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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Angelina Gomelauri
French Policy in the Sphere of Multiculturalism: why did Policy Shifts Occur in 2000 - 2011
Political Science
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
This paper is dedicated to the study of the French policy in the field of multiculturalism in 2000 – 2011. There were 2 main laws which were passed in that period, which had been influencing on the status of representations of different religions, particularly of Muslims.

This paper elucidates the adoption of the laws: was it a unified political course or only two distinction measures which did not link with each other. The attempt has been made to study these laws in the advocacy coalitions framework of P. Sabatier and H. Jenkins-Smith’s.

That research helps us to give an answer to the main question: why the French policy in the sphere of multiculturalism was changed and what sort of events had affected to the implementation of the laws (which led to the shift of policy in general).

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