Tag Archives: Immigration

On SAGE Insight; Can Narratives of White Identity Reduce Opposition to Immigration and Support for Hard Brexit?

Article title: Can Narratives of White Identity Reduce Opposition to Immigration and Support for Hard Brexit? A Survey Experiment From Political Studies Britain’s vote to leave the European Union highlights the importance of White majority opposition to immigration. This article … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Does multiculturalism matter?

Article title: Immigration and support for redistributive social policy: Does multiculturalism matter? From International Journal of Comparative Sociology Fears over immigration are starkly reflected in contemporary political discourse and stand center stage in the recent ‘Brexit’ vote and the US … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Marriage migration and integration

From Ethnicities In both policy and academic debates in Britain, as elsewhere in Europe, concern is increasingly expressed over the implications of spousal immigration for ‘integration’. Assertions that ethnic minority transnational marriages inhibit integration processes are common in both political … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Bordering practices in the UK welfare system

Themed Section: Welfare Chauvinism From Critical Social Policy   This article within the special section, considers how chauvinistic welfare policies operate as a bordering practice. Taking the UK as an example, it examines a process in which welfare provisions have … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: ‘Stuck in the middle’: Waiting and uncertainty in immigration detention

From Time & Society The lived experience of detention is one of waiting. In the UK there are no statutory constraints on the length of time an individual can be detained. The British government chose not to adopt the European … Continue reading

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Special issue: Real-world justice and international migration

Guest editors: Adrian Little and Terry Macdonald From European Journal of Political Theory The movement and displacement of people across state boundaries – in particular, of people seeking escape from severe forms of political, economic, or environmental threat or hardship … Continue reading

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European attitudes toward Immigrants

Special issue From International Journal of Comparative Sociology Immigration to wealthy nations is one of the defining flows of the contemporary global economy, intrinsic to many notions of what ‘globalization’ is all about. Some of these new arrivals come as … Continue reading

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Where have all the (White and Hispanic) inmates gone?

Where have all the (White and Hispanic) inmates gone? Comparing the racial composition of private and public adult correctional facilities From Race and Justice Reliance on imprisonment has grown tremendously since the 1980s in the USA.  A growing body of … Continue reading

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Neighborhoods-not immigrants-determining factor for homicides

Extending Immigration and Crime Studie National Implications and Local Settings From The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science  Public opinion and public policy often assume that immigration is directly related to higher rates of crime, but the … Continue reading

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In search of a better life: record highs of International migration

Special Issue: Immigration From International Journal of Comparative Sociology International migration has reached a record high with ever-growing numbers of immigrants, labor migrants and asylum seekers leaving their homelands in search of better employment opportunities, higher economic rewards, safer political … Continue reading

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