Politics of Identity: Migrants and Minorities in Multicultural States

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Through the analysis of examples taken from America, the Caribbean and Western and East-Central Europe, this book addresses one of the greatest challenges for the immediate future: the impact of migration, displacement and minority cultures and peoples within the space of larger multicultural states. The book focuses on the concepts of inclusion and exclusion and the processes of ethnic self-identification, cultural traditions in host ...
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Overview

Through the analysis of examples taken from America, the Caribbean and Western and East-Central Europe, this book addresses one of the greatest challenges for the immediate future: the impact of migration, displacement and minority cultures and peoples within the space of larger multicultural states. The book focuses on the concepts of inclusion and exclusion and the processes of ethnic self-identification, cultural traditions in host countries, ethnic stereotyping and inter-ethnic communications and tensions.
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Addresses the impact of migration, displacement, minority cultures, and peoples within the space of larger multicultural states. Focuses on the concepts of inclusion and exclusion and processes of ethnic self-identification, cultural traditions in host countries, ethnic stereotyping, and inter-ethnic communications and tensions. Provides perspective on social, economic, legal, and political implications of migration, drawing on case material on the Americas, the Caribbean, and West and East-Central Europe. Hudson teaches European studies at the University of Derby. R<'e>no teaches political science at the Universit<'e> des Antilles et de la Guyane. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312225476
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 1/28/2000
  • Pages: 344
  • Product dimensions: 5.74 (w) x 8.81 (h) x 1.13 (d)

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Robert Hudson is Senior Lecturer in European Studies at the University of Derby.

Fred Réno is Senior Lecturer in Political Science at the Université des Antilles at de la Guyane, France.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Politics of Identity--Robert Hudson & Fred Réno
Part I: Strategies of Identity: Minorities in the Americas, Migration, and the Caribbean in Europe
Migration and the Reconstruction of Identity--Justin Daniel
Caribbean Identities in Europe--Fred Réno
The French Overseas Departments and the European Union--Emmanuel Jos
Cultural Identity and Migrations--Michel Giraud
White Minority Culture in the Southern States of the USA--Mark Newman
Part II: Ethno-Regional Identity and National Space in Europe
Minority Rights at Home and Abroad--Karen Schönwälder
Corsica and European Integration--Claude Olivesi
The Basque Country and Europe--Alain Darré
Brittany in Europe--Michel Nicolas
Part III: Identity and Citizenship in Eastern and Central Europe
Minorities and Minority Protection in Eastern Europe--Martyn Rady
Citizenship and National Identity in "Former" Yugoslavia--Michel Drouet
Identity and Exclusion through Language Politics--Robert Hudson
Is there a Future for the European Union in Foreign Affairs after the Bosnian Débâcle?--Anthony Carty
Borderland--Francis Jones
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