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by Bernhard Peters,Rosemarie Sackmann

ePub Identity and Integration: Migrants in Western Europe (Research in Migration and Ethnic Relations Series) download
Author:
Bernhard Peters,Rosemarie Sackmann
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978-0754632115
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0754632113
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Routledge (September 28, 2003)
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Social Sciences
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PDF In light of increasing migration in Europe, the aim of the current study is to gather a better understanding of the societal position, societal and political participation, and embeddedness of migrants in Western European countries. Cite this publication.

Symbolic boundaries, cultural differences and ethnic conflicts have gained significance and new meanings in a global situation characterized by the dissolution of traditional political and societal structures.

Security, Insecurity and Migration in Europe. Roma and Gypsy-Travellers in Europe. Modernity, race, space and exclusion. Author (Person): Lazaridis, Gabriella Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Published: March 2011 (Last update: 01/03/2011). Author (Person): Bancroft, Angus Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Published: 2005 (Last update: 01/01/2005). New European identity and citizenship. Author (Person): Leveau, Rémy Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Published: 2002 (Last update: 01/01/2002). Multicultural policies and modes of citizenship in European cities.

Increasing unemployment levels due to the economic recession fuelled hostility, racism, and xenophobia towards certain visible groups of resident migrants.

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This book provides theoretical and empirical discussion of migration, identity and Europeanisation. With contributions from leading international scholars, it provides both an overview of theoretical perspectives and a comprehensive set of case studies, covering both Eastern and Western Europe. International migration, on the other hand, has for several decades had an impact on the most developed nation-states in Western Europe, yet in the last decade it has not only been intensifying, but its impact has also been increasingly felt in Southern and Central Eastern Europe (see the chapters by Romaniszyn and Morawska in this volume).

Symbolic boundaries, cultural differences and ethnic conflicts have gained significance and new meanings in a global situation characterized by the dissolution of traditional political and societal structures. Communications and political and economic interactions increasingly cross the borders of states, nations and ethnic communities, and yet symbolic borders and separate group identities are nevertheless asserted. The perceived efforts of migrants to maintain their cultural and ethnic identities are often blamed as a cause of conflict within nation states. This intriguing volume recognizes that migrants with an Islamic background are seen as especially problematic cases. Turks are the biggest category among Muslim migrants in Europe and more than one third of all Muslim migrants in Europe are from Turkey. Referring primarily to immigration from Turkey, this book combines both exemplary case studies of Turks within Europe and theoretical papers with innovative perspectives on the relations between integration and identity.