Migration and European Integration: The Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1995 - Political Science - 209 pages
This collection offers a theoretical perspective on the processes of migration and integration, examining in particular the dynamics of inclusion and exclusion, the nature of citizenship, and the place of the European Community in the world economy and its consequences for international migration flows.
 

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Contents

Towards a new international migration regime globalization migration and the internationalization of the state
15
European citizenship European identity and migrants towards the postnational state?
37
Migrants as a security problem dangers of securitizing societal issues
53
Case Studies in the Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion
73
Loss of control the buildup of a European migration and asylum regime
75
Moving between bogus and bona fide the policing of inclusion and exclusion in Europe
92
Asylumseekers refugees and the European Union case studies of France and the UK
112
The logic of contradiction migration control in Italy and France 198093
132
Refugees in Sweden inclusion and exclusion in the welfare state
159
Boundaries of welfare states immigrants and social rights on the national and supranational level
177
Index
196
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Robert Miles is a professor of English at the University of Stirling.

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