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By Rainer Bauböck (auth.), Michi Messer, Renee Schroeder, Ruth Wodak (eds.)

This quantity covers an important contributions to and discussions on the overseas symposium Migrations: Interdisciplinary views (1-3, July, collage of Vienna), organised by way of Renée Schroeder and Ruth Wodak which was devoted to the a number of interdisciplinary dimensions of ‘migrations’, either from the viewpoints of the Social Sciences and arts in addition to from the manifold views of the typical Sciences. The booklet is prepared alongside the subsequent dimensions:

Urban improvement and Migration

Peer family members in Immigrant youngsters: Methodological demanding situations and Key Findings

Migration, identification, and Belonging

Migration in/and Ego Documents

Debating Migration

Fundamentals of Diffusion and unfold within the normal Sciences and beyond

Media Representations of Migrants and Migration

Migration and the Genes

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If treated at all, these are portrayed as exceptional, of people of the extreme right, of a few “racist” individuals, and never of the elites, never as part of the system, and never as the general rule. The same logic of positive self-presentation and negative other-presentation explains why positive stories about them are similarly rare. Although immigrants in all European countries have significantly contributed to the economic welfare of these countries, such contributions seldom make headlines in the press.

Immigration and nationality law in the European Union. Macmillan, London, pp 1–23 Howard MM (2009) The politics of citizenship in Europe. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Jacobson D (1996) Rights across borders. Immigration and the decline of citizenship. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD Janoski T (2010) The ironies of citizenship: naturalization policies in advanced industrialized countries. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Joppke C (1999) Immigration and the nation-state: the United States, Germany, and Great Britain.

Unlike full citizens, foreign national denizens do not enjoy an unconditional right to return and lose their status after a certain time of residence abroad. For these reasons, denizenship can only narrow the gap of rights between foreign residents and resident citizens but cannot substitute for full citizenship. Depending on the rights included in denizen status, however, incentives to acquire citizenship through naturalisation may be significantly diminished. The second important normative change is the increasing toleration of dual citizenship in case of naturalisation by both countries of origin and of destination.

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