Grupo de investigación HUM-738 (PAIDI. Junta de Andalucía)

Contextual Factors and Prejudice at the Beginning of the Immigrant Influx: The Moroccan Case in Seville, Spain.

Línea temática
Estructuras y sistemas urbano-metropolitanos
Estudios socio-espaciales
Tipo publicación
Artículo de revista
Año
2019
Autores
Iglesias, Ricardo
Paloma, Virginia; García-Ramírez, Manuel

Studies addressing contextual factors associated with anti‐immigrant prejudice have focused on out‐group size and rapid demographic changes in receiving locations. However, the territorial concentration and distribution of ethnic minorities at a local and intraurban level has received little attention. We analyse the relationship between emerging territorial concentration points—alongside other contextual variables—by Moroccans and receiving society's growing prejudice towards them in a city experiencing the start of a migrant influx. We combine survey and census data from five Seville districts (southern Spain). Our results show how rapid changes in the general population's ethnic composition, coupled with Moroccan and economic migrants' territorial concentration, correlate strongly with negative attitudes towards Moroccans at this early stage. However, a weaker relationship between the immigrant percentage and degree of prejudice by the receiving group is observed. We also discuss guidelines for ensuring good, local diversity management to prevent socioterritorial fragmentation in multicultural cities.

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