This volume contributes to the study of migrants' mobilisation through theoretically informed original empirical papers focusing on current forms and aspects of migrants and minorities practices of citizenship in an engaged and people-centred manner. In particular, the book addresses issues of change both in the forms assumed by migrants' and minorities political engagements and in the transformations these engagements produce as well as exclusion-inclusion dynamics that migrants experience with regard to the political process and more generally.
This book was previously published as a special issue of Ethnic and Racial Studies.
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About the Author
John Solomos is Professor of Sociology at City University London. Before that he was Professor of Sociology at South Bank University, Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Southampton, and has worked at the ESRC Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations, University of Aston and Warwick and the Department of Politics and Sociology, Birkbeck College, University of London.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Migrant Politics and Mobilisation: Exclusion, Engagements, Incorporation Davide Però and John Solomos 2. Immigrant Political Incorporation: Comparing Success in the United States and Europe John Mollenkopf and Jennifer Hochschild 3. The ‘British jihad’ and the curves of religious violence Chetan Bhatt 4. Mobilizing Migrants, Making Citizens: Migrant Domestic Workers as Political Agents Bridget Anderson 5. Transnational Political Practices of Colombians in Spain and the United Kingdom: Politics ‘Here’ and ‘There’ Anastasia Bermudez 6. Mobilisation and Disengagement: Chinese Migrant Entrepreneurs in Urban France Winnie Lem 7. Temporary economic migration and rights activism – an organizational perspective Nicola Piper 8. Contemporary Grammars of Political Action among Ethnic Minority Young Activists Therese O’Toole and Richard Gale