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Ordering Migration

  • Antoine Pécoud
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Part of the Mobility & Politics book series (MPP)

Abstract

This chapter argues that a core objective of international migration narratives (IMN) is to order migration. Faced with what they perceive as a chaotic reality, they aim at disciplining migration and at transforming it into an orderly process. This ordering effort is twofold: on a discursive or cognitive level, IMN provide a comprehensive analysis of migration that supports a global and orderly picture of what migration is all about and of how it should be governed; then, on an operational level, IMN aim at influencing states’ behaviours to translate this ‘paper order’ into reality.

Keywords

migrant categories temporary migration programmes data policy recommendations 

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© Antoine Pécoud 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  • Antoine Pécoud
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  1. 1.University of Paris 13France

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