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Ethnicity and Integration

  • John Stillwell
  • Maarten van Ham
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Part of the Understanding Population Trends and Processes book series (UPTA, volume 3)

Abstract

This introductory chapter of the book contains an examination of the concepts of race,ethnicity, immigration and integration, together with a brief consideration of selected measures of ethnic evenness, isolation, diversity and density that are used in subsequent chapters. This discussion sets the scence for the chapters that follow, explains the structure of the book and introduces the contents of each chapter.

Keywords

Ethnic Group Ethnic Minority Total Fertility Rate Local Labour Market Labour Force Survey 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Geography, University of LeedsLeedsUK
  2. 2.School of Geography and Geosciences, Centre for Housing Research, University of St AndrewsFifeScotland, UK

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