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Framing immigrant integration : Dutch research-policy dialogues in comparative perspective /

Peter Scholten.

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Main Author: Scholten, Peter
Published: [Amsterdam] : Amsterdam University Press, ©2011.
Series: IMISCOE research.
Topics: SOCIAL SCIENCE - Emigration & Immigration. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Comparative Politics. | Society and social sciences. | Society and culture: general. | Social issues and processes. | Migration, immigration and emigration. | Politics and government. | Sociology and anthropology. | Einwanderung | Soziale Integration | Ausländerpolitik | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Emigration & Immigration. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Comparative Politics. | Society and social sciences. | Society and culture: general. | Social issues and processes. | Migration, immigration and emigration. | Politics and government. | Sociology and anthropology. | Einwanderung | Soziale Integration | Ausländerpolitik
Regions: Netherlands - Emigration and immigration. | Netherlands. | Niederlande | Frankreich | Deutschland | Großbritannien | Niederlande | Frankreich | Deutschland | Großbritannien
Genres: Electronic books.
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Main Author: Scholten, Peter, 1980-
Physical Description: 1 online resource (314 pages).
Includes: Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN: 9789048513604 (electronic bk.)
904851360X (electronic bk.)






Language Note: English.
Summary: Debates on immigrant integration are often caught up in what academics and politicians like to call 'national models of integration'. Researchers and policymakers long for common ground. In the Netherlands, their symbiosis is fed by multiculturalism, something for which Dutch society has long been seen as exemplary. Still, the incorporation of migrants remains one of the country's most pressing social and political concerns. This book thus challenges the idea that there has ever been a coherent or consistent Dutch model of integration. Analysing how immigration is framed and reframed through d.

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