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Second Generation Argentinean Migrants in Catalonia: Ethnic Mobility and Mobilization

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Drawing on some preliminary findings of an ongoing research project on second-generation Argentinean migrants and their language use and social mobility in Catalonia, this paper focuses on the link between social mobility and ethnic mobilization. Using findings from interviews with migrants that came to Spain in the 1970s and 1980s as well as their children who have grown up in Spain, we demonstrate the degree of integration and labor market participation by both generations. Our research also emphasizes the roles political action and language learning play in their integration.

Affiliations: 1: Sociology, Universitat Rovira i Virgili-Tarragona, Facultat de Ciencies Juridiques, Av. Catalunya, 3543002 Tarragona (Tarragona), Spain;, Email:; 2: Sociology, Universitat Rovira i Virgili-Reus, Facultat de Economiques i Empresarials, Avinguda Universitat, 1, 43204 Reus (Tarragona), Spain;, Email:


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