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Konfliktuelle Integration?

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  • Tucci, Ingrid
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    Seit den 1980er Jahren gehören Konflikte mit einem ethnischen Hintergrund zur Alltagsrealität in Frankreich. In Deutschland fehlen dagegen weitgehend solche Konflikte. Ausgehend von Unterschieden im institutionellen Kontext der Integration von Zuwanderern in Deutschland und Frankreich untersucht der vorliegende Artikel die soziale Lage der türkischen Immigranten in Deutschland und der maghrebinischen Immigranten in Frankreich anhand von Daten des Sozio-Ökonomischen Panels (SOEP) und des Europäischen Panels der Haushalte (ECHP). Dabei wird die Hypothese geprüft, ob das Fehlen von Konflikten in Deutschland zum Teil durch die bessere soziale Lage der türkischen Bevölkerung erklärt werden kann. Die Daten zeigen unter anderem, dass die Arbeitsmarktsituation und die ökonomische Lage der türkischen Bevölkerung in Deutschland im Vergleich zur Lage der maghrebinischen Bevölkerung in Frankreich weniger prekär sind. Sozialstrukturelle Unterschiede allein können allerdings die Entstehung von Konflikten nicht erklären. Abschließend wird deshalb untersucht, inwiefern das jeweilige Integrationsmodell die Entstehung von sozialen Konflikten fördert bzw. verhindert.

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    Article provided by ZBW - German National Library of Economics in its journal EconStor Open Access Articles.

    Volume (Year): (2004-09)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 299-317

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    1. Lauer, Charlotte, 2001. "Educational attainment: a French-German comparison," ZEW Dokumentationen 01-02, ZEW - Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung / Center for European Economic Research.
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