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Disciplining the Transnational Mobility of People

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'Disciplining the Transnational Mobility of People offers a very important opening onto the world of differentially managed mobilities, in contrast to the more conventional understanding of mobility governance as a strategy of enforced immobilization. This is a significant contribution to debates on states' attempts to govern mobility and immobility today.' - Mat Coleman, The Ohio State University, USA 'As the title suggests this book is not just another survey of migration control policies. The authors break new ground as they deconstruct policies designed to discipline the movement of individuals across borders. The book is an innovative and critical treatment of the politics of migration and I highly recommend it.' - James F. Hollifield, Southern Methodist University, USA 'This book offers an exciting and thought-provoking treatise on the disciplinary impulses informing contemporary migration enforcement. This is an innovative must-read for anyone seeking meaning in the chaotic yet ordered world of human mobility.' - Alison Mountz, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada 'One of the most comprehensive analysis of a world of migration and mobility, from different regions, angles and disciplines. This book investigates new migration trends and explores how policies aim at disciplining transnational mobility.' - Catherine de Wenden, Sciences-Po, France 'The volume counterbalances research into the politics of migration which takes policy categories for granted, and thereby broadens our understanding of the dynamic and power structure underlying contemporary migration governance.' - Journal of Refugee Studies "The editors have masterly assembled a remarkable list of contributions by scholars from a wide range of disciplines ... and covering a wide range of topics. The result is outstanding. Every reader will undoubtedly be challenged by the chapters in this new book, and benefit from the continuous fruitful, collaborative efforts of these two editors." - Migration Letters Informationen zum Autor Edited By Martin Geiger and Antoine Pécoud Klappentext This volume scrutinizes new developments in contemporary mobility and migration politics and shows that they are based on a mix of traditional coercive interventions and less repressive and indirect practices. 'Disciplining the Transnational Mobility of People offers a very important opening onto the world of differentially managed mobilities, in contrast to the more conventional understanding of mobility governance as a strategy of enforced immobilization. This is a significant contribution to debates on states' attempts to govern mobility and immobility today.' - Mat Coleman, The Ohio State University, USA 'As the title suggests this book is not just another survey of migration control policies. The authors break new ground as they deconstruct policies designed to discipline the movement of individuals across borders. The book is an innovative and critical treatment of the politics of migration and I highly recommend it.' - James F. Hollifield, Southern Methodist University, USA 'This book offers an exciting and thought-provoking treatise on the disciplinary impulses informing contemporary migration enforcement. This is an innovative must-read for anyone seeking meaning in the chaotic yet ordered world of human mobility.' - Alison Mountz, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada 'One of the most comprehensive analysis of a world of migration and mobility, from different regions, angles and disciplines. This book investigates new migration trends and explores how policies aim at disciplining transnational mobility.' - Catherine de Wenden, Sciences-Po, France This volume scrutinizes new developments in contemporary mobility and migration politics and shows that they are based on a mix of traditional coercive interventions and less repressive and indirect practices. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1. Introd...

Autorentext

Edited By Martin Geiger and Antoine Pécoud



Klappentext

This volume scrutinizes new developments in contemporary mobility and migration politics and shows that they are based on a mix of traditional coercive interventions and less repressive and indirect practices.



Inhalt

1. Introduction: Disciplining the Transnational Mobility of People; Antoine Pécoud 2. The Transformation of Migration Politics: From Migration Control to Disciplining Mobility; Martin Geiger 3. A Tale of Two Tactics: Civil Society and Competing Visions of Global Migration Governance from Below; Stefan Rother 4. From Individual to Migration Flow: The European Union's Management Approach and the Rule of Law; Bas Schotel 5. Overflowing Borders: Smart Surveillance and the Border as a Market Device; Harrison Smith 6. "Take a Chance on Me": Premediation, Technologies of Love, and Marriage Migration Management; Anne-Marie D'Aoust 7. To Protect and Control: Anti-Trafficking and the Duality of Disciplining Mobility; Bethany Hastie 8. "Why do they take the Money and not give Visas?" The Governmentality of Consulate Offices in Cameroon; Maybritt Jill Alpes 9. Shaping Female Migration in Argentina: Human Rights in the Time of Migration Management; Tanya Basok, Nicola Piper and Victoria Simmons 10. "Of Berries and Seasonal Work": The Swedish Berry Industry and the Disciplining of Labor Migration from Thailand; Madeleine Eriksson and Aina Tollefsen 11. "They don't Beat you; they Work on your Brain": "Regular Illegality" and the Disciplining of Rejected Asylum Seekers; Giada de Coulon 12. "Voluntary Return": The Practical Failure of a Benevolent Concept; Stephan Dünnwald

Produktinformationen

Titel: Disciplining the Transnational Mobility of People
Editor:
Andere:
EAN: 9781137263063
ISBN: 978-1-137-26306-3
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 259
Gewicht: 463g
Größe: H19mm x B218mm x T149mm
Jahr: 2013
Auflage: 2013

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