Latino Migration from New York City to Albany, NY: Motivations, Socioeconomic Outcomes, and Incorporation Challenges

Bose, Christine E.; Rincón, Lina
June 2008
Latino(a) Research Review;2008/2009, Vol. 7 Issue 1/2, p91
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a study which explores the association of self-reported migration motivations with the comparative socioeconomic outcomes for Latinos. It notes that the migration of Latinos to the Albany, New York is not only driven by economic opportunities, but also factors related to their life course expectations. Moreover, it highlights Cornelius' definition of culture migration which involves socialization processes and transnational social networks.


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