Honors Theses

Date of Award

2014

Document Type

Undergraduate Thesis

Department

Croft Institute for International Studies

First Advisor

Michael Harvey

Relational Format

Dissertation/Thesis

Abstract

Over the past several years, France has had a steadily increasing immigrant population. Most of these immigrants come from fellow European nations, but North-Africans follow closely behind as the second largest group of French immigrants. The ever-increasing Maghrebian population in urban areas has caused hostility from French natives as social unrest rises in response to the European sovereign debt crisis of 2008. The goal of this thesis is two-fold. First, it aims to show the growing intolerance that North-Africans are experiencing in French society. And second, it will examine the consequences of North-African immigration on the labor market outcomes of the French natives in an attempt to reveal that the present level of intolerance is unwarranted at least under economic premises.

Comments

A thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for completion of the Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from the Croft Institute for International Studies and the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College.

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