by Natsuki Oshiro
France is a country that has a lot of immigrants. The population of immigrants is about 6 million. (This is about 10% of total population of France.) Many immigrants are from North Africa. From 1950s to 1960s, France was in postwar reconstruction and rapid grows. In that time, they are called into France as the workforce.
In 1970s, oil crises happened and depression became serious. Because of that, France stopped the reception of foreigner workers. After that, many foreign workers that were in France before that time settled down in France. And they called their families into France. In other words, they became immigration.
In 1980s, immigration became visible as heterogeneous people for genuine French. And new problem happened in nonreligious republic. That is a problem of “integration” of second generation immigrants. This was the beginning of “Problem of scarf”.
In 1990s,” Suburban problem” became clearly existed…
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