オランダにおける移民統合:文化対社会経済<br>Integrating Immigrants in the Netherlands : Cultural Versus Socio-Economic Integration (Research in Migration and Ethnic Relations)

オランダにおける移民統合:文化対社会経済
Integrating Immigrants in the Netherlands : Cultural Versus Socio-Economic Integration (Research in Migration and Ethnic Relations)

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  • 言語 ENG
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Using a behaviourist and quantitative approach, this study examines the vexed questions surrounding the economic and cultural integration of immigrants into the Netherlands. The authors use the Dutch case as a specific example of a wider European problem. The book examines the two opposing theoretical and political points of view on integration, whether immigrants need to adapt to the dominant culture before they are able to fully participate in socio-economic life, or whether as they participate in socio-economic life they will gradually adapt to the dominant culture. Based primarily on quantitative research, the authors unravel the complex interrelationship between cultural and socio-economic integration. They explore some of the barriers to entry into Dutch society and discuss questions of ethnic identification, parenting, educational achievement and the labour market. Since contextual factors clearly affect integration, the study also looks at the effects of migrant policies and immigration policies in different West European countries and examines social distance from immigrant groups by the native Dutch population.

Table of Contents

List of Tables                                     vii
List of Figures x
List of Contributors xi
Acknowledgements xv
Introduction
Cultural Orientation and Socio-Economic
Integration of Immigrants the Netherlands
Louk Hagendoorn, Justus Veenman & Wilma 1 (16)
Vollebergh
1 An International Comparison of Migration and
Immigrant Policy with Respect to Immigrants
from Turkey and their Participation in the
Labour Market
Philip Muus 17 (24)
2 Why the Dutch Maintain More Social Distance
from Some Ethnic Minorities than Others: A
Model Explaining the Ethnic Hierarchy
Louk Hagendoorn & Jos Pepels 41 (22)
3 Myths and Realities of Diversity in Parenting
and Parent-Child Relations: A Comparison of
Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Families in the
Netherlands
Trees Pels & C馗ile Nijsten 63 (20)
Appendix 83 (8)
4 Parenting and Adolescent Development in
Dutch, Turkish and Moroccan Families in the
Netherlands
Annerieke Oosterwegel, Wilma Vollebergh, 91 (16)
Trees Pels & C馗ile Nijsten
Appendix 107(4)
5 Normative Orientation and Academic
Achievement in a School Context
Maykel Verkuyten & Kadir Canatan 111(34)
6 Acculturation, Motivation and Educational
Attainment: A Contextual Model of Minority
School Achievement
Karen Phalet & Iris Andriessen 145(28)
7 The Ethno-Cultural and Socio-Economic
Position of Ethnic Minority Groups in the
Netherlands
Arend Od & Justus Veenman 173(20)
Appendix 193(6)
8 The Cultural Integration of Immigrants in the
Netherlands: A Description and Explanation of
Modern Attitudes of Turks, Moroccans,
Surinamese, Antilleans and the Indigenous
Population
Wilfred Uunk 199(28)
Appendix 227(8)
Conclusion
Some Conclusions on the Integration of
Immigrants in the Netherlands
Louk Hagendoorn, Justus Veenman & Wilma 235(8)
Vollebergh
Index 243