This is Question - Answer paper. Each question requires 2-page answer. Answers should be written by use and cite material from class (have to use reading materials and lecture slides to answer) and present it in a well-organized, logical manner. Writing skills should be at least master degree level. I need someone who is really experty and good at "Sociology: Residential Segration and Immigrations." Don't use direct quatation. Don't copy sentences from readings and powerpoint slides. Please paraphrase them all to answer questions. I strongy recommend to use 70% from readings and 30% from PPT slides to answer questions. 11 Fonts, Times, and 1-inch margin all.
***Have to finish the paper on time (Aug/15th/2012 11:00 am EST)***
#1. Many of the largest U.S. Cities are characterized by high levels of racial residential
segregation, especially between African Americans and whites. Briefly summarize recent
trends in the levels of racial/ethnic residential segregation in metropolitan areas. What
are the competing explanations to account for the historically high level of residential
segregation between African Americans and whites in the U.S.? Use at least two
examples from the readings to illustrate these explanations.
- Reading materials' list for #1 question to answer:
1) Powerpoint Slides "Residential Segregation",
2) Reading material "Farley, Reynolds and William F. Frey. 1994. ?Changes in the Segregation of Whites From Blacks.? American Sociological Review 59:23 45"
3) Logan, John R., Brian J Shults and Reynolds Farley. 2004. ?Segregation of Minorities in the Metropolis: Two Decades of Change.? Demography
41: 1 22."
#2. Describe three theories of international migration. For each theory use an example from
the film ?Farmingville? to illustrate the process described by the theory. In addition, for
each theory you describe, suggest one policy intervention governments can make to affect
the flow of migrants given the propositions of the theory. (cover
three theories in lecture but I strongly recommend reading this as it thoroughly
covers important information, which will appear on the exam")
- Reading materials' list for #2 question to answer:
1) Powerpoint Slides "Immigration",
2) Massey, Douglas S et al. 1993. ?Theories of International Migration: A Review
and Appraisal.? Population and Development Review 19: 431 466.,
3) Farmingville Documentary Description This is not reading materials but since I couldn't find the clip for the video, please read this and catch the context. Don't use citation for this.
4) Farmingville Press Notes
#3. Describe trends in both magnitude and composition in U.S. immigration since 1900.
What is considered the heyday of U.S. immigration? In addition, describe how changes in
the flow of immigrants from South, Central and Eastern Europe are connected to the
residential segregation of blacks in many cities of the North East United States.
- Reading materials' list for #3 question to answer:
1) Powerpoint Slides "Immigration",
2) Powerpoint Slides "Residential Segregation"
3) Hirschman, Charles. 2005. ?Immigration and the American Century.? Demography 42: 595 620.
4) Tolnay, Stewart E. and M. Beck. 1992. ?Racial Violence and Black Migration in the American South.? American Sociological Review 57: 103 116.
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Farley, Reynolds and Frey, William H. "Changes in the Segregation of Whites from Blacks during the 1980s: Small Steps Toward a more Integrated Society." American Sociological Review 59.1 (1994): 23-45. Print.
"Farmville: Film Description." POV, American Documentary, Inc. (2009). Web.
Hirschman, Charles. "Immigration and the American Century." Demography, 42.4 (2005): 595-620.
Logan, John R., Stults, Brian J., and Farley, Reynolds. "Segregation of Minorities in the Metropolis: Two Decades of Change." Demography 41.1 (2004): 1-22. Print.
Massey, Douglass S. et al. "Theories of International Migration: A Review and Appraisal." Population and Development Review 19.3 (1993): 431-466.
"Migration: Concepts and Theoretical Perspectives." Sociology 331: Population and Society (2012). PowerPoint Presentation.
"Residential Segregation." Sociology 331: Population and Society (2012). PowerPoint Presentation.
Tolnay, Stewart E. And Beck, E.M. "Racial Violence and Black Migration in the American South, 1910 to 1930." American Sociological Review, 57.1 (1992): 103-116.