Title

Dealing with Immigration: a Comparison between Germany and Spain

Date

5-28-2015 11:10 AM

End Time

28-5-2015 1:30 PM

Location

Werner University Center (WUC) Pacific Room

Department

Politics, Policy, and Administration

Session Chair

Mary Pettenger

Session Title

Politics, Policy, and Administration Research Papers

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Mary Pettenger

Presentation Type

Poster session

Abstract

Immigration has been an existent phenomenon since the rise of human civilization, and has recently become a heated debate worldwide due to the recent economic recession. Within the E.U. there have been various states plagued by the rise of non-European immigration. Two states that share such factors are Germany and Spain.Both states have dealt with immigration in similar ways, despite the multitude of differences they have. Despite Germany and Spain’s different historical and cultural past both states have taken similar stances on non- European immigration. Comparing and contrasting both states’ current government systems, economical, historical and cultural aspects, and both states’ stances on immigration, present the reasoning for why both states are able to do what they do in relation to their historical past.

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May 28th, 11:10 AM May 28th, 1:30 PM

Dealing with Immigration: a Comparison between Germany and Spain

Werner University Center (WUC) Pacific Room

Immigration has been an existent phenomenon since the rise of human civilization, and has recently become a heated debate worldwide due to the recent economic recession. Within the E.U. there have been various states plagued by the rise of non-European immigration. Two states that share such factors are Germany and Spain.Both states have dealt with immigration in similar ways, despite the multitude of differences they have. Despite Germany and Spain’s different historical and cultural past both states have taken similar stances on non- European immigration. Comparing and contrasting both states’ current government systems, economical, historical and cultural aspects, and both states’ stances on immigration, present the reasoning for why both states are able to do what they do in relation to their historical past.