The impact of networks and the concept of reception on asset accumulation strategies of Latino newcomers in new settlement communities in the Midwest
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The heartland of America is experiencing unprecedented demographic changes as more Latino newcomers move to rural communities. Our goal is to understand the factors that contribute to the integration and economic contributions of Latino newcomers to the Midwest, using a sustainable livelihood strategies model to focus especially on the roles of identity, acculturation, social capital, and context of reception.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Volume 90 Issue 5, pages 1319-1325.