The family in question : immigrant and ethnic minorities in multicultural Europe / edited by Ralph Grillo. - [Amsterdam] : Amsterdam Univ. Press, ©2008. - 1 online resource (312 pages) : illustrations. - IMISCOE research . - IMISCOE research. .

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The family in dispute : insiders and outsiders / Inside and outside : contrasting perspectives on the dynamics of kinship and marriage in contemporary South Asian transnational networks / 'For women and children!' : the family and immigration politics in Scandinavia / Defining 'family' and bringing it together : the ins and outs of family reunification in Portugal / Debating cultural difference : Ayaan Hirsi Ali on Islam and women / Family dynamics, uses of religion and inter-ethnic relations within the Portuguese cultural ecology / The dream family : Muslim migrants in Austria / Who cares? : 'external', 'internal' and 'mediator' debates about South Asian elders' needs / Italian families in Switzerland : sites of belonging or 'golden cages'? : perceptions and discourses inside and outside the migrant family / Dealing with 'that thing' : female circumcision and Sierra Leonean refugee girls in the UK / Socio-cultural dynamics in intermarriage in Spain : beyond simplistic notions of hybridity / Debating culture across distance : transnational families and the obligation to care / Ralph Grillo -- Roger Ballard -- Anniken Hagelund -- Maria Lucinda Fonseca and Meghann Ormond -- Erik Snel and Femke Stock -- Susana and José Bastos -- Anna Stepien -- Kanwal Mand -- Susanne Wessendorf -- Radha Rajkotia -- Dan Rodríguez-García -- Loretta Baldassar.

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"The family lives of immigrants and ethnic minority populations have become central to arguments about the right and wrong ways of living in multicultural societies. While the characteristic cultural practices of such families have long been scrutinized by the media and policy makers, these groups themselves are beginning to reflect on how to manage their family relationships. Exploring case studies from Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Australia, The Family in Question explores how those in public policy often dangerously reflect the popular imagination, rather than recognizing the complex changes taking place within the global immigrant community"--Publisher's description.


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English.

9048501539 9789048501533

10.5117/9789053568699 doi

22573/ctt45sswk JSTOR


Ethnicity--Europe.
Immigrant families--Europe--Case studies.
Immigrant families--Europe.
Minority families--Europe--Case studies.
Minority families--Europe.
Multiculturalism--Europe.
Ethnicity.
Immigrant families.
Migration, immigration and emigration.
Minority families.
Multiculturalism.
Social issues and processes.
SOCIAL SCIENCE--General.
SOCIAL SCIENCE--Sociology--General.
Society and culture: general.
Society and social sciences.
Sociology and anthropology.


Europe.

Anthropology Graphic Historical Persons treatment Sociology Women


Electronic book.
Electronic books.
Case studies.

HQ611 / .F36 2008eb

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