Migration, Citizenship and the European Welfare State
A Twenty-First Century Dilemma
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Very few of the existing sociological texts which compare different European societies on specific topics are accessible to a broad range of scholars and students. The European Societies series will help to fill this gap in the literature, and attempt to answer questions such as: Is there really such a thing as a 'European model' of society? Do the economic and political integration processes of the European Union also imply convergence in more general aspects of social life, such a family or religious behaviour? What do the societies of Western Europe have in common with those further to the East?
This series will cover the main social institutions, although not every author will cover the full range of European countries. As well as surveying existing knowledge in a manner useful to students, each book will also seek to contribute to our growing knowledge of what remains in many respects a sociologically unknown continent. The series editor is Colin Crouch.
Links two fields of study which are normally viewed separately: research on ethnic relations and immigration, and the political economy of the welfare state
Critical scrutiny of one of Europe's most pressing predicaments: how to integrate processes at the local and national level with those at the supra-national level
Detailed case-study analysis of migration, welfare, and citizenship in four European coutnries - UK, Germany, Italy, and Sweden
2: The 'Migration' Crisis and the Genesis of Europe's New Diversity
3: Migration, Citizenship, and the European Social Model
4: Transatlantic Convergence or Transatlantic Split? Elements for a Comparative Framework
5: Britain's 'Neo-American' Trajectory
6: Germany: Immigration and Social Exclusion in a Declining Welfare State
7: Economic Miracle and Political Limbo: Italy and its 'Extracommunitarians'
8: 'Paradise Lost'? Migration and the Changing Swedish Welfare State
9: 'Bloody Subcontracting' in the Network Society: Migration and Post-Fordist Restructuring Across the European Union
10: What Creed in Europe?
Professor Carl-Ulrik Schierup , Professor of Migration and Ethnic Studies and Director of the Institute for Research on Migration, Ethnicity, and Society, Linköping University, Sweden
Professor Peo Hansen , Political Scientist and Associate Professor at the Institute for Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Society (REMESO), Linköping University, Sweden
Professor Stephen Castles , Research Professor of Sociology at the University of Sydney and Associate Director of the International Migration Institute at the University of Oxford.