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The securitization of migration : a study of movement and order

Author: Philippe Bourbeau
Publisher: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon [England] ; New York : Routledge, ©2011.
Series: Security and governance series
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philippe Bourbeau
ISBN: 9780415594516 0415594510 9780203829349 0203829344 9780415731485 0415731488
OCLC Number: 613424003
Description: xv, 166 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1.Introduction --
A study of movement and order --
The argument --
Methods of inquiry --
Boundaries, significance, and logics --
Precis of the study --
pt. I Developing an analytical framework --
2.Securitized migration --
Case selection --
Securitized migration --
Looking ahead --
3.Constructivism, security, and the movement of people --
Constructivism and power's polymorphous character --
The securitization of migration: the state of the art --
The argument --
Looking ahead --
pt. II The securitization of migration in Canada and France --
4.Political agents and their security speech acts --
Canada --
France --
Conclusion --
5.Media, migration, and security: An obvious link? --
Canada --
France --
Conclusion --
6.The powers of contextual factors --
The "refugee crisis" of the early 1990s --
The terrorist attacks of 9/11 --
Domestic audiences --
Conclusion --
7.Conclusion --
Movement and order: contributions to the field --
The politicization and the securitization of migration --
The logic of exception and the logic of unease --
Avenues for future research.
Series Title: Security and governance series
Responsibility: Philippe Bourbeau.

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