By Felipe Amin Filomeno
This e-book bargains a serious account of experiences of neighborhood immigration coverage and a relational method of clarify its emergence, edition, and results in a context of interdependence and globalization. The writer emphasizes the horizontal interactions among neighborhood governments, and vertical interactions among neighborhood and nationwide degrees of presidency, in addition to foreign interactions. Everywhere on the earth, increasingly more towns are confronted with demanding situations and possibilities introduced via immigration. whereas a few neighborhood governments have welcomed immigrants and promoted their social inclusion, others have actively avoided their arrival and cost. so much experiences emphasize the position of neighborhood stipulations within the making and implementation of neighborhood immigration coverage, yet this ebook argues that broader processes– such as inter-governmental family members, financial globalization, and foreign institutions– are crucial.
By Armin Nassehi (Hg.),Peter Felixberger (Hg.),Armin Nassehi,Peter Felixberger
uns so, weil die Katastrophen an der Südflanke Europas mit ihren schrecklichen Bildern sich kaum aus dem Sinn vertreiben lassen. Doch Flucht, Vertreibung und Wanderung gehören immer schon zum Grundarsenal gesellschaftlicher Entwicklungen–Anlass genug, grundsätzlich darüber nachzudenken, woher guy flieht, vor allem aber, wohin und warum – und ob es hilft.
Mit Beiträgen von Jochen Oltmer, Roger Zetter, Albert Scherr, Miltiadis Oulios, Jürgen Ebach, Armin Nassehi, Carlo Kroiß, Friedrich Kiesinger, Wolfgang Bauer, Philipp Ruch, Ferdinand Haenel, Wilhelm Bartsch und Alfred Hackensberger.
By Danny Quintana
All american citizens - apart from the local american citizens - are decendants of immigrants, insists Quintana. except the enslaved blacks, all of us got here right here trying to find larger possibilities. And modern-day new wave of immigrants from Mexico is pushed by way of a similar forces. they need employment, schooling, and wealthy tradition that the USA offers.
Since we do not comprehend this huge, assorted, dark-skinned crew, how do we in all likelihood understand the present immigration squabbles desirable our public?
To counter these misconceptions, Quintana provides us the voices of America's Hispanics stuck in the course of a debate that they didn't start.
Quintana presents via interviews and sober mirrored image, worthwhile information in this very important debate. in any case, he tells us, "they are American."
By Craig Robertson
In the 1st historical past of the passport within the usa, Craig Robertson bargains an illuminating account of ways this record, specially others, got here to be thought of a competent solution to the query: who're you? traditionally, the passport originated as an legit letter of creation addressed to international governments on behalf of yankee tourists, yet as Robertson exhibits, it turned entangled in modern negotiations over citizenship and other kinds of identification documentation. sooner than international struggle I, passports weren't required to move American borders, and whereas a few humans struggled to appreciate how a passport might adequately determine someone, others took benefit of this new record to enhance claims for citizenship. From the strategic use of passport purposes through freed slaves and a crusade to permit married girls to get passports of their maiden names, to the "passport nuisance" of the Nineteen Twenties and the contested addition of photos and different identity applied sciences at the passport, Robertson sheds new mild on problems with person and nationwide identification in smooth U.S. history.
In this age of heightened protection, specially at foreign borders, Robertson's The Passport in America offers an individual drawn to questions of identity and surveillance with a richly unique, and sometimes striking, background of this uniquely vital document.
By A. Innes
By Donna R. Gabaccia
This bold and theoretically leading edge evaluation examines the social, cultural and monetary integration of Italian migrants. It explores their advanced but specific identification and their dating with their place of origin taking a entire approach.
By David Carment,David Bercuson
By Ella Schmidt
By Natascha Zaun
By Claire L. Adida