Arabs in Europe: Arguments for and against integration.

  title={Arabs in Europe: Arguments for and against integration.},
  author={Gordon Sammut and Sandra Jovchelovitch and Luke Joseph Buhagiar and Giuseppe Alessandro Veltri and Rozlyn Redd and Sergio Salvatore},
  journal={Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology},
The recent wave of immigration across European countries has precipitated an unprecedented political crisis in many Western countries. This is compounded by the fact that the large majority of these migrants originate from Arab countries. Research has demonstrated that Arabs are devalued relative to other socioethnic groups. The present study sought to investigate representations of Arabs and their integration. Twenty-one interviews conducted in Malta were used to analyze the logic and… 
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