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AFRICAN REFUGEES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN HOST COUNTRIES The Long-Term Demographic, Environmental, Economic, Social, And Psychological Impacts Of Angolan Refugees In Zambia. - Mijere, Nsolo J. (Ed)
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AFRICAN REFUGEES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN HOST COUNTRIES The Long-Term Demographic, Environmental, Economic, Social, And Psychological Impacts Of Angolan Refugees In Zambia. - First edition

1995, ISBN: 9780533106219

Paperback, Hardcover, ID: 636164256

Louisiana State Univ Pr. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 202 pages. Dimensions: 8.6in. x 5.5in. x 1.0in.At the turn of the twentieth century, Honduras witnessed the expansion of its banana industry and the development of the United Fruit Company and Standard Fruit into multinational corporations with significant political and economic influence in Latin America and the Caribbean. These companies relied heavily on an imported labor force, thousands of West Indian workers, whose arrival in Honduras immediately sparked anti-black and anti-immigrant sentiment throughout the country. Glenn A. Chambers examines the West Indian immigrant community in Honduras through the development of the countrys fruit industry, revealing that West Indians fought to maintain their identities as workers, Protestants, blacks, and English speakers in the midst of popular Latin American nationalistic notions of mestizaje, or mixed-race identity. West Indians lived as outsiders in Honduran society owing to the many racially motivated initiatives of the Honduran government that defined acceptable immigration as white only. As Chambers shows, one unintended, though perhaps predictable, consequence of this political stance was the emergence of a clearly defined and separate West Indian enclave that proved to be antagonistic toward native Hondurans. This conflict ultimately led to animosity between English-speaking and Spanish-speaking Hondurans, as well as between West Indians and non-West Indian peoples of African descent. An all-inclusive Afro-Honduran identity never emerged in Honduras, Chambers reveals. Rather, black identity developed through West Indians culture, language, and history. Chambers moves beyond treatments of West Indian labor as an accessory to U. S. capitalist interests to explore the ethnic and racial dynamic of the interactions of the West Indian community with locals. In Race, Nation, and West Indian Immigration to Honduras, 1890-1940, Chambers demonstrates the importance of racial identity in Honduran society as a whole and reveals the roles that culture, language, ethnicity, and history played in the establishment of regional identities within the broader African diaspora. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Louisiana State Univ Pr, Princeton University Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 176 pages. Dimensions: 8.3in. x 5.2in. x 0.6in.Is the United States a nation of materialistic loners whose politics are dictated by ethnic, racial, religious, or sexual identities This is what America has become in the eyes of many commentators. Americans seem to fear that their society is breaking apart, but how accurate is this portrayal and how justified is the fear Introducing a balanced viewpoint into this intense debate, John Hall and Charles Lindholm demonstrate that such alarm is unfounded. Here they explore the institutional structures of American society, emphasizing its ability to accommodate difference and reduce conflict. The culture, too, comes under scrutiny: influenced by Calvinistic beliefs, Americans place faith in the individual but demand high moral commitment to the community. Broad in scope and ambition, this short book draws a realistic portrait of a society that is among the most powerful and stable in the world, yet is perennially shaken by self-doubt. Concern over the cohesiveness of American society, Hall and Lindholm argue, is actually a product of a shared cultural belief in human distinctiveness and equality. They find that this shared belief paradoxically leads Americans to exaggerated worries about disunity, since they are afraid that disagreements among co-equals will rend apart a fragile community based solely on consensus and caring. While there is little dissent among Americans over essential values, racism still abounds. Here the authors predict that the homogenizing force of economic participation might still be the key to mending the wounds of racial turmoil. By combining history, sociology, and anthropology, the authors cover a wide range of past and recent challenges to the stability of American society: from the history of unions to affirmative action, from McCarthyism to militant distrust of government, from early prejudice toward Irish and Italian immigrants to current treatment of African Americans. Hall and Lindholm do not skirt the internal contradictions and moral tensions of American society but nonetheless recognize the strength and promise of its institutions and culture. Their book is a vivid, sweeping response to the doomsayers in the reassessment of our society. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Princeton University Press, Vantage Press. New York (1995) 1st edition.. No inscriptions. bookplate ffep else Fine in protected d/w (spine fading, no loss, chips, or tears).. Black cloth boards. 215pp 8vo. Contributed articles:, Raban Chanda. "The Demographic Impact Of Refugees In Zambia"., Raban Chanda. "The Environmental Impact of Settled Refugees: The Case Of Meheba"., Allast Mwanza. "The Economic Contribution Of Angolan Refugees To Zambia"., Art Hansen. "The Refugee Integration Aspect In Two Settlement Models In Zambia: The Case Of The North-Western Province"., Nsolo Mijere. "The Socioeconomic Impact Of Settled Refugees On Host Communities In Zambia: The Case Of Meheba"., Irene M. Sinyangwe. "Attitudes Of Angolan Refugees And Their Zambian Hosts Towards Each Other"., E.A. Daka. Refugees In Zambia: "Shorcomings In The Determination Of Refugee Status And Inadaquacies Of The Refugee Control Act Of 1970"., Sashi Chanda. "The Save The Children Federation Involvement In The Ukwimi Refugee Settlement.", Thomas Mabwe. "The Impact Of Planned Refugee Settlements On Local Communities: The Case Of Ukwimi"., Alice K. Siachitema. "The Women's Clubs At The Ukwimi Mozambican Refugee Settlement.", Nsolo Mijere. Conclusions., Vantage Press. New York (1995) 1st edition.

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AFRICAN REFUGEES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN HOST COUNTRIES. The Long-Term Demographic, Environmental, Economic, Social, And Psychological Impacts Of Angolan Refugees In Zambia. - First edition

1995, ISBN: 0533106214

Hardcover, ID: 3136561581

[EAN: 9780533106219], [PU: Vantage Press. New York (1995) 1st edition.], POLITICS MOCAMBIQUE ANGOLA ZAMBIA SOUTH SOUTHERN AFRICA AFRICAN RABAN CHANDA ALLAST MWANZA ART HANSEN IRENE SINYANGWE E.A. DAKA SASHU THOMAS MABWE ALICE SIACHITEMA NSOLO MIJERE, Black cloth boards. 215pp 8vo. Contributed articles:, Raban Chanda. "The Demographic Impact Of Refugees In Zambia"., Raban Chanda. "The Environmental Impact of Settled Refugees: The Case Of Meheba"., Allast Mwanza. "The Economic Contribution Of Angolan Refugees To Zambia"., Art Hansen. "The Refugee Integration Aspect In Two Settlement Models In Zambia: The Case Of The North-Western Province"., Nsolo Mijere. "The Socioeconomic Impact Of Settled Refugees On Host Communities In Zambia: The Case Of Meheba"., Irene M. Sinyangwe. "Attitudes Of Angolan Refugees And Their Zambian Hosts Towards Each Other"., E.A. Daka. Refugees In Zambia: "Shorcomings In The Determination Of Refugee Status And Inadaquacies Of The Refugee Control Act Of 1970"., Sashi Chanda. "The Save The Children Federation Involvement In The Ukwimi Refugee Settlement.", Thomas Mabwe. "The Impact Of Planned Refugee Settlements On Local Communities: The Case Of Ukwimi"., Alice K. Siachitema. "The Women's Clubs At The Ukwimi Mozambican Refugee Settlement.", Nsolo Mijere. Conclusions. No inscriptions. bookplate ffep else Fine in protected d/w (spine fading, no loss, chips, or tears).

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AFRICAN REFUGEES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN HOST COUNTRIES. The Long-Term Demographic, Environmental, Economic, Social, And Psychological Impacts Of Angolan Refugees In Zambia. - First edition

1995, ISBN: 0533106214

Hardcover, ID: 3136561581

[EAN: 9780533106219], [PU: Vantage Press. New York (1995) 1st edition.], POLITICS MOCAMBIQUE ANGOLA ZAMBIA SOUTH SOUTHERN AFRICA AFRICAN RABAN CHANDA ALLAST MWANZA ART HANSEN IRENE SINYANGWE E.A. DAKA SASHU THOMAS MABWE ALICE SIACHITEMA NSOLO MIJERE, Black cloth boards. 215pp 8vo. Contributed articles:, Raban Chanda. "The Demographic Impact Of Refugees In Zambia"., Raban Chanda. "The Environmental Impact of Settled Refugees: The Case Of Meheba"., Allast Mwanza. "The Economic Contribution Of Angolan Refugees To Zambia"., Art Hansen. "The Refugee Integration Aspect In Two Settlement Models In Zambia: The Case Of The North-Western Province"., Nsolo Mijere. "The Socioeconomic Impact Of Settled Refugees On Host Communities In Zambia: The Case Of Meheba"., Irene M. Sinyangwe. "Attitudes Of Angolan Refugees And Their Zambian Hosts Towards Each Other"., E.A. Daka. Refugees In Zambia: "Shorcomings In The Determination Of Refugee Status And Inadaquacies Of The Refugee Control Act Of 1970"., Sashi Chanda. "The Save The Children Federation Involvement In The Ukwimi Refugee Settlement.", Thomas Mabwe. "The Impact Of Planned Refugee Settlements On Local Communities: The Case Of Ukwimi"., Alice K. Siachitema. "The Women's Clubs At The Ukwimi Mozambican Refugee Settlement.", Nsolo Mijere. Conclusions. No inscriptions. bookplate ffep else Fine in protected d/w (spine fading, no loss, chips, or tears).

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AFRICAN REFUGEES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN HOST COUNTRIES. The Long-Term Demographic, Environmental, Economic, Social, And Psychological Impacts Of Angolan Refugees In Zambia. - First edition

1995, ISBN: 0533106214

Hardcover, ID: 3136561581

[EAN: 9780533106219], [PU: Vantage Press. New York (1995) 1st edition.], POLITICS MOCAMBIQUE ANGOLA ZAMBIA SOUTH SOUTHERN AFRICA AFRICAN RABAN CHANDA ALLAST MWANZA ART HANSEN IRENE SINYANGWE E.A. DAKA SASHU THOMAS MABWE ALICE SIACHITEMA NSOLO MIJERE, Black cloth boards. 215pp 8vo. Contributed articles:, Raban Chanda. "The Demographic Impact Of Refugees In Zambia"., Raban Chanda. "The Environmental Impact of Settled Refugees: The Case Of Meheba"., Allast Mwanza. "The Economic Contribution Of Angolan Refugees To Zambia"., Art Hansen. "The Refugee Integration Aspect In Two Settlement Models In Zambia: The Case Of The North-Western Province"., Nsolo Mijere. "The Socioeconomic Impact Of Settled Refugees On Host Communities In Zambia: The Case Of Meheba"., Irene M. Sinyangwe. "Attitudes Of Angolan Refugees And Their Zambian Hosts Towards Each Other"., E.A. Daka. Refugees In Zambia: "Shorcomings In The Determination Of Refugee Status And Inadaquacies Of The Refugee Control Act Of 1970"., Sashi Chanda. "The Save The Children Federation Involvement In The Ukwimi Refugee Settlement.", Thomas Mabwe. "The Impact Of Planned Refugee Settlements On Local Communities: The Case Of Ukwimi"., Alice K. Siachitema. "The Women's Clubs At The Ukwimi Mozambican Refugee Settlement.", Nsolo Mijere. Conclusions. No inscriptions. bookplate ffep else Fine in protected d/w (spine fading, no loss, chips, or tears).

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AFRICAN REFUGEES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN HOST COUNTRIES The Long-Term Demographic, Environmental, Economic, Social, And Psychological Impacts Of Angolan Refugees In Zambia. - First edition

1995, ISBN: 9780533106219

ID: 337091935

Vantage Press. New York (1995) 1st edition.. No inscriptions. bookplate ffep else Fine in protected d/w (spine fading, no loss, chips, or tears).. Black cloth boards. 215pp 8vo. Contributed articles:, Raban Chanda. "The Demographic Impact Of Refugees In Zambia"., Raban Chanda. "The Environmental Impact of Settled Refugees: The Case Of Meheba"., Allast Mwanza. "The Economic Contribution Of Angolan Refugees To Zambia"., Art Hansen. "The Refugee Integration Aspect In Two Settlement Models In Zambia: The Case Of The North-Western Province"., Nsolo Mijere. "The Socioeconomic Impact Of Settled Refugees On Host Communities In Zambia: The Case Of Meheba"., Irene M. Sinyangwe. "Attitudes Of Angolan Refugees And Their Zambian Hosts Towards Each Other"., E.A. Daka. Refugees In Zambia: "Shorcomings In The Determination Of Refugee Status And Inadaquacies Of The Refugee Control Act Of 1970"., Sashi Chanda. "The Save The Children Federation Involvement In The Ukwimi Refugee Settlement.", Thomas Mabwe. "The Impact Of Planned Refugee Settlements On Local Communities: The Case Of Ukwimi"., Alice K. Siachitema. "The Women's Clubs At The Ukwimi Mozambican Refugee Settlement.", Nsolo Mijere. Conclusions., Vantage Press. New York (1995) 1st edition.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780533106219
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0533106214
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1995
Publisher: Vantage Press. New York (1995) 1st edition.

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ISBN/EAN: 0533106214

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0-533-10621-4, 978-0-533-10621-9


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