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Author Hinze, Annika Marlen, author

Title Turkish Berlin : integration policy and urban space / Annika Marlen Hinze
Published Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource (xxix, 201 pages)
Series Globalization and community ; volume 21
Globalization and community ; v. 21
Contents Integration or exclusion? : understanding Turkish immigration in Germany -- Talk of the town : space, visibility, and the contestation of German identity -- Mein block : the neighborhood as a site of identity -- Location as destiny : integrating Kreuzberg and Neuk├Âlln
Summary Turkish Berlin reveals how integration has been experienced by second-generation Turkish immigrant women in two neighborhoods in Berlin, Germany. Informed by first-person interviews with public officials and immigrants, Annika Marlen Hinze makes clear that local integration policies-often created by officials who have little or no contact with immigrants-have significant effects on the assimilation of outsiders into a community
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Assimilation (Sociology) -- Germany -- Berlin.
Group identity -- Germany -- Berlin.
Turks -- Cultural assimilation.
Turks -- Germany -- Berlin.
Germany -- Emigration and immigration.
Turkey -- Emigration and immigration.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2013010389
ISBN 0816685525 (electronic bk.)
1461939585 (electronic bk.)
9780816685523 (electronic bk.)
9781461939580 (electronic bk.)