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Capital transformation and immigrant integration
Zhu, Hong Ph.D
Written in English
This research contributes to the development of immigrant integration theory by adding a transformative perspective on human capital. It also integrates the socio-economic perspective into traditional concepts of communicative competence in reference to language training for immigrants. These new perspectives will benefit all stakeholders in immigrant integration and facilitate future research to bridge the gap between II learners" needs and current immigrant educational programs in Canada.From 1997 to 2002, over 750 thousand Independent Immigrants (IIs), one of Canada"s immigrant classes, have come to Canada, and the total number will increase in the coming years (Citizenship and Immigration Canada, 2003). These IIs are mainly professionals. Many reports have revealed that, despite their higher educational qualifications, the Its have suffered unemployment or underemployment in Canada. The barriers preventing utilization of their human capital reportedly exist in nullification or devaluation of foreign educational and professional credentials, the IIs" lack of Canadian work experience, their insufficient official language ability, and Canadian employers" discrimination against immigrants. It is significant to find the reasons for these barriers and to explore ways to overcome them for the purpose of facilitating the IIs" full integration into Canadian society.My 19-month ethnographic study on 39 Chinese Independent Immigrants" (CIIs) integration experience in Toronto, Vancouver, and Regina demonstrates the power of strategic capital transformation in overcoming the barriers to immigrant integration. Using data collected through participant observation, ethnographic and in-depth interviews, and focus groups, I illustrate the roles that market selection in human capital and self-adjustment through strategic capital reinvestment and transformation play in immigrant adaptation. Then, I show the accumulation, effects and transformation of social capital in CIIs" family and social practices. Regarding Independent Immigrants" special needs, I indicate some limitations of immigrant ESL and other education programs. Particularly, I demonstrate the functional roles of language and the symbolic power of linguistic capital throughout CIIs" integration process. On the basis of these findings, I question the static perspective about immigrant human capital, arguing that human capital is mutable and that immigrant integration is a process of strategic capital transformation. Linguistic capital is the key to this whole integration process.
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Related Books. The Future of Microfinance and may facilitate longer-term financial integration. These programs also tend to improve relationships between police and immigrants . This dissertation presents three empirical studies on the distribution and role of social capital among immigrants in the United States. Using data from two national datasets – the New Immigrant Survey (NIS , ) and the Social Capital Community Benchmark Survey (SCCBS ) – it examines the implications of social capital for immigrants’ social and economic integration.
SOCIAL CAPITAL AND MIGRATION. In the migration literature, migrant social capital is commonly understood as information about or direct assistance with migrating provided by prior migrants that decreases the costs of moving for potential migrants (Massey and Espinosa ; Massey and García-España ; Massey and Zenteno ).Potential migrants access these resources through migrant. This paper examines how geographic regions can invest in the human capital and economic advancement of immigrants who are already living in their jurisdictions, to help boost short- and long-term.
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out of 5 stars Great book for anyone curious about the main concepts of immigrant integration in Germany Reviewed in the United States on Decem I gathered some 20 books and other reading material for a political science term paper on the integration of immigrants in Germany and this book was probably the most by: Immigrant integration and social capital formation: evidence from New Zealand A dynamic, but skewed industry: Supply chain relations and working conditions in UK garment manufacturing Beyond social and political approaches of immigration in French Guyana: Sketching a Cited by: Integration and Resistance offers a new theoretical perspective for considering integration.
By focusing on international immigrants and their organisations from a wider perspective the author demonstrates that the threat to social integration does not lie with the immigrants themselves but with global capital.
This introduction, building on the recent economics of cultural transmission, introduces the main conceptual issues which are of relevance to the study of the cultural integration patterns of immigrants and of their interaction with market and non-market outcomes.
More specifically, this chapter briefly discusses the different theories of cultural integration developed in the social : Yann Algan. Klopp examines the issues of immigration, integration, and multiculturalism in Germany, Europe's premier immigration country, through the perspectives of both immigrants and local institutions.
Social work professionals, researchers and students must, therefore, need to be apprised of current thinking, research and discourse in the field of integration. Valtonen familiarizes the reader with the variation in national policies, institutional arrangements and service responses, which all provide rich contrasts and insights into a breadth.
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relationship between social capital and labour market outcomes.3 Without longitudinal data it is difficult to tell if immigrants have fewer or worse employment possibilities than natives because they have fewer personal contacts or if immigrants have more limited personal networks because they are more often unemployed and underemployed.
Suggested Citation:"6 Socioeconomic Dimensions of Immigrant Integration."National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. The Integration of Immigrants into American gton, DC: The National Academies Press.
doi: / Integration of Immigrants”. This project is funded by the European Commission - DG analysis on Social Capital and Immigration as well as theory and research on the transformation of formal education into well-paid characteristics in the labour.
Introduction H uman capital, cultural capital, and social capital are three related terms used in sociology, economics, and other economics the word capital is often used to refer to money, goods, or other tangible (material) financial assets.
In contrast, human capital, cultural capital, and social capital often refer to intangible (non-material) assets that have some sort of value. Integration is a key challenge facing modern society today.
Integration and Resistance offers a new theoretical perspective for considering integration. By focusing on international immigrants and their organisations from a wider perspective the author demonstrates that the threat to social integration does not lie with the immigrants themselves but with global capital and the state.
Social Capital and Immigrants’ Labor Market Integration. With respect to immigration, not only do social networks influence migration decisions (Massey and Espinosa, ), they are also related to migratory outcomes such as settlement patterns, assimilation, and transnational links (Durand et al., ).As for labor market outcomes, immigrants’ employment and earnings remain contingent.
The second book is a July book entitled Indicators of Immigrant Integration that analyzes immigrant and second-generation integration. capital among immigrants in the United States. Using data from two national datasets – the New Immigrant Survey (NIS) and the Social Capital Community Benchmark Survey (SCCBS ) – it examines the implications of social capital for immigrants’ social and economic integration.
Immigration and the Human Capital of Natives Peter McHenry y Version: October Abstract The economics literature has not reached consensus about how much (or even whether) immigration reduces wages among native-born workers.
Area-based stud-ies tend to ﬁnd small if any effects. On the other hand, direct estimates of the elasticity. impact of immigration on advanced economies, and particularly on those in Europe and North America where the popular concerns regarding migration appear to be especially acute.
T his report forms part of a wider series of work in our Citi GPS series where we have looked at complex societal issues that have a. An enduring contribution from the earlier era of immigration was The Polish Peasant in Europe and America, Thomas and Znaniecki’s () pioneering life history study of immigrant adaptation.
The book informed thinking about prior experience coloring personal lives and individual adjustment being embedded in family and community. books, dictionaries, annual reports, and and capital intensive rate responds rather quickly to the changes in GDP per capita and unemployment rate of the youth population in immigration.
New American Dreams. National Immigrant Integration Conference DecemberThe Westgate Las Vegas, NV. A Project of the National Partnership for New Americans. Migration between Mexico and the United States is part of a historical process of increasing North American integration.
This process acquired new momentum with the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement inwhich lowered barriers to the movement of goods, capital.Indonesia.
Indonesia is a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia’s culture, history, government, economy, and society. It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book .The term integration describes more than one group coming together and becoming part of a ant integration, then, involves immigrants becoming a part of the community or society within which they have recently how this is distinct from assimilation, which many people often mistakenly use interchangeably with integration.
Assimilation refers to groups shedding their.