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Pathways of integration of young French of Maghrebi background in Montreal
Mandin, Jérémy 
2020 • In Suter, Brigitte; Åkesson, Lisa (Eds.) Contemporary European Emigration : Situating Integration in New Destinations
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Keywords :
integration; Quebec; European emigration
Abstract :
[en] In the French public debate, the French migrant is mainly described through the image of a white, middle class expat. This makes the diversity of the population who decide to leave France for extra-European destinations invisible. But what about the effect of such diversity on the integration process abroad? This chapter focuses on the integration process of young French of Maghrebi origin who moved to the city of Montreal (Canada). Building on the concept of a ‘pathway’ of integration, the chapter unfolds both the structural dynamics shaping the opportunity for durable integration and the strategies that are carved out by individual Maghrebi French migrants to make Montreal home. Through the presentation of three selected cases, the chapter highlights the diversity of the pathways of integration followed in Montreal, in particular regarding the identification and the interactions with the French population in the city.
Disciplines :
Anthropology
Sociology & social sciences
Author, co-author :
Mandin, Jérémy ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département des sciences sociales > Centre d'études de l'ethnicité et des migrations (CEDEM)
Language :
English
Title :
Pathways of integration of young French of Maghrebi background in Montreal
Publication date :
13 February 2020
Main work title :
Contemporary European Emigration : Situating Integration in New Destinations
Editor :
Suter, Brigitte
Åkesson, Lisa
Publisher :
Routledge
Edition :
1st
ISBN/EAN :
9780429202018
Pages :
77-96
Peer reviewed :
Peer reviewed

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