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The Resource Americans abroad : a comparative study of emigrants from the United States, originally coauthored by Arnold Dashefsky, Jan Deamicis, the late Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory, (electronic book)

Americans abroad : a comparative study of emigrants from the United States, originally coauthored by Arnold Dashefsky, Jan Deamicis, the late Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory, (electronic book)

Label
Americans abroad : a comparative study of emigrants from the United States
Title
Americans abroad
Title remainder
a comparative study of emigrants from the United States
Statement of responsibility
originally coauthored by Arnold Dashefsky, Jan Deamicis, the late Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Dashefsky, Arnold
Dewey number
304.8/0973
Index
index present
LC call number
E184.2
LC item number
.A44 2020eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1926-
  • 1941-
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  • Deamicis, Jan
  • Lazerwitz, Bernard Melvin
  • Tabory, Ephraim
  • Woodrow-Lafield, Karen A
  • Gold, Steven J.
  • Graham, David J
  • Waxman, Chaim I.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Americans
  • United States
Label
Americans abroad : a comparative study of emigrants from the United States, originally coauthored by Arnold Dashefsky, Jan Deamicis, the late Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Occupational and Instrumental Factors (Quadrant B)
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes
  • References -- Chapter 2: International Migration: Sociological or Social Psychological Phenomenon? -- Migration and International Migration -- Sociological Versus Social Psychological Explanations -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 3: American Emigration: Past and Present -- Relationship Between Immigration and Emigration -- Emigration: A Parallel to Suicide? -- Overview of Data and Methods -- American Emigration to Australia -- American Emigration to Israel -- American Emigration to Canada -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 4: Motives: Why They Move
Contents
  • Intro -- Foreword -- Preface to the Second Edition -- Preface to the First Edition -- Acknowledgments to the Second Edition -- Acknowledgments to the First Edition -- Contents -- Chapter 1: A Twenty-First Century Introduction to Americans Abroad -- The Context of Studying Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants -- Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants as "Rare Populations" -- Definitions for Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants -- Estimating Americans Living Abroad and US Emigration -- Current Estimates of Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants
  • Estimates of Foreign-Born US Emigrants Living Abroad -- Characteristics of Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants -- Diversity of Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants -- Students -- Military -- Workers -- Retirees -- Famous and Infamous Americans Living Abroad -- Unauthorized Immigration and Emigration or Departure -- Motivations for Emigration -- Dynamics of Adjustment Abroad and Return Migration -- Perceptions of US Population About Living Abroad -- Transnationalism and Diaspora as Applied to Americans Living Abroad -- Trends and Projections for the Future -- Summary and Conclusions
  • Migration Selectivity: Background Characteristics -- Motivation and Migration in Four Quadrants -- Quadrant A-Self-Expressive: Alienation, Adventure, and Identity -- The Yanks in Australia: The Settlers -- The Sojourners -- The Olim -- The Pull of Enhancement -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 5: More on Motives -- Quadrant B-Self-Instrumental -- Working Holidays -- Romance -- Quadrant C-Others-Expressive: Family Ties -- Quadrant D-Others-Instrumental: Service Personnel -- The Views of Those Left Behind -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 6: Adjustments: How They Adapt -- Adjustment in Australia
  • Adjustment in Israel -- Challenges to Adjustment in Four Quadrants -- Work and Housing (Quadrant B) -- Community and Belonging (Quadrant A) -- Family Unity and Solidarity (Quadrant C) -- Service to Others (Quadrant D) -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Toward a Model of the Migration Cycle -- The Model of the Migration Cycle -- Yanks and Olim: Similarities and Differences -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 8: Retention or Reemigration: Why They Remain or Return -- Return Migration -- Cross-Pressures of Remaining or Returning in Four Quadrants -- Marriage, Family, and Children (Quadrant C)
Edition
  • Second edition /
  • with an updated introduction by Arnold Dashefsky, Karen A. Woodrow-Lafield and foreword by Steven J. Gold ; postscripts by David J. Graham, Chaim I. Waxman.
Extent
1 online resource (247 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789402417951
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1148869105
  • (OCoLC)1148869105
Label
Americans abroad : a comparative study of emigrants from the United States, originally coauthored by Arnold Dashefsky, Jan Deamicis, the late Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Occupational and Instrumental Factors (Quadrant B)
Bibliography note
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes
  • References -- Chapter 2: International Migration: Sociological or Social Psychological Phenomenon? -- Migration and International Migration -- Sociological Versus Social Psychological Explanations -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 3: American Emigration: Past and Present -- Relationship Between Immigration and Emigration -- Emigration: A Parallel to Suicide? -- Overview of Data and Methods -- American Emigration to Australia -- American Emigration to Israel -- American Emigration to Canada -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 4: Motives: Why They Move
Contents
  • Intro -- Foreword -- Preface to the Second Edition -- Preface to the First Edition -- Acknowledgments to the Second Edition -- Acknowledgments to the First Edition -- Contents -- Chapter 1: A Twenty-First Century Introduction to Americans Abroad -- The Context of Studying Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants -- Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants as "Rare Populations" -- Definitions for Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants -- Estimating Americans Living Abroad and US Emigration -- Current Estimates of Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants
  • Estimates of Foreign-Born US Emigrants Living Abroad -- Characteristics of Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants -- Diversity of Americans Living Abroad and US Emigrants -- Students -- Military -- Workers -- Retirees -- Famous and Infamous Americans Living Abroad -- Unauthorized Immigration and Emigration or Departure -- Motivations for Emigration -- Dynamics of Adjustment Abroad and Return Migration -- Perceptions of US Population About Living Abroad -- Transnationalism and Diaspora as Applied to Americans Living Abroad -- Trends and Projections for the Future -- Summary and Conclusions
  • Migration Selectivity: Background Characteristics -- Motivation and Migration in Four Quadrants -- Quadrant A-Self-Expressive: Alienation, Adventure, and Identity -- The Yanks in Australia: The Settlers -- The Sojourners -- The Olim -- The Pull of Enhancement -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 5: More on Motives -- Quadrant B-Self-Instrumental -- Working Holidays -- Romance -- Quadrant C-Others-Expressive: Family Ties -- Quadrant D-Others-Instrumental: Service Personnel -- The Views of Those Left Behind -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 6: Adjustments: How They Adapt -- Adjustment in Australia
  • Adjustment in Israel -- Challenges to Adjustment in Four Quadrants -- Work and Housing (Quadrant B) -- Community and Belonging (Quadrant A) -- Family Unity and Solidarity (Quadrant C) -- Service to Others (Quadrant D) -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Toward a Model of the Migration Cycle -- The Model of the Migration Cycle -- Yanks and Olim: Similarities and Differences -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 8: Retention or Reemigration: Why They Remain or Return -- Return Migration -- Cross-Pressures of Remaining or Returning in Four Quadrants -- Marriage, Family, and Children (Quadrant C)
Edition
  • Second edition /
  • with an updated introduction by Arnold Dashefsky, Karen A. Woodrow-Lafield and foreword by Steven J. Gold ; postscripts by David J. Graham, Chaim I. Waxman.
Extent
1 online resource (247 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789402417951
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1148869105
  • (OCoLC)1148869105

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