- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Studying Integration: Ethnic Minority and Majority Youth in Comparative Perspective
- 2 Immigration and Integration: Key Characteristics of Host Countries and their Immigrants
- 3 Dealing with Diverse Diversities: Defining and Comparing Minority Groups
- 4 Keeping Up with the Joneses, Müllers, De Jongs and Svenssons: The Economic Situation of Minority and Majority Youth
- 5 Learning Together or Apart? Ethnic Segregation in Lower Secondary Schools
- 6 Family Structure and Father Absence among Immigrant Children: The Role of Migration, Religion and Inequality
- 7 Making Friends across Ethnic Boundaries: Are Personal Networks of Adolescents Diverse?
- 8 Social Contact and Inter-Ethnic Attitudes: The Importance of Contact Experiences in Schools
- 9 Ethnic Differences in Language Skills: How Individual and Family Characteristics Aid and Prohibit the Linguistic Integration of Children of Immigrants
- 10 Keeping or Losing Faith? Comparing Religion across Majority and Minority Youth in Europe
- 11 Young People in Transition: The National Identity of Minority Youth
- 12 Ethnic Minority Youth at the Crossroads: Between Traditionalism and Liberal Value Orientations
- 13 Reconsidering the Immigration–Crime Nexus in Europe: Ethnic Differences in Juvenile Delinquency
- 14 Mental Well-Being in Boys and Girls of Immigrant Background: The Balance between Vulnerability and Resilience
- Growing up in Diverse Societies
- Frank Kalter, Jan O. Jonsson, Frank van Tubergen, Anthony Heath
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