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Leaving Europe: New Crises, Entrenched Inequalities and Alternative Routes of Social Mobility
Journal Contribution - Journal Article
This article addresses conceptual issues around contemporary forms of out-of-Europe migrations of various European publics. In particular, we ask how such moves contribute to both the decentring of Europe in migration debates, and to the ‘de-migranticization' (Dahinden, 2016) of the social scientific study of migration. This article also serves as the introduction to this special issue entitled “Leaving Europe: Alternative routes of up/outward mobility” that aims to document ethnographically new forms of European emigration and shed light on an imaginary of Europe which is not conceived as a place of prosperity and success but rather as a locus of disempowerment.
Journal: Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies
Pages: 1 - 10
Number of pages: 10