American International Journal of Social Science

ISSN 2325-4149(Print), ISSN 2325-4165(Online) DIO: 10.30845/aijss

A New Model of Intercultural Integration: Applicability in the Italian Case Study (Recognizing Differences with Ad Hoc Principles of Precedence)"
Shkelzen Hasanaj, PhD

We are witnessing the failure of the traditional political models and the disappearance of the prominent political discussions interpreted as a unitary framework of political sharing, elements of identity and collective belonging.”The new implemented models were supposed to build a new form of identity, but they have not suc-ceeded in resolving either the problems of past, or the difficulties of the present. As a matter of fact, the dissolu-tion of national homogeneity is such a strong process - which is being further intensified by the amount of recent migration issues - that it seems impossible to imagine the survival of the nation-state inside a new identity para-digm. Regarding this, it is necessary to underline the majority of the migration flow towards industrialized coun-tries, and the migrants’ choice to take up permanent residence in their host societies, have rendered the migration phenomenon a central concern in many countries that have thereby had to reprogram their political agendas.

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