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100 1  Pardo, Fabiola,|eauthor 
245 10 Challenging the paradoxes of integration policies :|bLatin
       Americans in the European city /|cby Fabiola Pardo 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2018 
300    1 online resource (xxii, 165 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Migration, minorities and modernity,|x2522-0713 ;|vvolume 
       2 
505 0  Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- The geopolitical 
       context of the "new migration" in Europe and the 
       challenges of integration -- A critical approach to the 
       notion of integration and its use in policy -- Urban 
       diversity and the scope of multiculturalism -- 
       Transnationalism and interculturalism as patterns of 
       integration in a global perspective -- Amsterdam's 
       political pillars of diversity -- London, global city and 
       "Superdiversity" -- Madrid's intercultural perspective -- 
       The limits of citizenship as a strategy for integration --
       Europe in the context of Latin-American international 
       migrations -- Latin Americans as a new immigrant group at 
       the beginning of the twenty first century -- Latino 
       trajectories in the European city: Amsterdam, London and 
       Madrid -- Latin Americans confronting integration policies
       -- Transnationalism and integration synergies -- The 
       ambiguities surrounding "migratory status" in integration 
       processes -- The city as a refuge: space, coexistence and 
       agency -- Conclusions -- Bibliography 
520    This book traces Latin American migration to Europe since 
       the 1970s. Focusing on Amsterdam, London, and Madrid, it 
       examines the policies of integration in a comparative 
       perspective that takes into account transnational, 
       national, regional and local levels. It examines the 
       entire mechanism that Latin American migrants confront in 
       the European cities they settle, and provides readers with
       a theoretical framework on integration that addresses the 
       concepts of multiculturalism, interculturality, 
       transculturality and transnationalism. This work is based 
       on rich qualitative data from in-depth interviews, focus 
       groups and participant observation complemented by a 
       substantial documentary and legislative analysis. It 
       reveals that current policies are limited and migrants are
       excluded in most of the formal venues for integration. In 
       addition, the book shows the many ways that migrants 
       negotiate the constraints and imperatives of integration. 
       In Western Europe today, immigrants are largely assuming 
       the entire responsibility of their integration. This book 
       provides readers with much needed insight into why 
       European integration policies are not responding to the 
       needs of immigrants nor to society as a whole 
650  0 Latin Americans|zEurope 
650  0 Latin Americans|xCultural assimilation 
650  0 Social integration|zEurope 
650 14 Social Sciences 
650 24 Migration 
650 24 Political Science 
650 24 Sociology, general 
651  0 Latin America|xEmigration and immigration 
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830  0 Migration, minorities and modernity ;|vvolume 2 
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