Migration and Social Cohesion in the UK

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Springer, May 3, 2012 - Social Science - 232 pages
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Based on a flagship research project for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's Immigration and Inclusion programme, this book argues that social cohesion is achieved through people (new arrivals as well as the long-term settled) being able to resolve the conflicts and tensions within their day-to-day lives in ways that they find positive and viable.
 

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Place BelongingandSocial Cohesion
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MARY J. HICKMAN Professor of Irish Studies and Sociology and Director at the Institute for the Study of European Transformations at London Metropolitan University, UK.
NICOLA MAI Reader in Migration Studies at the Institute for the Study of European Transformations at London Metropolitan University, UK.
HELEN CROWLEY Senior Research Fellow in the Institute for the Study of European Transformations at London Metropolitan University, UK.