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Integration processes of a Romanian group in a Huelva village through family life stories ARTICLE

, Colegio Pblico de Lucena del Puerto, Spain ; , Departamento de Educacin, Universidad de Huelva, Spain

NAERJ Volume 4, Number 2, ISSN 2254-7339 Publisher: University of Alicante

Abstract

This paper examines the integration of Romanian immigrants in Lucena del Puerto (Huelva, Spain) through the life stories of two families of Romanian origin. The experiences of the groups presented in this study were analyzed. Both families were in the town for work, to grow and harvest strawberries. We observed a contrast between idealistic views of integration and actual problems of coexistence and integration of the Romanian group with other groups such as Moroccan immigrants Here we focus on the integration process of the Romanian population in the Andalusian village. The main groups studied were two families of Romanian-origin residents in the village. In short, this paper aims to reflect the concerns and integrative resources needed to promote a harmonious coexistence with immigrants.

Citation

Diaz Reales, A. & Aguaded-Gmez, I. (2015). Integration processes of a Romanian group in a Huelva village through family life stories. Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research (NAER Journal), 4(2), 99-106. University of Alicante. Retrieved October 22, 2018 from .

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