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Authors: Peter J. Aspinall and Lavinia Mitton (University of Kent, United Kingdom) 
Book Description:
This book focuses on the migration history, demography, and socio-economic position of the Somali community in Britain, the largest of the Somali diaspora communities outside the African subcontinent. It addresses a number of specific themes, including the statistical invisibility of ethnic Somalis in official data collection and the decennial census; the rapidly growing size of the Somali migrant community in Britain, experiencing a growth rate of over 160% in a decade; its complex migration history, including significant flows of asylum-seekers and refugees and onward migration from European Union countries.

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Table of Contents:
Introduction pp.1-2

1. The Statistical Invisibility of Ethnic Somalis pp.3-4

2. The Size of the Somali Community in the UK pp.5-24

3. The Demography of the Somali Community pp.25-26

4. The Cultural Identities of Somalis: Ethnicity, Religion, and National Identity pp.27-32

5. Living Arrangements pp.33-36

6. Integration and Social Cohesion pp.37-52

7. Poverty pp.53-56

Conclusions pp.57-60

References pp.61-66

Index pp.67-71

      Countries, Regional Studies, Trading Blocks, Unions, World Organizations
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 71.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-812-7
   Status: AV
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