By Anna Amelina, Kenneth Horvath, Bruno Meeus
The contributions of this e-book research modern dynamics of migration and mobility within the context of the overall societal changes that experience taken position in Europe during the last few many years. The ebook can assist readers to higher comprehend the manifold ways that migration tendencies within the quarter are associated with altering political-economic constellations, orders of strength and inequality, and political discourses. It starts off with an creation to a couple of theoretical methods that tackle the nexus among migration and basic societal shifts, together with tactics of supranationalisation, european growth, postsocialist changes and rescaling. It then presents a accomplished evaluate of the political legislation of migration via border regulate and immigration rules. The contributions that stick to aspect the dynamic alterations of person migration styles and their implications for the supplier of cellular members. the ultimate half demanding situations the reader to think about how guidelines and practices of migration are associated with symbolic struggles over belonging and rights, describing quite a lot of expressions of such conflicts, from cosmopolitanism to racism and xenophobia. This ebook is aimed toward researchers in a number of fields of the social sciences and will be used as path interpreting for undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate classes within the components of overseas migration, transnational and ecu reviews. it is going to be a worthy source for students trying to find fabric at the most modern conceptual instruments for research of the nexus of migration and societal transformation in Europe.
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It seems to me that a focus on migration, rather than mobility, better reflects real power relations. There is little reason to believe that the structural factors driving labour migration—particularly from low- and middleincome countries to richer countries—have changed fundamentally after the global financial crisis (GFC) of 2007–2009. There is a further important point here: a dominant political discourse today is that migration is a problem that needs to be fixed by appropriate policies. The repressive variant is tight border control, the more liberal one is addressing the ‘root causes’ of migration—usually defined as poverty and violence in origin countries— so that people do not have to migrate (Castles and Van Hear 2010).
1998: Chap. 2). This model was developed to analyse internal movements in developing countries but is seen as applicable to international migration as well, provided that consideration is given to constraints arising from the role of states and their uneven power. This model suggests a long-term transition to ‘a one-sector, relatively full-employment neo-classical world’ (Ranis 2009: 5). But the neoclassical model has not proved very useful for analysing and explaining actual migration experiences.
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