immigrant country. Germany is not. This volume shatters this widely held myth and reveals the remarkable similarities (as well as the differences) between the two countries. Essays by leading German and American historians and demographers describe how these two countries have become to have the largest number of immigrants among advanced industrial countries, how their conceptions of citizenship and nationality differ, and how their ethnic compositions are likely to be transformed in the next century as a consequence ofmigration, fertility trends, citizenship and naturalization laws, and public attitudes.

Klaus J. Bade is the Chair for modern history and director of the Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS) at thge University of Osnabrück.

Myron Weiner is Ford International Professor of Political Science at the Massachussets Institute of Technology and former director of the MIT Center for International Studies.

Series: Volume 1, Migration & Refugees
Subject: Refugee & Migration Studies
Area: Germany North America

LC: JV6483 .M54 1997

BL: YC.2002.a.15649

BISAC: SOC007000 SOCIAL SCIENCE/Emigration & Immigration; LAW032000 LAW/Emigration & Immigration

BIC: JFFN Migration, immigration & emigration; LNDA1 Immigration law


Chapter 1. From Emigration to Immigration: the German Experience in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
K. Bade

Chapter 2. An Immigration Country of Assimilative Pluralism: Immigrant Reception and Absorption in American History
R. Ueda

Chapter 3. Changing Patterns of German Immigration, 1945-1994
R. Münz and R. Ulrich

Chapter 4. The Changing Demography of U.S. Immigration Flows: Patterns, Projections, and Contexts
F. D. Bean, R. G. Cushing and C. W. Haynes

Notes on Contributors

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