Type
Article
Titre
Migration, Citizenship and the Global Refugee Crisis
Volume
39
Numéro
2
Pages
224 - 237 p.
ISSN
07256868
DOI
10.1080/07256868.2018.1453914
Mots clés
Citizenship, migration, refugees, Global South, Asia, Oceania, Australia, France
Résumé
EN
The author suggests that Stephen Castles’ contributions to migration studies are threefold: an analytical investigation of the nexus between migration and citizenship, a global approach to migration with a particular emphasis on new migration regions and finally a sustained critical perspective towards refugee and migration policies that are implemented in Western countries. Applying Stephen Castles’ ideas to the French case, the author argues that the French model of migrant incorporation would benefit from an acknowledgment of the ‘multicultural reality’ in France, a balance between the will to control immigration and the demand for immigrant workers and finally a critical assessment of the immigration laws and their outcomes.
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