This is an investigation of interviews with immigrants, building on a Home Office funded project entitled ‘What Works’ which looks at the role of religion in the lives of well-integrated immigrants. This project’s goal will be to better understand how integration does, or may not, work. 100 interviews with immigrants were undertaken by the Home Office project, clustered around ancestral or broadly ethnic community and religious identity, as well as a varied group of high net-worth and/or socially influential metropolitan individuals from these backgrounds. This project will apply corpus methods to that data.
Principal Investigator: Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad
This page will be updated as the project progresses.