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Does Naturalization Facilitate Integration? : A Longitudinal Study on the Consequences of Citizenship Acquisition for Immigrants’ Identification with Germany

Does Naturalization Facilitate Integration? : A Longitudinal Study on the Consequences of Citizenship Acquisition for Immigrants’ Identification with Germany

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FICK, Patrick, 2016. Does Naturalization Facilitate Integration? : A Longitudinal Study on the Consequences of Citizenship Acquisition for Immigrants’ Identification with Germany. In: Zeitschrift für Soziologie. 45(2), pp. 107-121. ISSN 0340-1804. eISSN 2366-0325

@article{Fick2016Natur-33662, title={Does Naturalization Facilitate Integration? : A Longitudinal Study on the Consequences of Citizenship Acquisition for Immigrants’ Identification with Germany}, year={2016}, doi={10.1515/zfsoz-2015-1006}, number={2}, volume={45}, issn={0340-1804}, journal={Zeitschrift für Soziologie}, pages={107--121}, author={Fick, Patrick} }

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