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ISBN: 978-3-940755-76-6

Crossing and Controlling Borders

Immigration Policies and their Impact on Migrants' Journeys

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ISBN: 978-3-940755-76-6

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Open Access: The book Crossing and Controlling Borders is an Open Access title (DOI: 10.3224/94075576) , which is free to download or can be bought as paperback. The book holds a Creative Commons License Attribution4.0 International (CC BY4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ / Der Titel Crossing and Controlling Borders (DOI: 10.3224/94075576) ist kostenlos im Open Access (PDF) herunterladbar oder kostenpflichtig als Print-Ausgabe erhältlich. Der Titel steht unter der Creative Commons Lizenz Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

This volume highlights the impact of border controls on migrants’ journeys in two major areas of immigration: the European Union and the United States of America. In order to show the linkages between border control policies and migratory practices, the book combines empirical insights from ethnography with approaches from political science. Describing migrants’ realities reveals that the impact of border control policies goes beyond the actual border area affecting many lives and states.

From the Contents:

Linking Immigration Policies and Migrants’ Journeys: An Interdisciplinary Endeavor
(Mechthild Baumann, Astrid Lorenz, Kerstin Rosenow)

Reinventing Europe’s Borders: Delocalization and Externalization of EU Migration Control through the Involvement of Third Countries
(Sandra Gil Araújo)

Success at Second Glance: Regularizations of Irregular Migrants in Spain
(Axel Kreienbrink)

“It’s Been the Best Journey of My Life”: Governing Migration and Strategies of Migrants at Europe’s Borders: Morocco
(Gerda Heck)

The Senegalese Predicament: Migration from Senegal to Europe: Policies, Control, and Implementation
(Florence Tsagué Assopgoum)

Dead End for Migrants? The Europeanization of Ukraine’s Migration
(Marianne Haase)

Turkey at the Crossroads Between the Middle East and the EU: Changing Border Control and Security Policies
(Basak Bilecen-Süoglu)

Undocumented Immigration between the U.S. and Mexico: The Complex Development of Militarized Borders and Social Responses
(Avital Bloch and Ma. Alejandra Rocha Silva)

Evaluating Recent U.S. Immigration Control Policy: What Mexican Migrants Can Tell Us
(Wayne Cornelius)

Economic Policy Matters: Incentives that Drive Mexicans Northward
(Kathleen Staudt and Sergio Garcia-Rios)

Caught in Mobility: An Ethnographic Analysis of the Context of Knowledge Production on Migration in Southeast Europe
(Sabine Hess)

The Limits of Hospitality. Undocumented Migration and the Local Arena: The Case of Lampedusa
(Heidrun Friese)

Unintended Effects of Immigration Policies for Governments and Migrants: Conclusions
(Mechthild Baumann, Astrid Lorenz, Kerstin Rosenow)

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978-3-940755-76-6

Format

A5

Scope

290

Year of publication

2011

Date of publication

30.05.2011

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1.

Language

Englisch

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978-3-86388-411-6

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Border control, Integration, Migration

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Wie aber reagieren Migranten auf staatliche Regelungen? Warum und unter welchen Umständen entscheiden sie sich für eine illegale Migration? Spiegeln die Vermutungen, die das Design von Migrationsabkommen bestimmen, die Realität wider? Mit diesen und weiteren Fragen setzen sich die Autorinnen und Autoren in einer disziplinübergreifenden Perspektive unter Einbezug politikwissenschaftlicher und ethnografischer Forschung auseinander. Dabei werden sowohl europäische als auch US-amerikanische Erfahrungen analysiert. Die einzelnen Beiträge zeichnen ein überraschend einheitliches Bild: Grenzkontrollen sind ein ineffektives Instrument, um Migration zu verhindern.

Portal für Politikwissenschaft, pw-portal.de, 27.01.2012

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Description

Open Access: The book Crossing and Controlling Borders is an Open Access title (DOI: 10.3224/94075576) , which is free to download or can be bought as paperback. The book holds a Creative Commons License Attribution4.0 International (CC BY4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ / Der Titel Crossing and Controlling Borders (DOI: 10.3224/94075576) ist kostenlos im Open Access (PDF) herunterladbar oder kostenpflichtig als Print-Ausgabe erhältlich. Der Titel steht unter der Creative Commons Lizenz Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

This volume highlights the impact of border controls on migrants’ journeys in two major areas of immigration: the European Union and the United States of America. In order to show the linkages between border control policies and migratory practices, the book combines empirical insights from ethnography with approaches from political science. Describing migrants’ realities reveals that the impact of border control policies goes beyond the actual border area affecting many lives and states.

From the Contents:

Linking Immigration Policies and Migrants’ Journeys: An Interdisciplinary Endeavor
(Mechthild Baumann, Astrid Lorenz, Kerstin Rosenow)

Reinventing Europe’s Borders: Delocalization and Externalization of EU Migration Control through the Involvement of Third Countries
(Sandra Gil Araújo)

Success at Second Glance: Regularizations of Irregular Migrants in Spain
(Axel Kreienbrink)

“It’s Been the Best Journey of My Life”: Governing Migration and Strategies of Migrants at Europe’s Borders: Morocco
(Gerda Heck)

The Senegalese Predicament: Migration from Senegal to Europe: Policies, Control, and Implementation
(Florence Tsagué Assopgoum)

Dead End for Migrants? The Europeanization of Ukraine’s Migration
(Marianne Haase)

Turkey at the Crossroads Between the Middle East and the EU: Changing Border Control and Security Policies
(Basak Bilecen-Süoglu)

Undocumented Immigration between the U.S. and Mexico: The Complex Development of Militarized Borders and Social Responses
(Avital Bloch and Ma. Alejandra Rocha Silva)

Evaluating Recent U.S. Immigration Control Policy: What Mexican Migrants Can Tell Us
(Wayne Cornelius)

Economic Policy Matters: Incentives that Drive Mexicans Northward
(Kathleen Staudt and Sergio Garcia-Rios)

Caught in Mobility: An Ethnographic Analysis of the Context of Knowledge Production on Migration in Southeast Europe
(Sabine Hess)

The Limits of Hospitality. Undocumented Migration and the Local Arena: The Case of Lampedusa
(Heidrun Friese)

Unintended Effects of Immigration Policies for Governments and Migrants: Conclusions
(Mechthild Baumann, Astrid Lorenz, Kerstin Rosenow)

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ISBN

978-3-940755-76-6

Format

A5

Scope

290

Year of publication

2011

Date of publication

30.05.2011

Edition

1.

Language

Englisch

eISBN

978-3-86388-411-6

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Wie aber reagieren Migranten auf staatliche Regelungen? Warum und unter welchen Umständen entscheiden sie sich für eine illegale Migration? Spiegeln die Vermutungen, die das Design von Migrationsabkommen bestimmen, die Realität wider? Mit diesen und weiteren Fragen setzen sich die Autorinnen und Autoren in einer disziplinübergreifenden Perspektive unter Einbezug politikwissenschaftlicher und ethnografischer Forschung auseinander. Dabei werden sowohl europäische als auch US-amerikanische Erfahrungen analysiert. Die einzelnen Beiträge zeichnen ein überraschend einheitliches Bild: Grenzkontrollen sind ein ineffektives Instrument, um Migration zu verhindern.

Portal für Politikwissenschaft, pw-portal.de, 27.01.2012

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