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Immigration Policies and the Control of Mobility

  • Kostas Maronitis
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Abstract

The chapter analyses how immigrants are categorised according to their ethnicity, age, gender and skills. By providing an analysis of immigration policy documents in conjunction with census findings, the chapter reflects the way policy, police operations and national citizenship respond to demographic changes and perceptions of immigration.

Keywords

Immigration policy Greece South Europe New countries of immigration Frontex Policing State racism Precarisation 

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  • Kostas Maronitis
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  1. 1.Leeds Trinity UniversityLeedsUnited Kingdom

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