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A Historical and Contemporary Analysis of The British Immigration Policies and Their Implications for Settlement and Integration: The Case Of Turkish Immigrants in The United Kingdom
A Historical and Contemporary Analysis of The British Immigration Policies and Their Implications for Settlement and Integration: The Case Of Turkish Immigrants in The United Kingdom

Author(s): Serkan Baykuşoğlu
Subject(s): Migration Studies, Asylum, Refugees, Migration as Policy-fields
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Migration Series; EU; European Union; immigrants; international policy; migration policy; refugee crisis; refugee law; refugee policy; refugees;
Summary/Abstract: It is generally argued that not all members of the society are being treated equally in the UK because some people face various barriers in accessing vital public services and lack opportunities. Although there are many people having such disadvantages, some migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers are being left further behind because they face certain barriers, and they do not benefit from equal opportunities in the society. This study has focused on the experience of Turkish Immigrants, who are a diverse group whose members have experienced a range of problems and inequalities due to their immigration status and complex and tough immigration policies, over the last five decades. However, not much is known about Turkish immigrants and their immigration patterns1, and thus equally little is known about their integration into the British society and their contribution to social, economic and political life.

  • Page Range: 153-174
  • Page Count: 22
  • Publication Year: 2021
  • Language: English