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Rumbaut R. Ages, Life Stages, and Generational Cohorts: Decomposing the Immigrant First and Second
Generations in the United States // Portes A. and DeWind J. (eds.) Rethinking Migration: New Theoretical and
Empirical Perspectives. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2007. Pp. 342-390; Oropesa R.S. and Landale
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understanding their acquisition of English // Sociological Perspectives. 1997, Vol. 40, No. 3, Immigration and
Incorporation. Pp.429-455.
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Rumbaut R.G. The Crucible within: Ethnic Identity, Self-Esteem, and Segmented Assimilation among Children of
Immigrants // International Migration Review. 1994, Vol. 28, No. 4, Special Issue: The New Second Generation
(Winter, 1994). pp. 748-794; Oropesa R.S. and Landale N.S. In search of the new second generation: Alternative
strategies for identifying second generation children and understanding their acquisition of English // Sociological
Perspectives. 1997, Vol. 40, No. 3, Immigration and Incorporation. Pp.429-455.
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Remennick L. The 1.5 Generation of Russian Immigrants in Israel: Between Integration and Sociocultural
Retention// Diaspora. 2003, 12:1. pp. 39-66.

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Vol. 40, No. 3. Pp.429-455.
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Portes A. and Rumbaut R. Legacies: The Story of the Immigrant Second Generation/ Portes A. and Rumbaut R. Berkeley Los Angeles London: University of California Press; New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 2001. 455 p.
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Remennick L. The 1.5 Generation of Russian Immigrants in Israel: Between Integration and Sociocultural
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Hawai'i Press; Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center. 221 p. - P.3.
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Portes A. and Rumbaut R. Legacies: The Story of the Immigrant Second Generation/ Portes A. and Rumbaut R. Berkeley Los Angeles London: University of California Press; New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 2001. 455 p.
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Oropesa R.S. and Landale N.S. In search of the new second generation: Alternative strategies for identifying
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Vol. 40, No. 3. Pp.429-455. P.449.
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Rumbaut R. Immigration, Incorporation, and Generational Cohorts in Historical Contexts // Klaus Warner Schaie
& Glen Elder (eds) Historical influences on lives & aging. - New York: Springer Publishing, 2005. - P. 82.
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Oropesa R.S. and Landale N.S. In search of the new second generation: Alternative strategies for identifying
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Park K. I really do feel Im 1.5!: the construction of self and community by young Korean Americans // Baker
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P. 124.
24

Schutz A. The Stranger: An Essay in Social Psychology//Collected Papers. Vol. II. Studies in Social Theory. The
Hague, 1976: Martinus Nijhoff.
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Bartley A. 1.5 generation Asian migrants and intergenerational transnationalism:Thoughts and challenges from
New Zealand // National Identities . 2010, Vol. 12, No. 4. Pp. 381-395.
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Portes A. and Rumbaut R. Legacies: The Story of the Immigrant Second Generation/ Portes A. and Rumbaut R. Berkeley Los Angeles London: University of California Press; New York: Russel Sage Foundation, 2001. 455 p.
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Alba R. and Waters M.C. Dimensions of Second-Generation Incorporation: An Introduction to the Book // The
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Danico M.Y. The 1.5 generation: becoming Korean American in Hawaii/ Danico M.Y. Honolulu: University of
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Park K. I really do feel Im 1.5!: the construction of self and community by young Korean Americans // Baker
L.D. (ed.) Life in America: Identity and Everyday Experience. Malden, Oxford, Victoria: Blackwell Publishers, 1999.
P. 124.
37

Danico M.Y. The 1.5 generation: becoming Korean American in Hawaii/ Danico M.Y. Honolulu: University of
Hawai'i Press; Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 2004. 221 p. - P.5.
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Rumbaut, R. G. and Ima K. The Adaptation of Southeast Asian Refugee Youth: A Comparative Study/ Rumbaut, R.
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Bartley A. 1.5 generation Asian migrants and intergenerational transnationalism:Thoughts and challenges from
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Orellana, M.F., et al. Transnational childhoods: the participation of children in the process of family migration //
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4. Alba R. and Waters M.C. Dimensions of Second-Generation Incorporation: An Introduction
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R., Waters M.C. (eds.) New York, London: New York University Press, 2011. Pp. 1-30.
5. Bartley A. 1.5 generation Asian migrants and intergenerational transnationalism:Thoughts
and challenges from New Zealand // National Identities . 2010, Vol. 12, No. 4. Pp. 381395.
46

Remennick L. The 1.5 Generation of Russian Immigrants in Israel: Between Integration and Sociocultural
Retention// Diaspora. 2003, 12:1. P. 40.

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6. Danico M.Y. The 1.5 generation: becoming Korean American in Hawaii/ Danico M.Y.
Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press; Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center,
2004. 221 p.
7. Orellana, M.F., et al. Transnational childhoods: the participation of children in the process
of family migration // Social Problems. 2001, 48(4). P. 572- 591.
8. Oropesa R.S. and Landale N.S. In search of the new second generation: Alternative
strategies for identifying second generation children and understanding their acquisition of
English // Sociological Perspectives. 1997. Vol. 40, No. 3. Pp.429-455.
9. Park K. I really do feel Im 1.5!: the construction of self and community by young Korean
Americans // Baker L.D. (ed.) Life in America: Identity and Everyday Experience. Malden,
Oxford, Victoria: Blackwell Publishers, 1999. - P. 123-136.
10. Portes A. and Rumbaut R. Introduction: The Second Generation and the Children of
Immigrants Longitudinal Study // Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2005, Vol. 28 No. 6. pp. 983999.
11. Portes A. and Rumbaut R. Legacies: The Story of the Immigrant Second Generation/ Portes
A. and Rumbaut R. - Berkeley Los Angeles London: University of California Press; New York:
Russel Sage Foundation, 2001. 455 p.
12. Remennick L. The 1.5 Generation of Russian Immigrants in Israel: Between Integration and
Sociocultural Retention// Diaspora. 2003, 12:1. pp. 39-66.
13. Rumbaut, R. G. and Ima K. The Adaptation of Southeast Asian Refugee Youth: A
Comparative Study/ Rumbaut, R. G. and Ima K. Washington, DC: U.S. Office of Refugee
Resettlement, 1988.
14. Rumbaut R. and Komaie G. Immigration and Adult Transitions // The Future of Children.
2010, 20(1). - 43-66.
15. Rumbaut R. Ages, Life Stages, and Generational Cohorts: Decomposing the Immigrant First
and Second Generations in the United States // Portes A. and DeWind J. (eds.) Rethinking
Migration: New Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. New York and Oxford: Berghahn
Books, 2007. Pp. 342-390.
16. Rumbaut R. Immigration, Incorporation, and Generational Cohorts in Historical Contexts //
Klaus Warner Schaie & Glen Elder (eds) Historical influences on lives & aging. New York:
Springer Publishing, 2005. Pp. 43-88.
17. Rumbaut R.G. The Crucible within: Ethnic Identity, Self-Esteem, and Segmented Assimilation
among Children of Immigrants // International Migration Review. 1994, Vol. 28, No. 4,
Special Issue: The New Second Generation (Winter, 1994). pp. 748-794.
11

18. Schutz A. The Stranger: An Essay in Social Psychology//Collected Papers. Vol. II. Studies in
Social Theory. The Hague, 1976: Martinus Nijhoff.
19. Spoonley P., Bartley A. Intergenerational Transnationalism: 1.5 Generation Asian Migrants
in New Zealand // International Migration. - 2008, Vol. 46 (4). Pp. 63-84.
20. Van Gennep A. The Rites of Passage. Routledge, 2004. 199 p.
21. Zhou M. Growing up American: the challenge confronting immigrant children and the
children of immigrants // Annual Review of Sociology. 1997, 23. P. 63-95.

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