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Arrivals—Settlement Pattern and Professional Insertion

  • Niccolò Fattori
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Migration History book series (PSMH)

Abstract

This is the first in a group of three chapters discussing the lives of the migrants, stage by stage, in order to show how people who moved from different places and for different reasons could eventually build the social connections necessary for the emergence of a community. This chapter looks at the first stages of the migrant’s lives in the new city, describing their patterns of settlement, and what was the impact of their professional and social necessities. It then describes the strategies of professional insertion and which factors influenced them.

Keywords

Settlement pattern Professional insertion Apprenticeships fondaci Chain migration 

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  • Niccolò Fattori
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  1. 1.Independent ScholarTwickenhamUK

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