Shifting dilemmas: Multiculturalism and integration policies in Europe
The myths, traditions and language that allegedly give form to a nation-state come into conflict with multiculturalism as a method for integrating immigrants or other ethnic minorities, which is consequently resented. Assimilation is oftern preferred, both officially and by the majority of the public. Those who have immigrated from other nation-states may find this difficult to accept. Multiculturalism has more to offer them. The same is true for indigenous minorities who may have an ethnic...[Show more]
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