European multiculturalisms : cultural, religious and ethnic challenges
TRIANDAFYLLIDOU, Anna ; MODOOD, Tariq; MEER, Nasar (editor/s)
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2012[Global Governance Programme], [Cultural Pluralism]
TRIANDAFYLLIDOU, Anna, MODOOD, Tariq, MEER, Nasar (editor/s), European multiculturalisms : cultural, religious and ethnic challenges, Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2012[Global Governance Programme], [Cultural Pluralism] - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/19514
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This work proposes a common European intellectual framework to evaluate recent developments in European multiculturalism. The heightened security awareness in the wake of the 9/11 attacks and the London and Madrid bombings has resulted in a 'crisis of multiculturalism'. Now is the time to look at the renewed challenges that multiculturalism faces today. Each chapter in this interdisciplinary book reviews the actual state of affairs in several countries in relation to the theories behind immigrant minority claims. With a special focus on Muslim immigrants, the contributors look at the value issues entrenched in multiculturalism and the policy challenges and measures adopted to address them. The book focuses on 7 European countries - Belgium, Britain, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece and Spain giving an overview of different approaches to multiculturalism and looks at issues of citizenship, diversity, civic recognition, gender, religious diversity & education, integration, anti-discrimination policies and social policy. The core objectives are 1) to chart the legal, political and educational challenges posed by migration-related religious, ethnic and cultural diversity in European countries, 2) to reflect theoretically on those challenges and the value systems involved 3) to assess the policy solutions adopted in different countries, 4) to compare between different policies/ models and the ways they are implemented, and 5) to discuss whether all solutions are bound in their national contexts or whether they are relevant across Europe.
Table of Contents:
1 Introduction: Diversity, Integration, Secularism and Multiculturalism 1 Anna Triandafyllidou, Tariq Modood and Nasar Meer PART I - Theoretical Developments in a Comparative European Perspective 2 Framing Contemporary Citizenship and Diversity in Europe 33 Tariq Modood and Nasar Meer 3 The Multicultural States We’re In 61 Nasar Meer and Tariq Modood 4 Beyond Post-national Citizenship: Access, Consequence, Conditionality 88 Per Mouritsen 5 Islamic Difference and the Return of Feminist Universalism 116 Nilüfer Göle and Julie Billaud PART II - Cultural Diversity and Policy Responses in the European Union 6 Religious Diversity and Education: Intercultural and Multicultural Concepts and Policies 145 Anna Triandafyllidou and Ruby Gropas 7 Active Immigrants in Multicultural Contexts: Democratic Challenges in Europe 167 Ricard Zapata-Barrero and Ruby Gropas 8 Not a One-way Road? Integration as a Concept and as a Policy 192 Frauke Miera 9 Ethnic Statistics in Europe: The Paradox of Colourblindness 213 Angéline Escafré-Dublet and Patrick Simon Index 239
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Series/Number: [Global Governance Programme]; [Cultural Pluralism]
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Sponsorship and Funder information:
This publication stems out of the EMILIE project (http://emilie.eliamep.gr) 'A European approach to multicultural citizenship: Legal, political and educational challenges' funded by the European Commission, Directorate General for Research, Sixth Framework Programme during the period 2006-2009.
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