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Public Opinions and Immigration: Individual Attitudes, Interest Groups and the Media

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With the growth and diversification of migration flows to OECD countries over the past 15 years, migration policies have been changing with increasing frequency and now occupy a prime place on the political agenda of many OECD countries. The shaping of migration policies is the result of a complex process in which public opinion and the various participants in the public debate play a significant role.
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2010-06-01

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