European Multiculturalism RevisitedBy: Alessandro Silj (editor), Malehia Malik (contributor), Valerie Amiraux (contributor), Tina Gudrun Jensen (contributor), Thijl Sunier (contributor), Stefano Allievi (contributor), Christophe Bertossi (contributor), Stephan Lanz (contributor)Paperback
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DescriptionEuropean Multiculturalism Revisited analyses the alleged crises of the main `models' of multicultural societies experienced by Europe since the end of World War II, based on research conducted by local scholars in the UK, Denmark, the Netherlands, Italy, France and Germany. Each chapter provides an historical account of how the model developed and was implemented in the country in question, followed by an in-depth analysis of the factors that have led to the claim that the model has failed. The questions being, Did it actually fail? And if it failed was it because of some intrinsic weaknesses or external circumstances? This volume is a groundbreaking contribution to a topic of vital contemporary importance.
About AuthorAlessandro Silj is Founder and Director of Ethnobarometer, a European research network on migration and inter-ethnic relations, and author of several books and essays on European affairs and Italian politics. He is also Secretary General, of the Italian Social Science Council (CSS).
ContentsIntroduction - Alessandro Silj 1. Progressive Multiculturalism: The British Experience - Maleiha Malik 2. Revisiting the multiculturalist model: France - Valerie Amiraux 3. The German Sonderweg: Multiculturalism as Racism with a Distance - Stephan Lanz 4. Multiculturalism in Italy: The Missing Model - Stefano Allievi 5. Making Room: Encompassing Diversity in Denmark - Tina Gudrun Jensen 6. Assimilation by conviction or by coercion? Integration policies in the Netherlands - Thijl Sunier Conclusion: Mistaken models of integration? A comparative and critical perspective on the crisis of citizenship and multiculturalism in Europe - Christophe Bertossi
- publication date: 14/10/2010
- ISBN13: 9781848135604
- Format: Paperback
- Number Of Pages: 272
- ID: 9781848135604
- ISBN10: 1848135602
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