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Traditionalism gender and social change
Moroccan associations in a Dutch town
Commuting culture Immigrant networks groupspecific behaviour
Explanations for school success among secondgeneration Moroccan
and Hindustanis in the Netherlands
Turkish youth on the Dutch labour market
Part 1ll Social position group identity and categorisation
Migration and identity formation
Islamism or the need for alternatives
Does culture make a difference according to political parties?
Notes on the contributors
Al Hoceima Al-Manar Allochtonen Amsterdam Arabic behaviour Belgium Berber Bersiap Betuwe board members boys bride and groom centre context Creoles Creoles and Hindustanis criminal cultural Democrats 66 drug trade Dutch East Indies Dutch Eurasians Dutch society economic ethnic identification Eurasian background father gender Hassani mosque Het Spinhuis Hindustanis host society Iberian identity immi immigrant weddings important Indisch integration Islam Islamist Japanese kinship labour market language male Marokkaanse marriage migration minority policy Moroc Moroccan associations Moroccan community Moroccan immigrants Moroccan youth Morocco mosque board mothers multicultural Muslim mvt board nationalism Nederland Netherlands networks norms optional ethnicity organisation parents participation parties performances person pimjt political population Portuguese Portuguese and Spanish primary school problems PvdA Rabita Taqafia reference relations religious returnees ritual role Rotterdam school career socio-economic sociocultural Spinhuis successful Surinam Surinamese Tamazight Tiel tion traditional Turkey Turkish and Moroccan Turks Universiteit van Amsterdam women young