- A message from the Special Counsel. Ho-Gonzalez, William // Hispanic Times Magazine;Mar/Apr1994, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p60
Reports that public opinion has turned against immigration. `The New York Times' poll results; How immigrants, regardless of their legal status, are being viewed; What role education plays in this effort; Employer's violation of IRCA's antidiscrimination provision.
- Immigration. // American Enterprise;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p97
Presents information on public opinion on immigration. Increase in acceptance of ethnic and religious diversity; Benefits of immigration; Differences on immigration; Demographics of immigration.
- Ethnic responses to immigration. // American Enterprise;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p19
Features the results of a survey on the perception of Southern Californians on the United States immigration and naturalization policies. Reduction of illegal immigration; Reduction of entitlements for both legal and illegal immigrants.
- Ambivalence toward immigration. Bowman, Karlyn; Ladd, Everett Carll // American Enterprise;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p104
Presents data on the perception of Americans on immigration and illegal immigrants in the United States. Support for a national Proposition 187-like measure; Elimination of social services for undocumented aliens; Opinion on the values of immigrants' contributions to the American society.
- Public hostility to immigration up since 1992. Taylor, Humphrey // Indianapolis Business Journal;2/20/95, Vol. 15 Issue 48, p11B
Presents statistics on Americans' views on immigration. Immigrants as a source of competition for jobs; Skills from immigrants; Effect on wages; Work ethic; Use of welfare services; Race relations.
- Social factors influencing immigration attitudes: an analysis of data from the General Social Survey. Chandler, Charles R.; Yung-mei Tsai // Social Science Journal;2001, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p177
Discusses social factors influencing public opinion concerning immigration policy in the United States. Impact of education and perceived cultural threats on public opinion; Economic threat posed by immigrants.
- Public hostility to immigration up since 1992. // National Minority Politics;Apr95, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p34
Reports on a Harris Poll which shows an increase in public hostility toward immigration. Measurement of changes in public attitudes toward immigration since June 1992; Increased public support for policies to cut down on immigration; Decline in several positive attitudes toward immigration.
- Elitism and the immigration backlash. Alter, Jonathan // Newsweek;7/26/1993, Vol. 122 Issue 4, p35
Discusses fears of workers in the United States over the loss of jobs to immigrants. How current legal immigration numbers are similar to those in the 1980s; North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); How emigration of jobs has changed the national perspective on foreign workers; Illegal...
- On immigration. // Nation's Business;Sep95, Vol. 83 Issue 9, p84
Presents `NationsBusiness' magazine reader poll on immigration.
- Should America's immigration policy be more restrictive? // Glamour;Feb96, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p113
Presents the results of `Glamour' magazine's December 1995 survey regarding the immigration policy of the United States. Majority's belief that the policy should be changed to allow fewer immigrants each year; Population growth as the primary concern.