[automatically translated] When a multi-ethnic society can be defined integrated? Said by many the failure of national multicultural policies, it seems to remain the belief that multi-ethnicity is not a condition of coexistence but of social stratification in which the interest is to maintain and privileges must not be squandered by those who are unfamiliar or not integrated to their community . What influence do the religion of origin of immigrants and the values associated with it, in integration processes in which the differences tend to be amplified by the culture and collective identities? But especially, that immigrants have freedom to express their religious and cultural differences in local contexts? These are the questions to which the author intends to provide answers through a search that highlights Palermo as real houses of ethnic integration studies.
|Number of pages||194|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|