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Immigration in Western Europe

Immigration in Western Europe

development, situation, outlook.

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Published by European Trade Union Institute in Brussels .
Written in English

    Places:
  • European Economic Community countries
    • Subjects:
    • European Economic Community countries -- Emigration and immigration.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsEuropean Trade Union Institute.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJV7590 .I484 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination209 p. :
      Number of Pages209
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1231592M
      LC Control Number94233595

      This book is devoted to an analysis of how immigration has emerged as a political issue, how the politics of immigration have been constructed, and what have been the consequences in western Europe. Specific coverage is given to France, the UK, Italy, Austria and Germany, along with the emerging EU policy process and some cross-national. This book analyzes the causes and long-term social and economic effects of overseas emigration from Southeastern Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The author argues that such emigration has repeatedly attracted the attention of policymakers who exploit it for.

      Murray – a British writer and journalist who has previously published books on Islam and neoconservatism – argues in The Strange Death of Europe that Europe, through mass immigration Author: Brad Davies. Get this from a library! The politics of immigration in Western Europe. [Martin Baldwin-Edwards; Martin Schain;] -- "This volume is devoted to an analysis of the emergence of immigration as a political issue. It focuses particularly on how the politics of immigration have been constructed and what have been the.

        Of the million people in Western Europe, 40 million are living outside their countries of birth. In almost all Western European countries, the population of immigrants and their children. Migration flows: Immigration to the EU from non-member countries was million in A total of million people immigrated to one of the EU Member States during , while million emigrants were reported to have left an EU Member State. However, these total figures do not represent the migration flows to/from the EU as a whole, since they also include flows between.


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In the twenty-first century, several Western European states have attached obligatory civic integration requirements as conditions for citizenship and residence, which include language proficiency, country knowledge and value commitments for immigrants.

This book examines this membership policy adoption and adaptation through both medium-N analysis and three paired comparisons to argue that Cited by: This volume collects recent research by some of the world's leading figures in the fast-growing area of immigration studies.

Relating the study of immigration to other, wider processes of social change, the book focuses on two key areas in which nation-states are being challenged by this phenomenon: sovereignty and : Hardcover. "This book is an important addition to the literature on integration in Western Europe, and draws on a balanced selection of key works that have contributed to an understanding of the impact migration processes have on both the host society and on the migrants themselvesCited by: An up-to-date and comparative look at immigration in Europe, the United States, and Canada.

Strangers No More is the first book to compare immigrant integration across key Western countries. Focusing on low-status newcomers and their children, it examines how they are making their way in four critical European countries―France, Germany, Great Britain, and the Netherlands―and, across the Cited by: Immigration has become one of the central issues dominating the agenda of political parties, and has also played a crucial role in the rise of right-wing populism in Western Europe.

This book explores the role of conservative parties in immigration policy change. The following questions are Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. The Politics of Immigration in Western Europe (Journal of West European Politics) [Baldwin-Edwards, Martin, Schain, Martin A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Politics of Immigration in Western Europe (Journal of West European Politics)Price: $   This book is devoted to an analysis of how immigration has emerged as a political issue, how the politics of immigration have been constructed, and what have been the consequences in western Europe.

Specific coverage is given to France, the UK, Italy, Austria and Germany, along with the emerging EU policy process and some cross-national by: Relating the study of immigration to wider processes of social change, the book focuses on two key areas in which nation-states are being challenged by thisphenomenon: sovereignty and ng together the separate clusters of scholarship which have evolved around both of these areas, Challenge to the Nation-State disentangles the many contrasting views on the impact of immigration 5/5(1).

Moving Europeans tells the story of the vast movements of people throughout Europe and examines the links between human mobility and the fundamental changes that transformed European life. This update of a classic text describes the Western European migration from the pre-industrial era to the year With almost a quarter of the world's migrants, Europe has been attempting to regulate migration and harmonize immigration policy at the European level.

The central dilemma exposed is how liberal democracies can reconcile the need to control the movement of people with the desire to promote open borders, free markets and liberal by: The restrictions on the entrance of foreigners into North-Western Europe also had another effect.

From the mids onwards, migration flows increasingly diverted towards Southern Europe, especially gaining momentum in the s.

Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain had long been emigration by:   In contemporary European societies the question of racism, linked to the politicisation of migration, is a major issue in social and political debate. Developments in a number of European societies have highlighted the volatility of this phenomenon and the ease with which racist and extreme-right political movements can mobilise around the question of immigration and opposition to cultural.

Perception and representation of newcomers and immigrants The topic of migration has become particularly contentious in national and international debates. Media have a discernable impact on overall societal attitudes towards this phenomenon. Polls show time and again that immigration is one of the most important issue.

Geddes, A & Scholten, PThe politics of migration and immigration in europe, Second Edition edn, SAGE Publications Ltd, 55 City Road, London, viewed 13 Maydoi: / Geddes, Andrew and Peter Scholten.

The Politics of Migration and Immigration in Europe. But while anxieties have decreased dramatically across the EU as immigration flows have slowed, immigration still remains a top concern for many Western Europeans.

For example, in both Denmark and Germany, more people name the issue as a problem facing their country than any other (34% and 38%, respectively). State: Immigration in Western Europe and the United States Christian Joppke, Editor New York: Oxford University Press, pp.

Reviewed by: Eric Jones Department of Anthropology University. Strangers No More is the first book to compare immigrant integration across key Western countries. Focusing on low-status newcomers and their children, it examines how they are making their way in four critical European countries—France, Germany, Great Britain, and the Netherlands—and, across the Atlantic, in the United States and Canada.

'In this book, David Art takes on the challenge of explaining the development of radical right parties in eleven countries in Western Europe this is a well-written book that goes far in examining an important aspect of political party development through a set of parties that once were thought to be only a 'flash in the pan' but have Cited by: Print book: English: Rights and Racism in a New Country of Immigration: The Italian Case A.

Alund and C. Schierup, The Thorny Road to Europe: Swedish Immigrant Policy in Transition T. Hammar, Political Participation and Civil Rights in Scandinavia H.

Lutz, Migrant Women, Racism and the Dutch Labour Market P. Essed, The Politics of Marginal. Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses the historical perspective of migration.

The migration of people to Western Europe and to the United States in the past 20 years or so is the most recent of the migrations that have been taking place since before the beginning of the recorded history. This book features a compilation of macro-oriented immigration studies by leading scholars.

The authors focus on the two aspects of the nation-state challenged by migration: the sovereignty over entry and expulsion, and unitary membership as citizenship. It presents opposing views on sovereignty, the impact of globalisation on immigration control, and the constraints faced by states in this.Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe: Media Representations, Public Opinion and Refugees’ Experiences.

This book examines the dynamic interplay between media representations of migrants and refugees on the one hand and the governmental and societal (re)actions to Cited by: 2.This book is devoted to an analysis of how immigration has emerged as a political issue, how the politics of immigration have been constructed, and what have been the consequences in western Europe.