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  • ISBN 1859739652
  • ISBN13 978-1859739655
  • Language English
  • Author Gareth Dale,Mike Cole
  • Publisher Bloomsbury Academic (September 1, 1999)
  • Pages 256
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  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
  • Size ePub 1693 kb
  • Size Fb2 1984 kb
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The 'problem' of migration haunts Europe today. Spectres of floods of migrants are deployed in justification of the ever tougher walls of what some observers fear is becoming 'Fortress Europe'. In response, a growing critical literature on nationalism and racism in Europe has arisen. However, much of this discussion has remained eclectic and there is a lack of attention to the overall social processes within which migrations occur. This book fills a gap in the present literature on the European Union and gathers together some of the richest recent Marxist-inspired writing on migration. It suggests that immigration is not the problem it is frequently made out to be but rather it is immigration control and racism that require problematizing. Authors trace the contradictions between human rights and restrictions on movement, citizenship, work and social benefits to broader dynamics of capitalist development and argue that the politics of inclusion and exclusion are deeply rooted in the ideology and practices of captialism.Contributors take a critical look at the pressures guiding policy-making by combining acute analyses of the overall themes of racialization, nationalism, migration, and the development of EU migration policy, with in-depth studies of most of its member states. Specialists of each country address the importance of demands for labour and political pressures for restrictions on immigration in the face of entrenched racisms and/or nationalism and examine the fundamental sources of conflict over migration control, bringing together categories of analysis such as

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Mike Cole, Dr. Gareth Dale. The 'problem' of migration haunts Europe today. Spectres of floods of migrants are deployed in justification of the ever tougher walls of what some observers fear is becoming 'Fortress Europe'. In response, a growing critical literature on nationalism and racism in Europe has arisen. However, much of this discussion has remained eclectic and there is a lack of attention to the overall social processes within which migrations occur.

Gareth Dale and Mike Cole. Two European Union (EU) directives on labour migration were adopted in 2009 and 2011. In the last decade, the labour migrant population, especially from East European countries, has significantly increased in Scandinavia. eds. New York: NYU Press, 1999. The EU scheme to attract highly qualified migrants, the so-called ‘Blue Card’ directive of 2009, allows member states broad flexibility in implementation. Among the Scandinavian countries, Norway stands as the largest recipient of labour migrants from new European Union (EU) countries.

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The 'problem' of migration haunts Europe today This book fills a gap in the present literature on the European Union and gathers together some of the richest recent Marxist-inspired writing on migration.

The 'problem' of migration haunts Europe today. This book fills a gap in the present literature on the European Union and gathers together some of the richest recent Marxist-inspired writing on migration.

Cole, M. (2011) Racism and Education in the UK and the US: Towards a Socialist Alternative, New York and London: Palgrave . by Dr. Gareth Dale and Mike Cole. 4 (18 used & new offers). (2011) Racism and Education in the UK and the US: Towards a Socialist Alternative, New York and London: Palgrave Macmillan. Cole, M. (2012) Marxvaad aur Shaikshnik Sidhyant - Utpatti aur Mudde, Delhi: Granth Shilpi (translation of Cole, M. (2008) Marxism and Educational Theory: Origins and Issues, London: Routledge.

The European Union and Migrant Labour (Oxford: Berg): 17– 4. Pushed Back, Pushed Around: Italy’s Forced Return of Boat Migrants and Asylum Seekers, Libya’s Mistreatment of Migrants and Asylum Seekers.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) (2009, September 21).

Gareth Dale and Mike Cole also address the contentious nature of the politics of immigration throughout the European Union, in what Dale describes as the "paranoid discourse of immigration control": the risks of imprisonment, deportation and even the dangers of death e.

Gareth Dale and Mike Cole also address the contentious nature of the politics of immigration throughout the European Union, in what Dale describes as the "paranoid discourse of immigration control": the risks of imprisonment, deportation and even the dangers of death en route. He seeks to put the record straight, explaining that immigrants, far from "scrounging" from the state, actually contribute more to the Treasury than they receive in welfare.

The European Union and Migrant Labour (Oxford: Berg): 17-42

The European Union and Migrant Labour (Oxford: Berg): 17-42. In total, 9. percent of migrants leaving Libya made their way to neighbouring African countries, often countries of their birth. In contrast, only . percent of these migrants (20,659) have arrived in the southern European countries of Malta and Italy. Immigrants leaving Libya, 2011.

gareth dale, Brunel University, Politics and History Department, Faculty Member. G Dale: Books, online articles, etc more. Studies Social Movement, Climate Change, and Revolutions.

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