Social distance, social capital and segmented assimilation : the labour and marriage market experiences of second generation Australians
Together with the first generation of immigrants, the second generation constitutes a significant proportion of the Australian population and provides valuable insights into the process of migration and settlement, and subsequent educational and occupational attainment. Although research on intergenerational mobility since the 1980s is not extensive, what research has been undertaken has focussed predominantly on labour market disadvantage. The evidence for many first generation immigrants...[Show more]
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