The question of integration : immigration, exclusion and the Danish welfare state /

The question of integration has become an important concern as many societies are experiencing a growing influx of people from abroad. But what does integration really mean? What does it take for a person to be integrated in a society? Through a number of.

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Other Authors: Olwig, Karen Fog, 1948-, Paerregaard, Karsten.
Format: eBook
Published: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars, 2011.
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Table of Contents:
  • The cultural construction of Danish society. Integrating Denmark: The welfare state as a National(ist) accomplishment / Steffen Jöhncke
  • "The family of Denmark" and "the Aliens": Kinship images in Danish integration politics / Mikkel Rytter
  • The paradox of integration: Excluding while claiming to integrate into Danish society / Inger Sjørslev
  • Religion and integration: Three Danish models for the relationship between religion and society / Cecilie Rubow
  • To be Danish and Muslim: Internalizing the stranger? / Tina Gudrun Jensen
  • Contesting Danish civility: The cartoon crisis as transitional drama / Heiko Henkel
  • Day-care in Denmark: The key to social integration / Helle Bundgaard
  • Psychiatric patients with a Non-Danish ethnic background: Categorization in a Danish welfare institution / Katrine Schepelern Johansen
  • Suffering for benefits? Integration and social exchange between Iraqi refugees and Danish welfare institutions / Sofie Danneskiold-Samsoe
  • Caught in the grid of difference and gratitude: HIV positive Africans facing the challenges of Danish sociality / Hanne Overgaard Mogense
  • The obligation to participate: Micro-integrative processes of civil sociality / Sally Anderson
  • Integration, of the Folk and by the Folk / Richard Jenkins
  • Danes and others / Ralph Grillo
  • The multiple registers of immigrant reception: Comparative mythologies / Vered Amit.