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Migration and Integration - New Models for Mobility and Coexistence
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Migration and Integration - New Models for Mobility and Coexistence
von: Roland Hsu, Christoph Reinprecht
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2016
ISBN: 9783847004745
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  Title Page 4  
  Copyright 5  
  Table of Contents 6  
  Body 8  
  Acknowledgements 8  
  Roland Hsu (Stanford University): Settling Peoples: Lessons from Diasporas and Difference 10  
     Resettling: Looking behind the Experience of Integration 12  
     Essays in this Volume 18  
     References 20  
  Part One – Migration: Experiencing New Mobility 28  
  Zhongshan Yue / Shuzhuo Li (Xi'an Jiaotung University) / Marcus W. Feldman (Stanford University): Social Integration of Rural-Urban Migrants: Policy Challenges for China 30  
     Introduction 30  
     Background 31  
     Social Integration of Rural-Urban Migrants 33  
     Data and Methods 34  
        Measures 35  
        Analytical Strategy 39  
     Determinants of Social Integration 39  
        Institutional Determinants 40  
        Non-Institutional Determinants: A Social Network Perspective 42  
     Policy Challenges Facing China 45  
     References 47  
  Raimund Haindorfer / Roland Verwiebe / Christoph Reinprecht / Laura Wiesböck (University of Vienna): Economic Outcomes and Life Satisfaction of East-West Commuters in the Central European Region 50  
     Introduction 50  
     New Facets of Cross-Border Commuting in the Central European Region 51  
     Cross-Border Commuting: Economic Outcomes and Life Satisfaction 53  
     Data and Methods 54  
        Dependent Variables 55  
        Independent Variables 55  
     Wages and Life Satisfaction of Cross-Border Commuters in Austria – Descriptive Analysis 56  
     Labor Market Outcomes – Determinants of Cross-Border Commuters' Wages 58  
     Determinants of Cross-Border Commuters' Life Satisfaction 61  
     Conclusions 63  
     References 65  
  Part Two – Integration: Models for Trust 70  
  Nils Holtug (University of Copenhagen): Multiculturalism and Social Cohesion 72  
     Introduction 72  
     Multicultural Community Conceptions 73  
     Causal Explanations 75  
     Individual Community Conceptions and Social Cohesion 78  
     Effects of Multicultural Policies on Social Cohesion 80  
     Reasons for Caution 82  
     References 83  
  David D. Laitin (Stanford University): Exodus: Reflections on European Migration Policy 86  
     References 94  
  Rennie J. Moon (Yonsei University) / Gi-Wook Shin (Stanford University): Embracing Diversity in Higher Education: Comparing Discourses in the US, Europe, and Asia 96  
     Introduction 96  
     Discourses of Inclusion in American Higher Education 96  
     Discourses of Inclusion in European Higher Education 99  
     Inclusive Frameworks for Asian Higher Education? 102  
     Concluding Remarks 105  
     References 105  
  Part Three – Resettlement: Responding Effectively 110  
  Alexander Betts (University of Oxford) / Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar (Stanford University) / Aparna Surendra (Stanford University): Humanitarian Innovation, Integration, and the Architecture of Refugee Protection 112  
     Introduction 112  
     Context: Forced Migration, Humanitarian Action, and the Architecture of Refugee Protection 115  
     The Challenge of Innovation, with Applications to UNHCR 119  
        UNHCR and Innovation 119  
        Understanding Innovation in Theory and Practice 120  
        The Importance of Integration as a Goal for Humanitarian Innovation 122  
     Case Studies and Implications 124  
        Case Study 1: Architecture, Collaboration and Settlement Redesign 125  
        Case Study 2: Rethinking Refugee Livelihoods and Self-Reliance 129  
        Implications: Reflecting on Innovation, Integration, and the Architecture of Refugee Protection 132  
     Conclusion 134  
     References 134  
  Sieglinde Rosenberger / Carla Küffner (University of Vienna): After the Deportation Gap: Non-Removed Persons and their Pathways to Social Rights 138  
     Introduction 138  
     The Deportation Gap 140  
     The Category “Non-Removed Persons” 143  
     The Rights of Non-Removed Persons 144  
     Pathways to Social Rights: The Case of Austria 145  
     Discretion for the Sake of Non-Politicization 147  
     Conclusions 148  
     References 149  
     List of Interviews 151  
  Part Four – Land and Labor: Indigenous and Immigrant Rights 152  
  C. Matthew Snipp / Karina Kloos / Dolly Kikon (Stanford University): Suffering for Territory: Immigrant Claims and Indigenous Rights in the United States and India 154  
     Introduction 154  
     Rights and Aspirations 155  
        Indigenous Rights 155  
        Immigrant Aspirations 156  
        The Role of Nation-States 157  
     Immigration and Indigenous People in the United States 159  
     Immigration and Indigenous People in Northeast India 165  
     Colonizing with Indigenous Immigrants 167  
     Conclusion: International law and the U.N.-DRIP 168  
     References 170  
  Peter Cirenza (London School of Economics): Geography and Assimilation: A Case Study of Irish Immigrants in Late Nineteenth Century America 174  
     Introduction 174  
     Extent of Geographic Clustering 175  
     Geographic Clustering and Assimilation 184  
     Geographic Clustering and Occupational Mobility 185  
     Occupational Benefits of Geographic Clustering? 191  
     Conclusion 194  
     Appendix 1 195  
        Data 195  
     Appendix 2 196  
        List of Irish Immigrant Occupations Based on Clustering Index 196  
     References 200  
  Part Five – Reception and Recognition 202  
  Paola Mattei (St Antony's College, University of Oxford): Religious Diversity in French Schools: From the 1989 affaires des foulards to the 2004 Headscarf Ban 204  
     Introduction 204  
     Background 204  
     The Obin Report and the Administrative Problem of Managing Diversity in Schools 207  
     The Recommendations of the Bernard Stasi Committee 209  
     Parliamentary Debate of the 2004 Ban 211  
     Conclusions: The Flexibility of Laicité 213  
     References 214  
  Claire Lévy-Vroelant: The “Immigrant” through the Prism of Hospitality “à la française” 216  
     Introduction: What Has “Immigrant” Come to Mean 216  
     The Narrow Path to Residency 218  
     Immigration, between Repression and Integration 220  
     Hospitality, an Ambiguous Virtue 221  
     The Vagaries of Illegality 222  
     Housing and the Ambiguity of the Invitee 224  
     Parasitism and Resistance Hospitality 225  
     Conclusion: Beyond Hospitality 226  
     References 226  
  Heinz Fassmann (University of Vienna): Rethinking Migration Policy in Austria 230  
     Introduction 230  
     Migration to Austria: Facts and Figures 230  
        The Overall Demographic Change 231  
        Geographical Origin 231  
        Qualification and Employment 232  
        Age Structure 233  
        Spatial Distribution in Austria 234  
     Changing Paradigm 235  
        The Legacy of the Guest Worker Migration 236  
        The Shift to Highly Qualified Migration 237  
        The Emergence of an Integration Policy 239  
     Outlook: The Neoliberal Shift 241  
     References 242  
  List of Contributors 244  
  Index 252  

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