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Explorations in Ethnic Studies
Ethnic-immigration history was once primarily the domain of ethnic-immigration historians. Over the past fifteen years, however, the development of the new social history has shown that studies of ethnicity, class, cities, families, and workers are interdependent. Josef Barton's study of urban mobility, John Cumbler's analysis of workers' militancy, and Laurence Glasco’s examination of life cycles all demonstrate this point. This expanding interest by social analysts increases the need for comprehensive bibliographic studies in ethnicity. Linda Doezema’s recent monograph helps fill the void for one frequently neglected group -- the Dutch.
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