Refugee and European Cities Panel Refugee and European Cities Panel Refugee and European Cities Panel As explained in the proposal, this study aims to gather sufficient empirical evidence that measures the baseline opinions of immigrants at arrival towards the host polity and panel data of how and why these change during the critical months after arrival in different contexts. This evidence has been extremely hard to obtain for two reasons : 1) Migrants are hard-to-reach populations, often on the move before settling down and thus, there are no panel studies tracking their attitudes within the first weeks or months after arrival. 2) Migration is a network driven phenomenon (Massey, 1987) and this has made it difficult to isolate the effects of individual and group characteristics such as religion, or experiences in the country of origin vis--vis the contextual conditions on attitudes and behaviors towards the host polity The proposed work is simply to finish recruitment in cities in Sweden, UK and France and Germany as well as calls to follow up with respondents. As explained in the original proposal, we need a big enough sample size in each proposed locality to estimate variation due to the local context vis a vis individual characteristics. In addition, we need to follow up with respondents who have agreed to participate in the panel and thus our interviewers will make approximately 600-1000 phone calls in the next six months.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/18 → 7/31/21|
- National Science Foundation (NSF): $31,894.00
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