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Title Europe's established and emerging immigrant communities : assimilation, multiculturalism or integration / edited by Carlton Howson and Momodou Sallah

Publ Info Stoke Ont. Trent, UK ; Sterling, Va. : Trentham Books, 2009
LOCATION CALL # STATUS NOTE
 PC  JV7590 .E97 2009    AVAILABLE
 RWU Main Library  JV7590 .E97 2009    AVAILABLE
 Salve Main Collection  JV7590 .E97 2009    AVAILABLE
 URI  JV7590 E97 2009    AVAILABLE
 Wheaton Stacks  JV7590 .E976 2009    AVAILABLE
Descript xii, 168 pages ; 25 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Dawn of a new Europe: addressing "otherness" / Momodou Sallah -- Muslims and European policies: the way forward / Tariq Ramadan -- New developments for the welfare of migrants in Europe / Mark RD Johnson -- Sickle Cell: a signifier for the new Europe / Simon Dyson -- Restricionalism versus Liberalism? The rupture between asylum and integration in the EU / Jenny Phillimore -- Belonging to the Nation: a comparative study of Somali refugee and asylum seekers living in the UK and Denmark / Gill Valentine, Deborah Sporton and Katrine Bang Nielsen -- 'Until yesterday we lived together Do juce smo zivjeli zajdeno': youth and community in Northern Ireland and Bosnia-Herzegovina / Alan Grattan, Marina Zhunich and Martin McMullan -- Housing and community cohesion in rural areas / Tim Brown -- policing experiences and perceptions of new communities in Britain / Perry Stanislas -- Crabs in a barrel: race, class and widening participation / Carlton Howson -- A multiculturalist approach for gypsys and travellers? How the lack of site provision engenders conflict and promotes assimilation / Joanna Richardson -- Community cohesion, the 'death of multiculturalism' and work with young people / Paul Thomas
LC subject Europe -- Emigration and immigration
Immigrants -- Cultural assimilation -- Europe
Add Author Howson, Carlton
Sallah, Momodou
ISBN 9781858564661
1858564662