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On SAGE Insight: Special Issue on Crimmigration in Europe

Guest Editor: Maartjevan der Woude , Vanessa Barker , and Joannevan der Leun From European Journal of Criminology The current wave of mass migration – the largest and most visible since the Second World War – has thrown the international … 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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Caring for nanotechnology? Being an integrated social scientist

From Social Studies of Science As policymakers in the Western world increasingly embrace concepts of ‘responsible research and innovation’, integration goes mainstream. Science policy and funding guidelines have come to include calls for integration of the social sciences and humanities … Continue reading

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