Research in migration and ethnic relations series.
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Introduction The fragility of social cohesion in ethnically diverse societies Elements of a theory on ethnic diversity and social cohesion Measuring ethnic diversity Beyond measured facts Perceptions are not arbitrarily subjective The dilemma of inter-ethnic coexistence Conclusion.
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Print version: Schaeffer, Merlin. Ethnic diversity and social cohesion : immigration, ethnic fractionalization and potentials for civic action. Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate,  180 pages Research in migration and ethnic relations series