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Political Science Social Policy

Diverse Nations, Diverse Responses

Approaches to Social Cohesion in Immigrant Societies

edited by Paul Spoonley

by (author) Erin Tolley

McGill-Queen's University Press
Initial publish date
Jan 2013
Social Policy, Emigration & Immigration
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    Jan 2013
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In the decades since the Second World War, immigration has reshaped the racial, ethnic, religious, and linguistic diversity of many countries. While policies, programs, discourse, and public opinion vary across countries, concerns about social cohesion have been persistent and have increased in the wake of anti-immigrant politics and global economic insecurity.

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Erin Tolley is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Carleton University.

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