Includes bibliographical references (pages 166-174) and index.
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1. A cluster of contradictions: the politics of migration in the European Union -- 2. Rights and controls in the management of migration: the case of Germany -- 3. The ambiguous terrain of rights: Italy's emergent immigration regime -- 4. The shifting contours of rights: Britain's asylum and immigration regime -- 5. Stratified rights and the management of migration: national distinctiveness in Europe -- 6. Gender, race and the embodiment of rights -- 7. Managing contradiction: civic stratification and migrants' rights.
This book explores the problems of increasing numbers of immigrants. How are the Nation States coping with such large numbers of non-citizens? This is essential reading for both students and researchers.