The Turkish Community in the Czech Republic: A Diaspora in the Making?

@article{Tungul2020TheTC,
  title={The Turkish Community in the Czech Republic: A Diaspora in the Making?},
  author={Lucie Tungul},
  journal={Politics in Central Europe},
  year={2020}
}
  • Lucie Tungul
  • Published 1 September 2020
  • Sociology
  • Politics in Central Europe
Migration is a relatively new phenomenon in the Czech Republic, which has gradually become a destination country. The securitisation and politicisation of migration in the Czech domestic discourse has created a great deal of public anxiety, especially towards Muslims. This paper focuses on the position of Turkish migrants, the single largest Muslim community in the Czech Republic, in the specific context of the Czech Republic. The objective is to define the nature of Turkish migration to the… 

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