Based on Britannica: "Immigration, is the process through which individuals become permanent residents or citizens of another country. Historically, the process of immigration has been of great social, economic, and cultural benefit to states. The immigration experience is long and varied and has in many cases resulted in the development of multicultural societies; many modern states are characterized by a wide variety of cultures and ethnicities that have derived from previous periods of immigration."
Databases are a great place to search for individual articles from newspapers, magazines, and academic journals.
While many news and magazine articles may also be found with an internet search engine, our subscription databases can provide you with access to older articles that are not available online and other pay-per-view materials, plus additional options to refine your search. As far as scholarly articles go, databases should be your first stop! Most scholarly literature is not freely available.
Get started quickly with the seach bar below, or check out some of our subject-specific recommendations. Be sure you've registered for off-campus access.
All of Touro's print books can be found by searching the catalog (above, or under the "Catalog" tab on the library homepage). Use the advanced search to limit your results by year, campus location, under Location. If a print book you'd like is at a different campus, learn how to request it.
For eBooks use the eBooks link on library homepage.
The items below are just a sampling of the many titles available:
To find additional quality information online, try using Google Scholar, which searches an academically-oriented subset of online materials: