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标题(title):Bordering
边界
作者(author):Nira Yuval-Davis; Georgie Wemyss; Kathryn Cassidy
出版社(publisher):Polity Press
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Controlling national borders has once again become a key concern of contemporary states and a highly contentious issue in social and political life. But controlling borders is about much more than patrolling territorial boundaries at the edges of states: it now comprises a multitude of practices that take place at different levels, some at the edges of states and some in the local contexts of everyday life – in workplaces, in hospitals, in schools – which, taken together, construct, reproduce and contest borders and the rights and obligations associated with belonging to a nation-state.

This book is a systematic exploration of the practices and processes that now define state bordering and the role it plays in national and global governance. Based on original research, it goes well beyond traditional approaches to the study of migration and racism, showing how these processes affect all members of society, not just the marginalized others. The uncertainties arising from these processes mean that more and more people find themselves living in grey zones, excluded from any form of protection and often denied basic human rights.
Table of contents :
Cover
......Page 1
Title page......Page 4
Copyright page......Page 5
Contents......Page 8
Acknowledgements......Page 10
Introduction......Page 12
Bordering: In-between the political and the sociocultural......Page 15
Bordering and neoliberal globalisation......Page 20
From borders to bordering: The processual turn......Page 29
Everyday intersectional bordering......Page 35
Outline of the book......Page 39
Introduction......Page 41
Premodern borderings......Page 42
Modernity and bordering: The long eighteenth century......Page 45
Bordering in the aftermath of the First World War......Page 51
Bordering in the aftermath of the Second World War......Page 53
The collapse of state socialism and EU enlargement......Page 57
Neoliberalism and its crises......Page 59
The rise of absolutist movements......Page 63
Bordering in the context of the violent conflicts, neoliberal developments, and ecological crises of the Global South......Page 66
Journeys towards the ‘global migration crisis’......Page 68
Rebordering......Page 70
Conclusion......Page 73
Introduction......Page 75
Filtering citizenship......Page 76
Filtering labour......Page 78
Filtering families......Page 79
Bordering scape 1: ‘External’ border control points: visas, airports, train stations, seaports......Page 80
Fast-tracking to multiple citizenship and to belonging......Page 81
Differential visa-free travel to and from the United Kingdom......Page 83
Work-related visas: UK citizenship and belonging......Page 84
Tourists: short-term consumers......Page 86
Border guarding at the territorial borders......Page 89
Bordering scape 2: Firewall bordering at the ‘internal’ border control point of registry offices......Page 91
Enforcement performances and public reporting......Page 93
Perspectives from secular and religious registrars......Page 94
Perspectives from the targets of marriage-bordering regulations......Page 97
Bordering scape 3: Firewall bordering, ‘external’ and ‘internal’ bordering encounters experienced by Eastern European Roma and Nepali Army families......Page 99
The bordering discourse on loyalty and criminality......Page 100
Nepali......Page 101
Roma......Page 103
Conclusion......Page 106
Introduction......Page 108
Everyday bordering in the contemporary global context......Page 109
Everyday bordering via police and street-level bureaucrats......Page 110
Everyday bordering via ID documents......Page 112
Everyday bordering in Britain: Constructing the ‘hostile environment’......Page 113
Operation Skybreaker......Page 116
Perspectives of border enforcement professionals......Page 117
Perspectives from ethnic minority employers and employees......Page 118
Perspectives from EU employees......Page 120
Perspectives from metropolitan professionals......Page 122
Bordering scape 5: Accommodation......Page 123
Perspectives from landlords......Page 125
Perspectives from tenants......Page 127
Everyday bordering and homeless people......Page 129
Bordering scape 6: Education......Page 131
Perspectives from further and higher education......Page 132
Perspectives from schools......Page 136
Conclusion......Page 138
Introduction......Page 141
Grey zones in the contemporary global context......Page 142
Grey zones: Gaps between different constructions of ‘migrants’ in national and international discourses......Page 143
Grey zones: Offshoring processes......Page 145
Grey zones: Historical trajectories of de and rebordering processes......Page 147
Bordering scape 7: The Jungle in Calais......Page 148
The 2015 Jungle camp......Page 150
Campzenship......Page 151
Everyday lives in the grey zone......Page 152
Irregular migrants’ legal status......Page 155
Limboscapes of life in the United Kingdom......Page 156
Bordering scape 9: Post-borderland Dover......Page 162
Stuckness in unemployment......Page 163
Stuckness in immobility......Page 165
Stuckness in disconnection......Page 167
Conclusion......Page 169
6 Conclusion Understanding Bordering......Page 171
Bordering as central to and constitutive of social processes......Page 172
Bordering as political discourse and practice of governance and belonging......Page 174
Bordering as an outcome and a cause of social inequalities......Page 176
Bordering as a situated endeavour......Page 178
Bordering and transversal political epistemology......Page 179
Resisting everyday bordering......Page 181
References......Page 186
Index......Page 220
EULA
......Page 234


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