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Title: Demographic statistics as indicators of integration: comparative behavior and differences between continents of origin
Author: Sarrible, Graciela
Contributor: Universitat de Barcelona. Càtedra UNESCO de Bioètica
Keywords: Demografia
Emigració i immigració
Estadístiques
Demography
Emigration and immigration
Statistics
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to test new indicators about integration. The more integrated people are, the more the relations they have with the State will be normal. These relations can be a sign of normalization in the new society. Legal Residents have very accurate data. Amnesties are rather the same. On the other side, Census and Padrón are voluntary. People do not equally trust the State. A greater trust in the State matches with greater success rates in the regularization processes, for people carrying out voluntary registration. The more immigrants relate voluntarily with the State, the more possibilities will they have of getting residence permits.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/11364
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