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3515045945
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‎John O'Loughlin
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F. Steiner-Verlag Wiesbaden (1987)
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In Günther Glebe and John O’Loughlin (ed., Foreign Minorities in Continental European Cities (Erdkundliches Wissen . Colonial Immigrants in a British City. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

In Günther Glebe and John O’Loughlin (ed., Foreign Minorities in Continental European Cities (Erdkundliches Wissen, Heft 84). Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag.

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Foreign Minorities in Continental European Cities. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GMBH  Amin, Samir (1989) Eurocentrism. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press  Glebe, Guenther and John O’Loughlin (ed. (1987) Foreign Minorities in Continental European Cities. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GMBH  Gilroy, Paul (1993b) Small Acts: Thoughts on the Politics of Black Cultures.

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John Loughlin is a British-based academic and educator from Northern Ireland, and a noted specialist in European territorial politics. After being educated in St. Malachy's College, he spent several years as a Cistercian monk at Our Lady of Bethlehem Abbey, Portglenone, Northern Ireland, where he carried out the usual studies for the priesthood in philosophy, theology and biblical studies.

Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press O’Loughlin, John (1987) ‘Introduction: Foreign Minorities in Continental European Cities’ in Glebe, Guenther and John O’Loughlin (ed. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GMBH Papastergiadis, Nikos (1998) Dialogues in the Diaspora: Essays and Conversations on Cultural Identity. London and New York: Rivers Oram Press Pieterse, Jan Nederveen (1991) ‘Fictions of Europe’ in Race and Class, 32 (3) Pieterse, Jan Nederveen (1992) ‘White Negroes’ in Gail Dines and Jean M. Humez (ed.

with Eric S. Sheppard).

Regulating migrants' lives: the dialectic of migrant labour and the contradictions of regulatory and integration policies in the Federal Republic of Germany" Erdkundliches Wissen 84, Foreign Minorities in Continental European Cities, Glebe G. and J. O'Loughlin (ed., 1987, 71-89. The state and the foreign worker problem: A case study of West Germany, Switzerland and Austria Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 4, 2, 1986, 199-219. with Eric S.

Are you sure you want to remove Foreign minorities in continental European cities from your list? . Bibliography: p. -293. Erdkundliches Wissen,, Heft 84.

Are you sure you want to remove Foreign minorities in continental European cities from your list? Foreign minorities in continental European cities. Published 1987 by F. Steiner-Verlag Wiesbaden in Stuttgart. Emigration and immigration, Alien labor, Immigrants, Cities and towns, Foreign workers.

This book seeks to provide a complete picture of the contemporary immigrant situation in cities of the main Continental European destination countries, France, West Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland. It offers an overview of the problems facing each state in coping with the integration of 15 million permanently-settled foreigners. Contents: 1. Introduction: Foreign Minorities in Continental European Cities; 2. Immigration and Segregation in Western Europe since 1945; 3. Chicago an der Ruhr or What? Explaining the Location of Immigrants in European Cities; -- West Germany: -- 4. Regulating Migrants' Lives: The Dialectic of Migrant Labor and the Contradictions of Regulatory and Integration Policies in the Federal Republic of Germany; 5. Development of the German and Foreign Population in the Larger Cities of the Federal Republic of Germany since 1970; 6. Intraurban Migration of Foreigners in Kiel since 1972: The Case of the Turkish Population; 7. Migration of Guestworkers and Germans: Microlevel Analysis of Neighbourhood Changes in Düsseldorf 1981–1983; -- France: -- 8. Immigration, Cities and the Geography of the National Front in France; 9. The Migrant Experience in Paris; -- Smaller European Destinations: -- 10. Dynamics of Immigrant Settlement: Surinamese, Turks and Moroccans in Amsterdam 1973-1983; 11. The Residential Location of Immigrant Workers in Belgian Cities: An Ethnic or a Socio-Economic Phenomenon?; 12. Guestworkers: Life in Two Societies; 13. Foreign Workers in Switzerland and in the Canton of Zürich; Bibliography