From “Different” to “Similar”

@article{Schachter2016FromT,
  title={From “Different” to “Similar”},
  author={Ariela Schachter},
  journal={American Sociological Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={81},
  pages={1013 - 981}
}
Assimilation is theorized as a multi-stage process where the structural mobility of immigrants and their descendants ultimately leads to established and immigrant-origin populations developing a subjective sense of social similarity with one another, an outcome I term symbolic belonging. Yet existing work offers little systematic evidence as to whether and how immigrants’ gains—in terms of language ability, socioeconomic status, neighborhood integration, or intermarriage—cause changes in the… Expand

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