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Minority Segregation Processes in an Urban Context: a Comparison between Paris and Rome
Luisa Natale, Oliviero Casacchia, Gregory Verdugo

Last modified: 2015-09-04

Abstract


The process of minority segregation within global ciities is a complex phenomenon. In the European urban context, the process of minority segregation seeems to differ in the old immigration countries (France, UK, Netherlands, Germany) from the new immigration countries (Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal). The analysis compares two global cities (Paris and Rome), taking into consideration the current evolution of the minority segregation pattern. The study shows that no traces of increasing segregation emerge in either of the cities.

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