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eBook Citizenship and Immigrant Incorporation: Comparative Perspectives on North America and Western Europe epub
  • ISBN: 0230600131
  • Author: G. Yurdakul
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1st edition (November 7, 2007)
  • Pages: 254 pages
  • ePUB size: 1228 kb
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The Economic Adaptation of Past and Present Immigrants: Lessons from a al Approach.

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Comparative Perspectives on North America and Western Europe

Citizenship and Immigrant Incorporation: Comparative Perspectives on North America and Western Europe. GÖKÇE YURDAKUL is Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Brock University, Canada. She received her P. from the University of Toronto.

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Y. MICHAL BODEMANN is Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto, Canada. He has published numerous articles and books on Jews in Germany, notably his book, Gedachnistheater.

Bibliographic Details. He has published numerous articles and books on Jews in Germany, notably his book, Gedächnistheater

Bibliographic Details. Title: Citizenship and Immigrant Incorporation:. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan. Publication Date: 2007. He has published numerous articles and books on Jews in Germany, notably his book, Gedächnistheater. Die jüdische Gemeinschaft und ihre deutsche Erfindung, (Theatre of Memory. The Jewish Community and its German Invention, 1996).

2 Identity Discourse in Western Europe and the United States in the Aftermath of 9/11. The perception of immigrants as a threat is therefore unoriginal

2 Identity Discourse in Western Europe and the United States in the Aftermath of 9/11. The attacks of September 11, 2001, ended the post–World War II understanding of both international and domestic politics in the United States and Europe as well as in the Muslim world. The perception of immigrants as a threat is therefore unoriginal.

The literature on citizenship and immigration focuses almost exclusively on Western Europe and the Anglo-Saxon .

The literature on citizenship and immigration focuses almost exclusively on Western Europe and the Anglo-Saxon immigration countries. However, immigration has never been, and perhaps increasingly is a phenomenon that extends beyond the West. In this presentation I will compare immigrant citizenship rights in Western Europe and North America to several non-Western immigration countries, including Japan, Israel, Turkey, Kuwait, Argentina, Ghana, and South Africa. Discussants: Adrian Favell, Sciences Po, Paris and Gökce Yurdakul, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Moderator: Marc Helbling, WZB.

Citizenship and Immigrant Incorporation: Comparative Perspectives on North America and Western Europe. The contributions in this volume consider the question of migrant agency, how Western societies are both transforming migrants, and being transformed by them. It is informed by debates on the new 'transnational mobility', the immigration of Muslims, the increasing importance of human rights law, and the critical attention paid to women migrants. Migration, Citizenship, Ethnos.

Islamic adaptations to western Europe and North America: The importance o. Immigrant religion in the .

Islamic adaptations to western Europe and North America: The importance of. contrastive analyses. American Behavioral Scientist, 55(12), 1601–1615. Nevertheless, these unique formats advance scholarship, help faculty and graduate students achieve their goals, and enhance teaching and learning.

At a time when both North America and Western Europe's diversity is too often portrayed as an insurmountable .

At a time when both North America and Western Europe's diversity is too often portrayed as an insurmountable challenge, this book gives us hope. -Sarah Hackett, Patterns of Prejudice. This brilliant book, by two of the most eminent scholars of immigration, compares the integration of immigrants on both sides of the Atlantic.

The contributions in this volume consider the question of migrant agency, how Western societies are both transforming migrants, and being transformed by them. It is informed by debates on the new 'transnational mobility', the immigration of Muslims, the increasing importance of human rights law, and the critical attention paid to women migrants.
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