4 edition of Politics of Transnational Minorities found in the catalog.
June 29, 2005
by RoseDog Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||190|
As America’s most ethnically diverse foreign-born population, Asian Americans can puzzle political observers. This volume’s multidisciplinary team of contributors employ a variety of methodologies—including quantitative, ethnographic, and historical—to illustrate how transnational ties between the U.S. and Asia have shaped, and are increasingly defining, Asian American politics in our Cited by: The post-9/11 novel reflects the shift from bilateral nation-state politics to the multilateralism of transnational politics. While much of the criticism regarding novels of 9/11 tends to approach these works through theories of collective trauma, I argue for the evolution of a post-9/11 novel that pursues a transversal approach to global conflicts that are unlikely to be resolved without Author: Joseph M. Conte.
Vigilantism against Migrants and Minorities (OPEN ACCESS) book. (OPEN ACCESS) DOI link for Vigilantism against Migrants and Minorities (OPEN ACCESS) Vigilantism against Migrants and Minorities (OPEN ACCESS) book and the evidence of transnational co-operation or inspiration. This is a groundbreaking volume which will be of particular Cited by: 1. This book explores the ways in which minority groups across the world are reshaping the international minority rights protection system. It documents the actions of four major groups that are using transnational social mobilisation to achieve recognition of their identities and their : Corinne Lennox.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Transnational LGBT Activism argues that the idea of LGBT human rights is not predetermined but instead is defined by international activists who establish what and who qualifies for protection. The result is a uniquely balanced, empirical response to previous critiques of Western human rights activists—and a clarifying perspective on the nature and practice of global human rights advocacy.
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Politics of Transnational Minorities: Social Welfare and Human Settlements identifies international regimes or international collaborative arrangements in the issue areas of social welfare.
College-level readers will find Dr. Razmig Shirinian's background as a political science teacher lends to a scholarly assessment of social welfare and international collaborative arrangements in POLITICS OF TRANSNATIONAL MINORITIES: SOCIAL WELFARE AND HUMAN SETTLEMENTS.
Amazing book. The author deftly undermines all of the received wisdom about adoption and thoroughly analyzes the socioeconomic and political reasons that poor and disenfranchised women are compelled to surrender their children.
A necessary book on a subject that is too frequently given short shrift/5(8). by Razmig B. Shirinian, Ph.D. Politics of Transnational Minorities: Social Welfare and Human Settlements identifies international regimes or international collaborative arrangements in the issue areas of social welfare and human settlements.
It then examines how and to what extent transnational minorities affect international regimes in the two areas and how these regimes respond. The book argues that Roma are a transnational minority that, as such, requires transnational representation structures to complement domestic political representation by: Book Description.
This study's theoretical and empirical insights speak to contentious politics, international relations, comparative politics, European integration, and the politics of sexuality.
It will be used in undergraduate and graduate level courses on social movements, transnational actors in world politics, European politics, LGBT politics, human rights, mixed-methods research, international relations, and comparative by: An Arabist, Louër specialises in Middle East studies.
Editor of Critique Internationale from toshe is the author, among other writings, of To Be An Arab in Israel (Hurst/Columbia), Transnational Shia Politics (Hurst/OUP) and Shiism and Politics in the Middle East (Hurst/OUP). Politics of Transnational Law is edited by Tanja Aalberts and Wouter Werner (VU Amsterdam, the Netherlands).
This interdisciplinary series explores the changing dynamics between politics and law in a globalizing world. These dynamics illustrate the growing importance and vitality of cross disciplinary research that transcends traditional disciplinary divides, domains and categories. In When States Come Out, Phillip Ayoub marries a sophisticated theoretical framework to a wealth of empirical data to advance a compelling argument about the importance of transnational norms and the domestic politics of visibility to shaping real progress on the rights of sexual by: 'How and why do transnational regulatory bodies emerge.
How do they acquire the authority and confidence to be actors in their own right. These questions preoccupy scholars in many disciplines and Sebastian Botzem's The Politics of Accounting Regulation makes an important contribution to the debates.
Focusing on the case of the International Accounting Standards Board over a critical period Cited by: About the author () Steven Vertovec is Professor of Transnational Anthropology at the University of Oxford and Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study, Berlin.
Robin Cohen is Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick and currently Dean of Humanities at the University of Cape Town.
Like many Caribbean nations, Trinidad has felt the effects of globalization on its economy, politics, and expressive culture. Even Carnival, once a clandestine folk celebration, has been transformed into a major transnational festival.
In Trinidad Carnival, Garth L. Green, Philip W. Scher, and an international group of scholars explore Carnival as a reflection of the nation and culture of 4/5(1). Aidan McGarry is Lecturer in Politics at the School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton. His research focuses on the political representation of ethnic minorities.
He has contributed several articles to top journals, including Nationalities Paper and Journal of Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe. This collection offers a comprehensive account of the relation between diaspora and media cultures. It analyses the politics of transnational communication, the consumption of media by diasporic communities, and the views of non-governmental organizations on issues of the participation and representation of ethnic minorities in the media.
In Somebody's Children, Laura Briggs examines the social and cultural forces—poverty, racism, economic inequality, and political violence—that have shaped transracial and transnational adoption in the United States during the second half of the twentieth century and the first decade of the twenty-first.
In The New Politics of Transnational Labor, Marissa Brookes explains why this dichotomy has occurred. Using the coordination and context-appropriate (CCAP) theory, she assesses this divergence, arguing that the success of transnational alliances hinges not only on effective coordination across borders and within workers' local organizations but also on their ability to exploit vulnerabilities in Cited by: 1.
This book explores the ways in which minority groups across the world are reshaping the international minority rights protection system. It documents the actions of four major groups that are using Author: Corinne Lennox. Decolonizing Diversity: The Transnational Politics of Minority Racial Difference Anneeth Kaur Hundle She is currently a visiting professor at the Center for African Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, where she is completing her book manuscript, “Unsettling Citizenship: African Asian Lives and the Politics of Racialized Insecurity in Transnational Uganda.”Author: Anneeth Kaur Hundle.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Modern direct democracy has become an essential element of political life in many countries in Europe and worldwide. The initiative and referendum process offers extra channels for citizen participation and thus represents an important supplementary institution in modern democracies.
This third volume of the series Direct Democracy in Modern Europe focuses on directdemocratic decisions. Book description: As a religious and cultural minority in Turkey, the Alevis have suffered a long history of persecution and discrimination.
In the late s they started a movement for the recognition of Alevi identity in both Germany and Turkey. Today, they constitute a significant segment of Germany’s Turkish Pages: Following this understanding, political empowerment must include giving access to various political offices, including positions in the government, to the members of disadvantaged populations.
The literature on political empowerment attempts to assess the impact of access to political offices on the overall well-being of minorities.Who Speaks for Roma? Political Representation of a Transnational Minority Community By: Aidan McGarry.
See larger image. Published: the book is not only a valuable contribution to the growing literature on the political participation of Roma, it is also recommended for all those activists, policy-makers, and- in general- concerned European.