1998 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1998 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His main research concerns Ethnic group, Socioeconomic status, Immigration, Race and Demography. His studies deal with areas such as Genealogy, Casual and Islam as well as Ethnic group. His Socioeconomic status study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Microdata, Fertility and Infant mortality.
He has included themes like Gender studies and Asian americans in his Immigration study. Charles Hirschman combines subjects such as Diversity and Redress with his study of Race. His Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Census, Gerontology and Socioeconomics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Demography, Ethnic group, Socioeconomic status, Immigration and Fertility. His study explores the link between Demography and topics such as Census that cross with problems in Population growth. He works mostly in the field of Ethnic group, limiting it down to topics relating to Race and, in certain cases, Social mobility, Colonialism and Diversity, as a part of the same area of interest.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social change and Educational attainment. His Immigration research incorporates themes from Economic growth, Development economics, Asian americans and Demographic economics. His research integrates issues of Developing country, Total fertility rate and Developed country in his study of Fertility.
Charles Hirschman mostly deals with Immigration, Race, Demography, Development economics and Gender studies. His Immigration research integrates issues from Economic growth, Diversity, Social mobility and Demographic economics. Charles Hirschman interconnects Pedagogy, Socioeconomic status, Ethnic group and Social constructionism in the investigation of issues within Race.
The concepts of his Ethnic group study are interwoven with issues in Situational ethics and Social psychology. His Demography study incorporates themes from Immigrant generation, Higher education, Census and Public affair. His research investigates the connection with Census and areas like Population growth which intersect with concerns in Life expectancy, Fertility, Microdata and Centenarian.
Charles Hirschman focuses on Immigration, Gender studies, Diversity, Ethnic group and Social mobility. Charles Hirschman has researched Immigration in several fields, including Economic growth, Workforce and Creative work. His Economic growth study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Culture of the United States, Meritocracy and Acculturation.
His study in the field of Patriarchy is also linked to topics like Agricultural productivity and Malay. His work deals with themes such as Economic geography, Color line, Development economics, Racial formation theory and Americanization, which intersect with Diversity. The various areas that Charles Hirschman examines in his Ethnic group study include Fertility, Race, Demography, Population growth and Microdata.
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The Role of Religion in the Origins and Adaptation of Immigrant Groups in the United States1
International Migration Review (2006)
America's Melting Pot Reconsidered
Review of Sociology (1983)
The educational enrollment of immigrant youth: a test of the segmented-assimilation hypothesis.
The Meaning and Measurement of Ethnicity in Malaysia: An Analysis of Census Classifications
The Journal of Asian Studies (1987)
The making of race in colonial Malaya: Political economy and racial ideology
Sociological Forum (1986)
Why Fertility Changes
Review of Sociology (1994)
The Extraordinary Educational Attainment of Asian-Americans: A Search for Historical Evidence and Explanations
Charles Hirschman;Morrison G. Wong.
Social Forces (1986)
The Handbook of International Migration: The American Experience
Charles Hirschman;Philip Kasinitz;Josh Dewind.
The Changing Racial and Ethnic Composition of the US Population: Emerging American Identities
Anthony Daniel Perez;Charles Hirschman.
Population and Development Review (2009)
Socioeconomic Gains of Asian Americans, Blacks, and Hispanics: 1960-1976
Charles Hirschman;Morrison G. Wong.
American Journal of Sociology (1984)
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