A Little Princess by Burnett F.

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Over the past 30 years it has become a major centre for services. It is a centre for distribution and logistics due to its geographical location. It is also a major centre for tourism. It received a significant inward migration from Portugal and subsequently from the Maghreb during the 1960s and 1970s. It was less segregated in terms of residential patterns than Vitry. Britain Rochdale Rochdale lies 15 miles to the north east of Manchester and was one of the earliest industrial centres in Britain.

The British case is more complex. In the immediate post-war period, the 1948 British Nationality Act put forward the view that British citizenship was a function of being a subject of the ‘Crown’. In practice this was defined as including any person living in a former colony that accepted the British monarch as head of the Commonwealth or any person living in an existing colony. On this basis residents of 42 Children of International Migrants in Europe India and Pakistan had a claim to be British while those from Burma – who did not join the Commonwealth – did not.

Gordon also claimed that such structural assimilation would march hand in hand with increasing ‘identificational’ assimilation whereby migrants and their descendants would develop a ‘sense of peoplehood based exclusively in [the] host society’. Gordon’s seminal publication has been subject to considerable criticism. The most important omission in his seven-dimensional model was the role of socio-economic assimilation. Nonetheless, despite Glazer’s opinion in 1993 that ‘assimilation today is not a popular term,’ assimilation as an heuristic model received renewed and reinvigorated support from Morawska (1994) and particularly from Alba and Nee (2003).

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