Minorities in European Cities The Dynamics of Social Integration and Social Exclusion at the Neighbourhood Level
Written by Sophie Body-Gendrot, Marco Martiniello
Part of the Migration, Minorities & Citizenship Series
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Minorities in European Cities The Dynamics of Social Integration and Social Exclusion at the Neighbourhood Level by Sophie Body-Gendrot, Marco MartinielloMinorities in European Cities examines the issues pertaining to the dynamics of social integration and social exclusion of immigrant minorities at the neighbour-hood level. The book looks at the question of the participation and exclusion of migrants in the field of economics . The study focuses on social relations at the neighbourhood level and their impact on the exclusion/inclusion process as well as forms of political exclusion of migrant origin population in the local politics and policy-making processes. Finally, Minorities in European Cities examines the ways in which conceptions of law and order and security, as well as the local institutional praxis they engender, effect exclusion/inclusion opportunities.
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Sophie Body-Gendrot, Marco Martiniello
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Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA
30th September 2000
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