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    Gender representations in politics of belonging: An analysis of Swiss immigration regulation from the 19th century until today

    Fischer, Carolin, Dahinden, Janine
    Ethnicities, August 2017, Vol.17(4), pp.445-468 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Gender representations in politics of belonging: An analysis of Swiss immigration regulation from the 19th century until today
    Auteur: Fischer, Carolin; Dahinden, Janine
    Sujet: Gender - Boundaries - Immigration Policies - Belonging - Identity - Social Representation - Ethnicisation - Switzerland - Immigration - Anthropology - Women'S Studies
    Description: The literature increasingly recognises the importance of gender in defining the boundaries between national societies and migrants. But little is still known about the history and changes of mechanisms that shape the role of gender as category of difference. Based on a critical case study of Switzerland, this article examines how gender is implicated in the politics of migrant admission and incorporation and underlying notions of ‘the other’. Drawing on theories of boundary work, we show that gendered representations of migrants are mobilised by different actors to advance their claims and calls for certain forms of immigration control and migrant integration. Since the late 19th century, gendered representations of Swiss nationals and migrant others shift from classical gender ideas to culturalised post-colonial interpretations of gender roles and, most recently, to normative ideas of gender equality. As part of these changes, migrant women moved from the periphery to the core of public and political attention. Concomitantly, categories of difference shift from the intersection of gender and social class to an intersection of gender, culture and ethnicity. Local particularities of Switzerland – the idea of ‘overforeignisation’ and the system of direct democracy – play a significant role in shaping categories. But Switzerland’s embeddedness in transnational fields emerges as equally important. The article expands on recent research and illuminates how changing dynamics of categorisation and othering facilitate the construction of nations and national identities in a transnationalised world.
    Fait partie de: Ethnicities, August 2017, Vol.17(4), pp.445-468
    Identifiant: 1468-7968 (ISSN); 1741-2706 (E-ISSN); 10.1177/1468796816676844 (DOI)

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    The Car, the Hammer and the Cables under the Tables

    Moret, Joëlle, Dümmler, Kerstin, Dahinden, Janine
    European Journal of Sociology, 2017, Vol.58(2), pp.265-293 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The Car, the Hammer and the Cables under the Tables
    Auteur: Moret, Joëlle; Dümmler, Kerstin; Dahinden, Janine
    Echelle: 2017
    Collection: 20170815
    Sujet: Masculinity; Social Inequalities; Intersectionality; Educational Institution; Occupational Status; Masculinité; Inégalités Sociales; Intersectionalité; Institution Scolaire; Statut Professionnel; Männlichkeit; Soziale Ungleichheit; Intersektionalität; Schulische Institution; Beruflicher Status
    Description: Abstract Based on ethnographic material, this article explores how three groups of apprentices negotiate masculinities in the specific setting of a male-dominated vocational school in Switzerland dedicated to the building trades. We use an intersectional and relational perspective to highlight how the institutional setting of the school—mirroring wider social hierarchies—influences these young men’s identity work. The apprentices use three discursive dichotomies: manual vs. mental work; proud heterosexuality vs. homosexuality; and adulthood vs. childhood. However, the three different groups employ the dichotomies differently depending on their position in the school’s internal hierarchies, based on their educational path, the trade they are learning and the corresponding prestige. The article sheds light on the micro-processes through which existing hierarchies are internalised within an institution. It further discusses how the school’s internal differentiations and the staff’s discourses and behaviours contribute to the (re)production of specific classed masculinities, critically assessing the role of the Swiss educational system in the reproduction of social inequalities. Résumé Basé sur des données ethnographiques, cet article explore la manière dont trois groupes d’apprentis gèrent la production de masculinités dans un contexte spécifique : celui d’une école professionnelle suisse spécialisée dans les métiers de la construction et fréquentée essentiellement par des hommes. Une perspective intersectionnelle et relationnelle est mobilisée pour montrer comment le contexte institutionnel de l’école – qui reflète des hiérarchies sociales plus larges – influence le travail identitaire de ces jeunes hommes. Les apprentis utilisent trois dichotomies discursives : le travail manuel vs intellectuel ; une hétérosexualité fièrement affichée vs l’homosexualité ; l’âge adulte vs l’enfance. Cependant, les trois groupes emploient ces dichotomies différemment selon leur position dans les hiérarchies internes de l’école, basées sur leur cursus de formation, le métier qu’ils apprennent, et le prestige associé. L’article met en lumière les micro-processus par lesquels les hiérarchies existantes sont internalisées dans l’institution. Il aborde également comment les différentiations internes à l’école et les discours et comportements du personnel contribuent à la (re)production de masculinités de classe spécifiques, posant un regard critique sur le rôle du système éducatif suisse dans le reproduction des inégalités sociales. Zusammenfassung Ausgehend von ethnografischen Daten untersucht der Artikel, wie drei Gruppen von Lernenden Männlichkeit im spezifischen Kontext einer Schweizer Berufsschule verhandeln, in der hauptsächlich junge Männer verschiedene Bauberufe erlenen. Unsere intersektionale und relationale Perspektive zeigt, wie das institutionelle Schulsetting – das weitere gesellschaftliche Hierarchien widerspiegelt - die Identitätsarbeit der jungen Männer beeinflusst. Die Lernenden mobilisieren drei diskursive Dichotomien: manuelle vs. geistige Arbeit, stolz gezeigte Heterosexualität vs. Homosexualität, Erwachsensein vs. Kind sein. Allerdings gebrauchen die drei Gruppen diese Dichotomien unterschiedlich je nach ihrer Position in der Schulhierarchie, ihrem Bildungsweg, ihrem erlernten Beruf und dem damit verbundenen Prestige basiert. Der Artikel beleuchtet die Mikroprozesse, durch die in einer Institution bestehende Hierarchien internalisiert werden. Diskutiert wird ausserdem, wie die schulinternen Differenzierungen und das Verhalten und die Diskurse des Personals an der Reproduktion klassenspezifischer Männlichkeiten beteiligt sind, wobei das Schweizer Bildungssystem bei der Reproduktion sozialer Ungleichheiten einer kritischen Betrachtung unterzogen wird.
    Précédemment: 20172017080815
    Fait partie de: European Journal of Sociology, 2017, Vol.58(2), pp.265-293
    Classement: 201708
    Identifiant: 0003-9756 (ISSN); 1474-0583 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0003975617000145 (DOI)

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    Transnationalism reloaded: the historical trajectory of a concept

    Dahinden, Janine
    Ethnic and Racial Studies, 15 July 2017, Vol.40(9), p.1474-1485 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Transnationalism reloaded: the historical trajectory of a concept
    Auteur: Dahinden, Janine
    Editeur: Routledge
    Sujet: Article - Transnationalism - Transnational Migration Studies - Transnational Perspective - Nation-State Centred Epistemology - Prevalence Of Transnationalism - Social Theory
    Description: In this commentary, I discuss the importance of Portes, Guarnizo and Landolt’s article, focusing on three specific points. First, I argue that this 1999 article represented a turning point in transnational migration studies, in that it made it possible to address important weaknesses in this field of study. Second, I reflect on the article’s lack of reference to the nation-state and its power to shape transnational fields. Third, I argue that the cumulative knowledge gained over the last two decades – triggered in part by the claims of this 1999 article – have been steadily integrated into this field of investigation, rendering possible important theoretical alterations. These insights have made possible a shift towards a new stance, a transnational perspective whose specific epistemology makes it possible to develop explanatory frameworks for current transformation processes and to revise social theory more generally.
    Fait partie de: Ethnic and Racial Studies, 15 July 2017, Vol.40(9), p.1474-1485
    Identifiant: 0141-9870 (ISSN); 1466-4356 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/01419870.2017.1300298 (DOI)

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    Transnational mobility among early-career academics: gendered aspects of negotiations and arrangements within heterosexual couples

    Schaer, Martine, Dahinden, Janine, Toader, Alina
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 11 June 2017, Vol.43(8), p.1292-1307 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Transnational mobility among early-career academics: gendered aspects of negotiations and arrangements within heterosexual couples
    Auteur: Schaer, Martine; Dahinden, Janine; Toader, Alina
    Editeur: Routledge
    Sujet: Article - Transnational Mobility - Academic Researchers - Gender Relations - Tied Migration - Inequality
    Description: Today, transnational mobility is often presented as indispensable for a successful academic career. This institutionalisation of transnational mobility for young academics has important effects in (re)producing or transforming gender inequalities. Building on the results of a qualitative study conducted at three universities – Zurich (Switzerland), UCLA (U.S.A), and Cambridge (UK) – this paper examines the mobility experiences of early-career academics and their partners and seeks to understand the gendered mechanisms underlying mobility patterns. Drawing on three case studies, this paper focuses on the negotiations and arrangements of mobile couples. Each case study represents a different ideal-typical pattern of how gender is entangled with mobility. We show how gender is ‘done’ and ‘undone’ by the academics and their partners throughout these mobility trajectories, and how these couples’ negotiations and practices are closely entangled with gender representations that are structurally anchored in labour markets and discursively expressed within the wider social environment. As such, this paper questions the dichotomy between economic men and social and cultural women sometimes reproduced in studies on highly skilled migration. Furthermore, the findings challenge earlier studies that suggest a causal link between mobility and the leaky pipeline by showing that important transformations with regard to gender relations are occurring.
    Fait partie de: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 11 June 2017, Vol.43(8), p.1292-1307
    Identifiant: 1369-183X (ISSN); 1469-9451 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1300254 (DOI)

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    Gender representations in politics of belonging : an analysis of Swiss immigration regulation from the 19th century until today

    Fischer, Carolin
    Dahinden, Janine
    In: Ethnicities. - London. - 2017, vol. 17, no. 4, p. 445-568
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    Titre: Gender representations in politics of belonging : an analysis of Swiss immigration regulation from the 19th century until today / Carolin Fischer and Janine Dahinden
    Auteur: Fischer, Carolin
    Contributeur: Dahinden, Janine
    Publication en relation: In: Ethnicities. - London. - 2017, vol. 17, no. 4, p. 445-568
    Document hôte: Ethnicities
    Classification: neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Cultural identity
    neu-sfm Immigrant policy
    neu-sfm Immigration law
    neu-sfm Switzerland
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Social integration
    No RERO: R008688572
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008688572/html?view=NJ_V1

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    A plea for the ‘de-migranticization' of research on migration and integration 1

    Dahinden, Janine
    Ethnic and Racial Studies, 20 October 2016, Vol.39(13), p.2207-2225 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: A plea for the ‘de-migranticization' of research on migration and integration 1
    Auteur: Dahinden, Janine
    Editeur: Routledge
    Sujet: Article - Nation-State-Centred Epistemology - Migration - Integration - Mobility - Ethnicity - Social Network Analysis
    Description: Migration and integration research has been institutionalized over the last few decades. However, an increasing number of voices has been calling for more reflexivity, criticizing the nation-state- and ethnicity-centred epistemology that often informs this discipline. Consistently with this line of reasoning, I argue that migration and integration research originates in a historically institutionalized nation-state migration apparatus and is thus entangled with a particular normalization discourse. Therefore, this field of study contributes to reproducing the categories of this particular migration apparatus. This entanglement poses some serious dilemmas for this research tradition, dilemmas that ask for further consideration and possible solutions. My main proposition is to ‘de-migranticize' migration and integration research. I outline possible ways of doing so and discuss the consequences of such a strategy for the future of migration and integration studies.
    Fait partie de: Ethnic and Racial Studies, 20 October 2016, Vol.39(13), p.2207-2225
    Identifiant: 0141-9870 (ISSN); 1466-4356 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/01419870.2015.1124129 (DOI)

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    Gehören wir dazu?: Grenzziehungsprozesse und Positionierungen der zweiten Generation im Vergleich zwischen Luzern und Neuenburg

    Dümmler, Kerstin
    Dahinden, Janine
    In: Revue suisse de sociologie, 2(2016), p. 309-331
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    Titre: Gehören wir dazu?: Grenzziehungsprozesse und Positionierungen der zweiten Generation im Vergleich zwischen Luzern und Neuenburg / Kerstin Duemmler und Janine Dahinden
    Auteur: Dümmler, Kerstin
    Contributeur: Dahinden, Janine
    Publication en relation: In: Revue suisse de sociologie, 2(2016), p. 309-331
    Document hôte: Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie
    Swiss Journal of Sociology
    Classification: neu-sfm Switzerland
    neu-sfm Neuchâtel
    neu-sfm Second generation
    neu-sfm Educational system
    neu-sfm MAPS
    neu-sfm Cultural identity
    neu-sfm Social integration
    neu-sfm Luzern
    No RERO: R008456850
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    Diversity of migration in South-East Europe

    Zbinden, Mirjam, Dahinden, Janine, Efendić, Adnan
    Bern : P. Lang
    2016
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    Titre: Diversity of migration in South-East Europe / Mirjam Zbinden, Janine Dahinden, Adnan Efendic (eds.)
    Auteur: Zbinden, Mirjam; Dahinden, Janine; Efendić, Adnan
    Editeur: Bern : P. Lang
    Date: 2016
    Collation: 229 p. : ill.
    Collection: Interdisciplinary studies on Central and Eastern Europe ; vol. 16
    Documents dans cette collection: Interdisciplinary studies on Central and Eastern Europe
    Classification: neu-sfm Europe
    neu-sfm Migration flows
    neu-sfm Emigration
    neu-sfm Transit migration
    neu-sfm Return migration
    neu-sfm Eastern Europe
    neu-sfm Sport
    cdu-neubfl 394.4
    Identifiant: 9783034321372 (hb.) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008547770
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    Disentangling Religious, Ethnic and Gendered Contents in Boundary Work: How Young Adults Create the Figure of ‘The Oppressed Muslim Woman’

    Dahinden, Janine, Duemmler, Kerstin, Moret, Joëlle
    Journal of Intercultural Studies, 04 July 2014, Vol.35(4), p.329-348 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Disentangling Religious, Ethnic and Gendered Contents in Boundary Work: How Young Adults Create the Figure of ‘The Oppressed Muslim Woman’
    Auteur: Dahinden, Janine; Duemmler, Kerstin; Moret, Joëlle
    Editeur: Routledge
    Sujet: Boundary Work - Religion - Ethnicity - Gender - Gender Equality - Secularisation - Muslims - Switzerland - Multiculturalism - Transnationalism
    Description: The binary opposition between ‘equal European women’ and ‘oppressed Muslim women’ has become a powerful representation in Switzerland and throughout Europe. Yet little is empirically known about the mechanisms through which actors in their everyday lives (re)produce this prominent construction. In this mixed-method study with young adults in a French-speaking Swiss Canton, we explore how and on behalf of which markers they construct such a bright boundary against ‘the oppressed Muslim woman’. We argue that the Swiss tradition of ethicising and culturalising migrant issues is relevant for the construction of the boundary against Muslims in a way that renders ethnicity salient. However, when it comes to the concrete markers of the boundary – the ‘cultural stuff’ mobilised by the young people to mark the boundary – the local highly secular context has the paradoxical effect that religious contents become more salient than ethnicity. Normative ideas about ‘gender equality’, in contrast, cross both ethnic and religious markers in the same way. We argue that although ethnicity, religion and gender have commonalities in terms of categories of identification and exclusion, they should be treated as different elements when it comes to the social organisation of difference because each of them displays a specific logic.
    Fait partie de: Journal of Intercultural Studies, 04 July 2014, Vol.35(4), p.329-348
    Identifiant: 0725-6868 (ISSN); 1469-9540 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/07256868.2014.913013 (DOI)

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    Kultur als Form symbolischer Gewalt : Grenzziehungsprozesse im Kontext von Migration am Beispiel der Schweiz

    Dahinden, Janine
    In: Kultur, Gesellschaft, Migration. - Wiesbaden. - 2014, p. 97-121
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    Titre: Kultur als Form symbolischer Gewalt : Grenzziehungsprozesse im Kontext von Migration am Beispiel der Schweiz / Janine Dahinden
    Auteur: Dahinden, Janine
    Publication en relation: In: Kultur, Gesellschaft, Migration. - Wiesbaden. - 2014, p. 97-121
    Document hôte: Kultur, Gesellschaft, Migration
    Classification: neu-sfm Switzerland
    No RERO: R007898013
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