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Crul Maurice (2005). « How do educational systems integrate? Integration of second-generation Turks in four different institutional settings ». In Conference 'The Next Generation. Immigrant Youth and Families in Comparative Perspective', Harvard, 29—30 octobre 2005. 
Added by: Feyfant Annie (01 Jan 1970 01:00:00 Europe/Paris)   Last edited by: Laure Endrizzi (02 Feb 2011 12:03:21 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Proceedings Article
BibTeX citation key: Crul2005
Categories: General
Keywords: Europe, migration
Creators: Crul
Publisher: (Harvard)
Collection: Conference 'The Next Generation. Immigrant Youth and Families in Comparative Perspective'
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"The study of integration processes has reached a crucial stage in most Western European countries with the emergence of the second generation. This opens a unique opportunity to compare the situations of the second generation across countries. The Turkish second generation makes up a good comparison group because they reside in many European countries. The educational position of the Turkish second generation differs a lot across countries. I can distinguish different scenario’s of social mobility for second generation Turks across countries. By thinking through the scenario’s I will make an attempt to describe the influence of country specific institutional arrangements in education and the transition to the labour market on the position of the second and third generation."
Added by: Feyfant Annie  Last edited by: Laure Endrizzi
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