Dutch discourse on “integration” is currently characterized by a strong
focus on the “culture” of especially Turks and Moroccans, two minority populations
in Dutch society mostly of Muslim orientation. This article discusses the issue
of the “import bride” as a case study of contemporary culturist discourse. It
argues that this issue is problematized because transnational marriage is construed
as circumventing loyalty to Dutch society and nation-state.
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