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Divided They Really Stand? The France Plurielle Case

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Social capital, its erosion, and its possible regeneration (Putnam 2000) are currently popular themes in the field of migrant incorporation in Europe. Bonding and bridging social capital are helpful conceptual tools for scholars concerned with migrant labor market participation as well as with the social and political integration process. Integration or separation vis-à-vis mainstream society is related to the opportunity provided by interethnic bonding social capital. [First paragraph]
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hal-03573048 , version 1 (14-02-2022)

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Vincent Tiberj, Sylvain Brouard. Divided They Really Stand? The France Plurielle Case. Newsletter for the American Political Science Association's Comparative Politics Section, 2009, 20 (1), pp.15-18. ⟨hal-03573048⟩
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