Population Dynamics: The Roles of Natural Change and Migration in Producing the Ethnic Mosaic

@article{Finney2009PopulationDT,
  title={Population Dynamics: The Roles of Natural Change and Migration in Producing the Ethnic Mosaic},
  author={N. Finney and L. Simpson},
  journal={Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={35},
  pages={1479 - 1496}
}
This paper builds on an emerging literature that focuses on processes of population change as a means of understanding geographies of ethnicity. It argues that persistent assumptions of segregation being the result of divisive separation of ethnic groups are mistaken. The paper takes a demographic approach, presenting analyses of original estimates of natural change and net migration for eight ethnic groups in Britain over the period 1991–2001, at national and district levels. Major results are… Expand
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