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Author Gimpel, James G.

Title Separate destinations : migration, immigration, and the politics of places / James G. Gimpel.

Published Ann Arbor, Mich. : University of Michigan Press, c1999.

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 UniM Bail  304.80973 GIMP    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxiii, 403 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 361-383) and indexes.
Contents Ch. 1. Population Mobility and Political Change in the American Electorate -- Ch. 2. California: Diversity at a Distance -- Ch. 3. Colorado: National Crossroads -- Ch. 4. Kansas: High Growth Islands in a Sea of Decline -- Ch. 5. Kentucky: Biracial Balkanization -- Ch. 6. Florida: Segregated Heterogeneity -- Ch. 7. Pennsylvania: Deindustrialization and Division -- Ch. 8. New York: The Clustered Masses -- Ch. 9. Population Mobility and Ethnic Divisions in the American Electorate -- App. A. Variables and Variable Definitions -- App. B. Basics of Spatial Regression Analysis.
Summary "Separate Destinations examines the political consequences of ethnic balkanization in the United States, James Gimpel shows that the distinct mobility patterns of natives and immigrants in the United States, coupled with record levels of immigration from impoverished third world nations, are balkanizing the American electorate."--BOOK JACKET. "Strong evidence suggests that spatially isolated immigrants are slow to naturalize and get involved in politics, leading to serious inequalities in participation and in the quality of representation across communities. Gimpel explores state-by-state variation in the extent of balkanization and shows how these patterns have different effects on politics."--BOOK JACKET. "Blending insights from a number of social science disciplines, including economics, demography, sociology, political science, and anthropology, this book will speak to the interests of a wide and diverse readership of scholars, students, and policymakers."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Immigrants -- United States -- Political activity.
Minorities -- United States -- Political activity.
Migration, Internal -- United States.
Elections -- United States.
Political participation -- United States.
ISBN 0472109782 (cloth : alk. paper)