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249 Index Boldface numbers refer to figures and tables. Abraham, Sara, 221n5 Abric, Jean-Claude, 116 accent prestige theory, 175 acculturation bumpy line theory, 134 fit between host and immigrant beliefs regarding, 62–65 interactive acculturation model, 62–65 the melting pot (see melting pot, image of) taxonomy of positions regarding, 59 views on held by hosts, 58–60 views on held by immigrants, 60–62 See also assimilation theory; identity negotiation acculturative stress, 203–4 Adams, James Truslow, 30 adhesive assimilation, 135 African-Americans attitudes regarding immigrants, 46 attitudes regarding immigration, 44–45 disadvantage compared to whites, perception of, 158–59 ethnic and national identity combined in, 94 as ethnic group label, 98–99 expectations of discrimination, impact on student performance of, 85–86 hierarchy of color, position on, 56 ideology endorsed by, 117 immigrant economic competition, perception of, 49 race consciousness of in the U.S., 185–86 social diversity and inequality, acceptance of, 161–67 stereotypical epithets attached to, 69 variation of ethnic meaning within, 115 West Indian immigrants and, 173–88, 197–201 Afro-Caribbean immigrants. See West Indian immigrants/immigration Alba, Richard, 110–11, 133, 137–38, 140, 162 Allen, Irving Lewis, 69, 75 American Coalition of Patriotic Societies, 17 Anzaldua, Gloria, 120 Arab-Americans, 88 Ashmore, Richard, 99, 107 Asian-Americans attitudes regarding immigrants, 46 250 Index attitudes regarding immigration, 45 as ethnic group label, 98 hierarchy of color, position on, 56 positive bias experienced by students , impacts of, 83–84 stereotypes attached to, changes in, 87–88 Asian immigration anti-Chinese provisions of Canadian immigration policy, 33 anti-Chinese provisions of U.S. immigration policy, 14–15 growth in, 23 assimilation theory, 29–30 basic models, 131–33 critiques of and variations on, 133–41 dimensions of, 132 incorporation, model of, 136 longevity and limitations of, 129–30 the melting pot as dominant image of (see melting pot, image of) multiplicity of ethnic identities and, 120–21 segmented, 135–36, 154 straight-line, 133–35, 137–38 See also acculturation attitudes/beliefs, 40–41 on acculturation (see acculturation) anti-immigrant in Europe and Australia, 41 contradictory in Germany, 37 economic threats as reasons for, 47–51 equality, the value of, 57–58 ethnic stereotypes and, 46–47 (see also stereotypes) immigrants in the U.S., 45–47 immigration policy in the U.S., 42–45 patterns of, 41–47 political (see political ideology) quality of life and symbolic values as reasons for, 51–54 reasons for unfavorable toward immigration, 47–58 skill discounting as manifestation of prejudice, 209–10 social dominance orientation and, 56–57 status hierarchies as reason for, 54–58 surveys of public opinion (see public opinion surveys) West Indian immigrants, regarding, 172–79 Bankston, Carl L., III, 116, 136 Basch, Linda, 190 Batalova, Jeanne, 1 Bean, Frank D., 1, 102, 136 behavioral involvement, 110–14, 189–91 Benet-Martínez, Verónica, 121–22 Berlin, Isaiah, 66, 79 Berry, John, 59, 61–63, 121, 157, 219n4–5 bias. See discrimination; prejudice; stereotypes bicultural identity integration, 121–22 Bikmen, Nida, 117 blacks. See African-Americans Bobb, Vilna, 184, 189, 193–96 Bobo, Lawrence, 107 Boneva, Bonka, 144 Bourhis, Richard, 30, 62, 64, 218n6 Bourne, Randall, 28 Braly, Kenneth, 72–74, 79, 89 Branscombe, Nyla, 109 Breakwell, Glynis, 104, 110 Breton, Raymond, 35 Brewer, Marilynn B., 156, 180 Britain, West Indian immigration to, 170–72 Asian-Americans (cont.) Index 251 Brown, Rupert, 60–62 bumpy line theory of acculturation, 134 Burgess, Ernest W., 131–33, 137 Bush, George W., 205 Butterfield, Sherri-Ann P., 168, 179, 183–86, 193, 200, 221n4 Buunk, Bram, 60–61 California, voter propositions aimed at immigrants, 207–9 Campbell, Donald, 29, 77–78 Canada acculturation, immigrant views on, 61 attitudes towards West Indian immigrants in, 174 as comparative case history, 31–36 diversity, endorsement of in government policies, 52 employment conditions, impact of immigrants on, 51 ethnic and national identity in, 93–94 multiculturalism in, 34–35 policy and demography in the immigration history of, 31–33 social disadvantage and immigrant belief in collective action, 162–63 social dominance orientation and attitudes toward immigration, relationship between, 57 social representations in, 6, 33–35 West Indian immigration to, 170 Canadian Immigration Act of 1906, 33 Casares, Oscar, 97 Chavez, Leo, 43, 212 China anti-Chinese provisions of Canadian immigration policy, 33 anti-Chinese provisions of U.S. immigration policy, 14–15 attitudes regarding immigrants from, 46, 69 changes in stereotypes regarding, 87, 89 movements of people, observation...

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9781610441537
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9780871540867
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OCLC
794701253
Pages
272
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2012-01-01
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English
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