The Border Multiple: The Practicing of Borders between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling Europe

The Border Multiple: The Practicing of Borders between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling Europe

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ISBN-13: 9781409483359
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Publication date: 10/28/2012
Series: Border Regions Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 18 MB
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About the Author

Dorte Jagetic Andersen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, Martin Klatt, University of Southern Denmark and Marie Sandberg, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Dorte Jagetic Andersen, Marie Sandberg, Michael Keating, Martin Lemberg-Pedersen, Martin Klatt, Thomas M. Wilson, Marta Byrska-Szklarczyk, Jouni Häkli, Anna Gawlewicz, Carsten Yndigegn, Gergö Medve-Bálint , Sara Svensson, Olivier Thomas Kramsch.


Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction, Dorte Jagetic Andersen and Marie Sandberg; Part I Europe Re-scaling and its New Security Regimes: Re-scaling Europe, Michael Keating; Forcing flows of migrants: European externalization and border-induced displacement, Martin Lemberg-Pedersen; Mobile regions: competitive regional concepts (not only) in the Danish-German border region, Martin Klatt. Part II Researching Everyday Practices at Borders: Revisiting the anthropology of policy and borders in Europe, Thomas M. Wilson; Borders from the perspective of 'ants': petty smugglers from the Polish-Ukrainian border crossing in Medyka, Marta Byrska-Szklarczyk; Border orderings: the co-existence of border focusing and letting border issues take a back seat at the German-Polish border, Marie Sandberg; The multiple politics of borders: images of the Slovenian-Croatian border on Istria from the perspective of an ethnographer on the move, Dorte Jagetic Andersen. Part III Cross-Border Cooperation and Mobility: Boundary objects in border research: methodological reflections with examples from two European borderlands, Jouni Häkli; The (in)visible wall of Fortress Europe? Elite migrating youth perceiving the sensitive Polish-Ukrainian border, Anna Gawlewicz and Carsten Yndigegn; Living (beyond) the border: European integration processes and cross-border residential mobility in the Italian-Slovenian border area, Devan Jagodic; Explaining coverage: why local governments in Central Europe join (or not join) Euroregions?, Gergö Medve-Bálint and Sara Svensson; Afterword, Olivier Thomas Kramsch; Index.


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