Lynne Rienner Publishers, December 2010
How do U.S. immigrants, who settle in places with varied political and social characteristics, find a place at the table in local politics? In particular, how do arrivals to smaller, less-established immigrant communities become politically incorporated?
Drawing on rich interview data and cases from across the United States, Kristi Andersen, professor emeritus of political science, compares communities to reveal what types of environments provide opportunities—and challenges—for recent arrivals.
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