Latin Americans in London:language, integration and ethnic identity

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Granada, Ana;

This thesis studies the links between language, migration and integration in the context of the 'new migrant' group of Latin Americans in London. It reviews the many ways in which language impacts the integration processes of migrants by influencing people's access to j... View more
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