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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: The changing nature of Glasgow's ethnic-minority community
Author(s): Bowes, Alison
McCluskey, Jacqui
Sim, Duncan
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Keywords: Glasgow
ethnic minorities
Issue Date: 1990
Date Deposited: 18-Jan-2013
Citation: Bowes A, McCluskey J & Sim D (1990) The changing nature of Glasgow's ethnic-minority community. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 106 (2), pp. 99-107.
Abstract: This paper draws on a research study carried out for Glasgow District Council and updates previous work in the city. It shows a rise in ethnic-minority population to over 19,000, still concentrated in the inner city but with increasing desegregation into council housing and new private estates. Attitudes to council housing are changing and tenure aspirations are increasingly similar to those of whites. The majority of the minority population is Pakistani in origin and families are quite large. The majority of those in employment are self-employed.
DOI Link: 10.1080/00369229018736782
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