«Социальная политика и социология» Архив 2015


СОЦИАЛЬНЫЕ СТРУКТУРЫ, СОЦИАЛЬНЫЕ ИНСТИТУТЫ И ПРОЦЕССЫ.

Вглядываясь в «этническое» сообщество: отличия характеристик интеграции в «земляческо-родственные» и «национальные» круги (на примере мигрантов из Кыргызстана в Москве) / Peering into «ethnic» community: integration in performance differences

Автор/Author: Е.А. Варшавер, А.Л. Рочева / E.A. Varshaver, A.L. Rocheva

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social relations // Loury G.C., Modood T. and Teles S.M. (eds.) Ethnicity, social mobility and public

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and social capital of migrants in Berlin // Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 2004. Vol.

30. № 3. P. 491–507.

7. Brubaker R. Ethnicity without groups // European Journal of Sociology. 2002. Vol. 43. № 2.

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diverse European cities // The European Second Generation Compared: Does the Integration

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9. Crul M., Vermeulen H. The second generation in Europe // International migration review.

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The Case of Germany1 // International Migration Review. 2008. Vol. 42. № 2. P. 425–448.

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Jurado T. et al (eds). 2000. Vol. 1. P. 49–84.

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Vol. 33. № 7. P. 1231–1248.

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well-being among three immigrant groups // Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 2006. Vol.

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identity. PhD thesis. Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA Johnson JHJ, Johnson-Webb KD, 2005.

17. Kanas A. et al. Social contacts and the economic performance of immigrants: a panel study of

immigrants in Germany // International Migration Review. 2012. Vol. 46. № 3. P. 680–709.

18. Kim M. J. Individual, Family, School, and Community Predictors for Depression and Self-

Esteem: A Comparative Study Between Asian and Latino Adolescents. Dissertation, University

of Texas at Arlington, 2012.

19. Korinek K., Entwisle B., Jampaklay A. Through thick and thin: layers of social ties and urban

settlement among Thai migrants // American Sociological Review. 2005. Vol. 70. № 5. P.

779–800.

20. Kroneberg C. Ethnic communities and school performance among the new second generation

in the United States: Testing the theory of segmented assimilation // The Annals of the

American Academy of Political and Social Science. 2008. Vol. 620. № 1. P. 138–160.

21. Lancee B. The Economic Returns of Immigrants’ Bonding and Bridging Social Capital: The

Case of the Netherlands1 // International Migration Review. 2010. Vol. 44. № 1. P. 202–226.

22. Leszczensky L. Do national identification and interethnic friendships affect one another? A

longitudinal test with adolescents of Turkish origin in Germany // Social science research.

2013. Vol. 42. № 3. P. 775–788.

23. Li Y. Intergenerational conflict, attitudinal familism, and depressive symptoms among Asian

and Hispanic adolescents in immigrant families: a latent variable interaction analysis //

Journal of Social Service Research. 2014. Vol. 40. № 1. P. 80–96.


24. Lubbers M.J., Molina J.L., McCarty C. Personal Networks and Ethnic Identifications The Case

of Migrants in Spain // International Sociology. 2007. Vol. 22. № 6. P. 721–741.

25. Massey D. S. Dimensions of the New Immigration to the United States and the Prospects for

Assimilation // Annual review of sociology. 1981. Vol. 7 P. 57–85.

26. Massey D.S., Goldring L., Durand J. Continuities in transnational migration: An analysis of

nineteen Mexican communities // American Journal of Sociology. 1994. P. 1492–1533.

27. Mok A. et al. Embracing American Culture: Structures of Social Identity and Social Networks

// Journal of cross-cultural psychology. 2007. Vol. 38. № 5. P. 629–635.

28. Moroşanu L. Professional Bridges: Migrants’ Ties with Natives and Occupational Advancement

// Sociology. 2015. Vol. 49. №3 (available online before print).

29. Muttarak R., Heath A. Who intermarries in Britain? Explaining ethnic diversity in intermarriage

patterns // The British journal of sociology. 2010. Vol. 61. № 2. P. 275–305.

30. Nannestad P., Lind Haase Svendsen G., Tinggaard Svendsen G. Bridge over troubled water?

Migration and social capital // Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 2008. Vol. 34. № 4.

P. 607–631.

31. Neckerman K.M., Carter P., Lee J. Segmented assimilation and minority cultures of mobility //

Ethnic and racial studies. 1999. Vol. 22. № 6. P. 945–965.

32. Portes A., Fernandez-Kelly P., Haller W. Segmented assimilation on the ground: The new

second generation in early adulthood // Ethnic and racial studies. 2005. Vol. 28. № 6. P.

1000–1040.

33. Portes A., Rumbaut R. Immigrant America: A Portrait. Berkeley: University of California Press,

1996.

34. Rumbaut R. G., Portes A. (ed.). Ethnicities: Children of immigrants in America. Univ of

California Press, 2001.


35. Portes A., Rumbaut R. Legacies. The Story of the Immigrant Second Generation. Berkeley:

University of California Press, 2001.

36. Portes A., Zhou M. The new second generation: Segmented assimilation and its variants //

The annals of the American academy of political and social science. 1993. Vol. 530. № 1. P.

74–96.

37. Raza M., Beaujot R., Woldemicael G. Social capital and economic integration of visible

minority immigrants in Canada // Journal of international migration and integration. 2013.

Vol. 14. № 2. P. 263–285.

38. Rumbaut R. Turning points in the transition to adulthood: Determinants of educational

attainment, incarceration, and early childbearing among children of immigrants // Ethnic

and Racial Studies. 2005. Vol. 28. № 6. P.1041–1086.

39. Ryan L. Migrants’ social networks and weak ties: accessing resources and constructing

relationships post–migration // The Sociological Review. 2011. Vol. 59. № 4. P. 707–724.

40. Schneider J., Crul M. New insights into assimilation and integration theory: Introduction to

the special issue // Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2010. Vol. 33. № 7. P. 1143–1148.

41. Stepick A., Stepick C. D. The complexities and confusions of segmented assimilation // Ethnic

and Racial Studies. 2010. Vol. 33. № 7. P. 1149–1167.

42. Tilly C. Transplanted networks // Yans-McLaughlin V. (ed.) Immigration Reconsidered:

History, Sociology, and Politics. Oxford University Press, 1990. P.79–95.

43. Titzmann P.F., Silbereisen R.K. Friendship homophily among ethnic German immigrants: A

longitudinal comparison between recent and more experienced immigrant adolescents //

Journal of Family Psychology. 2009. Vol. 23. № 3. P. 301–310.

44. Vermeulen H. Segmented assimilation and cross-national comparative research on the

integration of immigrants and their children // Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2010. Vol. 33. №

7. P. 1214–1230.

45. Warner W. L., Srole L. The social systems of American ethnic groups. New Haven: Yale

University press, 1945.

46. Waters M. C., Jim nez T. R. Assessing immigrant assimilation: New empirical and theoretical

challenges // Annual review of sociology. 2005. Vol. 31. P. 105–125.

47. Waters M.C. et al. Segmented assimilation revisited: types of acculturation and socioeconomic

mobility in young adulthood // Ethnic and racial studies. 2010. Vol. 33. № 7. P. 1168–1193.

48. Wimmer A. Does ethnicity matter? Everyday group formation in three Swiss immigrant

neighbourhoods // Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2004. Vol. 27. № 1. P. 1–36.

49. Xie Y., Greenman E. The social context of assimilation: Testing implications of segmented

assimilation theory // Social science research. 2011. Vol. 40. № 3. P. 965–984.

50. Yue Z. et al. The role of social networks in the integration of Chinese rural-urban migrants: A

migrant-resident tie perspective // Urban Studies. 2013. Vol. 50. № 9. P. 1704–1723.

51. Zhou M. Ethnicity as social capital: community-based institutions and embedded networks

of social relations // Loury G.C., Modood T. and Teles S.M. (eds) Ethnicity, social mobility

and public policy: Comparing the US and UK. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. P.

131–159.

Ключевые слова/Tags1: миграция, интеграция, Кыргызстан, сегментная ассимиляция, круги общения / migration, integration, Kyrgyzstan, segment assimilation, social circle