Author(s): Necmettin DO?AN
Recent terror attacks in Europe have brought a strong anti-immigrant sentiment in many European countries. As a consequence of these political, cultural and psychological pressures on migrants increased. We have recently witnessed a strong rise of anti-immigrant discourse in politics and media, and racism and discrimination became more visible in daily life. This article aims to investigate an ideal integration situation by questioning if integration is still possible. To address this, the article tries to explore the perception of integration and discrimination, and self-perception of the Turkish immigrants in Austria within the context of different variables and discusses these in relation to political and popular migrants discourse in media and politics.