- Early SCANDINAVIAN Settlements. Volk, Ann // Cobblestone;May2003, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p10
Focuses on the role of Scandinavians in the early settlement of North America.
- A Comparative Look at Scandinavian Cultures: Denmark, Norway and Sweden and Their Encounters with German Refugees, 1933-1940. Meyer, Frank // Journal of Intercultural Communication;2006, Issue 12, p3
This article is a comparative study that points to the differences between national cultures in Scandinavia, as they are reconstructed from source material left over from the encounter between Scandinavian insiders and German outsiders in the pre-World War II period. This article uses a variety...
- "The Fairest among the So-Called White Races": Portrayals of Scandinavian Americans in the Filiopietistic and Nativist Literature of the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. BRØNDAL, JØRN // Journal of American Ethnic History;Spring2014, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p5
The article explores the history of racial identity and immigration in the U.S. through an examination of nativist literature and commentary on Scandinavian Americans. Emphasis is given to a mix of racial romanticism and race theory that situates a Teutonic race in the hierarchy of whiteness and...
- Scandinavian migration routes and identity in Viking Age Scotland. McLeod, Shane // History Scotland Magazine;Sep/Oct2016, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p25
The article explores the history and migration routes of Scandinavians during the Viking Age in Scotland. Emphasis is given to topics such as isotope analysis and radiocarbon dating of artefacts from cemeteries, the discovery of grave-goods such as brooches buried with the dead, and the...
- Don't mind the media, Mrs. Mirosh, we're all listening anyway. Byfield, Link // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;4/12/93, Vol. 20 Issue 17, p2
Discusses the remarks made by Canada's Community Services Minister Dianne Mirosh concerning immigrants. Other groups she has offended in the past; Mirosh's three points; Argument that shutting out strangers is an inborn human instinct; More.
- The benefits of immigration. Woodard, Joe // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;6/28/93, Vol. 20 Issue 28, p13
Considers the stand of the Vancouver-based Fraser Institute on the subject of immigration. Fraser's new study `The Immigration Dilemma,' was discussed at the Calgary Convention Centre last week, the consensus being that assuming some judicious government policy-making, immigration is a boon. ...
- California here we go. // Orange County Business Journal;11/25/96 Supplement, Vol. 19 Issue 48, p6
Reports that California recorded a net inflow of residents in 1996. What the influx was attributed to; Release of information by the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy (CCSCE); Comment from Stephen Levy, CCSCE's director; Reduction on the movement of residents out of the state.
- Immigration as a source of political discontent and frustration in Western democracies. Freeman, Gary P. // Studies in Comparative International Development;Fall97, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p42
Looks at immigration as a source of political discontent and frustration in three sets of Western democracies, focusing on linkages between the scale, timing and characteristics of migration and the process of migration policies. Impact of immigration on Western public; Attitudes toward...
- Seeking a path between old and new. Munn, May Mansoor // Christian Science Monitor;5/15/98, Vol. 90 Issue 119, p12
Relates the author's experiences of her immigration from the Middle East to attend college in the United States. Compares her experience to reminisces of her elderly aunt's immigration.