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Autor: Peter J. Aspinall
ISBN-13: 9781137456540
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Seiten: 267
Sprache: Englisch
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The African Diaspora Population in Britain

Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship
Migrant Identities and Experiences
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This insightful book examines the Black African diaspora in Britain through an examination of its demography, recent patterns of migration, changing patterns of residence, and socio-economic position. It provides an analysis of the areas where Black Africans face disadvantage, including labour market participation, housing markets, health and social care, and residence in deprived neighbourhoods. This original and important research also deals with categories and identities, using data collected in the 2011 Census on national identity, and the resulting investigation of the social, cultural and civic life of Black Africans presents the substantial heterogeneity concealed in the label 'Black African', concluding by highlighting the policy implications of this vital research.
Introduction1. African communities in Britain2. The changing demography of the Black African population 3. Patterns of migration4. Categories and group identities5. Where 'Black Africans' live 6. Socio-economic position7. Generic health status8. Infectious diseases and chronic illnesses9. Social, cultural, and civic life10. Policy implications
This insightful book examines the Black African diaspora in Britain through an examination of its demography, recent patterns of migration, changing patterns of residence, and socio-economic position. It provides an analysis of the areas where Black Africans face disadvantage, including labour market participation, housing markets, health and social care, and residence in deprived neighbourhoods. This original and important research also deals with categories and identities, using data collected in the 2011 Census on national identity, and the resulting investigation of the social, cultural and civic life of Black Africans presents the substantial heterogeneity concealed in the label 'Black African', concluding by highlighting the policy implications of this vital research.

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Autor: Peter J. Aspinall
ISBN-13 :: 9781137456540
ISBN: 113745654X
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Seiten: 267
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1st ed. 2016
Sonstiges: Ebook