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Immigration, Race and Ethnicity in Contemporary France

by Alec G. Hargreaves

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Immigration is one of the more significant and persistent issues in contemporary France. It raises concepts such as the "ghetto" and the "underclass"; it has errupted in flashpoints such as the Islamic headscarf affair and the Gulf War, and it has become central to the political debate with the rise of Jean-Marie Le Pen's extreme right-wing party. Spanning politics and economics, social structures and cultural practices, this study should be of interest to undergraduates and researchers in French studies, migration studies and ethnic relations, and a wide range of social science disciplines.

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