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Journal of Research on Minority Affairs - coppin.edu/JRMA/
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Description JEMS publishes the results of research on all forms of migration and its
consequences, together with articles on ethnic conflict, discrimination, racism,
nationalism, citizenship and policies of integration. -
ECMI Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe
Description: This electronic journal seeks to make available innovative scholarship, case
studies, reports and materials concerning majority-minority relations in Europe. The
Journal emphasizes research on ethnopolitical tensions and new approaches to the
management of conflict that may result. Access to the contents of JEMIE can be had in
three ways; through analytical categories (conflict prevention, minority rights,
peace-keeping, etc.); geographical focus or by type of publication. The journal features
the four of contributions: Working Papers, Articles, Issue Briefs and Reports -
International journal on minority and group rights
Ethnic minority problems in the Niger Delta
Quaker-Dokubo, C. - African Journals Online
African Journal on Conflict Resolution - inasp.org.uk/ajol/journals/ajcr/vol1no2abs.html#2
Abstract: As a conceptual background typical types of minorities and typical sources of
minority conflict are outlined.
Changing Visions in Ethnic Relations
Abstract: While studies in the twentieth century were focused much on power and social
class, research in the twenty-first century will need to explore cultures, diversity,
conflict and cooperation.
Judging Not Only by Color: Ethnicity, Nativity, and
Michael J. White, Brown University
Sharon Sassier, Ohio State University
Objective. We examine hypotheses derived from theories of structural assimilation
and spatial mobility to study the residential attainment of white ethnics, blacks, Asians,
and Hispanics in the United States. We examine how immigrant status, ethnicity, and
individual and family characteristics predict socioeconomic neighborhood outcome.
Assimilation and ethnic boundaries: Israeli students'
attitudes toward Soviet immigrants.(Statistical Data Included) - Author/s: Shmuel Shamai,
Zinaida Ilatov - The present study examined the attitudes of Israeli students toward new
Soviet immigrants, with the theoretical framework being the sociology of ethnicity and
sociology of education
Is An English Accent All You Need to Succeed In
America? Philadelphia University Sociology Professor Reveals The Privilege Connected With
An English Accent.
Structural Adaptations in Immigrant Congregations. -
Author/s: Helen Rose Ebaugh, Janet Saltzman Chafetz - In this paper we show that immigrant
religious institutions tend to assume many elements of a congregational structure and a
community center model of functioning, characteristics usually not found in their
countries of origin. Based on data from the Religion. Ethnicity, New Immigrants Research
(RENIR) project in Houston, Texas, we found, however, that the two dimensions are distinct
and largely unrelated to one another.