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Immigration and Conflict in Europe
Part I: 1. Introduction 2. A theory of immigrant conflict Part II: 3. Patterns of immigrant conflict in Great Britain 4. Dynamics of racist violence Part III: 5. Immigrant-native conflict in twoExpand
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Immigration into Europe: Economic Discrimination, Violence, and Public Policy
Immigration has irreversibly changed Western European demographics over the past generation. This article reviews recent research drawing implications of this migration for labor-marketExpand
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Sectoral Economies, Economic Contexts, and Attitudes toward Immigration.
Do economic considerations shape attitudes toward immigration? In this article, we consider the relationship between economic interests and immigration preferences by examining how developments inExpand
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A New Electorate? Comparing Preferences and Partisanship between Immigrants and Natives
As immigrants constitute a large and rising share of both the population and the electorate in many developed democracies, we examine aspects of immigrant political behavior, a vital issue that hasExpand
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Why Are Immigrants Underrepresented in Politics? Evidence from Sweden
Widespread and persistent political underrepresentation of immigrant-origin minorities poses deep challenges to democratic practice and norms. What accounts for this underrepresentation? Two types ofExpand
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Electoral Rules or Electoral Leverage?: Explaining Muslim Representation in England
Immigration has fundamentally altered the ethnic and religious makeup of most advanced democracies, but substantial variation is observed in the political representation of immigrantorigin minorityExpand
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Globalization, Labor Market Risks, and Class Cleavages
This chapter focuses on the impact of globalization on voter preferences. To do so, we consider the labor market consequences of trade, foreign direct investment, and immigration, which have hadExpand
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The Illusion of Radical Right Partisan Stability: How Party Positioning Affects Radical Right Voting in Germany
How stable is support for radical right parties? In one view, radical right voters are antisystem voters, beyond capture by established parties. In another, they form frustrated issue publics,Expand
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The Left and Minority Representation: The Labour Party, Muslim Candidates, and Inclusion Tradeoffs.
As ethnic diversity rises across Europe, the Left faces a trade-off between incorporating new minorities while retaining support from settled, working-class voters. Focusing on the Labour Party'sExpand
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