Introduction -- The dynamics of immigrant residential incorporation in the United States -- Partial residential integration: suburban residential patterns of new immigrant groups in a multiethnic context -- Asian immigrants in Vancouver: from caste to class in socio-spatial segregation? -- Are native "flights" from immigration "port of entry" pushed by immigrants? -- Diversity in people and places: multiracial people in U.S. society -- Openness to interethnic relationships for Chinese and South Asian Canadians -- The contradictory nature of multiculturalism: mainland Chinese immigrants' perspectives and their onward emigration from Canada -- The perception of social distance in a multi-ethnic society: the case of Taiwan -- Diversity of Asian immigrants and their roles in the making of multicultural cities in Canada -- Family forms among first and second generation immigrants in metropolitan America, 1960-2009 -- Different voices: identity formation of early Taiwanese migrants in Canada.
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