3 edition of Ethnic-cultural and socio-economic integration in the Netherlands found in the catalog.
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Get this from a library. Ethnic-cultural and socio-economic integration in the Netherlands: a comparative study of Mediterranean and Caribbean minority groups. [A W M Odé] -- The four largest immigrant groups in the Netherlands, i.e. Turks, Moroccans, Surinamese and Antilleans, were studied with respect to their strategies of social, cultural, and socio-economic.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Download This book examines racial and ethnic discrimination in the labour markets and workplaces of western Europe. Scholars from ten different countries set out the experience and implications of this exclusion for two main groups: the more established second and third generations of postwar migrant descent, and the 'new' migrants, including seasonal and undocumented workers and refugees.
minorities, while ‘formal participation’ is an indicator of ‘socio-economic integration’.1 The question that crops up in all elaborations of these classifications is to what extent clinging to the ethnic cultural repertoire is detrimental to achieving an established social position.
Ode, Ethnic-cultural and Socio-economic Integration in the Netherlands: A Comparative Study of Mediterranean and Caribbean Minority Groups (Assen: Van Gorcum, ), pAuthor: Gamze Avci.
This book approaches the issue of immigrant integration as a democratic justice problem. Based on Honneth’s recognition theory, it introduces the concept of ‘Just Integration’, which challenges the capacity of the actual recognition order of the host society to include its immigrants as full members.
understand tolerance of ethnic, cultural and reli-gious diversity in European societies and seeks to identify key messages for policymakers.
In particular the project analyses the kinds of tolerance existing in practice in 14 EU Member States and one candidate. 1 For example, U. Beck, Risk Society, Towards a New Modernity (London,).
2 This line of approach implies a considerable restriction; it blinds us to the question as to the extent to which cultural differences within the native population pose a threat to social cohe- sion.
3 For example, W Ultee, W Arts and H. Flap, Sociologie, Vragen, Uitspraken, Bevindingen (Gronin- gen, ) and N. A second category of comparative studies examines the integration of the same immigrant groups in different national or local immigration contexts.
Koopmans, for example, investigates the effects of integration policies and welfare state regimes on the socio-economic integration of immigrants in eight European countries. The comparison leads. This paper closely scrutinizes two assumptions regarding Dutch integration policies: (1) they were a failure on the socio-economic front, and (2) facilitating pluralism was what Dutch cultural.
The question of ethnic minority integration becomes more complicated, perhaps paradoxically, due to the European integration process. Old and recent member states strive to accept diversity within Europe as well as to define their geopolitical and cultural position within the.
In this era of globalization, diversity in the business environment is about more than gender, race and ethnicity. It now includes employees with diverse religious and political beliefs, education, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientation, cultures and even disabilities.
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In parallel, the PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) results showed a marked social gap in educational achievement in most OECD countries, yet the gap differs substantially from one country to another. 1,2 This gap seems to run along socio-economic and ethnic-cultural lines: children from ethnic minorities and children from poor.
A giant stride in curbing Nigeria’s socio-economic and political challenges is the integration of National Integrity Systems (NIS) in the system of government. The international and national struggle against corruption; a key factor, is dependent on the quality of National Integrity System of countries (the rules, laws, organizations to.
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Based on ethnographic research on social interventions in a demographi. Introduction. Migration studies have developed rapidly as a research field in recent decades.
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One statement which seems to override all others says, “Spiritual unity is to be expressed among Christians by acceptance and love of one another across ethnic, cultural, socio-economic, national, generational, gender, and denominational lines.” That is the key point.
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Martijn de Koning’s contribution strikingly illustrates the intersection of methodological and ethical dilemmas with issues of academic labellings and public (lay) associations with Salafis(m), which emerged during his research on Muslim militant activists in the Netherlands.
Ethnic cultural minorities who come to the Netherlands should change their behaviour and be more like native Dutch people (reversed). 9 I am uncomfortable in a room full of people from different cultures acting in a different way and speaking with strong accents (reversed).His latest book is on the comparison of contemporary integration, citizenship and integration regimes of Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands on the discourse developed by various ethnic, cultural, and religious groups in the country.
state like Turkey with its overwhelmingly Muslim population and socio-economic conditions below.A nation state is a state in which a great majority shares the same culture and is conscious of it. The nation state is an ideal in which cultural boundaries match up with political boundaries.
According to one definition, "a nation state is a sovereign state of which most of its subjects are united also by factors which defined a nation such as language or common descent.".