Identity, Belonging and Migration
Edited by Gerard Delanty, Ruth Wodak, and Paul Jones
Gerard Delanty is Professor of Sociology at the University of Sussex.
Paul R. Jones is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Liverpool.
Ruth Wodak is Professor of Discourse Studies at Lancaster University.
Acknowledgements List of Figures Notes on Contributors Introduction: Migration, Discrimination and Belonging in Europe Gerard Delanty, Paul Jones and Ruth Wodak I. Theoretical Perspectives on Belonging 1. Belonging and European Identity Bo Strath 2. Identity, Belonging and Migration: Beyond Constructing ‘Others’ Paul Jones and Michal Krzyzanowski 3. ‘Us’ and ‘Them’: Inclusion and Exclusion – Discrimination via Discourse Ruth Wodak 4. Dilemmas of Secularism: Europe, Religion and the Problem of Pluralism Gerard Delanty II. Institutional Forms of Discrimination 5. Racism, Anti-Racism and the Western State Alana Lentin 6. What Space for Migrant Voices in European Anti-Racism? Cagla E. Aykac 7. Multiculturalization of Societies: The State and Human Rights Issues Irene Bellier 8. Towards a Theory of Structural Discrimination: Cultural, Institutional and Interactional Mechanisms of the ‘European Dilemma’ Tom R. Burns 9. On Institutional and Agentic Discrimination: Migrants and National Labour Markets Helena Flam 10. Non-Place Identity: Britain’s Response to Migration in the Age of Supermodernity David Ian Hanauer III. Cases of Belonging and Exclusion 11. Symbolic Violence Helena Flam and Brigitte Beauzamy 12. Voices of Migrants: Solidarity and Resistance Lena Sawyer (with Paul Jones) 13. Transformations of ‘Dutchness’: From Happy Multiculturalism to the Crisis of Dutch Liberalism Marc de Leeuw and Sonja van Wichelen 14. Competent vs. Incompetent Students: Polarization and Social Closure in Madrid Schools Luisa Martin Rojo Conclusion: Discrimination as a Modern European Legacy Masoud Kamali Index
Copyright: © 2008
Publication: February 1, 2008
Series: Studies in Social and Political Thought 17