Among People, Between Cultures the Minority of Arab Origin in Contemporary Europe
Abou Saleh, Ziad
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This paper attempts to evaluate the factors of cultural assimilation of the youngest generation of the Arabs, who were born and live in the ‘old continent’ or came to Europe when they were children and do not know the realities of the Arab world, they were not socialized in it or their socialization has just entered into the secondary phase. The article is based both on the theoretical analysis of the realities of contemporary Europe heterogeneous from the culture related point of view but being entangled in demographic problems and suffering from the flood of refugees and migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East, as well as on the empirical research done on the young generation of the so called ‘Euro Arabs’, who are representatives of the Arab world from 15 countries, living in Europe and that are the peculiar cultural hybrid which combines the elements of mass culture and tradition.
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