ABSTRACT

This book focuses on the relationship between international migrants and host societies and discusses the historical uniqueness of the Indochinese refugee migration for the U.S. and France. It is more than the study of one refugee population and examines the relative importance of history.

part Part One|67 pages

Indochinese Refugees in the United States

part Part Two|40 pages

Indochinese Refugees in France

part Part Three|51 pages

States and Migrants' Social Networks