1982
DOI: 10.1097/00152193-198211000-00034
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“…32 The 8.3 million refugees, expellees and displaced persons entering West Germany from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe between 1945 and 1950, equating to onesixth of the Federal Republic's total population, actually strengthened the state's security. 33 Whether migration is securitised, therefore, depends on four variables, which Rudolph describes as: cultural proximity; visibility; entry channel; and the effects of historic migration policies. 34 Cultural proximity is concerned with the extent to which the migrant community is perceptibly different -most notably in terms of race, language and religion -to the indigenous society, and also the perceptions of the host society about how easily they can assimilate the new group.…”
Section: Migrationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…32 The 8.3 million refugees, expellees and displaced persons entering West Germany from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe between 1945 and 1950, equating to onesixth of the Federal Republic's total population, actually strengthened the state's security. 33 Whether migration is securitised, therefore, depends on four variables, which Rudolph describes as: cultural proximity; visibility; entry channel; and the effects of historic migration policies. 34 Cultural proximity is concerned with the extent to which the migrant community is perceptibly different -most notably in terms of race, language and religion -to the indigenous society, and also the perceptions of the host society about how easily they can assimilate the new group.…”
Section: Migrationmentioning
confidence: 99%