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Название: The Geography of Immigrant Labor Markets: Space, Networks, and Gender
Автор: Parks V.
Drawing primarily on data from the Los Angeles region, Parks (geography, U. of Chicago) analyzes the spatial characteristics of immigrant labor markets in light of gendered differences, ethnic networks, residential context, and the location of immigrant neighborhoods in relation to the location of immigrant employment. A central question to the study is whether spatial accessibility matters for immigrant employment at the intraurban scale, or whether ethnic networks (social accessibility) override intraurban geographic constraints on job search and commuting. The text also examines the impact of spatial job accessibility on immigrant women's decisions to enter the labor market, and whether location matters more for those with children and stronger ties to home.