1 edition of Securitising immigration found in the catalog.
Rens van Munster
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Securitizing immigration|
|Statement||Rens van Munster|
|Series||Palgrave studies in international relations series|
|LC Classifications||JV7590 .M87 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009043512|
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Cited by: About this book Securitizing Immigration deals with the growing concern for immigration as a matter of security at the EU level. It combines an analysis of the way bureaucratic and political processes have interacted in the integration process with an analysis of how these practices are located in a context shaped by the preoccupation with : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
This book is one of the first to systematically and comparatively examine the role of political agents, media agents, and contextual factors in the process of securitizing migration.
The book will be of interest to students and scholars concerned with comparative and theoretical approaches to security and migration by: Securitizing Immigration deals with the growing concern for immigration as a matter of security at the EU level.
It combines an analysis of the way bureaucratic and political processes have interacted in the integration process with an analysis of how these practices are located in a context shaped by the preoccupation with risk. This book is one of the first to systematically and comparatively examine the role of political agents, media agents, and contextual factors in the process of securitizing migration.
The book will be of interest to students and scholars concerned with comparative and theoretical approaches to security and migration studies.
migration or as the securitization of migration (Wæver et al. This book is about the movement of people and the system of order underpin-ning the movement. In undertaking a comparative study of Canada and France between andthe study analyzes the process of securitizing Size: KB.
This page provides access to those handbooks and manuals that have been approved for release to the public. You may also find USCIS policy and procedures on our Policy Memoranda page. Adjudic. Abstract. Nearly 15 years after 9/11, whether or not migration is the subject of securitisation appears to be a question worth asking.
Is the linkage between migration and security a stable and enduring feature of contemporary society and politics?Cited by: 5. The book Security: A New Framework for Analysis sets about broadening the subject of security to include, not just the military sector, but five categories: military, economic, environmental, societal, and political.
Thus the Copenhagen School suggests a constructivist operational method, distinguishing the process of securitization from that. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Vicki Squire.
So, security issues are not simply ‘out there’ but rather must be articulated as problems by securitising actors. Calling immigration a ‘threat to national security’, for instance, shifts immigration from a low priority political concern to a high priority issue that requires action, such as securing borders.
The Securitization of Migration is about the movement of people and the system of order underpinning the movement. In undertaking a comparative study of Canada and France, the study analyzes the process of securitizing migration.4/5.
A similar view has been adopted by Van Munster in his book Securitizing immigration: the politics of risk in the EU (Van Munster, ). Acknowledging this, Huysmans published a new paper on the topic inwherein he accepted that no consensus could be reached on the hypothetical securitization of immigration at the EU level.
In Securitizing Immigration, Rens van Munster develops an original framework for analyzing why immigration has become increasingly central in EU policy-making as an issue that requires new, often coercive, forms of control. While the effectiveness of these practices of control is debatable, they have a crucial impact upon the lives of immigrants.
Moreover, the securitization of immigration. First, it critically assesses the four major dimensions across which contemporary immigration purportedly is securitized: on one side, rhetorically addressing immigration-related issues through political elite discourse, public opinion, and the mass media; and on the other, the policy processes through which immigration is by: Since the past few years, the considerable influx of refugees to the EU has led to a profound reconceptualisation of its immigration control strategy, with emphasis on the co-option of new partners, such as the private sector or third countries, and the prevention of.
The content of this book 14 2. Immigration and the Emergence of a European Threat Environment 16 Introduction 16 Who speaks. Security and the constitution of authority 17 The leverage of the security frame 35 'Words spoken, deeds done'. The consequences of securitizing immigration 39 Conclusion 43 3.
The Maastricht Treaty: The Formalization of. Editorial Reviews "Terrorizing Latina/o Immigrants makes a compelling case that government policies are thoroughly implicated in processes of racialization and gendering that mark some citizens as worthy of protection and others as dangerous threats to national showing how recent immigration and securitization policies blur the boundaries between citizens and immigrants, Brand: Temple University Press.
The Securitization Theory and Migration: The Case of Russia's Securitization of Europe's Migration Crisis: /ch This chapter aims to provide a theoretical juxtaposition of the case of Russian military involvement in Syrian civil war and its connections with Europe'sAuthor: Oktay F.
Tanrısever, Hasan Selçuk Türkmen. Following Massey et al.'s study, recent studies have a consensus on the covering missing parts of the migration field. Most of the scholars share the idea of a need for developing the migration Author: Maggie Ibrahim.
Securitizing Migration: Aspects and Critiques Andreas Themistocleous The GW Post Research Paper, May Published in at goal is to promote articles related to international relations, political science and Andreas Themistocleous holds a. P hippe B oubeau Edited by Philippe Bourbeau HANDBOOK ON Migration and Security Managing migration flows used to be the remit of government departments of the interior and labour.
Now foreign offices, anti-terrorist agencies and ministries of defence are involved. What accounts for this dramatic process of securitization. In this pioneering book, the editor and contributors go beyond familiar.
The reviewed books address the securitisation of borders, refugees and their protection, and the consequences of securitisation for migrant minorities. All five books offer a valuable contribution to the literature and expand our by: 3.
‘Social policy and the political economy of the welfare state sit at the sharp edge of immigration politics and policy making. The editors of this comprehensive and up-to-date Handbook have brought together an authoritative group of younger and older specialists, transatlantic in scope, who offer clear empirical analyses of the dilemmas and paradoxes disturbing politicians and electorates.
The final component of the securitization process relates to the link between immigration and terrorism established by the terrorist attacks perpetrated in France by the Algerian Groupe Islamique Armé (GIA) during the s.
But it was reinforced after the terrorist attacks on 9/11 (involving Zacarias Moussaoui, a French citizen of Moroccan descent), the Madrid bombings, and the Summary: "Securitizing Immigration deals with the growing concern for immigration as a matter of security at the EU level.
The Securitisation of Islam in Europe Jocelyne Cesari Abstract This paper summarises the main hypotheses and results of the research on the securitisation of Islam. It posits that the securitisation of Islam is not only a speech act but also a policy-making process that affects the making of immigration laws, multicultural policies, anti.
In the context of the evidence presented in both the collected scholarship under review and other select works, this article asks if and to what extent migration-related issues have been securitized in Europe and the United States.
In addressing these questions it executes three tasks. First, it critically assesses the four major dimensions across which contemporary immigration purportedly is. The Securitization of Immigration in America: Interview with Marvin L. Astrada.
what constitutes an American, and the American People, are also the subject of disagreement. In securitizing immigration, the Executive’s interpretation of the SLPP is one rooted in managing the character and content of the population, which involves much more.
securitizing immigration 4 Wæver46– 5 Lazaridis2. 6 Wæver7 Balzacq 8 Hampshire and Saggar whenever elite actors inject “low politics” public policy issues into the domain of “high politics” by adopting the rhetoric of existential threat. 4 In this context, Lazaridis describes the securitization of immigration.
Book. Bieber, R. and Monar, J. Justice and home affairs in the European Union - European Interuniversity Press - Brussels. Securitizing Immigration. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Journal. Whelan, F. Citizenship and the Right to Leave. 9/11, the insecurity of the nation state towards the ‘silent takeover’ of immigration has resulted in the bombarding of anti-immigration discourses by the media and in the adoption of draconian and increasingly more technology-driven measures for securitising Size: KB.
Beck, Roy, and Steven Camarota“Elite vs. Public Opinion: An Examination of Divergent Views on Immigration,” CIS Backgrounder, Washington, DC: Center for Immigration Studies, December Bell, DanielThe End of Ideology: On the Exhaustion of Political Ideas in the Fifties, 2nd revised edn., New York: Collier Books, Free PressCited by: In this detailed Handbook, an interdisciplinary team of scholars explores the consequences of migration for the social policies of rich welfare states.
They test conflicting claims as to the positive and negative effects of different types of migration against the experience of countries in Europe, North America, Australasia, the Middle East. The book focuses on two interrelated questions; how securitization of immigration governance leads to paradoxical effects on the various forms of migrant mobilization in two continents and in what ways integration policies are subsequently.
This book shows the impact of twenty-first-century security concerns on the way Russia is ruled. It demonstrates how President Vladimir Putin has wrestled with terrorism, immigration, media freedom, religious pluralism, and economic globalism, and argues that fears of a return to old-style authoritarianism oversimplify the complex context of contemporary by: 9.
Book Description. Forced Migration: Current Issues and Debates provides a critical engagement with and analysis of contemporary issues in the field using inter-disciplinary perspectives, through different geographical case studies and by employing varying methodologies.
The combination of authors reviewing both the key research and scholarship and offering insights from their own research. Free Online Library: Social Consequences of Securitizing Citizenship: Two-Tiered Citizenry and Anti-Immigrant Attitudes.(Report) by "Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal"; History Literature, writing, book reviews Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Antiterrorism measures Laws, regulations and rules Analysis Safety and security measures Emigration and immigration Political aspects Immigrants.
The series is a venue for books on European immigration and asylum law and policies where academics, policy makers, law practitioners and others look to find detailed analysis of this dynamic field.
Works in the series will start from a European perspective. Securitising Asylum Flows. Deflection, Criminalisation and Challenges for Human Rights. Trading Places: Securitising Refugee and Asylum Policies in Germany and the United States.
German Politics: Vol. 27, A Fragile Friendship: German-American Relations in Cited by: 1. Today, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) published its World Migration Report, which brings together a range of data and analysis to provide a global view of current migration trends and part of that report, we have contributed a chapter on ‘Media Reporting of Migrants and Migration’.
By examining what researchers and practitioners know about media and. Migration and Mobility in the European Union - Ebook written by Christina Boswell, Andrew Geddes.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Migration and Mobility in the European Union.Irudyan RajanPART III TRADE OFFS BETWEEN IMMIGRATION AND SOCIAL POLICY9.
Control Signals and the Social Policy Dimensions of Immigration ReformChris F. Wright Ideas and Policy Changes in Israeli Ilana ShpaizmanPART IV OPPOSITION TO IMMIGRATION, SECURITY AND THE LIMITS TO FREE MOVEMENT IN THE EUROPEAN UNION