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Migration and Insecurity : Citizenship and Social Inclusion in a Transnational Era.

By: Steiner, Niklaus.
Contributor(s): Mason, Robert | Hayes, Anna.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2012Copyright date: ©2013Description: 1 online resource (209 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781136233364.Subject(s): Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects | Immigrants -- Civil rights | Immigrants -- Cultural assimilation | Immigrants -- Social conditions | Social integration | TransnationalismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Migration and Insecurity : Citizenship and Social Inclusion in a Transnational EraDDC classification: 305.906912 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Migration and Insecurity -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Contributors -- Detailed synopsis -- Chapter 1: Securing twenty-first century societies -- Human insecurity and the state -- Securing the border -- Securing Australia -- Securing civic space -- Competing dynamics of settlement -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2: A comparison of asylum seekers in Europe and illegal immigrants in the United States -- Introductory remark -- Asylum seekers in Europe -- Illegal immigrants in the US -- Citizenship, membership and marginalization -- Concluding thought -- Bibliography -- Receiving strangeness -- Chapter 3: Legacies of war and migration: Memories of war trauma, dislocation and second generation Greek-Australians -- Post-warmigration and the Greek diaspora -- Stephen's story -- Peter's story -- Joanna's story -- Legacies of war and migration -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4: An invitation to inclusion: Museums and migration -- The social purpose of museums -- Museums and citizenship -- Public memory: the Immigration Museum, Melbourne -- A city museum: Museum of Brisbane -- A community museum: the Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne -- Communication and inclusion -- A world of strangers -- Bibliography -- Websites -- Chapter 5: Negotiating migration, sentiment, and insecurity: Encounters with sadness and shame in Australia -- (Dis)integration: an archive of migrant feeling -- 1 Cornelia, May 2005 -- 2 Vivian, May 2005 -- 3 Me, December 2005 -- 4 Mammad, January 2006 -- Questioning integration and migrant security through sadness -- Strange stories and sad cultures: the 'conundrum' of Cornelia and the 'matter' of Vivian -- Shameful (auto)biographies: women (de)facing the nation -- Face-to-face in sadness and loss -- A thread between others in the face of separation -- Lasting impressions -- Notes.
Bibliography -- Negotiating integration -- Chapter 6: Would-becitizens and 'strong states': Circles of security and insecurity -- What is the effect of state securitization on irregular migrants? -- Does the global movement of people create its own insecurities? -- Can irregular migrants generate a politics of localized security? -- Underground undergrads -- Magic Cleaners -- Parents mobilizing for educational justice -- Shifting grounds of security -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7: Negotiating integration: Refugees and asylum seekers in Australia and the UK -- Introduction -- Refugee integration in a post-multicultural era -- East Anglia -- Insecurity -- Blending in -- Distancing and avoidance -- South Australia -- Insecurity and assimilation -- Blending in and integrating -- Bridging distance and questioning integration -- Social connection and the integration process -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8: Transnational practices, social inclusion, and Muslim migrant integration in the West -- Introduction -- Transnational human mobility and the challenge of national belonging -- Transnational ties and Muslim migrant settlement in the West -- Critical reflections on 'multiculturalism' -- Current study -- Data collection -- Data analysis -- Comparative insights into the empirical findings -- Conclusion -- Note -- Bibliography -- Securing long-term belonging -- Chapter 9: Equal valued status: Belonging, identity and place -- Introduction -- Immigration, nation building and identity in a globalized world -- Social exclusion, racism and fear -- Space, place and belonging -- Towards equal valued status and social inclusion -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10: Citizens of nowhere: Refugees, integration criteria, and social inclusion -- Method -- Who is a refugee?.
Integration, social inclusion, and citizenship: three planks of belonging and successful settlement? -- The challenges of resettlement -- Social inclusion -- Citizenship and security -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index.
Summary: This book presents an inter-disciplinary investigation into contemporary migration and social inclusion through an examination of migrant and refugee experience. In this edited volume, contributors discuss new understandings of individual and community security in a world where legal borders and definitions of citizenship no longer adequately capture the reality of migration. Distinguished contributors approach questions of social belonging and inclusion from diverse perspectives. Drawing its primary examples from Australia, Migration and Insecurity is framed by the wider experience of the Global North, with examples from Europe, the United Kingdom and United States woven throughout the collection. An inter-disciplinary approach to migration studies, this book integrates local, national and transnational spaces in its discussion of new constructs of inclusion and security. It considers questions of historical memory, ontological security, transnational communities, the role of civic institutions and social relationships in local spaces to guide the reader towards the wider conceptual questions of migration studies using expertise from the fields of sociology, gender, historical and political studies Migration and Insecurity will be of interest to students and scholars of transnationalism, migration politics and international relations.
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Cover -- Migration and Insecurity -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Contributors -- Detailed synopsis -- Chapter 1: Securing twenty-first century societies -- Human insecurity and the state -- Securing the border -- Securing Australia -- Securing civic space -- Competing dynamics of settlement -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2: A comparison of asylum seekers in Europe and illegal immigrants in the United States -- Introductory remark -- Asylum seekers in Europe -- Illegal immigrants in the US -- Citizenship, membership and marginalization -- Concluding thought -- Bibliography -- Receiving strangeness -- Chapter 3: Legacies of war and migration: Memories of war trauma, dislocation and second generation Greek-Australians -- Post-warmigration and the Greek diaspora -- Stephen's story -- Peter's story -- Joanna's story -- Legacies of war and migration -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4: An invitation to inclusion: Museums and migration -- The social purpose of museums -- Museums and citizenship -- Public memory: the Immigration Museum, Melbourne -- A city museum: Museum of Brisbane -- A community museum: the Jewish Museum of Australia, Melbourne -- Communication and inclusion -- A world of strangers -- Bibliography -- Websites -- Chapter 5: Negotiating migration, sentiment, and insecurity: Encounters with sadness and shame in Australia -- (Dis)integration: an archive of migrant feeling -- 1 Cornelia, May 2005 -- 2 Vivian, May 2005 -- 3 Me, December 2005 -- 4 Mammad, January 2006 -- Questioning integration and migrant security through sadness -- Strange stories and sad cultures: the 'conundrum' of Cornelia and the 'matter' of Vivian -- Shameful (auto)biographies: women (de)facing the nation -- Face-to-face in sadness and loss -- A thread between others in the face of separation -- Lasting impressions -- Notes.

Bibliography -- Negotiating integration -- Chapter 6: Would-becitizens and 'strong states': Circles of security and insecurity -- What is the effect of state securitization on irregular migrants? -- Does the global movement of people create its own insecurities? -- Can irregular migrants generate a politics of localized security? -- Underground undergrads -- Magic Cleaners -- Parents mobilizing for educational justice -- Shifting grounds of security -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7: Negotiating integration: Refugees and asylum seekers in Australia and the UK -- Introduction -- Refugee integration in a post-multicultural era -- East Anglia -- Insecurity -- Blending in -- Distancing and avoidance -- South Australia -- Insecurity and assimilation -- Blending in and integrating -- Bridging distance and questioning integration -- Social connection and the integration process -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8: Transnational practices, social inclusion, and Muslim migrant integration in the West -- Introduction -- Transnational human mobility and the challenge of national belonging -- Transnational ties and Muslim migrant settlement in the West -- Critical reflections on 'multiculturalism' -- Current study -- Data collection -- Data analysis -- Comparative insights into the empirical findings -- Conclusion -- Note -- Bibliography -- Securing long-term belonging -- Chapter 9: Equal valued status: Belonging, identity and place -- Introduction -- Immigration, nation building and identity in a globalized world -- Social exclusion, racism and fear -- Space, place and belonging -- Towards equal valued status and social inclusion -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10: Citizens of nowhere: Refugees, integration criteria, and social inclusion -- Method -- Who is a refugee?.

Integration, social inclusion, and citizenship: three planks of belonging and successful settlement? -- The challenges of resettlement -- Social inclusion -- Citizenship and security -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index.

This book presents an inter-disciplinary investigation into contemporary migration and social inclusion through an examination of migrant and refugee experience. In this edited volume, contributors discuss new understandings of individual and community security in a world where legal borders and definitions of citizenship no longer adequately capture the reality of migration. Distinguished contributors approach questions of social belonging and inclusion from diverse perspectives. Drawing its primary examples from Australia, Migration and Insecurity is framed by the wider experience of the Global North, with examples from Europe, the United Kingdom and United States woven throughout the collection. An inter-disciplinary approach to migration studies, this book integrates local, national and transnational spaces in its discussion of new constructs of inclusion and security. It considers questions of historical memory, ontological security, transnational communities, the role of civic institutions and social relationships in local spaces to guide the reader towards the wider conceptual questions of migration studies using expertise from the fields of sociology, gender, historical and political studies Migration and Insecurity will be of interest to students and scholars of transnationalism, migration politics and international relations.

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<p>Niklaus Steiner is the Director of the Center for Global Initiatives at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, USA.</p> <p>Robert Mason is a Lecturer at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia.</p> <p>Anna Hayes is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia.</p>

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