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Handbook on the Governance and Politics of Migration

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Gebonden, 448 blz. | Engels
Edward Elgar Publishing | 1e druk, 2021
ISBN13: 9781788117227
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Hoofdrubriek : Juridisch
Juridisch : Vreemdelingenrecht
Edward Elgar Publishing 1e druk, 2021 9781788117227
Onderdeel van serie Elgar Handbooks in Migration
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This innovative Handbook sets out a conceptual and analytical framework for the critical appraisal of migration governance. Global and interdisciplinary in scope, the chapters are organised across six key themes: conceptual debates; categorisations of migration; governance regimes; processes; spaces of migration governance; and mobilisations around it.

Leading international contributors critically assess categorisations and conceptualisations of migration to address theoretical concerns including transnationalism and de-colonisation, climate change, development, humanitarianism, bordering, technologies and the role of time. They closely examine practices of migration governance and politics, and their effects, across diverse spaces, processes and forms of mobilisation. They draw on up-to-date examples from across the globe in order to examine how migrants, whether forced or voluntary, are governed. Reviewing the latest developments in migration governance research through empirically rich and conceptually concise appraisals, the Handbook problematises orthodox perspectives and discusses how a critical reading can add to our understanding of the governance and politics of migration.

This Handbook is an invaluable resource for scholars and students of migration, human rights and public policy. Its interdisciplinary approach and wide range of empirical examples will also be useful for policy makers in these fields.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9781788117227
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:448
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:27-4-2021
Hoofdrubriek:Vreemdelingenrecht

Inhoudsopgave

1 The governance and politics of migration: a conceptual-analytical map 1
Emma Carmel, Katharina Lenner and Regine Paul

PART I CONCEPTUALISING THE POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE
OF MIGRATION
2 Postcolonial perspectives on migration governance 25
Lucy Mayblin
3 Nationhood and citizenship: from producing states to enacting rights 36
Flávia Rodrigues de Castro and Carolina Moulin
4 Transnationalism and diaspora as epistemology and practice 47
Carolin Fischer
5 The politics of conceptualizing border/security 60
Karolina Follis
6 Rethinking migration and development as a hegemonic project 73
Lama Kabbanji
7 Climate migration between conflictive discourses and empirical realities 86
Ingrid Boas and Hanne Wiegel
8 Humanitarianism in principle and practice 98
Jason Hart
9 Beyond the dichotomy of liberal and illiberal migration governance 110
Katharina Natter

PART II THE POLITICS OF CATEGORISING MIGRATION
10 Unsettling the boundaries between forced and voluntary migration 124
Oliver Bakewell
11 The construction and contestation of illegality 137
Vicki Squire
12 Trafficking as the moral filter of migration control 148
Cameron Thibos and Neil Howard
13 Co-constructions of family and belonging in the politics of family migration 161
Saskia Bonjour and Laura Cleton
14 Deconstructing skills in the stratification of migration governance 173
Huw Vasey

PART III INSTITUTIONS AND REGIMES OF MIGRATION GOVERNANCE
15 Towards a relational perspective on border regimes 185
Prem Kumar Rajaram
16 The limits of the ‘global refugee regime’ 195
Heaven Crawley and Mary Setrana
17 Pitfalls, ambivalences and contestations of ‘migration management’ 206
Antoine Pécoud
18 Global value chains, production regimes and the governance of migrant
workers 218
Shamel Azmeh
19 National states in the governance of mobilities 229
Nora El Qadim

PART IV SPACES OF MIGRATION GOVERNANCE
20 The migration route as governance 242
William Walters
21 Migration, governance, and the co-production of urban spaces 254
An Van Raemdonck and Fran Meissner
22 Reconsidering migration dynamics within diverse rural spaces 267
Lydia Medland
23 Governing, experiencing and contesting camps and encampment 279
Lewis Turner
24 Political economy, law and the regulation of migrantsʼ workplaces 291
Tesseltje de Lange, Lisa Berntsen and Pedro de Sena
25 Homes as workplaces at the intersection of migration, care and gender regimes 304
Sabrina Marchetti and Anna di Bartolomeo

PART V PROCESSES AND PRACTICES OF MIGRATION GOVERNANCE
26 Interrogating time and temporality in migration governance 316
Melanie Griffiths
27 Technology, knowledge and the governing of migration 329
Julien Jeandesboz
28 Governing migration by other means: criminalization, crimmigration, or
legal pluralism? 341
David Moffette
29 Situating deportation and expulsion in migration governance 354
Annika Lindberg and Shahram Khosravi

PART VI CONTESTING MIGRATION GOVERNANCE
30 Reconceptualizing and de-nationalizing repertoires of migrant political
activism 367
Ilker Ataç and Helen Schwenken
31 Contesting migration governance through legal mobilization 380
Leila Kawar
32 Solidarities and disjunctures in the (global) mobilization of migrant workers 391
Nicola Piper
33 Nativist politics and the mobilization of anti-immigrant discourses 404
Aitana Guia

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