Integrácia imigrantov: Analýza multikultúrneho modelu vo Veľkej Británii

Dana Hellová

Abstrakt

This paper focuses on the integration of immigrants in British society via the multicultural model of integration. Its main objective is to determine whether the politics of multiculturalism approved during the 1960s helped to integrate ethnic minorities or led to a segregated society and community tension. The main section of the study focuses on the forms of British multiculturalism and the contemporary debate concerning the further direction of integration. A critical assessment of the situation in society verifies some failures in the former approach to the integration of ethnical minorities, who still suffer from discrimination and segregate themselves in their communities. The final section treats the question of the future of the multicultural model and its task in integrating new immigrants and asylum seekers. The article concludes that it is not possible to clearly affirm whether the integration model is growing towards assimilation or continuing in modified multiculturalism.

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Hellová, D. (2008). Integrácia imigrantov: Analýza multikultúrneho modelu vo Veľkej Británii. Středoevropské politické studie, 10(2–3), 113-132. Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/cepsr/article/view/4420

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Community; Great Britain; Identity; Integration; Multiculturalism; Race relation policy;

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