author={Martin J. Eaton},
  journal={International Journal of Intercultural Relations},
  • M. Eaton
  • Published 1 February 1998
  • Economics
  • International Journal of Intercultural Relations

Figures and Tables from this paper

Multicultural Insertions in a Small Economy: Portugal's Immigrant Communities
Abstract This article presents an overview of the immigrant communities in Portugal, a country with a long tradition of emigration which has now become an entry point into the EU and a net importer
Portugal's Migration Experience: Redefined Boundaries and Uneasy Transformations
Historically, Portugal has been known as a country of emigration. Over the past fi ve centuries Portuguese citizens have emigrated all over the world as Portuguese colonization extended to South
The Portuguese Diaspora in Jersey
This present paper concerns recent migrations from the Portuguese mainland and from the island of Madeira to the English and French speaking territory of Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands.
Das políticas de habitação ao espaço urbano
The purpose of this paper is to explore the residential geography of the African communities in the urban space of Lisbon Metropolitan Area resulting from the housing policies implemented over the
Europeanising Migration in Multicultural Spain and Portugal During and After the Decolonisation Era
Abstract Post-1945 Spanish and Portuguese emigration and immigration histories encapsulate the Iberian region's long-standing interconnectedness with the wider world (particularly Latin America and
Brothers, ants or thieves: students’ complex attitudes towards immigrants and the role of socioeconomic status and gender in shaping them
The ever-increasing presence of immigrants in Italian schools make these contexts important for the study of young peoples’ attitudes towards those who are new to a country. We analysed the metaphors
Life Without Papers. Aspirations, incorporation and transnational activities of irregular migrants in the Low Countries
markdownabstract__Abstract__ In Life without papers Masja van Meeteren analyzes patterns of incorporation and transnational activities of irregular migrants in the Low Countries. This book offers an
Europe after Empire: Decolonization, Society, and Culture
Europe after Empire is a pioneering comparative history of European decolonization from the formal ending of empires to the postcolonial European present. Elizabeth Buettner charts the long-term
The Angolan diaspora in Lisbon: An introduction
This article aims to contextualise the data gathered on informal economy and networks in the Angolan diaspora in Lisbon within the context of the «Angola em Movimento» project. This data derived from


Foreign residents and illegal immigrants: os Negros em Portugal
Abstract Foreign residents are a thriving and cosmopolitan group in Portugal. Many are legally registered with the authorities, but a significant proportion enter an underground economy where white
Immigration and racism in southern Europe: The Italian case
Abstract Against the background of an overview of the new patterns of determinants of international migration, the article documents the transition of Italy from being a society of emigration to a
New migrants, old conflicts: the recent immigration into Italy
Introduction There is a certain irony to Italy's current immigration situation. A nation which has experienced both widespread emigration and internal migration is now having to face up to a reverse
Migration and Development in the Mediterranean Region
International migration trends in the Mediterranean region are reviewed. The author notes that "the Mediterranean Sea is a migration frontier which concentrates some of the sharpest economic and
International migration between East and West in Europe
Abstract The article analyses the scale and geographical complexity of migration between East and West in Europe, and explores why it has recently risen so high on the political agenda. It reviews
‘Europe 1993’ and its refugees 1
Abstract The article describes the evolution of immigration policy within the European Community [EC], drawing out the implications of the Schengen Treaty and the Dublin Convention for the entry and
The Portuguese Economy Since 1974
This is a brief introduction to the economy of one of the EC's lesser known contries. Having endured a major political and economic change in the last 20 years - the overthrow of the long-standing
A Difficult Time for Central Portugal's Textile Industry: Depression or Recovery on the Road to International Production?
The textile and clothing industry of Central Portugal is an important part of the country's economy, with the potential to contribute to a successful manufacturing export drive. The industry must,
Tourism and economic development : Western European experiences
Tourism and development - introduction, Allan M. Williams and Gareth Shaw Western European tourism in perspective, Allan M. Williams and Gareth Shaw Spain - the phenomenon of mass tourism, Manuel
Trade and Industry
  • H. Vos
  • Political Science, History
  • 1946
THE hurricane of war and occupation which, after only five days of fighting, swept the Netherlands for fully five years has heavily damaged this country. With the exception of a very small group