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The historical relationship between Germany and the Jews is complicated to say the least. Nevertheless, the Jewish population in Germany is growing. For many Jews, it is relatively easy to obtain German citizenship. However, integration into German society is more challenging; that is, citizenship is only one facet of integration. In this research project, I wanted to investigate the issue of residential segregation of Jewish migrants, which would serve as a measure of integration into German society. My question is about whether or not inner-city segregation of Jews and Germans in Hamburg exists. In the course of my research. I learned that there is a better measure of Jewish integration in Hamburg. Herbert Grönemeyer once said: home is not a place – home is a feeling. Likewise, integration can be described in similar terms: integration is not a physical, measurable concept – integration is a feeling.
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