“A two-way process of accommodation” Public perceptions of integration along the migration-mobility continuum
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AbstractDespite decades of policy and academic focus, integration remains a contested and opaque concept. Yet in recent years with its promise of social cohesion and shared citizenship, it has obtained a morally privileged status in contrast to the political disenchantment now attached to multiculturalism. This chapter presents a case study on public perceptions of integration among migrants and non migrants in two cities within the European Union, Edinburgh and Stockholm.
Mahendran, Kesi <http://oro.open.ac.uk/view/person/km2642.html> (2013). “A two-way process of accommodation” Public perceptions of integration along the migration-mobility continuum. In: Korkut, Umut; Bucken-Knapp, Greg; McGarry, Aidan; Hinnfors, Jonas and Drake, Helen eds. The Discourses and Politics of Migration in Europe. Europe in Transition. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 109–131.