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Turkish Immigrants in Eu – Erzan: Determinants of Immigration and Integration

Social science


by
Refik Erzan (Editor) and Kemal Kirisci (Editor)

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 192 pages

File size: 1.7 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English


This book provides an analytical contribution to the contested issues marking Turkish membership to the European Union.

On October 2005 Turkey started the accession process towards EU membership. Currently, many Europeans fear that large numbers of Turkish nationals will flood member countries if Turkey were to become a member, highlighting that many Turkish immigrants have failed to integrate into their host societies due to cultural difference. Yet, others argue that Turkey is a dynamic society with a growing educated population that could help address the dilemmas faced by most member countries, emphasizing that accession would assist the integration of current immigrants in Europe.

Turkish Immigrants in the European Union addresses the following:

This book was previously published as a special issue of Turkish Studies and will be of interest to students and scholars of European studies and European integration.

This book provides an analytical contribution to the contested issues marking Turkish membership to the European Union.

On October 2005 Turkey started the accession process towards EU membership. Currently, many Europeans fear that large numbers of Turkish nationals will flood member countries if Turkey were to become a member, highlighting that many Turkish immigrants have failed to integrate into their host societies due to cultural difference. Yet, others argue… (more)

This book provides an analytical contribution to the contested issues marking Turkish membership to the European Union.

On October 2005 Turkey started the accession process towards EU membership. Currently, many Europeans fear that large numbers of Turkish nationals will flood member countries if Turkey were to become a member, highlighting that many Turkish immigrants have failed to integrate into their host societies due to cultural difference. Yet, others argue that Turkey is a dynamic society with a growing educated population that could help address the dilemmas faced by most member countries, emphasizing that accession would assist the integration of current immigrants in Europe.

Turkish Immigrants in the European Union addresses the following:

This book was previously published as a special issue of Turkish Studies and will be of interest to students and scholars of European studies and European integration.

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