The Geography of Immigrant Labor Markets: Space, Networks, and Gender (The New Americans: Recent Immigration and American Society)

The Geography of Immigrant Labor Markets: Space, Networks, and Gender (The New Americans: Recent Immigration and American Society)

Parks finds that both spatial and social accessibility matter in connecting immigrants to jobs and that gender saliently shapes immigrant labor markets. She shows how geography sustains labor market segregation among immigrants and points to a reciprocal and reinforcing relationship between ethnic residential segregation and ethnic labor market segregation. This relationship is particularly acute for some immigrant women, possibly stemming from their gendered domestic roles and reliance upon neighborhood- and household-based social networks. The collective results of this study illustrate the importance of household, neighborhood, and geography in shaping the gendered immigrant labor markets of Los Angeles.Parks finds that both spatial and social accessibility matter in connecting immigrants to jobs and that gender saliently shapes immigrant labor markets. She shows how geography sustains labor market segregation among immigrants and points to a reciprocal and reinforcing relationship between ethnic residential segregation and ethnic labor market segregation. This relationship is particularly acute for some immigrant women, possibly stemming from their gendered domestic roles and reliance upon neighborhood- and household-based social networks. The collective results of this study illustrate the importance of household, neighborhood, and geography in shaping the gendered immigrant labor markets of Los Angeles.

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Social Studies Geography Help?

Question by maximummax97: Social Studies Geography Help?
For Social Studies my teacher is making us answer geography questions. I NEED some help with it… these are the questions

1. In which state would you NOT find dozens of colleges and universities located in a single metropolitan are– Idaho, California, or Massachusetts?

2. Which state is NOT one of the three smallest in terms of area — Deleware, Rhode Island Or New Mexico

3. In which state would you NOT be able to travel to work by commuter rail — ILLINOIS, South Carolina, or New York

4. Which state due to its northern location, is NOT included in the native range of the cottonmouth snake, also known has the water moccasin — Arkansas, Virginia, or Mane?

5. Which state does NOT have a large number of beef cattle raised on ranches — New Mexico, Wyoming, or Pennsylvania

6. River barges are NOT a vital means of transportation in which state — Iowa, ILLINOIS, or Nevada?

7. Which of the following states was NOT admitted to the union as a state where slavery was legal — California, Alabama, or Louisiana

To answer, Label the number. then put your answer

EXAMPLE

.8 Indiana

THANKS

Best answer:

Answer by gosam777
1 Idaho
2 New Mexico
3 South Carolina
4 Maine
5 Penn
6 Nevada
7 California

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The Geography of Immigrant Labor Markets: Space, Networks, and Gender (The New Americans: Recent Immigration and American Society)

The Geography of Immigrant Labor Markets: Space, Networks, and Gender (The New Americans: Recent Immigration and American Society)

Parks finds that both spatial and social accessibility matter in connecting immigrants to jobs and that gender saliently shapes immigrant labor markets. She shows how geography sustains labor market segregation among immigrants and points to a reciprocal and reinforcing relationship between ethnic residential segregation and ethnic labor market segregation. This relationship is particularly acute for some immigrant women, possibly stemming from their gendered domestic roles and reliance upon neighborhood- and household-based social networks. The collective results of this study illustrate the importance of household, neighborhood, and geography in shaping the gendered immigrant labor markets of Los Angeles.

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