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Gender and the ethnic enclave labor market

Moshe Semyonov

Gender and the ethnic enclave labor market

a study of Arabs in the Israeli labor force

by Moshe Semyonov

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Published by David Horowitz Institute for the Research of Developing Countries, Tel Aviv University in [Ramat Aviv, Israel] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Israel.,
  • Israel
    • Subjects:
    • Palestinian Arabs -- Employment -- Israel.,
    • Palestinian Arabs -- Israel -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Moshe Semyonov, Noah Lewin-Epstein.
      SeriesPaper / The David Horowitz Institute for the Research of Developing Countries ;, no. 6/91, Paper (Mekhon Horovits le-ḥeḳer aratsot mitpatḥot) ;, no. 91/6.
      ContributionsLewin-Epstein, Noah.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8660 .S44 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination26 leaves ;
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1762389M
      LC Control Number92110629

      which ethnic labor-market segregation occurs. Hanson () has argued that “the spatial bias of place-based social networks helps to create labor market segmentation in space” (p. ). A key source of “spatial bias” for immigrants likely may be the ethnic enclave neighborhood. For example, ethnic enclave residence has been associated with low likelihood of smoking among Asian American women living in California 2 and yet higher smoking rates among first-generation Asian immigrant men in New York City (NYC). 3 Living in an ethnic enclave has also been associated with diets lower in fat compared to non-enclave.

      The labor market for migrant professionals in high tech at the peak of the boom,” (with "The Ethnic Enclave Debate Revisited," International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, V. 17, 3, Thomas and Znaniecki Award for the best book (Ethnic Los . "This book is a must read for women's studies and sociology classes on labor, migration and gender as it provides its readers a rich and theoretically engaging discussion on feminine culture, the intersections of race, class, gender and migrant women's labor."and#;Rhacel Salazar .

        This book is a must read for women's studies and sociology classes on labor, migration and gender as it provides its readers a rich and theoretically engaging discussion on feminine culture, the intersections of race, class, gender and migrant women's laborRhacel Salazar Parreñas, Brown University ethnic enclave entrepreneurship, and Reviews: 7. (Piore ). The ethnic enclave, as conceptualized by Portes and associates (Portes and Jensen , , ; Portes and Zhou ), offers a third alternative to the two other segments of the labor market. It has thus been proposed that some immigrants may benefit from working in ethnic enclaves. We call this “the enclave thesis.”.


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Gender and the ethnic enclave labor market by Moshe Semyonov Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fredriksson and Åslund () investigates how living in an ethnic enclave af-fects labour market earnings of enclave members. However, they propose an-other identification strategy.

They exploit a former Swedish spatial dispersal policy under which, they argue, almost all refugees were randomly assigned to locations at the time of asylum. Enclaves create an alternative labor market that is ethnic-specific and does not demand social and cultural skills of the host country.

By eliminating language and cultural barriers, enclave economies employ a greater proportion of co-ethnics and speed the incorporation of.

Ethnic enclaves may provide a “warm embrace,” especially for newly arrived immigrants, with the ethnic network in an enclave providing valuable information on opportunities in the labor market, job contacts or job-search channels.

Word-of-mouth via personal contacts is often found to be more efficient in providing reliable information than Cited by: 1.

Among Cubans, employment in the ethnic enclave is associated with positive returns comparable to those of entry into the "primary" labor market. Haitians lack an enclave option and thus cluster. The ethnic enclave, as conceptualized by Portes and associates (Portes and Jensen, ; Portes and Zhou ), offers a third alternative to the two other segments of the labor market.

It has thus been proposed that some immigrants may benefit from working in ethnic by: The ethnic enclave is a subeconomy that offers protected access to labor and markets, informal sources of credit, and business information for immigrant businesses and workers. Ethnic enclaves offer entrepreneurial opportunities and earnings for immigrant owners and managers through the exploitation of immigrant labor in poor working conditions.

Through reliance on the ethnic enclave, immigrant populations are able to acquire wealth and provide their children with education sufficient to enter the middle class of the host society.

This essay traces the origin and development of the ethnic enclave, discusses the debates it inspired, and considers its contributions as well as the. The ethnic enclave literature also suffers from data limitations. Lower skilled immigrants tend to cluster in enclaves while higher‐ skilled immigrants find work outside the enclaves.

Separating. ethnic communities formed as the result of a consistently disadvantageous eco-nomic position and the consequent absence of a smooth path of assimilation. These situations, ranging from slave labor to permanent confinement to the secondary labor market, are.

"This book is a must read for women's studies and sociology classes on labor, migration and gender as it provides its readers a rich and theoretically engaging discussion on feminine culture, the intersections of race, class, gender and migrant women's labor."—Rhacel Salazar Parreñas, Brown University"In The Managed Hand, Miliann Kang makes a significant contribution to the existing 4/5(1).

The secondary labor market is the labor market consisting of high-turnover, low-pay, and usually part-time or temporary work. Sometimes, secondary jobs are performed by high school or college students. The majority of service sector, light manufacturing, and retail jobs are considered secondary labor.

Secondary market jobs are sometimes referred to as “food and filth” jobs, a reference to. The analyses led to a twofold conclusion: first, the Arab labor market in Israel operates as a protected labor market, and second, it interacts with gender in the determination of socioeconomic.

Sociologists often take for granted that segregation and social closure automatically entail disadvantage, so the hypothesis that partially separated ethnic sub-economies, or “ethnic enclaves,” might thrive and benefit their workers and employers was a radical departure from past thinking (Wilson & Martin,Wilson & Portes, ).Since then, controversy has raged over why.

labor market is of major importance for overall integration of immigrants into the society. It is therefore important to know how residence in ethnic enclaves affects labor market outcomes of immigrants. At least three theories exist on how living in an ethnic enclave affects earnings of immigrants.

Book Description: The need to analyse labour market mechanisms in post-industrial Western societies is urgent.

Despite laws and policy measures being developed at the European, national and local levels, job-seeking immigrants and ethnic minorities still suffer unequal access and ethnic discrimination. This volume endeavours to understand why.

Downloadable (with restrictions). I examine the effects of the ethnic enclave size on labor market outcomes of immigrants. I account for ability sorting into enclaves by exploiting a Danish spatial dispersal policy under which refugees were randomly dispersed across locations.

First, I find strong evidence that refugees with unfavorable unobserved characteristics self-select into ethnic enclaves. the earliest formulation of the ethnic enclave economy.

The authors introduce the "immi-grant enclave," a conceptual ancestor of the ethnic enclave economy (). By immigrant enclave, however, Wilson and Portes initially meant only the employment of im-migrant workers in "the enclave labor market." Workers were in the enclave labor. A number of issues arise with respect to the incorporation of the new waves of immigrants who have arrived since immigration law reform in We discuss patterns of adaptation of new immigrants, including available evidence on the ethnic enclave economy and substitution in the labor market of immigrants for native minorities.

Consequently, labor-market conditions among younger workers may be a more sensitive barometer of some of the forces leading to labor-market change. With this in mind, Figures 4–3 and 4–4 plot Black and Hispanic male and female wage gaps, compared with White male wages, based on mean years of schooling completed—exactly 12 years (high.

Editorial Reviews. In Women, Gender, and Diasporic Lives: Labor, Community, and Identity in Greek Migrations, editor Evangelia Tastsoglou has collected 11 essays that offer insights into emerging issues relating to women’s lives in the Greek diaspora and the ways in which these inevitably influence men’s diasporic book’s importance lies in the fact that it is the first Price: $.

By contrast, the ethnic enclave was found to exert a differential influence: its influence on the labour market participation of Muslim women was positive, while for Christian women it exerted a negative influence.

The effects of labour market opportunities on female labour force participation are .The primary labor market includes low-paid, unskilled, insecure jobs, while the secondary labor market includes high-paid, high-benefit positions in large, bureaucratic organizations One type of evidence that illustrates the effectiveness of the ethnic enclave as a pathway for adaptation is the difference in Mexican and Cuban incomes.Attempts at Fixes of Labor Inequality on an Individual or Group Level _____—members of racialized and ethnic groups create businesses to serve their own group.

In another theory, the racial enclave economy, the owner's racial group both supplies business and sets boundaries for it.