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Twenty-First Century Gateways: Immigrant Incorporation in Suburban America
While federal action on immigration faces an uncertain future, states, cities and suburban municipalities craft their own responses to immigration. Twenty-First-Century Gateways , focuses on theExpand
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Mentoring Early Career Faculty in Geography: Issues and Strategies
Abstract Early career geography faculty in colleges and universities in the United States are positioned at the leading edge of a challenging period of change in higher education. Demands brought onExpand
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Heterolocalism, Networks of Ethnicity, and Refugee Communities in the Pacific Northwest: The Portland Story*
Abstract Geographic studies of refugee issues have emerged as salient topics of inquiry in the past decade. This spatial analysis of the migration experiences and heterolocal settlement patterns ofExpand
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Fuzzy Transnationals? American Settlement, Identity, and Belonging in Canada
More Americans now reside in Canada than at any time since the Vietnam War. This article documents and analyzes the migration, settlement, and identity of US-born residents in three Canadian cities.Expand
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African, Russian, and Ukrainian Refugee Resettlement in Portland, Oregon
Abstract. The residential patterns, adaptation experiences, and impacts of immigrants on North American cities have been well documented in the geographical literature. In this article, we build onExpand
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Geography for Educators: Standards, Themes, and Concepts
1. The Field of Geography. 2. Geography in the Schools. 3. The Theme of Location. 4. Introduction to the Theme of Place. 5. The Theme of Place: Physical Systems I. 6. The Theme of Place: PhysicalExpand
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Russian Refuge: Religion, Migration, and Settlement on the North American Pacific Rim
In 1987, when victims of religious persecution were finally allowed to leave Russia, a flood of immigrants landed on the Pacific shores of North America. By the end of 1992, over 200,000 Jews andExpand
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Humanising the Technology Landscape through a Collaborative Pedagogy
A major shift in educational paradigms from a competitive model to a more collaborative model is now under way in higher education. Using collaborative theories espoused by Freire, Bruffee and otherExpand
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