TITLE

OCCUPATIONAL MIGRATION, DISCRIMINATION, AND THE CENTRAL CITY LABOR FORCE

AUTHOR(S)
Kaun, David E.; Lentz, William
PUB. DATE
December 1971
SOURCE
Monthly Labor Review;Dec71, Vol. 94 Issue 12, p57
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Analyzes the occupational migration and discrimination of inner city Afro-Americans and their participation in the central city labor force. Variation in employment conditions from city to city; Ambiguity pertaining to the possible movement out of the central city and into the ring of the same city; Indications that among both whites and Afro-Americans, the occupational mix of outmigrants is of higher quality than that of the workers moving into the city. INSET: Black business ownership, by Alan R. Andreasen.
ACCESSION #
6068648

 

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