Children of international migrants in Europe

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By Statement Roger Penn & Paul Lambert
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Lc Classifications HQ792.E8 P46 2009
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Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. 168-190) and indexes.
Number Of Pages 199
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Pagination xii, 199 p. :
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Publish Date 2009
Publish Places Basingstoke, UK
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Publishers Palgrave Macmillan
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Children of international migrants in Europe
Authors Roger Penn
Paul Lambert
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Categories Social Science
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Description What is happening to young adults in contemporary Europe? How central is ethnic background to their prospects and lives? This book provides a comparative analysis of the situation of over 2500 children of international migrants in Europe. Focussing on Britain, France and Germany, it examines nine ethnic/nationality groups including Pakistanis and Indians in Britain, Magrebians in France and Turks in Germany. The book includes new empirical material on language use, educational experiences, labour market entry, political incorporation and cultural behaviour of young adults in these three countries based upon a unique comparative international survey. Roger Penn and Paul Lambert offer an antidote to the hysteria surrounding international migrants that has become increasingly evident in the media since 2001. Their findings indicate that there is a widespread process of assimilation underway in each of the three countries, alongside the maintenance of cultural and religious identities associated with parents' country of birth.
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Page Count 256
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Published Date 2009-09-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle Comparative Perspectives
Title Children of International Migrants in Europe

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