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Title Migration, regionalization, citizenship : comparing Canada and Europe / Katja Sarkowsky, Rainer-Olaf Schultze, Sabine Schwarze (editors)
Published Wiesbaden : Springer VS, [2014]
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Contents List of editors; Migration, Citizenship, Regionalization: An Introduction; References; Part I; Migration, Transnationalism, and Labour; Migrating In, Migrating Out, Migrating Within Canada: Une approche micro-historique; References; Provisional Status and Precarious Work. Customizing Immigrants, Commodifying Migrant Labour; 1 Introduction: Framing the Immigration Issue; 2 Canada's Immigration Program: The Conventional Settlement Paradigm; 3 Canada's Immigration Program: Who Gets In?; 4 Customizing Immigration: Designer, Designated, Demand-Driven
2.2 Drei Typen liberaler Multikulturalismuspolitik nach Will Kymlicka3 Aktuelle Integrationsprobleme und Gefahren; 3.1 Ghettobildung und Vertikales Mosaik; 3.2 Individuelle versus kollektive Grundrechte; 3.3 Widersprüche zwischen den Multikulturalismuspolitiken; 4 Was hält die kanadische Gesellschaft zusammen? -- Ein Antwortversuch; 4.1 Wertedimension; 4.2 Institutionelle und prozedurale Dimension; 4.3 Soziale Dimension; 4.4 Zwei Grundbedingungen multikulturellen Zusammenlebens; Literatur; The Look of Like: Shooting Asian/Indigenous Relation; 1 Channels of Light: Who Sees Whom
3 Lavoie v. Canada4 Nguyen v. Quebec; 5 Sauvé v. Canada; 6 Chaoulli v. Quebec; 7 Conclusion; References; Der kanadische Multikulturalismus. Ein Erfolgsmodell sozio-politischer Integration?; 1 Daten zur multikulturellen Bevölkerungsstruktur und Einwanderungspolitik; 1.1 Das ethnische Bevölkerungsmosaik; 1.2 Zur kanadischen Einwanderungspolitik: europäische Minderheiten; 1.3 Zur kanadischen Einwanderungspolitik: Visible Minorities; 2 Sozio-kulturelle Integrationsmodelle in Geschichte und Gegenwart; 2.1 Die drei Säulen kanadischer Multikulturalismuspolitik
5 Precarious Admissions: Demand-Driven 'Guest Worker' Program6 Assessing Canada's TFWP: Responsive or Regressive?; 7 Reinforcing Migrant Stratification in Canada: "Needed, Not Wanted"; 8 Conclusion: Paradigm Shift or Market Correction?; References; Gendered Transnational Labour Migration: Solution or Dilemma for Nation-States?; 1 Introduction; 2 New Migrations in Europe; 3 Globalization and Labour Markets; 4 Globalized Labour Markets and Feminized Migrations; 5 Responses of Nation-States to Transnational Labour Migration
6 The Question of Labour Surplus and Labour Shortage in the Labour Market-Care7 Conclusion; References; Constructing Ideal and Expendable Citizens. Reflections on the Regulation of Immigration and Emigration in the 19th Century and Beyond; 1 Nineteenth-Century Migration Flows: Push Factors, Pull Factors and Puzzles; 2 Potential Answers; References; Part II ; Citizenship, Multiculturalism, and Representation; The Concept of Citizenship Between Membership and Belonging; References; Citizenship and the Canadian Charter; 1 Theories of Citizenship; 2 Citizenship and the Supreme Court of Canada
Summary From the perspectives of the political sciences as well as literature and language studies, this volume looks comparatively at Canadian and European constellations of cultural and linguistic diversity. By so doing, it takes Canada as exemplary for the effects of transnationalization, regionalization, and cultural and linguistic diversification on notions of citizenship and processes of identity formation
Subject Emigration and immigration.
Canada -- Emigration and immigration.
Europe -- Emigration and immigration.
Form Electronic book
Author Sarkowsky, Katja, editor
Schultze, Rainer-Olaf, editor
Schwarze, Sabine, editor
ISBN 3658065826
3658065834 (electronic bk.)
9783658065829
9783658065836 (electronic bk.)