Review symposium: Generational succession in the Big Apple

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Title: Review symposium: Generational succession in the Big Apple
Author: Alba, Richard; Foner, Nancy; Kasinitz, Philip; Kivisto, Peter; Mollenkopf, John H.; Rumbaut, Rubén G.; Waters, Mary C.

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Citation: Alba, Richard, Nancy Foner, Philip Kasinitz, Peter Kivisto, John H. Mollenkopf, Rubén G. Rumbaut, and Mary C. Waters. 2010. “Review Symposium: Generational Succession in the Big Apple.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 33 (2) (February): 336–357. doi:10.1080/01419870903398161.
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Abstract: Inheriting the City presents the results of a major research project on the children of immigrants in New York City, focusing on eight groups, five of which are immigrant groups: Dominicans; South Americans from Colombia, Ecuador and Peru; English-speaking West Indians; the Chinese; and Russian Jews. The three comparison groups are native whites, native blacks, and Puerto Ricans. The symposium allowed three critics who have followed this project from its earliest phases to assess the results and the authors to respond to the issues raised by their commentaries.
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