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Nativity and racial composition
by Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Connecticut in Storrs
Written in English
|Other titles||Population of Connecticut, 1970.|
|Statement||by Kenneth Hadden.|
|Series||Bulletin - Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station ; 424, Bulletin (Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 424.|
|LC Classifications||HB3525.C8 H33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||75620511|
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Chapter 3 begins with a description of the changing racial and ethnic composition of the United States in the post period, when laws governing immigration were radically changed. “This is the new major book about racial residential segregation; one that will influence research in this field for several decades. nativity and. Figure 1. Racial/ethnic composition: United States, Yet, our communities of color continue to face challenges that hinder their full potential. In , 76% of the white working population in the United States earned at least $15 an hour. However, only 59% of working people of color earned at least $15 an hour. 51% of the Latino.
Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to The and censuses did not collect data on the nativity of the respondent's parents. income, education, and racial and ethnic composition would measurably improve this important data set for academic and policy research on immigrants. Current. Date Published: winter Full Text. Edited 4 November Jennifer Hochschild Looking ahead: racial trends in the United States Daedalus, winter In April of , the quarterly newsletter Migration News summarized the most recent data on race and ethnicity from the U.S. Census Bureau: “In , the racial/ethnic makeup of US residents was: White, 69 percent; .
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Get this from a library. Nativity and racial composition: the population of Connecticut, [Kenneth Hadden]. Introduction.
The racial/ethnic composition of the US population has undergone substantial change in recent decades [1, 2].The proportion of the White population in the US declined from % in to % inwhereas the percentage of Black population increased slightly from % to % during the same time period [1, 2].On the other hand, the Hispanic Cited by: Interestingly, though, the racial/ethnic disparities are only modestly influenced with the control for nativity/duration, demonstrating that the observed, rather favorable, elder mortality patterns for Mexican Americans, other Hispanics, and APIs are not solely due to the substantial foreign-born composition of these by: The empirical heart of this book compares immigrant nationality groups with their native-born racial-ethnic counterparts and with native whites.
Comparisons also take into account other important socioeco- nomic and demographic factors of wealth, including human capital, marital status and number of children, life cycle stage, and year. We argue that many sociologists of mental health neglect sociocultural variation—differences in lived experiences that are linked to race, nativity, ethnicity, and cultural influences—when assessing mental health status, when examining considering social statuses as sources of stress, and when selecting predictors to explain variation in Cited by: This paper examines nativity differences in intercounty migration and move distances for U.S.
Asian, Black, Hispanic, and White ethno-racial groups drawing on confidential micro-data samples from the – multiyear ACS. Human capital and spatial assimilation theory guided the research. The analysis shows that net of group differences in individual.
If the nativity-status of Asian, and Central/South American men and women were similar to those of whites, the gender poverty gap within those minority populations would be larger. If, for example Asian men and women had the Nativity composition of white men and women, the gender poverty ratio among Asians would increase by 45%.
Aggregating all American Blacks into a single racial category and comparing them to the non-Hispanic White population provides important data on racial disparities in health.
1 Examining the ethnic heterogeneity among American Blacks, however, facilitates investigating how the social contexts within which different groups of Black individuals live influences their health and.
Seventeen, by Race and Nativity, – Table Children Ages Zero to Seventeen Living in Poverty, by Living Arrangement, Race, and Nativity, – Table Race-Ethnic Composition, Nativity, and Country of Origin of the Older Population (Ages Sixty-Five and Older), to – Racial disparities in mortality exist in the adult Hispanic population.
• The role of race in Hispanic mortality is mediated by nativity status. • Hispanic racial mortality disparities mirror those in the non-Hispanic population.
• White Hispanics have lower mortality than. Unpacking the Drivers of Racial Disparities in School Suspension and Expulsion Author: Jayanti Owens, Sara S. McLanahan Publisher: Social Forces Date: 06/ Url; School suspension and expulsion are important forms of punishment that disproportionately affect Black students, with long-term consequences for educational attainment and other indicators of wellbeing.
Census Year Monographs. Unemployment, Dependency of youth, Rural and urban composition of the Canadian population, Racial origins and nativity of the Canadian people. Numerous studies in the last ten years have investigated racial/ethnic disparities in obesity for young children.
Increasing attention is paid to the influence of neighborhood environments – social and physical—on a variety of young children's health outcomes. Racial and Ethnic Origins, Nativity and the Cognitive Health Trajectories of US Older Adults Weden, M.M., Miles, J.N.V., Escarce, J., Friedman, E., Shih, R.
Research on social disparities in cognitive aging rarely addresses both racial and ethnic origins and nativity. Even less is known about the potential role of neighborhood sociocultural and.
Racial composition has been interpreted as a measure of neighborhood racial context (White and Borrell, ; Zenk et al., ) and higher values are postulated to be related to lower exposure to discrimination, enhanced social cohesion, mutual social support, and a sense of community (Becares et al., ; Halpern, ; Hunt et al., ).
The key exposure was a census-derived measure of the percentage of residents of the same racial/ethnic background in each participant’s census tract. Two-level multilevel models were used to estimate associations of neighborhood racial/ethnic composition with CES-D scores after controlling for age, income, marital status, education and nativity.
The neighborhood race and nativity measures show considerable racial/ethnic and nativity segregation in the neighborhoods where the children in the sample reside.
On average, a black child lives in a neighborhood that is majority black (%) while a white child, on average, lives in a neighborhood that is just % black. Our map presents poverty trajectories and racial/ethnic/nativity composition at the tract level, as well as maps depicting accessibility to healthy, unhealthy, and a composite of both, based on rasterized maps and a network analysis of food types within a quarter-mile walking distance.
In the past, federal standards for collection of racial and ethnic data limited the flexibility of federal statistical and program agencies to collect data reflecting the changing racial and ethnic composition of the U.S.
population. The census marked a radical departure from past practices in the collection of racial data. Contextualizing nativity status, social ties, and ethnic enclaves: Implications for understanding immigrant and Latino health paradoxes The variables included indicators of socioeconomic status, racial/ethnic composition, age composition, family structure, proportion of housing that is owner-occupied, and residential stability.
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