English title: Assimilation and Political Attitude Trade-Offs
Author(s): Rahsaan Maxwell -
Type: Book chapter
This chapter examines trade-offs between assimilation and political attitudes. It focuses on two aspects of incorporation: political trust and government satisfaction. It argues that successful assimilation may yield many positive incorporation results but can lead to more negative political attitudes. In addition, greater segregation may indicate many incorporation difficulties but can also be associated with more positive political attitudes. This suggests that incorporation is an uneven process in which positive outcomes on some dimensions may undermine other aspects of life.
From page no: 270
To page no: 287
Anthology: Outsiders No More?: Models of immigrant political incorporation