Intergroup relations and contact

Intergroup relations and contact as a consequence of migration refer to the interactions and relationships between and among migrant and non-migrant populations in societies. These groups may be nationally, ethnically or religiously constituted.

This topic includes studies that refer to intercultural communication, attitudes towards immigrants and minorities, acculturation strategies, perceived group threat, prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination. Studies acknowledging the hybridity of cultural identities such as those focusing on dual identities and intergroup interactions, are also listed under this topic.

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Making the most of super-diversity: notes on the potential of a new approach

Authors Tina Magazzini
Year 2017
Journal Name Policy & Politics
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