Constructing Roma Migrants [electronic resource] : European Narratives and Local Governance / edited by Tina Magazzini, Stefano Piemontese.

Contributor(s): Magazzini, Tina [editor.] | Piemontese, Stefano [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)
Material type: TextTextSeries: IMISCOE Research Series: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019Edition: 1st ed. 2019Description: X, 242 p. 1 illus. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783030113735Subject(s): Emigration and immigration | Europe—Politics and government | Population | Migration | European Politics | Population EconomicsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 304.8 LOC classification: GN370HB1951-2577Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Roma Westward Migration in Europe: Rethinking Political, Social, and Methodological Challenges: Stefano Piemontese and Tina Magazzini -- Part I: Methodological, legal, policy, and media debates: 1. Conceptual and methodological considerations in researching “Roma migration”: Vera Messing -- 2. A Roma European crisis road-map: A holistic answer to a complex problem: Nuno Ferreira -- 3. Conformism or inadequacy of Roma inclusion policies? Missed opportunities at the European and local levels: Tina Magazzini, Monica Rossi and Enrica Chiozza -- 4. ‘Modern-day Fagins’, ‘gaudy mansions’ and ‘increasing numbers’: narratives on Roma migrants in the build-up to the British EU referendum: Daniele Viktor Leggio -- Part II: Securitization and integration policies: 5. When housing policies are ethnically targeted: struggles, conflicts and contentions for a “Possible City” : Marianna Manca and Cecilia Vergnano -- 6. Dwelling in limbo. Temporality in the Governance of Romani migrants in Spain: Ioana Vrăbiescu -- 7. The Stilled-Other of the Citizen. “Roma Beggars” and Regimes of (Im)mobility in an Austrian City: Eberhard Raithelhuber -- 8. The migrating poor: Romanian Roma under social authoritarianism in Poland: Joanna Kostka -- Part III: Coping strategies and counter-narratives.: 9. Identity game for welfare: Circumventing surveillance of legal migrants in Europe: Veronika Nagy -- 10. Contesting the structural constraints. A case study of Roma asylum seekers from Serbia: Jovana Knezevic Kruta -- 11. Patchwork economies in Europe: economic strategies among homeless Romanian Roma in Copenhagen: Camilla Ida Ravnbøl -- 12. Differing Romani mobilities? The case of cross-border migration of Roma between Slovenia and Austria: Julija Sardelić.
In: Springer Nature eBookSummary: This open access book presents a cross-disciplinary insight and policy analysis into the effects of European legal and political frameworks on the life of ‘Roma migrants’ in Europe. It outlines the creation and implementation of Roma policies at the European level, provides a systematic understanding of identity-based exclusion and explores concrete case studies that reveal how integration and immigration policies work in practice. The book also shows how the Roma example might be employed in tackling the governance implications of our increasingly complex societies and assesses its potential and limitations for integration policies of vulnerable groups such as refugees and other discriminated minorities. As such the book will be of interest to academics, practitioners, policy-makers and a wider academic community working in migration, refugee, poverty and integration issues more broadly.
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Roma Westward Migration in Europe: Rethinking Political, Social, and Methodological Challenges: Stefano Piemontese and Tina Magazzini -- Part I: Methodological, legal, policy, and media debates: 1. Conceptual and methodological considerations in researching “Roma migration”: Vera Messing -- 2. A Roma European crisis road-map: A holistic answer to a complex problem: Nuno Ferreira -- 3. Conformism or inadequacy of Roma inclusion policies? Missed opportunities at the European and local levels: Tina Magazzini, Monica Rossi and Enrica Chiozza -- 4. ‘Modern-day Fagins’, ‘gaudy mansions’ and ‘increasing numbers’: narratives on Roma migrants in the build-up to the British EU referendum: Daniele Viktor Leggio -- Part II: Securitization and integration policies: 5. When housing policies are ethnically targeted: struggles, conflicts and contentions for a “Possible City” : Marianna Manca and Cecilia Vergnano -- 6. Dwelling in limbo. Temporality in the Governance of Romani migrants in Spain: Ioana Vrăbiescu -- 7. The Stilled-Other of the Citizen. “Roma Beggars” and Regimes of (Im)mobility in an Austrian City: Eberhard Raithelhuber -- 8. The migrating poor: Romanian Roma under social authoritarianism in Poland: Joanna Kostka -- Part III: Coping strategies and counter-narratives.: 9. Identity game for welfare: Circumventing surveillance of legal migrants in Europe: Veronika Nagy -- 10. Contesting the structural constraints. A case study of Roma asylum seekers from Serbia: Jovana Knezevic Kruta -- 11. Patchwork economies in Europe: economic strategies among homeless Romanian Roma in Copenhagen: Camilla Ida Ravnbøl -- 12. Differing Romani mobilities? The case of cross-border migration of Roma between Slovenia and Austria: Julija Sardelić.

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This open access book presents a cross-disciplinary insight and policy analysis into the effects of European legal and political frameworks on the life of ‘Roma migrants’ in Europe. It outlines the creation and implementation of Roma policies at the European level, provides a systematic understanding of identity-based exclusion and explores concrete case studies that reveal how integration and immigration policies work in practice. The book also shows how the Roma example might be employed in tackling the governance implications of our increasingly complex societies and assesses its potential and limitations for integration policies of vulnerable groups such as refugees and other discriminated minorities. As such the book will be of interest to academics, practitioners, policy-makers and a wider academic community working in migration, refugee, poverty and integration issues more broadly.

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