Pioneering research conducted by the INMIX Research Group at the UAB sheds light on one of the topics that has preoccupied social scientists for over a century: the relationship between mixed unions/mixed families and social integration. This study, which combines two research projects, concludes that this relationship is much more complex than has traditionally been theorized. The research highlights the socially transformative value of mixedness, while warning about the persistence of ethnic and cultural divisions that hinder social inclusion and social cohesion.
|Journal||UAB Divulga: Barcelona Research and Innovation|
|Publication status||Published - 11 Apr 2016|