By Agnieszka Weinar
By Agnieszka Weinar
By Bernadette Goldenberger
Bernadette Goldberger, geboren 1985, Studium der Politikwissenschaft und Geschichte in Wien und Paris. Längere Forschungsaufenthalte am Consejo stronger de Investigaciones Científicas in Madrid sowie am Instituto Gino Germani der Universität Buenos Aires. Forschungsschwerpunkte: Politische Soziologie, Diskursanalyse, Identität und Differenz. Promoviert derzeit an der Universität Wien zu Fußball und Populismus in Argentinien.
By Merle Hummrich,Gabriela Christmann,Karsten Balgar
By Marion Diamond
By Robert F. Barsky
This ebook describes the reviews of undocumented migrants, everywhere in the global, bringing to lifestyles the demanding situations they face from the instant they think about leaving their nation of beginning, until eventually the time they're deported again to it. Drawing on a extensive array of educational stories, together with legislations, interpretation and translation reports, border experiences, human rights, conversation, severe discourse research and sociology, Robert Barsky argues that the arrays of activities which are taken opposed to undocumented migrants are frequently arbitrary, and exercised by means of an array of officers who can and do workout significant discretion, either confident and destructive.
Employing insights from a decade-long learn venture, Barsky additionally reveals that each cease alongside the migrant’s pathway into, and within, the host nation is strewn with language matters, when it comes to intercultural conversation, interpretation, gossip, rumour, and the demanding situations of peddling of linguistic wares within the social discourse marketplace. those language concerns are ordinarily impediments to anodyne or effective interactions with host nation officers, quite at the "front-lines" the place migrants stumble upon border patrol and legislation enforcement officials with no enough technique of speaking their state of affairs or realizing their rights. when you consider that undocumented individuals are classified as ‘illegal’, they are often subjected to abuse and exploitation through host kingdom officers, who can decide to both tolerate or punish them at the foundation of unpredictable, changeable, or even illusory or "arbitrary" legislation and laws.
Citing specialists at each point of the undocumented immigrant apparatuses world wide, from public defenders to interpreters, Barsky concludes that the one possible coverage to deal with winning abuses and inequalities is to maneuver in the direction of open borders, an process that may handle winning matters and, unusually, supply protection and financial advantages to either host and residential nations.
By Kathleen Arnold
State and native immigration matters and guidelines for all 50 states are completely tested during this distinctive, updated, and accessibly written encyclopedia.
• bargains topical essays on all 50 U.S. states, overlaying the background of immigration, country and native guidelines, and the contributions of assorted ethnic groups
• offers readers with a big-picture knowing of immigration job for every country over the last 50 years
• contains chronologies, historic overviews, and topical essays that offer very important historical past and position significant occasions and laws in context
• bargains a "notable figures/groups" part with biographical and staff profiles highlighting the contributions made by means of specific participants and corporations relating to immigration
By Matteo Sanfilippo,Franco Salvatori,Marcello Saija,Lorenzo Prencipe,Maria Rosaria Ostuni,Alessandro Nicosia,Catia Monacelli,Alfredo Mantica,Franco Frattini,Fabio Capocaccia,Sandro Bondi,Maddalena Tirabassi
By Oester,Brunner,Bernadette Brunner
By Larissa Remennick