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The good immigrants : how the yellow peril became the model minority
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Éditeur Princeton University Press
Année cop. 2015
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The good immigrants : how the yellow peril became the model minority
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Description
1 vol. (VIII-335 pages) ; 25 cm
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Notes
Bibliogr. p. 313-324. Index
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Autre tirage : 2017
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Classification Dewey
305.895/1073
Contenu
Gateways and gates in American immigration history ; "The Anglo-Saxons of the Orient": student exceptions to the racial bar against Chinese, 1872-1925 ; The China Institute in America: advocating for China through educational exchange, 1926-1937 ; "A pressing problem of interracial justice": repealing Chinese exclusion, 1937-1943 ; The wartime transformation of student visitors into refugee citizens, 1943-1955 ; "The best type of Chinese": aid refugee Chinese intellectuals and symbolic refugee relief, 1952-1960 ; "Economic and humanitarian": propaganda and the redemption of Chinese immigrants through refugee relief ; Symbiotic brain drains: immigration reform and the Knowledge Worker Recruitment act of 1965 ; Conclusion: the American marketplace of brains
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978-0-691-16402-1
0-691-16402-9
978-0-691-17621-5
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