- About the book
DetailsIn the US as well as in Europe, migration and migration policy is one of the top issues. This timely volume gathers distinguished authors from academic institutions throughout Europe addressing the growing importance of migration policy making and the refugee crisis that European Union member states and other countries are currently facing. By focusing on the most important effects that the migration from Third World countries has brought to the European Union, they provide a critical overview of the politicization, securitization, and social discourse of migration. The authors analyze the impacts on public administration and governance and also discuss the rise of the radical right in EU member states, the rise of populism, and the alienation of citizens from formal politics which is also caused by the growing interest in security and public safety. The pan-European character of the publication’s scope is vested in its narration; the contributors cover the situation in Western Europe, the critical positions of the Visegrad countries as well as foreign policy making in Slovenia and the Western Balkans. Moreover, the authors address case studies from states such as Armenia and Moldova, including their labor migrants in the Western world. The collection is completed by contrasting and discussing the immigration policies of countries that are well-known for their open and liberal immigration activities such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States.
- The author
About the authorJaroslav Mihálik holds a PhD in Political Theory and habilitated in Public Policy and Public Administration. His research interests cover political analyses of youth studies, extremism, media analyses on social networks, and comparative politics. He published two books dedicated to political legacy of the past and civic youth engagement in Slovakia. For over 10 years he has been a researcher and team leader in various international and domestic project schemes such as the 7th Framework Programme and Horizon 2020 of the European Commission, Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Chair in Migration, International Visegrad Fund, and Slovak scientific grant scheme VEGA.
Jakub Bardoviè holds a PhD in Political Sciences. Currently, he works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Trnava. His main teaching and research interests cover methodology of political sciences, issues of pluralist democracy, political and civic participation at various levels of governance, and electoral systems and their specifics and settings.
- Additional Information
Delivery time 2-3 Tage / 2-3 days Author Jarmila Androvicova, Martina Bolecekova, Milan Caky, Karen Henderson, Hana Hlavackova, Lucie Mackova, Valeriu Mosneaga, Tatiana Turco, Gheorghe Mosneaga, Ludmila Malikova, Josette Baer Hill, Jan Rataj, Jaroslav Mihalik, Ondrej Filipec, Ondrej Mital, Sven Krüger Editor Jaroslav Mihalik, Jakub Bardovic Number of pages 236 Language English Publication date Nov 27, 2019 Weight (kg) 0.3070 ISBN-13 9783838213446