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The Politics of Belonging: Attitudes towards immigrants in Europe 2002-2014

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This research formed part of a wider research programme on ‘the politics of belonging in Europe’. The recent electoral growth of the xenophobic far-right across Europe makes more urgent an understanding of the social bases of support for right-wing populism, and how these may be affected by voters’ class, ethnicity, religion, age, political orientation, and other variables.

- Presented by Dr Jeff Miley, Department of Sociology

This talk is part of the One O'Clock Research Spotlights (Cambridge Migration Research Network - CAMMIGRES) series.

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