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Author: Anssi Paasi; Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola; Jarkko Saarinen; Kaj Zimmerbauer
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Series: Border regions series.
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The optimism heralded by the end of the Cold War and the idea of an emerging borderless world was soon shadowed by conflicts, wars, terrorism, and new border walls. Migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees have simultaneously become key political figures. Border and mobility studies are now two sides of the same coin. The chapters of this volume reflect the changing relations between borders, bordering practices, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Borderless worlds for whom?
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(OCoLC)1057725715
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anssi Paasi; Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola; Jarkko Saarinen; Kaj Zimmerbauer
ISBN: 9780815360025 0815360029
OCLC Number: 1079798192
Description: xvi, 238 pages : illustrations (black and white), map ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction borders, ethics, and mobilities / Anssi Paasi, Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola, Jarkko Saarinen, and Kaj Zimmerbauer --
Borderless worlds and beyond: challenging the state-centric cartographies / Anssi Paasi --
Imagining a borderless world / Harald Bauder --
Borders, distance, politics / Paolo Novak --
'Borderless' Europe and Brexit: young European migrant accounts of media uses and moralities / Aija Lulle --
Everyday bordering, healthcare, and the politics of belonging in contemporary Britain / Kathryn Cassidy --
'Delay and neglect': the everyday geopolitics of humanitarian borders / Elisa Pascucci, Jouni Häkli, and Kirsi Pauliina Kallio --
Asylum reception and the politicization of national identity in Finland: a gender perspective / Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola --
Tourism, border politics, and the fault lines of mobility / Raoul V. Bianchi and Marcus L. Stephenson --
Commodification of contested borderscapes for tourism development: viability, community representation, and equity of relic Iron Curtain and Sudetenland heritage tourism landscapes / Arie Stoffelen and Dominique Vanneste --
Contested mobilities across the Hong Kong-Shenzen border: the case of Sheung Shui / J.J. Zhang --
Trade, Trump, security, and ethics: the Canada-US border in continental perspective / Heather N. Nicol and Karen G. Everett --
Ontological (in)security: the EU's bordering dilemma and neighbourhood / Jussi P. Laine and James W. Scott --
An ethical code for cross-border governance: what does the European Union say on the ethics of cross-border cooperation? / Elisabetta Nadalutti --
The role of 'nature' at the EU maritime borders: agency, ethics, and accountability / Estela Schindel --
Afterword: borders are there to be crossed (but not by everybody) / Noel B. Salazar.
Series Title: Border regions series.
Responsibility: edited by Anssi Paasi, Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola, Jarkko Saarinen and Kaj Zimmerbauer.

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The optimism heralded by the end of the Cold War and the idea of an emerging borderless world was soon shadowed by conflicts, wars, terrorism, and new border walls. Migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees have simultaneously become key political figures. Border and mobility studies are now two sides of the same coin. The chapters of this volume reflect the changing relations between borders, bordering practices, and mobilities. They provide both theoretical insights and contextual knowledge on how borders, bordering practices, and ethical issues come together in mobilities. The chapters scrutinize how bounded (territorial) and open/networked (relational) spaces manifest in various contexts. The first section, 'Borders in a borderless world', raises theoretical questions. The second, 'Politics of inclusion and exclusion', looks at bordering practices in the context of migration. The third section, 'Contested mobilities and encounters', focuses on tourism, which has been an 'accepted'form of mobility but which has recently become an object of critique because of overtourism. Section four, 'Borders, security, politics', examines bordering practices and security in the EU and beyond, highlighting how the migration/border politics nexus has become a national and supra-national political challenge. The chapters of this interdisciplinary volume contribute both conceptually and empirically to understanding contemporary bordering practices and mobilities. It is essential reading for geographers, political scientists, sociologists, and international relations scholars interested in the contemporary meanings of borders and mobilities.

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