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Contributor(s): Dr Jennifer Jackson-Preece
Released on 15 April 2014
The securitization of minorities and migrants in Europe has coincided with a growing rejection of multiculturalism in favour of new discourses that place a greater emphasis on social cohesion predicated upon a shared nation-state identity. This course will examine the ways in which different constructions of membership and belonging underscore contested narratives on diversity and the competing policy responses this has engendered.
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