The Turkish and Moroccan Second Generation and Their Comparison Group Peers in Amsterdam and Rotterdam
This report provides technical information from a study on the lives of the second generation of Turkish and Moroccan immigrants in the Netherlands today. Respondents provided detailed information on cultural, social, and economic aspects of integration in Dutch society. This report has a methodological focus and is important to those wishing to further explore the collected data and examine aspects of the survey's design and implementation.
Subjects: Sociology, Anthropology
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