- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: Migration, Discrimination and Belonging in Europe
- 1 Belonging and European Identity
- 2 Identity, Belonging and Migration: Beyond Constructing ‘Others’
- 3 ‘Us’ and ‘Them’: Inclusion and Exclusion – Discrimination via Discourse
- 4 Dilemmas of Secularism: Europe, Religion and the Problem of Pluralism<sup>1</sup>
- 5. Racism, Anti-Racism and the Western State
- 6 What Space for Migrant Voices in European Anti-Racism?
- 7 Multiculturalization of Societies: The State and Human Rights Issues
- 8 Towards a Theory of Structural Discrimination: Cultural, Institutional and Interactional Mechanisms of the ‘European Dilemma’
- 9 On Institutional and Agentic Discrimination: Migrants and National Labour Markets
- 10 Non-Place Identity: Britain’s Response to Migration in the Age of Supermodernity
- 11 Symbolic Violence
- 12 Voices of Migrants: Solidarity and Resistance
- 13 Transformations of ‘Dutchness’: From Happy Multiculturalism to the Crisis of Dutch Liberalism
- 14 Competent vs. Incompetent Students: Polarization and Social Closure in Madrid Schools
- Conclusion: Discrimination as a Modern European Legacy
- Identity, Belonging and Migration
- Gerard Delanty, Ruth Wodak, Paul Jones
- Liverpool University Press
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