One of the great virtues of immigration and conflict in europe by rafaela m dancygier is that she ventures systematically where few have gone before to the local level to analyze immigrant conflict with both native populations and state authorities thus this is a rich and important contribution to comparative analysis in a number of different ways martin a schain new york . Yet as immigration and conflict in europe shows the incidence of conflict involving immigrants and their descendants has varied widely across groups cities and countries the book presents a theory to account for this uneven pattern explaining why we observe clashes between immigrants and natives in some locations but not in others and why some cities experience confrontations between . The comparative politics of immigration explains why democratic governments adopt the immigration policies they do through an in depth study of immigration politics in germany canada switzerland and the united states antje ellermann examines the development of immigration policy from the postwar era to the present the book presents a new theory of immigration policymaking grounded in the . As it addresses this question immigration and conflict in europe presents a wealth of qualitative and quantitative materials on immigrant conflict in great britain germany and france from the postwar years until the beginning of the twenty first century focusing on immigrant native and immigrant state conflict and violence in cities and towns the book argues for the importance of economic . Immigration and conflict in europe cambridge studies in comparative politics new york cambridge university author martin bulmer publisher routledge isbn 9780429787799 category social science page 224 view 459 read now migration and race in europe covers various facets of the interplay between migration and race in europe over the past two decades there has been a growing
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