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Rethinking Civil Society in Development: Scales and situated hegemonies
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Ethnic residential segregation is often explained with the claim that ‘immigrants don’t want to integrate—they prefer to stick together with co-ethnics’. By contrast, mixed neighbourhoods are seen as crucial for achieving ...
Opportunities and risks among migrant workers in the hotel industry in Oslo
(De Gruyter Open, 2016-07-23)
This article examines working conditions, careers and aspirations among immigrants working in the hotel industry in the Greater Oslo region. Using theories of labour market segregation and segmentation, and drawing ...
“You are Responsible for Your People”: The Role of Diaspora Leaders in the Governance of Immigrant Integration in Russia
(The George Washington University, 2016)
The Russian authorities are becoming increasingly aware of the need to improve the integration of Russia’s many immigrants into Russian society. This article examines power relations between state and civil ...