[URBANTH-L] Cites needed on 1.5 generation and immigrants' dual frame of reference

Davide Pero Davide.Pero at nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Nov 7 15:14:25 EST 2008

Dear Sarah, 

We just published a paper by Dorothy Zinn in our new Working Papers Series on aspects of their organising in Italy (follow the link in the signature below). 

+ the work of David Parker (in JEMS) in the UK and Susanne Wessendorf (Switzerland) (in Social Anthropology + COMPAS working papers) 


Dr Davide Però
Identity, Citizenship and Migration Centre
School of Sociology & Social Policy
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham NG7 2RD
T: +44 (0)115 951 5238
E: davide.pero at nottingham.ac.uk 


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Subject: [URBANTH-L] Cites needed on 1.5 generation and immigrants' dual frame of reference


A student of mine is having difficulty finding articles/references on 1.5 generation immigrants (ones appropriate for undergraduate paper) and also if anyone has written about immigrants' dual frame of reference especially regarding 1.5 generation.  Please help by sending references to me.

Thank you!  Sarah Mahler

Sarah J. Mahler
Transnational & Comparative Studies Center
 and Associate Professor, 
Dept. Sociology/Anthropology
DM 368
Florida International University
Miami, FL 33199
(o) 305.348.6561
(fax) 305.348.6562
email:  mahlers at fiu.edu

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