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Immigrant Integration in France
This paper explores the racial divide in France between North African Muslims and French mainstream society.
# 96082 | 1,338 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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The paper discusses how the problem facing North African Muslim immigrants in France is one of both social stigma and economic disability. The paper describes how an unsympathetic government combined with the plight of misinformed French citizenry has caused a near breaking point between the relationships of immigrants and the mainstream populace. The paper shows how the current terrorism and fear of Islamic fundamentalism has had a profound effect on efforts at immigration integration. The paper asserts that France must take further steps to promote greater economic and political incentives for immigrant integration, or else they will face worse problems than rioting within their national borders.

Sample of Sources Used:

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"Immigrant Integration in France" 22 June 2007. Web. 27 September. 2022. <>