Review of Immigration and Integration in Urban Communities: Renegotiating the City, ed. Lisa Hanley, Blair Ruble, and Allison Garland

Irazabal Zurita, Clara E.

This book challenges the prevailing, counterpoising paradigms of immigration studies and integration strategies -- multiculturalism and assimilationism -- by noting that host communities are not as static and migrants are constantly evolving, reacting and adapting to each other.



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November 23, 2011