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    The Sage handbook of international migration

    Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE
    2020
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    Titre: The Sage handbook of international migration / edited by Christine Inglis, Wei Li, Binod Khadria
    Edition: 1st edition..
    Editeur: Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE
    Date: 2020
    Collation: 662 pages
    Classification: neu-sfm International relations
    neu-sfm Migration flows
    neu-sfm Migration motives
    neu-sfm Destination decision
    neu-sfm Sociology
    neu-sfm History
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Migration policy
    neu-sfm Education
    neu-sfm Citizenship
    neu-sfm Environment
    neu-sfm Geography
    neu-sfm Racism
    neu-sfm Entrepreneurship
    neu-sfm Transnationalism
    neu-sfm Multiculturalism
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Demography
    neu-sfm Language
    neu-sfm Religious practice
    neu-sfm Refugees
    neu-sfm Asylum seekers
    Identifiant: 9781412961752 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008989605
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    Decolonizing universalism : a transnational feminist ethic

    Khader, Serene J
    New York : Oxford University Press
    [2019]
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    Titre: Decolonizing universalism : a transnational feminist ethic / Serene J. Khader
    Auteur: Khader, Serene J
    Editeur: New York : Oxford University Press
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: viii, 186 pages ; 24 cm
    Collection: Studies in feminist philosophy
    Documents dans cette collection: Studies in feminist philosophy
    Sujet RERO: Transnationalisme - Universalisme (philosophie) - Féminisme - Anti-impérialisme - Morale - Théorie féministe - Philosophie politique
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Transnationalism
    neu-sfm Colonialism
    neu-sfm Feminism
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Women
    Identifiant: 9780190664190 (cloth : alk. paper) (ISBN); 9780190664206 (pbk : alk. paper) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008884885
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    The Palgrave handbook of ethnicity

    Ratuva, Steven
    Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan
    2019
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    Titre: The Palgrave handbook of ethnicity / Steven Ratuva, editor
    Auteur: Ratuva, Steven
    Editeur: Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 3 volumes (xxix, 2044 pages) : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
    Description: "This handbook provides a comprehensive and cutting-edge analysis of ethnicity through diverse multidisciplinary lenses. It explores numerous aspects of ethnicity and how it is linked to a range of contemporary political, economic and social issues at the global, regional as well as local levels. In a world where globalization has enveloped and transformed societies through economic and financial integration, social media networks, knowledge transfer, transnational travel, technology and education, there is a tendency to frame issues largely from the standpoint of economic, political and strategic interests of the dominant powers. Issues such as ethnic and cultural identity are often ignored partly because they are too complex to deal with. In this regard, the study of ethnicity is critical in delving deeper into people's worldviews, perceptions of each other, relationships and sence of identification to help us uncover some of the deeper perceptions and meanings of social change as seen and shared by cultural groups as they adapt to the fast-changing world. To better inform ourselves of the complexities of ethnicity and relationship to contemporary global developments and challenges, an approach which is people-centered, balanced, comprehensive and research-based is needed. The multidisciplinary approach of this handbook provides conceptual and empirical narratives across different disciplines such as anthropology, sociology, political studies, cultural studies, media studies, literature, law, development studies and economics, to name a few. It includes comparative case studies from different parts of the world to enrich our understanding of the diverse experiences. The chapters focus on contemporary issues and situations while drawing from historical reflections and lessons. The idea is not only to illuminate the intricacies of ethnic identity, but also to provide innovative ideas to help understand and address some of the contemporary challenges associated with these in our world today"--Publisher's description
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Ethnicity
    neu-sfm Cultural identity
    neu-sfm Diasporas
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Globalization
    neu-sfm Transnationalism
    Identifiant: 9789811328978 (hardcover) (ISBN); 9789811328992 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009000174
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    The Esperanto of the body: entangled mobilities, gender and ethnicity in the transnational salsa circuit

    Menet, Joanna
    [Neuchâtel] : [éditeur non identifié]
    2019
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    Titre: The Esperanto of the body: entangled mobilities, gender and ethnicity in the transnational salsa circuit / Joanna Menet
    Auteur: Menet, Joanna
    Editeur: [Neuchâtel] : [éditeur non identifié]
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 349 p. : ill.
    Note: Thèse Université de Neuchâtel, 2019
    Note: Directrice de thèse: Janine Dahinden
    Classification: neu-sfm Mobility
    neu-sfm Transnationalism
    neu-sfm Dance
    neu-sfm Ethnicity
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Body
    neu-sfm Dissertation
    No RERO: R008915541
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    Manufacturing difference : double standard in swiss institutional responses to intimate partner violence

    Khazaei, Faten
    Neuchâtel : [éditeur non identifié]
    2019
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    Titre: Manufacturing difference : double standard in swiss institutional responses to intimate partner violence / Faten Khazaei
    Auteur: Khazaei, Faten
    Editeur: Neuchâtel : [éditeur non identifié]
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 430 pages
    Description: Grâce aux efforts des mouvements féministes, les violences faites aux femmes sont maintenant reconnues internationalement comme un problème public. Cependant, bien que ce type de violences ait été originairement problématisé comme étant intrinsèquement lié aux rapports sociaux de sexes inégalitaires, les politiques et débats publics en Europe en général et en Suisse en particulier, tendent désormais à se focaliser sur la thématique de la migration, pour comprendre et expliquer ces violences. De ce fait, certaines formes des violences faites aux femmes qui touchent a priori davantage les populations migrantes, tel que « le mariage forcé », les « mutilations génitales féminines » ou les « crimes d’honneur » se trouvent fréquemment au centre de ces politiques publiques. Cette approche suggère que ce phénomène reste l’apanage des populations migrantes. Bien que plusieurs études aient critiqué l’instrumentalisation de la rhétorique de « l’égalité de genre » ou des « droits des femmes » participant à la racialisation des violences faites aux femmes, ces critiques se sont le plus souvent concentrées sur ces mêmes formes de violences attribuées aux migrant.e.s. Cette recherche propose une approche alternative. Elle se concentre sur le problème public des « violences conjugales », qui est reconnu comme un problème de santé publique général dans beaucoup de pays européens. Cette approche permet de mettre à nu les mécanismes qui fabriquent la différence entre divers groupes sociaux tels que les « nationales/nationaux » et les « migrant.e.s » par les institutions de l’État. C’est au moyen d’une démarche ethnographique « multisituée » au sein de trois institutions publiques en charge de la prise en charge des violences conjugales en Suisse romande que ce travail étudie cette fabrique de la différence. Les observations participantes au sein d’une unité de police, d’un service hospitalier et d’un refuge pour les victimes de violences conjugales, et innombrables entretiens ethnographiques, sont complétées par 56 entretiens d’expert réalisés avec les agent.e.s. Le travail de terrain s’est déroulé sur 18 mois entre 2014 et 2016. L’analyse du discours et des pratiques de ces agent-e-s envers les protagonistes des cas portés à leur connaissance permet de juxtaposer les récits des cas similaires, mais perçus différemment par les agent.e.s de l’État.
    Note: Th. Université de Neuchâtel, 2019
    Classification: neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Gender-related persecution
    neu-sfm Switzerland
    neu-sfm Marriage
    neu-sfm Attitude towards migrants
    neu-sfm Sexual violence
    No RERO: R008965854
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    Race in post-racial Europe : an intersectional analysis

    Boulila, Stefanie C., sociologue
    London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield
    [2019]
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    Titre: Race in post-racial Europe : an intersectional analysis / Stefanie C. Boulila
    Auteur: Boulila, Stefanie C., sociologue
    Editeur: London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: ix, 181 Seiten
    Collection: Challenging migration studies
    Documents dans cette collection: Challenging migration studies
    Sujet RERO: Racisme - Ethnicité - Europe
    Sujet LCSH: Ethnicity -- Europe
    Classification: neu-sfm Sex discrimination
    neu-sfm Racism
    neu-sfm Europe
    neu-sfm Women
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Ethnic discrimination
    neu-sfm Feminism
    neu-sfm Islamophobia
    neu-sfm Intersectionality
    Identifiant: 9781786605573 (cloth) (ISBN); 9781786605580 (pbk.h) (electronic) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008978486
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    Gender and migration : transnational and intersectional prospects

    Amelina, Anna
    Lutz, Helma
    London : Routledge
    2019
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    Titre: Gender and migration : transnational and intersectional prospects / Anna Amelina and Helma Lutz
    Auteur: Amelina, Anna
    Contributeur: Lutz, Helma
    Editeur: London : Routledge
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 159 p. : ill.
    Collection: Routledge research in gender and society
    Documents dans cette collection: Routledge research in gender and society
    Sujet LCSH: Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects - Transnationalism - Women immigrants
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Transnationalism
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Family
    neu-sfm Social inequalities
    neu-sfm Citizenship
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Europe
    neu-sfm Ethnicity
    neu-sfm Sexual minorities
    neu-sfm Domestic workers
    cdu-neubfl 316.51.2
    Identifiant: 9781138479203 (hardback) (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb455879345 (URN)
    No RERO: R008865427
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    Intersectional discrimination

    Atrey, Shreya
    Oxford : Oxford University Press
    2019
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    Titre: Intersectional discrimination / Shreya Atrey
    Auteur: Atrey, Shreya
    Editeur: Oxford : Oxford University Press
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 224 p. ; 24 cm
    Sujet RERO: Discrimination multiple - Droit comparé - Lutte contre
    Sujet LCSH: Discrimination -- Law and legislation - Intersectionality (Sociology)
    Description: This book examines the concept of intersectional discrimination and why it has been difficult for jurisdictions around the world to redress it in discrimination law. 'Intersectionality' was coined by Kimberle Crenshaw in 1989. Thirty years since its conception, the term has become a buzzword in sociology, anthropology, feminist studies, psychology, literature, and politics. But it remains marginal in the discourse of discrimination law, where it was first conceived. Traversing its long and rich history of development, the book explains what intersectionality is as a theory and as a category of discrimination. It then explains what it takes for discrimination law to be reimagined from the perspective of intersectionality in reference to comparative laws in the US, UK, South Africa, Canada, India, and the jurisprudence of the European Courts (CJEU and ECtHR) and international human rights treaty bodies
    Classification: dr-sys A 39 h
    neu-sfm Ethnic discrimination
    neu-sfm Law
    neu-sfm Intersectionality
    neu-sfm History
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Comparative analysis
    neu-sfm Feminism
    neu-sfm Discourse
    neu-sfm Human Rights
    Identifiant: 0198848951 (ISBN); 9780198848950 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008969180
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    The Oxford handbook of migration crises

    Menjívar, Cecilia
    New York, NY : Oxford University Press
    [2019]
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    Titre: The Oxford handbook of migration crises / edited by Cecilia Menjívar, Marie Ruiz and Immanuel Ness
    Auteur: Menjívar, Cecilia
    Editeur: New York, NY : Oxford University Press
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: 918 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
    Collection: Oxford handbooks
    Documents dans cette collection: Oxford handbooks
    Contient: Migration crises: definitions, critiques, and global contexts / Cecilia Menjívar, Marie Ruiz, and Immanuel Ness -- Historical contexts. Migrations and macro-regions in times of crises: long-term historiographic perspectives / Dirk Hoerder ; Migrants in crisis in Nineteenth-Century Britain / Eric Richards ; Memories of a French migration crisis: the Harkis / Laura Jeanne Sims ; Decolonization, nation building, and migration crises in Southeast Asia / Ulbe Boxma -- Constructions of crises. Migration crises and "Brexit" / William Outhwaite ; Refugee and Romani immigrant populations in Barcelona / Xavier Casademont Falguera, Òscar Prieto-Flores, and Jordi Feu Gelis ; The myth of a migration crisis in France: transformations of public actions and solidarist actions / Isabelle Rigoni ; The manufacturing of the US-Mexico Border Crisis / Maria Cristina Morales ; Refugees in the United States and the politics of crisis / Stephanie J. Nawyn ; The politics of the refugee crisis in Hungary: bordering and ordering the nation and its others / Céline Cantat and Prem Kumar Rajaram ; East Asian exceptionalism to Western populism and migration crisis / John Lie -- Contexts of protracted conflicts: producing crises. Central American refugees reveal the crisis of the state / Leisy J. Abrego ; Conflicting perspectives on the "Migrant Crisis" in the Horn of Africa / John R. Campbell ; Precarious mobility in Central America and Southern Mexico: crises and the struggle to survive / Martha Luz Rojas Wiesner and Ailsa Winton ; Migration, crises, and social transformation in India since the 1990s / Smriti Rao and Vamsi Vakulabharanam ; Syrian refugees and Turkey: whose "Crisis"? / Danièle Bélanger and Cenk Sarac̦oğlu -- Climate and environment. Climate-migration responses in the Pacific Region / Celia McMichael, Carol Farbotko, and Karen E. McNamara ; Migrations and environmental crises in Africa / Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale, Olayinka Akanle, Olugbenga Samuel Falase, and Mofeyisara Oluwatoyin Omobowale ; Effects of climate change on migration crises in Oceania / Christiane Fröhlich and Silja Klepp ; Climate change and migration crisis in Africa / Caroline Zickgraf -- Migration corridors and transit countries. "Refugee Crisis" in the Southeastern European countries: the rise and fall of the Balkan Corridor / Drago Župarić-Iljić and Marko Valenta ; Wars and migration crises in Central America: on missing persons during armed conflict and international migration / Ninna Nyberg Sørensen ; Afghan experiences of displacement / Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase ; Migration crises in Turkey / Zeynep Kivilcim ; Managing the "Refugee Crisis" along the Balkan Route: field notes from Serbia / Claudio Minca, Danica Šantić, and Dragan Umek -- Policy responses: criminalization, control, and detention. The criminalization of migration in Canada and its unintended policy consequences / Idil Atak ; Violence at the US-Mexico Border / María Dolores París Pombo ; Regional migration and Argentina's "Hospitality" in crisis / Tanya Basok ; Australia and people seeking asylum who arrive by boat / Caroline Fleay ; The crisis mentality of Russian migration management / Caress Schenk ; The United States and migration crises: refugees in the past and present / Pablo S. Bose ; Deportation, crisis, and social change / Heike Drotbohm and Ines Hasselberg -- Media constructions and visual cultures. Ethics and migration crises / Alex Sager ; Migration flows and migration crisis in Southern Europe / Domenico Maddaloni and Grazia Moffa ; Narratives of crisis migration and the power of visual culture / Claudia Tazreiter ; Framing the Syrian refugee: divergent discourses in three national contexts / Dalia Abdelhady -- Gendered constructions of crises. Gender and social exclusion in European migration crisis: a sociohistorical perspectives / Marlou Schrover ; LGBTQ migration crisis / Rachel A. Lewis ; The post-communist identity crisis and queer migration in Poland / Richard C.M. Mole ; A gendered analysis of the European refugee "Crisis" / Jane Freedman ; Human trafficking as a migration crisis: gender, precariousness, and access to labor rights / Inga K. Thiemann -- Integration, multiculturalism, and membership. Sanctuary and unsettling "the" refugee crisis / Jen Bagelman ; The Syrian refugee crisis, multiculturalism issues, and integration in Canada / Laurence Cros ; Migration and integration in China / Eric Fong, Yingtong Lai, and Aijia Li ; The paradox of immigrant political participation in Europe amidst crises of multiculturalism / Floris Vermeulen ; Migration to Australia in times of crisis / Jock Collins ; Migration crisis and social trauma / Pascale Baligand ; The crisis of Gulf migration / S. Irudaya Rajan
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Emigration
    neu-sfm Refugees
    neu-sfm History
    neu-sfm Immigrant policy
    neu-sfm Border controls
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Multiculturalism
    neu-sfm Geography
    neu-sfm Conflict
    Identifiant: 0190856904 (hardcover) (ISBN); 9780190856908 (hardcover) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008929838
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    Titre: LGBTI asylum seekers and refugees from a legal and political perspective : persecution, asylum and integration / Arzu Güler, Maryna Shevtsova, Denise Venturi, eds.
    Auteur: Güler, Arzu
    Editeur: Cham : Springer
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: 354 p.
    Sujet RERO: Droit européen et droit interne - Droits de l'homme - Égalité devant la loi - Droit d'asile - Réfugiés - Minorités sexuelles - Intégration sociale - Homophobie - Union européenne - Allemagne
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Contient: Arzu Güler, Maryna Shevtsova and Denise Venturi, Introduction -- Part I. Before the flight: Drivers, reasons and actors of persecution: Katherine Fox, Implementing Hostility and Acceptance: LGBTQ Persecution, Rights, and Mobility in the Context of Western Moral Entrepreneurship -- Edward J. Alessi, Sarilee Kahn, Sangeeta Chatterji, and Dean Manning, A Qualitative Exploration of the Child Abuse Experiences of Sexual and Gender Minority Refugees and Asylees in the United States and Canada -- Laine P. Munir, Fleeing Gender: Reasons for Displacement in Pakistan’s Transgender Community -- Alex Odlum, To Stay or to Go? Decision-making of LGBTQI Syrians in mixed migration flows -- Ailsa Winton, “I’ve got to go somewhere”: Queer displacement in northern Central America and southern Mexico -- Part II. Refugee status determination process: States’ implementation, heterogenity, Western narratives and sexual orientation: Arzu Güler, Refugee status determination process for the LGBTI asylum seekers: (in)consistencies of states’ implementations with UNHCR’s authoritative guidance -- Patricia Brazil and Samantha Arnold, LGBTI asylum applications in Ireland: status determination and barriers to protection -- Maria Guadalupe Begazo, The Membership of a Particular Social Group Ground in LGBTI Asylum Cases Under EU Law and European Case-Law: Just Another Example of Social Group or an Independent Ground?- Andrea Mrazova, Legal requirements to prove asylum claims based on sexual orientation: a comparison between the CJEU and ECtHR case law -- Kateri Berasi, Gay and lesbian asylum seekers in the United States: The interplay of sexual orientation identity development, reverse-covering, and mental health -- Katherine Fobear, “Wherever We Would Go, We Would Be Together” -- The Challenges for Queer Refugee Couples Claiming Joint Asylum in Canada -- María Paula Castañeda Romero and Sofía Cardona Huerta, Seeking protection as a transgender refugee woman: from Honduras and El Salvador to Mexico -- Part III. Granting refugee status: Reception, accommodation, and integration of (recognised) LGBTI refugees: Betsy L. Fisher, Refugee Resettlement: A Protection Tool for LGBTI Refugees -- Nicholas Hersh, Enhancing UNHCR Protection for LGBTI Asylum-Seekers and Refugees in Morocco: Reflection and Strategies -- Hester K.V. Moore, “The atmosphere is oppressive”: investigating the intersection of violence with the cisgender Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer women refugee community in Nairobi, Kenya -- Emma Bassetti, Integration challenges faced by transgender refugees in Italy -- Arzu Güler, Maryna Shevtsova and Denise Venturi, Conclusion
    Description: This book addresses the ‘three moments’ in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) asylum seekers’ and refugees’ efforts to secure protection: The reasons for their flight, the Refugee Status Determination process, and their integration into the host community once they are recognized refugee status. The first part discusses one of the most under-researched areas within the literature devoted to asylum claims based on sexual orientation and gender identity, namely the reasons behind LGBTI persons’ flight. It investigates the motives that drive LGBTI persons to leave their countries of origin and seek sanctuary elsewhere, the actors of persecution, and the status quo of LGBTI rights. Accordingly, an intersectional approach is employed so as to offer a comprehensive picture of how a host of factors beyond sexual orientation/gender identity impact this crucial first stage of LGBTI asylum seekers’ journey. In turn, the second part explores the challenges that LGBTI asylum seekers face during the RSD process in countries of asylum. It first examines these countries’ interpretations and applications of the process in relation to the relevant UNHCR guidelines and questions the challenges including the dominance of Western conceptions and narratives of sexual identity in the asylum procedure, heterogeneous treatment concerning the definition of a particular social group, and the difficulties related to assessing one’s sexual orientation within the asylum procedure. It subsequently addresses the reasons for and potential solutions to these challenges. The last part of the book focuses on the integration of LGBTI refugees into the countries of asylum. It first seeks to identify and describe the protection gaps that LGBTI refugees are currently experiencing, before turning to the reasons and potential remedies for them.
    Classification: dr-sys A 37 g
    dr-sys CA/CE 37 g
    dr-sys D 17 g
    dr-sys A 38.2 g
    neu-sfm Sexual minorities
    neu-sfm Sex discrimination
    neu-sfm Refugees
    neu-sfm Asylum seekers
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Sexuality
    neu-sfm Law
    neu-sfm Legal aspects
    neu-sfm Gender-related persecution
    neu-sfm Asylum procedure
    neu-sfm Asylum policy
    neu-sfm Social integration
    Identifiant: 3319919040 (ISBN); 9783319919041 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008898924
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