Immigrant Integration in the New Immigration Destinations

Monday, July 14, 2014: 3:30 PM-5:20 PM
Room: 313+314
RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Hirohisa TAKENOSHITA, Sophia University, Japan
How Integration Took over the Immigration Agenda - from 'bad Idea' to 'best Practice' (Oral Presentation)
Moritz JESSE, Leiden University, Netherlands

Multiculturalism and Minority Well-Being in Fourteen European States (Oral Presentation)
Pamela Irving JACKSON, Rhode Island College, USA; Peter DOERSCHLER, Bloomsburg University, USA

Spanish Integration Model (Oral Presentation)
Antonio ALVAREZ-BENAVIDES, École Hautes Études Sciences Sociales, France

Developmental Multiculturalism In The East and Liberal Multiculturalism In The West? (Oral Presentation)
Nora KIM, University of Mary Washington, USA

Immigrant Occupational Attainment in Japan and Its Determinants; Is It a “Structured Settlement”? (Oral Presentation)
Yu KOREKAWA, Nat Inst Population & Social Security , Japan

Female Migration in Greece and Integration Issues: Access to Welfare System and Political Participation (Distributed Paper)
Laura MARATOU-ALIPRANTI, EKKE- Athens University, Greece

The Changes in the Form of Japanese Integration in Brazil (Distributed Paper)
Alberto Augusto Eichman JAKOB, University of Campinas, Brazil; Jonatha Rodrigo DE OLIVEIRA LIRA, University of Campinas, Brazil