Ethico-Political Governmentality of Immigration and Asylum - Karal, Dilek
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Based on content analyses of three international organizations' policy reports and interviews with Somali refugees and refugee organizations, Dilek Karal examines the construction of ethico-political paradigm for immigration and asylum policies in Ethiopia. Departing from an assertion that ethico-political power is an intrinsic part of neo-liberal governmentality (and thus immigration and asylum policy formation), this volume unearths its mechanisms in Ethiopia's current immigration and refugee legislation and in global policy propositions moving forward. Ultimately, the exclusionary character…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Based on content analyses of three international organizations' policy reports and interviews with Somali refugees and refugee organizations, Dilek Karal examines the construction of ethico-political paradigm for immigration and asylum policies in Ethiopia. Departing from an assertion that ethico-political power is an intrinsic part of neo-liberal governmentality (and thus immigration and asylum policy formation), this volume unearths its mechanisms in Ethiopia's current immigration and refugee legislation and in global policy propositions moving forward. Ultimately, the exclusionary character of the propositions for Ethiopian states' governance of migrants is revealed through close interviews, data analysis, and applied analytics of governmentality method.
Autorenporträt
Dilek Karal is an independent sociological researcher living in Gaziantep, Turkey. Karal received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara, Turkey, where she developed interests in social theory, migration studies, Turkish studies, sociology of nationalism and ethnicity.
Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Methodology and Research DesignChapter 3. Neo-liberal Governmentality and Ethico-politics of PowerChapter 4. Ethico-political Governmentality of Global Immigration and AsylumChapter 5. Ethiopia's Legislation on Immigration and AsylumChapter 6. Ethico-political Governmentality of Immigration and Asylum in EthiopiaChapter 7. Conclusion