Some two decades since the publication of London the Promised Land?, which charted and investigated the successes and failures of the migrant experience in London over a period of three hundred years, this book re-examines the migrant landscape in London. Examining the changes to the migrant landscape of contemporary London at the micro, meso and macro levels, London The Promised Land Revisited explores a range experiences in the capital, including the presence and treatment of illness amongst migrants, the phenomenon of migrant ainvisibilitya and asylum, the migrant marketplace and ethnic aclusteringa, and interaction with local and national government - across a variety of migrant groups, both anewa and aolda. As such, this book will appeal to scholars across the social sciences with interest in migration, migrant experiences and the contemporary aglobala city.It also confirms that the latest a#39;wavea#39; of arrivals between 2001 and 2011 are young people in their 20s and 30s. there are thus at least two important categories of the republic irish-born a the long-settled born before 1945, many of whom will be parents and ... of the centre, in three inner London boroughs islington (2.8 percent irish-born), hammersmith and Fulham (2.7 per cent), Camden (2.4 per cent), andanbsp;...
|Title||:||London the Promised Land Revisited|
|Author||:||Dr Anne J Kershen|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2015-09-28|