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Author Yeboah, Ian E. A., 1959-

Title Black African neo-diaspora : Ghanaian immigrant experiences in the Greater Cincinnati, Ohio area / Ian E.A. Yeboah.

Published Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, [2008]
©2008

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 UniM Bail  304.87710667 YEBO    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvii, 239 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-225) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Immigration Trajectories and Settlement Patterns -- 3. Associational Life, Acculturation, and Identity Creation -- 4. Ghanaian Immigrant Enterprises -- 5. Renegotiating Gender Roles and Expectations -- 6. Second-generation Immigrants' Identity Creation and Socialization -- 7. Concluding Remarks.
Summary "Despite the recent large numbers of African immigrants to the United States, facilitated by the emergence of globalized labor markets, African immigration to the United States remains an understudied phenomenon. This book provides an intensive study of the experiences of an African immigrant group (Ghanaians) in a smaller Midwestern urban location (the greater Cincinnati area). Black African Neo-Diaspora focuses on reasons why Ghanaians have emigrated to the United States and their travel trajectories to Cincinnati. The author examines the internal social institutions that have emerged within the community to help with integration by members of this group into broader American society, as well as the ways in which Ghanaian immigrants enter the business arena and how their economic activities are changing urban America. Gender dynamics within immigrant families and the identity and socialization of second-generation immigrants are also explored."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Ghanaians -- Ohio -- Cincinnati -- Social conditions.
African diaspora.
Ghana -- Emigration and immigration.
ISBN 9780739113523 (cloth : alk. paper)
0739113526 (cloth : alk. paper)