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The Resource Mainstreaming versus alienation : a complexity approach to the governance of migration and diversity, Peter Scholten, (electronic book)

Mainstreaming versus alienation : a complexity approach to the governance of migration and diversity, Peter Scholten, (electronic book)

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Mainstreaming versus alienation : a complexity approach to the governance of migration and diversity
Title
Mainstreaming versus alienation
Title remainder
a complexity approach to the governance of migration and diversity
Statement of responsibility
Peter Scholten
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
YDX
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1977-
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Scholten, Peter
Dewey number
325
Index
index present
LC call number
JV6271
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Global diversities
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Emigration and immigration
Label
Mainstreaming versus alienation : a complexity approach to the governance of migration and diversity, Peter Scholten, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Boxes -- 1: Introduction -- 1.1 Migration, Diversity and Social Complexity -- 1.2 Between Mainstreaming and Alienation in Migration and Diversity Governance -- 1.3 A Multidimensional Governance Perspective -- 1.4 Towards Reflexive Research-Policy Dialogues -- 1.5 Outline of the Book -- References -- 2: A Governance Perspective on the Complexification of Migration and Diversity -- 2.1 Conceptualizing Migration and Migration-Related Diversity -- 2.2 The Complexification of Migration and Diversity
  • 2.3 The Value of a Governance Perspective -- 2.4 Complexity Governance -- Complex Issues Require Complex Approaches -- 2.5 A Multidimensional Approach to Governance -- 2.6 Conclusion -- References -- 3: Between Governance Mainstreaming and Alienation -- 3.1 Mainstreaming -- 3.2 Alienation -- Problem Alienation -- Institutional Alienation -- Political Alienation -- Social Alienation -- 3.3 Conclusions: Between Mainstreaming and Alienation -- References -- 4: Knowledge -- 4.1 The Positivist Approach -- 4.2 Rational Belief in 'Integrationism' and Migration Control
  • State-Led Integrationism -- The Focus on Migration Control -- Boundaries of Positivism: Problem Uncertainty -- 4.3 Measuring Migration and Integration -- 4.4 Research-Policy Relations -- 4.5 Utilization and Coproduction of Migration Knowledge -- 4.6 Conclusions: Between Mainstreaming and Problem Alienation -- References -- 5: Institutions -- 5.1 The Institutionalist Approach -- 5.2 Institutions and Migration -- Welfare States -- Citizenship -- 5.3 Institutional Dynamics in Migration and Diversity Governance -- Multi-Level Governance
  • Institutional Feedback in Migration and Diversity Governance -- 5.4 Conclusions: Between Mainstreaming and Institutional Alienation -- References -- 6: Power -- 6.1 The Critical Approach -- 6.2 The Selective Mobilization of Bias in Migration and Diversity Governance -- Mobilization of Migrants -- Client Politics, Constitutional Politics and the Liberal Paradox -- The Politics of Gendered Migration -- 6.3 The Politicization of Migration and Diversity -- The Politics of Depoliticization -- Politicization and the Rise of Populism
  • 6.4 Conclusions: Between Mainstreaming and Political Alienation -- References -- 7: Discourses -- 7.1 The Social Constructionist Approach -- 7.2 Discourses in Migration and Diversity Governance -- Migration and Diversity As Essentially Contested Concepts -- Discourses in Migration and Diversity Governance -- 7.3 The Discursive Construction of Social Groups -- Social Construction of Migrant Groups -- Identification and 'Othering' -- 7.4 Conclusions -- Between Mainstreaming and Social Alienation -- References -- 8: Research, Reflexivity and the Practice of Migration and Diversity Governance
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030422387
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1155163338
  • (OCoLC)1155163338
Label
Mainstreaming versus alienation : a complexity approach to the governance of migration and diversity, Peter Scholten, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Boxes -- 1: Introduction -- 1.1 Migration, Diversity and Social Complexity -- 1.2 Between Mainstreaming and Alienation in Migration and Diversity Governance -- 1.3 A Multidimensional Governance Perspective -- 1.4 Towards Reflexive Research-Policy Dialogues -- 1.5 Outline of the Book -- References -- 2: A Governance Perspective on the Complexification of Migration and Diversity -- 2.1 Conceptualizing Migration and Migration-Related Diversity -- 2.2 The Complexification of Migration and Diversity
  • 2.3 The Value of a Governance Perspective -- 2.4 Complexity Governance -- Complex Issues Require Complex Approaches -- 2.5 A Multidimensional Approach to Governance -- 2.6 Conclusion -- References -- 3: Between Governance Mainstreaming and Alienation -- 3.1 Mainstreaming -- 3.2 Alienation -- Problem Alienation -- Institutional Alienation -- Political Alienation -- Social Alienation -- 3.3 Conclusions: Between Mainstreaming and Alienation -- References -- 4: Knowledge -- 4.1 The Positivist Approach -- 4.2 Rational Belief in 'Integrationism' and Migration Control
  • State-Led Integrationism -- The Focus on Migration Control -- Boundaries of Positivism: Problem Uncertainty -- 4.3 Measuring Migration and Integration -- 4.4 Research-Policy Relations -- 4.5 Utilization and Coproduction of Migration Knowledge -- 4.6 Conclusions: Between Mainstreaming and Problem Alienation -- References -- 5: Institutions -- 5.1 The Institutionalist Approach -- 5.2 Institutions and Migration -- Welfare States -- Citizenship -- 5.3 Institutional Dynamics in Migration and Diversity Governance -- Multi-Level Governance
  • Institutional Feedback in Migration and Diversity Governance -- 5.4 Conclusions: Between Mainstreaming and Institutional Alienation -- References -- 6: Power -- 6.1 The Critical Approach -- 6.2 The Selective Mobilization of Bias in Migration and Diversity Governance -- Mobilization of Migrants -- Client Politics, Constitutional Politics and the Liberal Paradox -- The Politics of Gendered Migration -- 6.3 The Politicization of Migration and Diversity -- The Politics of Depoliticization -- Politicization and the Rise of Populism
  • 6.4 Conclusions: Between Mainstreaming and Political Alienation -- References -- 7: Discourses -- 7.1 The Social Constructionist Approach -- 7.2 Discourses in Migration and Diversity Governance -- Migration and Diversity As Essentially Contested Concepts -- Discourses in Migration and Diversity Governance -- 7.3 The Discursive Construction of Social Groups -- Social Construction of Migrant Groups -- Identification and 'Othering' -- 7.4 Conclusions -- Between Mainstreaming and Social Alienation -- References -- 8: Research, Reflexivity and the Practice of Migration and Diversity Governance
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030422387
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1155163338
  • (OCoLC)1155163338

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