- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: Migration, Discrimination and Belonging in Europe
1Belonging and European Identity
2Identity, Belonging and Migration: Beyond Constructing ‘Others’
3‘Us’ and ‘Them’: Inclusion and Exclusion – Discrimination via Discourse
4Dilemmas of Secularism: Europe, Religion and the Problem of Pluralism 1
5.Racism, Anti-Racism and the Western State
6What Space for Migrant Voices in European Anti-Racism?
7Multiculturalization of Societies: The State and Human Rights Issues
8Towards a Theory of Structural Discrimination: Cultural, Institutional and Interactional Mechanisms of the ‘European Dilemma’
9On Institutional and Agentic Discrimination: Migrants and National Labour Markets
10Non-Place Identity: Britain’s Response to Migration in the Age of Supermodernity
12Voices of Migrants: Solidarity and Resistance
13Transformations of ‘Dutchness’: From Happy Multiculturalism to the Crisis of Dutch Liberalism
14Competent vs. Incompetent Students: Polarization and Social Closure in Madrid Schools
- Conclusion: Discrimination as a Modern European Legacy
- (p.221) 11 Symbolic Violence
- Identity, Belonging and Migration
- Liverpool University Press
Helena Flam and Brigitte Beauzamy’s ‘Symbolic Violence’ is the first chapter within the third and final section of the book, titled ‘Cases of Belonging and Exclusion’. It assesses the relevance of the concept of symbolic violence, now perhaps primarily associated with Pierre Bourdieu, for understanding the ‘everyday’ forms of discrimination faced by migrants in Europe.
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