The Immigrant Threat: The Integration of Old and New Migrants in Western Europe Since 1850

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University of Illinois Press, 2005 - 277 pagina's
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Since the 1980s, anti-immigrant discourse has shifted away from the color of immigrants to their religion and culture, focusing on newcomers from Muslim countries who are feared as terrorists and the products of tribal societies with values fundamentally opposed to those of secular western Europe. Leo Lucassen's The Immigrant Threat tackles the question of whether it is reasonable to believe that the integration process of these new immigrants will indeed be fundamentally different in the long run (over multiple generations) from ones experienced by similar immigrant groups in the past.
 

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Introduction
1
187o194o
74
Caribbean Migrants in Great Britain
113
Foreigners Within? Turks in Germany 196o2oo2
144
Algerians in France
171
Conclusion
197
Notes
215
Bibliography
241
Index
269
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Leo Lucassen is an associate professor of social and economic history at the University of Amsterdam and the author of numerous books and articles in Dutch, German, and English.

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