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Shailja Sharma

that the structure of the Maghrebi immigrant population has changed. ‘[One section] is older, and is increasingly threatened by unemployment in the car, steel and mining industries. The other segment is younger, and in spite of such difficulties as delinquency, unemployment, insufficient vocational training, failure at school, and drug use, is better disposed towards economic, social, cultural and even political self-organization … Some Maghrebians still belong to the first generation, while others are French citizens well-integrated into their social groups’ (Wihtol

in Postcolonial minorities in Britain and France