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Choosing the Right Systems Integration

References 1. MISCHE M. A. 2002. In: Enterprise Systems Integration. Boca Raton: CRC Press. ISBN 0-8493-1149-7 2. PECI M., VAZAN P., NEMLAHA E. 2013. The levels of systems integration. In: Vol. 373-375: International Conference on Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation (ICMRA 2013). China, Guangzhou, pp. 1949-1953. 3. SAPORITO P. 2006. Data Integration Alternative & Best Practices. Retrieved from 4. DYCHÉ J., E. LEVY, 2006

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Understanding the Integration of Mainland Chinese Students:
The Case of Finland

References Akhtar, M & Kröner-Herwig, B 2015, ‘Acculturative stress among international students in context of socio-demographic variables and coping styles’, Current Psychology , vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 803-815, DOI:10.1007/s12144-015-9303-4. Berry, JW 2011, ‘Integration and multiculturalism: ways towards social solidarity’, Papers on Social Representations , vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 1-20. Bers, TH & Smith, KE 1991, ‘‚Persistence of community college students: the influence of student intent and academic and social integration”, Research in Higher

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Technology Integration Experiences of Teachers

References Aldunate, R., & Nussbaum, M. (2013). Teacher adoption of technology. Computers in Human Behavior, 29 (3), 519–524. Armenta, A., Serrano, A., Cabrera, M., & Conte, R. (2012) The new digital divide: the confluence of broadband penetration, sustainable development, technology adoption and community participation, Information Technology for Development, 18 (4), 345–353. Bauer, J., & Kenton, J. (2005). Toward technology integration in the schools: Why it isn’t happening. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 13 (4), 519

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Religion and Cultural Integration

References Adam, E 1995, Buddhism in Western Australia. Canberra, Australian Govt. Pub. Service. Alba, R & Nee, V 2003, Remaking the American mainstream: assimilation and contemporary immigration, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press. Baumann, M 2000, Migration, religion, integration. Marburg, Diagonal Verlag. Baumann, M 2002, ‘Migrant settlement, religion and phases of diaspora’, Migration: A European Journal of International Migration and Ethnic

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Family Migration and Integration:
The Need for a New Research Agenda

References Aalandslid, V & Tronstad, KR 2010, Familieinnvandring, kjønn og sysselsetting , Statistisk sentralbyrå, Oslo. Available from: < >. [Last accessed 21.3.2018]. Anthias, F, Cederberg, M, Barber, T & Ayres, R 2013a, ‘Chapter 3: welfare regimes, markets and policies: the experiences of migrant women’, in Paradoxes of integration: female migrants in Europe , eds. F Anthias, M Kontos & M Morokvasic, Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg, New York and London, pp. 37-58. Anthias, F

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Otherism in Discourses, Integration in Policies?

& Miller, P (eds) 1991, The foucault effect: studies in governmentality, London, Harvester Wheatsheaf. Byron, M & Condon, S 1996, ‘A comparative study of Caribbean return migration from Britain and France: Towards a contextdependent explanation’, Transactions of the institute of british geographers, New Series, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 91-104. Capel-Dunn, J & Rabaud, M 2004, Journées de Sèvres, L'intégration linguistique des adultes migrants en Europe, Paris, Ministère de l'Emploi, du Travail et de la Cohésion Sociale, DPM

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Limits Of Liberal Individual Integration:
Comparing Australian, British and Canadian Citizenship Guides

Citizenship? Social Philosophy and Policy , vol. 23, no 1, pp. 282-302, DOI: 10.1017/S0265052506060134. Hobbes, T 1968, Leviathan , ed. CB Macpherson, Penguin, London. Home Office 2007, Life in the United Kingdom: A Journey to Citizenship , TSO, Norwich. Home Office 2013, Life in the United Kingdom: A Guide for New Residents , 3 rd edition, TSO, Norwich. International Organization for Migration [IOM] 2005, World Migration Report 2005 , IOM, Geneva. Joppke, C 2008, ‘Beyond National Models: Civic Integration Policies for Immigrants in

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Multidimensionality of immigrant integration policy at the local level. Examples of initiatives in Germany and The United Kingdom

References Alexander, M 2004, ‘Comparing local policies toward migrants: An analytical framework, a typology and preliminary survey results’, in Citizenship in European Cities. Immigrants. Local politics and integration policies , eds R Penninx, K Kraal. M Martiniello & S Vertovec, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 57-85. Blommaert, J & Martiniello M. 1996, `Ethnic mobilization, multiculturalism and the political process in two Belgian cities: Antwerp and Liège’, Innovation 9 (1), pp. 51-73. Body-Gendrot, S

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Patterns of integration
A Longitudinal View of the Labour Market Attachment of Immigrants in Finland

1 Introduction The integration of immigrants into a host country is a multi-dimensional phenomenon; it involves various processes, such as integration into economic, political, social and cultural spheres, as well as the acquisition of civil rights, the recognition of qualifications and opportunities to access new education and training. Labour market integration is thus an important aspect of an immigrants’ integration into the host country’s society. With increased global immigration, this issue is relevant for all the countries. The labour market

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Is There an Evidence Basis for Immigrant Integration Policies?
A Methodological Enquiry

References Bijl, R & Verweij, A (eds.) 2012, Measuring and monitoring immigrant integration in Europe. Integration policies and monitoring efforts in 17 European countries, The Netherlands Institute for Social Research (SCP), The Hague. Böcker, A & Strik, T 2011, ‘Language and knowledge tests for permanent residence rights: help or hindrance for integration?’, European Journal of Migration and Law , vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 157-184. Council of the European Union 2004, Press Release 14615/04 (presse 321) , European Union, Brussels. Davies, P

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