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Measurability of Social Development. Reflections on the Applicability of Social Progress Indices with Reference to Brexit

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Beyond Assimilation and Integration: The Shift to ‘National’ and ‘Transnational’ Inclusion

References AREND-STÓTH, J.-VAN DE VIJVER, F. 2003. Multiculturalism and Acculturation: Views of Dutch and Turkish-Dutch. European Journal of Social Psychology 33(2): 249-266. BASCH, L.-GLICK SCHILLER, N.-SZANTON BLANC, C. 2008. Transnational Projects: A New Perspective and Theoretical Premises. In: Khagram, S.-Levitt, P. (eds), The Transnational Studies Reader: Intersections & Innovations. New York: Routledge, pp. 261-272. Berry, J. 1980. Acculturation as Varieties of Adaptation. In: Padilla, A. (ed

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Politically Motivated Hungarian Migration to the Netherlands in (the Second Half of) the 20th Century: Data, Concepts, and Consequences

and Diaspora. Progress in Human Geography 31(5): 684–694. BOLZMAN, Claudio. 1994. Stages and Modes of Incorporation of Exiles in Switzerland: the Example of Chilean Refugees. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 7(3): 321–333. BORBÁNDI, Gyula. 1985. A magyar emigráció életrajza — 1945–1985 [Portray of the Hungarian Emigration – 1945–1985]. Bern: Európai Protestáns Magyar Szabadegyetem [European Protestant Hungarian Free University]. BOSSWICK, Wolfgang–HECKMANN, Friedrich. 2007. Integration of Migrants: Contribution of

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State Traditions and Language Regimes: A Historical Institutionalism Approach to Language Policy

: Changing Discourses of Language, Capital and the Nation-State. In: Language in Late Capitalism: Pride and Profit, (eds.) Alexandre Duchêne and Monica Heller, 1-21. New York: Routledge. IVES, Peter. 2010. Cosmopolitanism and Global English: Language Politics in Globalisation Debates. Political Studies 58: 516-535. JENSON, Jane. 2000. Restructuring Citizenship Regimes: The French and Canadian Women’s Movements in the 1990s. In: Jane Jenson, Boaventura de Sousa Santos (eds), Globalizing Institutions: Case Studies in Regulation and Innovation

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