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Project: TIES [concluded]

The integration of the European second generation

The principal objective of the TIES project is to provide a cross-national comparison of the second generation in Europe. Various aspects of the integration process among children of immigrants in 15 cities in eight European countries are analysed based on an international comparative survey. A central question that will be addressed is how cultural and structural integration interrelate.

The TIES project started in 2005. The second generation refers to children of immigrants born in the immigration country, having followed their entire education there, and aged between 18 and 35 years at the time of the survey. The survey is held in eight European countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Turks are surveyed in seven countries; the survey in Spain focuses on Moroccans. An additional second-generation group, viz. children of Moroccans or children of former-Yugoslavs, is surveyed in five countries. In each country a native comparison group is included in addition to the second-generation groups. The Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMES) at the University of Amsterdam is the general coordinator of the TIES project. NIDI coordinates the international survey and is responsible for the Dutch survey. The project will result in internationally comparative studies focusing on topics such as education, labour, discrimination and identity.

More information is available on the project website www.tiesproject.eu.

Publications

Bean, F.D., Brown, S.K., Bachmeier, J.D., Fokkema, C.M. & Lessard-Phillips, L. (2012),
The dimensions and degree of second-generation incorporation in US and European cities: a comparative study of inclusion and exclusion. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 53 (3): 181-209. [pdf]
Crul, M., Schneider, J. & Lelie, F. (eds.) (2012),
The European second generation compared: Does the integration context matter? IMISCOE Research, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 436 p. [pdf]
  The European second generation compared: Does the integration context matter?
Fokkema, C.M., Lessard-Phillips, L., Bachmeier, J.D. & Brown, S.K. (2012),
The link between the transnational behaviour and integration of the second generation in European and American cities. Does the context of reception matter? Nordic Journal of Migration Research 2 (2): 111-123. [pdf]
Schneider, J., Fokkema, C.M., Matias, R. & Stojcic, S. (2012),
Identities: urban belonging and intercultural relations. In: Crul, Maurice, Schneider, Jens & Lelie, Frans, The European second generation compared: does the integration context matter? (2012) Amsterdam p. 285-340.
Ali, S. & Fokkema, C.M. (2011),
The importance of peers: assimilation patterns among second-generation Turkish immigrants in Western Europe. Oxford, UK: Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), 22 p. [pdf]
Ambrosetti, E., Cela, E. & Fokkema, C.M. (2011),
The remittances behaviour of the second generation in Europe: altruism or self-interest?. Ancona: Università Politecnica delle Marche, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Sociali , 29 p. [pdf]
Fokkema, T. (2011),
'Return' migration intentions among second-generation Turks in Europe; the effect of integration and transnationalism in a cross-national perspective. Journal of Mediterranean Studies 20 (2): 365-388. [pdf]
Hornstra, N.E., G. Groenewold, L. Lessard-Phillips (2011),
The Turkish and Moroccan second generation and their comparison group peers in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Integration of the European Second Generation Technical Report and Codebook TIES 2006-2007 - The Netherlands. DANS Data Guide 9, Amsterdam: DANS / Pallas Publications - Amsterdam University Press, 59 p. [pdf]
The Turkish and Moroccan second generation and their comparison group peers in Amsterdam and Rotterdam
Huschek, D. (2011),
Union formation and partner choice of the second generation of Turkish origin in Europe; the influence of third parties and institutional context, Doctoral dissertation, VU University Amsterdam. 178 p.
  Union formation and partner choice of the second generation of Turkish origin in Europe
Huschek, D., A.C. Liefbroer & H.A.G. de Valk (2010),
Timing of first union among second-generation Turks in Europe: the role of parents, peers and institutional context. Demographic Research 22 (16): 473-504. [pdf]
Groenewold, G. (2009),
On being Dutch and Muslim; descendants of Turkish and Moroccan immigrants speak out about identity and religion. Demos, bulletin on population and society 25 (Special Issue): 4-6. [pdf]
Bekke, S.C.G. ter & E.L. Heering (2008),
Vriendschap en vijandigheid. Demos, bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 24 (8): 10-11. [pdf]
Crul, M., & L. Heering (eds.) (2008),
The position of the Turkish and Moroccan second generation in Amsterdam and Rotterdam; the TIES study in the Netherlands. IMISCOE Research, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 192 p. € 34.50
The position of the Turkish and Moroccan second generation in Amsterdam and Rotterdam; the TIES study in the Netherlands
Groenewold, W.G.F. (2008),
Mokumer én moslim; Amsterdammers en Rotterdammers van Marokkaanse of Turkse afkomst over identiteit en godsdienst. Demos, bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 24 (8): 7-9. [pdf]
Heering, E.L. (2008),
Integratie tweede generatie in Nederland; TIES-project onderzoekt positie en denkbeelden van kinderen van immigranten. Demos, bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 24 (8): 1-2. [pdf]
Heering, E.L. & S.C.G. ter Bekke (2008),
Een betere baan dan je ouders. Demos, bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 24 (8): 5-6. [pdf]
Crul, M. & L. Heering (eds.) (2007),
The integration of the European second generation (TIES): a survey in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Amsterdam/The Hague: IMES/NIDI. 155 p.
The integration of the European second generation (TIES)

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