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Intégration sociale des étrangers en Allemagne

  • Peter Schmidt
  • Stefan Weick
  • Cellule de sociologie de l'OFCE
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    [fre] L'Allemagne est désormais l'un des pays d'immigration les plus importants, non seulement en Europe, mais dans le monde. La question est maintenant posée des formes particulières que va revêtir, outre-Rhin, l'intégration des populations d'origines étrangères, tout particulièrement à propos des personnes faisant partie des deuxième ou troisième générations. Les décisions politiques à venir concerneront certes le droit de la nationalité et la naturalisation, mais elle ne pourront ignorer la question de l'égalité des chances en matière de formation et d'emploi, ou les problèmes de la participation politique et du droit de vote. [eng] European Sociological Chronicle OFCE sociological group A set of three papers on European social change is presented here. The first one analyses the German reunification. On many aspects (standard of living, gender inequalities, opinions, etc.) the east-west homogenisation is a long, problematic and unachieved process. Closing the social gap is not a simple economical issue. The eastern identity is not disappearing but transforming. The second paper assesses the integration of foreign workers in German society and its evolution. The German society is now a country of massive immigration. The process of integration, estimated by indicators such as intercommunications and intermarriages between Germans and immigrants, is going ahead. The third paper compares European Sociological Chronicle the lecture of newspaper and the use of information. A classical northern-southern gap separates Baltic protestant countries and Mediterranean Latin countries. The same structure opposes Europe on the base of the diffusion of new technologies of information.

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue de l'OFCE.

    Volume (Year): 69 (1999)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 267-276

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    Handle: RePEc:prs:rvofce:ofce_0751-6614_1999_num_69_1_1549
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ofce.1999.1549
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