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Naturalisation and Social Inclusion

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Abstract:

This chapter highlights the consequences of naturalisation for the social inclusion of immigrants in three areas: socio‐economic, political and social. It focuses in particular on political integration by evaluating results of naturalisation and voting in Sweden ‐ where non‐citizens are allowed to vote in regional and local elections ‐ as indicators of social inclusion.

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2011-03-01

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