Leading social scientists present individual cases and work toward a comparative synthesis of how immigrants affectaand are affected byacivic life on both sides of the Atlantic.Will Kymlickaa#39;s (2001, 163) illustrative list includes affirmative action, reserved seats in public institutions, revised public ... to what Alan Wolfe describes as a aquot; soft multiculturalism [that] is the friend of civic nationalism, not its enemyaquot; (2001, 33). ... Such cultural maintenance, however, is not an appropriate public goal; it should be a private matter for immigrant ... This explanation might seem paradoxical in light of the far greater, more strident secularism ( laicite) of French society, but thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bringing Outsiders in|
|Author||:||Jennifer L. Hochschild, John H. Mollenkopf|
|Publisher||:||Cornell University Press - 2009|