Challenging the Paradoxes of Integration Policies : Latin Americans in the European City.

By: Pardo, FabiolaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandMigration, Minorities and Modernity: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (173 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319640822Subject(s): Latin Americans--EuropeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Challenging the Paradoxes of Integration Policies : Latin Americans in the European CityDDC classification: 300 LOC classification: H1-970.9Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Dedication -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Author -- Introduction -- Latin Americans in the Context of International Immigration in Europe -- Background and Research Objectives -- Research Methods and Fieldwork Design -- Innovation -- Outline -- Part I: Cities, Integration Policy and Migration -- Chapter 1: The Geopolitical Context of the "New Migration" in Europe and the Challenges of Integration -- Chapter 2: A Critical Approach to the Notion of Integration and Its Use in Policy -- 2.1 'Fortress Europe': Towards a Common Immigration and Integration Policy -- Chapter 3: Urban Diversity and the Scope of Multiculturalism -- 3.1 Multiculturalism -- 3.2 Introducing Multiculturalism as Integration Policy in Europe -- Chapter 4: Transnationalism and Interculturalism as Patterns of Integration in a Global Perspective -- 4.1 The Transnational Perspective -- 4.2 The Political Proposal of Interculturalism -- 4.3 Interculturalism from the Latin American Perspective -- Part II: Defining Political Spaces for Integration: Amsterdam, London and Madrid -- Chapter 5: Amsterdam's Political Pillars of Diversity -- 5.1 The Dutch Version of Multiculturalism -- 5.2 "Inburgering": Integration and Citizenship -- 5.3 Amsterdam's Diversity Policy and Social Cohesion -- Chapter 6: London, Global City and "Superdiversity" -- 6.1 The Multicultural Threat -- 6.2 Superdiversity: The New Dimension of Diversity -- Chapter 7: Madrid's Intercultural Perspective -- 7.1 National Policy Developments on Integration and Cultural Diversity -- 7.2 Madrid's Intercultural Coexistence and Active Integration -- Chapter 8: The Limits of Citizenship as a Strategy for Integration -- 8.1 The Dilemmas of a Post-national Citizenship -- 8.2 Social Cohesion as a New Social Policy in Europe.
Part III: An Historic Overview of Latin American Immigration in European Cities Since the 1970's -- Chapter 9: Europe in the Context of Latin-American International Migrations -- 9.1 Latin American International Migration Flows -- 9.1.1 Overseas Immigration -- 9.1.2 Intra-regional Migration -- 9.1.3 Migration Outside the Region -- 9.2 Building the European Migratory Space -- Chapter 10: Latin Americans as a New Immigrant Group at the Beginning of the Twenty First Century -- 10.1 The Economic Push and Pull Factor Behind New Migration Flows -- 10.2 An Approach to Demographic Growth of Latin Americans in Europe -- 10.3 Women in the Migratory Circuits -- Chapter 11: Latino Trajectories in the European City: Amsterdam, London and Madrid -- 11.1 Amsterdam -- 11.2 London -- 11.3 Madrid -- Part IV: Facing the Paradoxes of Integration: Policies, Strategies and Practices -- Chapter 12: Latin Americans Confronting Integration Policies -- 12.1 Amsterdam's Path to Citizenship -- 12.2 Attaining Visibility in London: Migrant Labor and Civic Dynamics -- 12.3 The Madrid Latino: Status, Labor Instability and Ethnic Representation -- Chapter 13: Transnationalism and Integration Synergies -- Chapter 14: The Ambiguities Surrounding "Migratory Status" in Integration Processes -- Chapter 15: The City as a Refuge: Space, Coexistence and Agency -- Conclusions -- The Role of Immigrants in the Politics of Integration in Europe -- The Role of Cities in the Politics of Immigrant Integration -- Latin American Immigrants as Political and Cultural Actors in the European City -- Bibliography.
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Dedication -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Author -- Introduction -- Latin Americans in the Context of International Immigration in Europe -- Background and Research Objectives -- Research Methods and Fieldwork Design -- Innovation -- Outline -- Part I: Cities, Integration Policy and Migration -- Chapter 1: The Geopolitical Context of the "New Migration" in Europe and the Challenges of Integration -- Chapter 2: A Critical Approach to the Notion of Integration and Its Use in Policy -- 2.1 'Fortress Europe': Towards a Common Immigration and Integration Policy -- Chapter 3: Urban Diversity and the Scope of Multiculturalism -- 3.1 Multiculturalism -- 3.2 Introducing Multiculturalism as Integration Policy in Europe -- Chapter 4: Transnationalism and Interculturalism as Patterns of Integration in a Global Perspective -- 4.1 The Transnational Perspective -- 4.2 The Political Proposal of Interculturalism -- 4.3 Interculturalism from the Latin American Perspective -- Part II: Defining Political Spaces for Integration: Amsterdam, London and Madrid -- Chapter 5: Amsterdam's Political Pillars of Diversity -- 5.1 The Dutch Version of Multiculturalism -- 5.2 "Inburgering": Integration and Citizenship -- 5.3 Amsterdam's Diversity Policy and Social Cohesion -- Chapter 6: London, Global City and "Superdiversity" -- 6.1 The Multicultural Threat -- 6.2 Superdiversity: The New Dimension of Diversity -- Chapter 7: Madrid's Intercultural Perspective -- 7.1 National Policy Developments on Integration and Cultural Diversity -- 7.2 Madrid's Intercultural Coexistence and Active Integration -- Chapter 8: The Limits of Citizenship as a Strategy for Integration -- 8.1 The Dilemmas of a Post-national Citizenship -- 8.2 Social Cohesion as a New Social Policy in Europe.

Part III: An Historic Overview of Latin American Immigration in European Cities Since the 1970's -- Chapter 9: Europe in the Context of Latin-American International Migrations -- 9.1 Latin American International Migration Flows -- 9.1.1 Overseas Immigration -- 9.1.2 Intra-regional Migration -- 9.1.3 Migration Outside the Region -- 9.2 Building the European Migratory Space -- Chapter 10: Latin Americans as a New Immigrant Group at the Beginning of the Twenty First Century -- 10.1 The Economic Push and Pull Factor Behind New Migration Flows -- 10.2 An Approach to Demographic Growth of Latin Americans in Europe -- 10.3 Women in the Migratory Circuits -- Chapter 11: Latino Trajectories in the European City: Amsterdam, London and Madrid -- 11.1 Amsterdam -- 11.2 London -- 11.3 Madrid -- Part IV: Facing the Paradoxes of Integration: Policies, Strategies and Practices -- Chapter 12: Latin Americans Confronting Integration Policies -- 12.1 Amsterdam's Path to Citizenship -- 12.2 Attaining Visibility in London: Migrant Labor and Civic Dynamics -- 12.3 The Madrid Latino: Status, Labor Instability and Ethnic Representation -- Chapter 13: Transnationalism and Integration Synergies -- Chapter 14: The Ambiguities Surrounding "Migratory Status" in Integration Processes -- Chapter 15: The City as a Refuge: Space, Coexistence and Agency -- Conclusions -- The Role of Immigrants in the Politics of Integration in Europe -- The Role of Cities in the Politics of Immigrant Integration -- Latin American Immigrants as Political and Cultural Actors in the European City -- Bibliography.

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