Autonomy and Dependence in the Family: Turkey and Sweden in Critical Perspective

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of extended familial relations may lead to the formation of new groups based on shared ethnic, religious, and cultural experiences. The lack of efficient public institutions and the prevalence of populist policies combine to create new urban inequalities and new sources of urban conflict that sometimes overlap with ethnic or religious conflict. However, multicultural environments, multiple identities, and the emergence of new cultural groups lay the ground for the creation of alternative networks that seem to have a mitigating effect on potential conflicts.


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