Immigrant integration and their negative sentiments toward recent immigrants: The case of Hong Kong
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AbstractNegative sentiments toward recent immigrants should not be viewed as a dichotomous antagonistic relationship between the native-born population and immigrants. Our study, based on recent data collected from Hong Kong, shows that a considerable proportion of immigrants, especially those who arrived a longer time ago, have also adopted negative sentiments toward recent immigrants. The findings call for exploring how different waves of immigrants develop negative sentiments against recent immigrants. At the same time, policies should distinguish between the native-born population and immigrants so that policies can address the different concerns of these groups.
All Author(s) ListEric Fong, Hua Guo
Journal nameAsian and Pacific Migration Journal
Volume Number27
Issue Number2
Pages166 - 189
LanguagesEnglish-United States

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