Titley, Gavan and Esebamen, Clement and Hanan, Robin and Huseini, Issah
What Do We Mean When We Say 'Integration'?
Irish Journal of Anthropology, 12 (3).
'What do we mean when we say integration?' It is
obvious that discussing integration in the way it has
been dealt with in Irish political discourse over the last
number of years, without recourse to a more general
discussion about what a state of integrated-ness is in
social, political or economic terms, has been somewhat
absurd. But the very fact that many of the cultural myths
of the last decade are disintegrating around us makes
this a particularly useful time to have a discussion of
integration as it is seen in relation to migrants, but also
in relation to more general and resurgent discussions
about what makes a good society or what an integrated
society might actually be.
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