Group Integration and Multiculturalism :
With immigration fulfilling the role of population maintenance and growth in many Western democracies, how should these countries incorporate newcomers? This book argues that states ought to promote group integration for communities that have settled through immigration. Pfeffer defines group integration as the process through which communities develop lobbies and institutions that represent the group's perspective, and help it to enter into dialogue with their receiving society. With examples from throughout Europe and North America, the justice-based argument suggests that states should facilitate group integration since it improves, among other things, the democratic participation of groups.
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