Immigration, Integration and Mobility: New Agendas in Migration Studies (Essays 1998-2014)
By: Adrian Favell (author)Paperback
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A compilation of Adrian Favell's innovative and agenda setting essays which, since the late 1990s, have charted the emergence of new migration patterns and politics in Europe. Tackling in turn issues of multiculturalism, immigrant integration, free movement, high skilled mobilities, new East-West migrations and regional integration, the collection offers a comprehensive introduction to the dynamic field of international migration studies. At the same time, it poses a sharp challenge to current complacencies, challenging researchers to escape methodological nationalism and the unreflective reproduction of concepts and assumptions in the field, as well as embracing new methodologies and theoretical resources. Moving fluidly across intellectual boundaries as much as national borders, Favell points the way forward to new thinking in this burgeoning and rapidly evolving interdisciplinary field.
Adrian Favell is Professor of Sociology at Sciences Po, Paris. He is the author of Philosophies of Integration: Immigration and the Idea of Citizenship in France and Britain (1998), The Human Face of Global Mobility: International Highly Skilled Migration in Europe, North America and the Asia Pacific (edited with Michael Peter Smith, 2006), Eurostars and Eurocities: Free Movement and Mobility in an Integrating Europe (2008), and Before and After Superflat: A Short History of Japanese Contemporary Art 1990-2011 (2012).
INTRODUCTION 1. Immigration, migration and free movement in the making of Europe. PART ONE. APPLIED POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: THE PROBLEM OF MULTICULTURAL CITIZENSHIP. 2. Multicultural citizenship in theory and practice: applied political philosophy in empirical analyses. 3. Multicultural race relations in Britain: problems of interpretation and explanation. PART TWO: THE QUESTION OF INTEGRATION. 4. Assimilation/Integration. 5. Integration policy and integration research in Europe: a review and critique. PART THREE: HIGH SKILLED MIGRATION AND SOCIAL MOBILITY. 6. The human face of global mobility: a research agenda (with Miriam Feldblum and Michael Peter Smith). 7. Social and spatial mobility (with Ettore Recchi). PART FOUR: NEW MIGRATION AND MOBILITIES IN EUROPE. 8. The new face of East-West migration in Europe. 9. The fourth freedom: theories of migration and mobilities in 'neoliberal' Europe. CONCLUSION 10. Rebooting migration theory: Interdisciplinarity, globality and postdisciplinarity in migration studies. Bibliography.
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