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by Liza Nell,Jan Rath

eBook Ethnic Amsterdam: Immigrants and Urban Change in the Twentieth Century (Solidarity and Identity) epub
  • ISBN: 9089641688
  • Author: Liza Nell,Jan Rath
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Amsterdam University Press (July 15, 2010)
  • Pages: 214 pages
  • ePUB size: 1206 kb
  • FB2 size 1385 kb
  • Formats lrf lit docx mobi


Ethnic Amsterdam: Immigrants and urban change in the twentieth . This book explores how migrants change the city in which they settle.

Ethnic Amsterdam: Immigrants and urban change in the twentieth century.

Amsterdam University Press, 2009 - 214 من الصفحات

Amsterdam University Press, 2009 - 214 من الصفحات. But the essays in Ethnic Amsterdam argue that this exchange occurs both ways: while immigrants are changed by the customs, opportunities, and constraints of their new host country, they are at the same time leaving their ineradicable mark on the cities in which they settle. عاينة هذا الكتاب . ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة. Скачать (pdf, . 2 Mb).

Jan Rath is professor of urban sociology and director of the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies at the University of Amsterdam.

But the essays in Ethnic Amsterdam argue that this exchange occurs both ways: while immigrants are changed by the customs, opportunities, and constraints of their new host country, they are at the same time leaving their ineradicable mark on the cities in which they settle. Jan Rath is professor of urban sociology and director of the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies at the University of Amsterdam. Библиографические данные.

Series: Solidarity and Identity. Published by: Amsterdam University Press.

Ethnic Amsterdam book. For years people from all parts of the world have gravitated to the city. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Ethnic Amsterdam: Immigrants and Urban Change in the Twentieth Century.

and urban change - 122. Ethnic groups in Amsterdam's public spaces - 243. Eating out 'ethnic' in Amsterdam from the 1920s to the present - 424. Living Amsterdam: tangible homes behind Amsterdam's facades - 625. Housing and population. Housing and population: spatial mobility in twentieth-century. Amsterdam - 766. Towards cultural diversity in Amsterdam's arts - 1047. Multilingual Amsterdam - 1248. Immigrant organisations inAmsterdam - 1469. Houses of worship and the politics of space in Amsterdam - 16010.

From the Reformation to the 20th century, Dutch Catholics had largely been confined to certain southern areas in the .

From the Reformation to the 20th century, Dutch Catholics had largely been confined to certain southern areas in the Netherlands where they still tend to form a majority or large minority of the population. However, with modern population shifts and increasing secularization, these areas tend to be less and less predominantly Catholic. God in Nederland 1966-2015. While immigrants adapted to local customs, opportunities and constraints, their practices and habits have left indelible marks on their adopted city. This fascinating volume Ethnic Amsterdam: Immigrants and Urban Change in the Twentieth Century explores how twentieth-century im Over the centuries, people from all parts of the world have been drawn to the city of Amsterdam.

In doing so, Ethnic Amsterdam: Immigrants and Urban Change in the Twentieth Century shows how immigrants have marked Amsterdam as a city sometimes clearly visible, but sometimes also invisible for the general public. Some migrant habits have been adapted by the native population, others remain ‘ethnic’ as a niche for a specific group; others finally are invisible, since these changes basically take place behind closed doors.

For years people from all parts of the world have gravitated to the city of Amsterdam and, like elsewhere, their fate has been shaped by the economic, sociopolitical, and cultural environments of their new homes. But the essays in Ethnic Amsterdam argue that this exchange occurs both ways: while immigrants are changed by the customs, opportunities, and constraints of their new host country, they are at the same time leaving their ineradicable mark on the cities in which they settle. This fascinating volume explores how immigrants—in bringing with them religion, sports, language, food, and other aspects of their native countries—have transformed Amsterdam into a cosmopolitan city.

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