Immigration is one of the most significant and persistant issues in contremporary France. It raises controversial concepts such as the "ghetto" and the "underclass;" it has erupted in flashpoints such as the Gulf War; and it has become central to the political debate with the rise of Jean-Marie Le Pen's extreme right-wing party. Immigration, Race and Ethnicity in Contemporary France is the first comprehensive survey to be published in English covering developments in this field during the last twenty years. Spanning politics and economics, social structures and cultural practices, this authoritative study will be of keen interest to those in French studies, migration studies and ethnic relations as well as to a wide range of social science disciplines.
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Published February 12, 1979
History, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Arts & Photography, Travel.