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Contested concepts in migration studies, edited by Ricard Zapata-Barrero, Dirk Jacobs, Riva Kastoryano

Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: conceptual thinking in migration studies -- 1 Border: meanings, practices and fields in academia, politics, and public domains -- 2 Citizenship: from liberal right to neoliberally earned -- 3 Cohesion: beyond the diversity threatening hypothesis -- 4 Cosmopolitanism: moral universalism and the politics of migration -- 5 Discrimination: studying the racialized structure of disadvantage -- 6 Diversity: polyphony of the concept -- 7 Identity and immigration: core concepts -- 8 Integration: a critical view -- 9 Interculturalism: reimagining dialogue and connectedness in super-diverse realities -- 10 Mobility and migration: physical, contextual, and perspectival interpretations -- 11 Multiculturalism: maximum misunderstanding -- 12 Nationalism: the concept and its varieties -- 13 Secularism: political secularism and post-immigration ethno-religious communities -- 14 Tolerance: recognition, reasonable accommodation, and minority rights -- 15 Transnationalism: theory and experience -- Index
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