The Integration of the Second Generation in Germany
Title
The Integration of the Second Generation in Germany
Subtitle
Results of the TIES Survey on the Descendants of Turkish and Yugoslavian Immigrants
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€ 32,95
ISBN
9789089648426
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Paperback
Number of pages
202
Language
English
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15.6 x 23.4 cm
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1 Introduction 1.1 The integration of the second generation: Theoretical considerations 1.2 TIES Germany: Method and data base 2 Migration history and basic demographic characteristics of the first generation 2.1 Introduction 2.2 The two cities under study: Berlin and Frankfurt 2.3 The parents of the TIES respondents 3 Educational careers and educational outcomes 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Kindergarten and primary school 3.4 The transition from primary school to lower secondary: Recommendations for secondary schools and their ramifications 3.5 Subsequent educational careers: lower secondary school 3.6 The first status passage: From school to vocational training - general tendencies 3.7 Parent's educational background and academic support from family 3.8 Sense of well-being at school 3.9 Conclusions 4 Labour market positions 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Labour force participation and current work status 4.3 Transition from the education system to the labour market 4.4 Significance of the highest qualification for labour market position 4.5 Occupational groups 4.6 The respondents' financial situation 4.7 Current work status in Berlin and Frankfurt 4.8 Working conditions 4.9 Career conditions and discrimination at work 4.10 Conclusions 5 Segregation and housing 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Second-generation Turks and Yugoslavs in Berlin 5.3 Second-generation Turks and Yugoslavs in Frankfurt 5.4 Comparison Berlin - Frankfurt 5.5 Conclusions 6 Ethnic and cultural orientations 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Ethnic orientations 6.3 Attachment to the parents' country of origin 6.4 Religious orientations 6.5 Intercultural orientations 6.6 Conclusions 7 Social relations 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Friendships 7.3 Participation in public contexts 7.4 Experiences of discrimination 7.5 Conclusions 8 Family formation and partner relationships 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Cohabitation, marriage, and procreation 8.3 Ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic orientations in partner relationships 8.4 Family life 8.5 Conclusions 9 Conclusions and international comparisons References

Inken Sürig, Maren Wilmes

The Integration of the Second Generation in Germany

Results of the TIES Survey on the Descendants of Turkish and Yugoslavian Immigrants

This report on the German results of the Integration of the Second Generation in Europe (TIES) survey looks at the integration process for secondgeneration inhabitants of Turkish and Yugoslavian backgrounds living in Berlin and Frankfurt. Examining the TIES results, Inken Sürig and Maren Wilmes discuss diverse topics such as educational outcomes, segregation and housing, ethnic and cultural orientations, and social relations.
Authors

Inken Sürig

Inken Sürig and Maren Wilmes are both affiliated with the Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS) at the University of Osnabrück, Germany.

Maren Wilmes

Maren Wilmes, M.A., University of Osnabrück, Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS)