The upcoming new elite among children of immigrants: a cross-country and cross-sector comparison. Edited by Maurice Crul & Elif Keskiner. Read the articles here.
Special issue of New Diversities 2014/1 now online.
Guest Editors: Jens Schneider (University of Osnabrück) and Maurice Crul (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
We think that this special issue will make a powerful contribution to current scholarly debates on migration and diversities!
Read our book Super-diversity/Superdiversiteit/Super-diversité (Crul et al 2013) in English, Dutch or French following this link
Superdiversiteit, een nieuwe visie op het Amsterdam van hoogleraar Maurice Crul waarin autochtone inwoners sinds kort de nieuwe minderheid vormen.
"Marokkaanse vrouwen zijn nu in de stad Amsterdam de groep met de langste woongeschiedenis."
The ELITES project focuses on the upcoming elite in three sectors: law, education and business in four countries.
Quatre courts métrages produits pour Pathways to Success - Suisse
Four short films produced for Pathways to Success – Switzerland.
In this project, we focus the educational and professional careers of Turkish and former Yugoslavian second generation descendents in the cities of Basle, Zurich and Geneva. Our aim is to identify main factors - e.g. personal, social but also institutional - influencing educational trajectories as well as professional careers and professional success in different areas of the labour market.
In a first step, the project looks at quantitative data gathered in the research project “The integration of the European Second Generation” (TIES). The main part of the study consists of hundred qualitative in-depth interviews with people of Turkish and former Yugoslavian origin as well as a comparison group of native, who are working in different professional sectors (business, law, teaching, public administration). Local case studies and contextual analyses of the selected cities and metropolitan areas will accompany the qualitative fieldwork. A particular focus in the analyses of the empirical data will be put on the potential influence of urban contexts on successful careers of people of immigrant and low socio-economic background. Additionally, the Swiss data will be compared with the data collected in the other European countries – in particular with results from Germany and Austria.
Project team: Rosita Fibbi (project leader) and Philipp Schnell
The research project “Pathways to Success” of the Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies (SFM) at the University of Neuchâtel, is funded by the Stiftung Mercator Schweiz.
Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies
University of Neuchâtel
Fbg de l'Hôpital 106
CH - 2000 Neuchâtel
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