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Created 1824-01-01
Identifier DOI: 10.1515/9783111576855-009


This paper evaluates the explanatory capacity of ‘national models’ of migrant integration, through a comparative analysis of the regulation of Islamic headscarves on the one hand and civic integration abroad policies on the other hand in France and the Netherlands. It argues that ‘national models’, defined as historically rooted conceptions of nationhood, polity and belonging, matter because they enable and constrain the framing of policy problems. However, the impact of ‘national models’ on the policy outcome is determined by the political and institutional context in which decision making takes place.


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