During the second half of the Twentieth Century the U.S. experienced a profound demographic transformation. Immigration has become one of the most significant influences on American society. This set will explore the major features of the new immigration, bringing together the major scholarly contributions published in the last decade. and will focus on Latin American, Caribbean and Asian Immigration.
"A worthwhile collection for scholars interested in the field of bilingualism and second-language acquisition.... An accessible and comprehensive collection of previous scholarship, a worthwhile addition to any course on bilingualism, English as a second language, and immigrant studies...."-"Journal of American Ethnic History, Fall 2003