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Author Lianos, Michalis
Title Dangerous Others, Insecure Societies : Fear and Social Division
Imprint Farnham : Taylor & Francis Group, 2013
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Note Cover -- Contents -- List of Figure and Tables -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: Hegemonic Insecurity, Defence and Otherness -- 1 Citizenship and Otherness: The Differential Treatment of Ethnic Minorities in France -- 2 City, Insecurity and Citizenship: The Emergence of Social Cohesion Policies -- 3 Islam and Empowerment of the New Muslim Religious Brokers in Europe -- 4 Disguising the Sense of Insecurity in 'Multicultural' Greece -- 5 Normative Otherness: From 'Sovereign Subjects' to 'Collateral Damage' -- 6 Malaise in Society? -- 7 The Insecurity of Emancipation -- 8 In Security and the Instituted Imaginary -- 9 Ethnicity as Politics, Race as Policy: Discourses and Spaces in Advanced Liberal States -- 10 Fear: The Authoritarian Personality and Security Policies -- Index
Dangerous Others, Insecure Societies examines the turn in post-industrial societies towards a fear of cultural, racial or religious externality, adopting a ground-breaking analysis which considers 'insecurity' a constituent part of 'otherness', rather than something separate or following from it. By addressing the link between insecurity and otherness, this book sheds light on the contemporary cultures of fear and risk that have made possible the aggressive measures that followed the 2001 terrorist attacks in the US and which continue to dominate contemporary geopolitics. The result of particular socio-economic and political circumstances, a sense of fear in relation to the Other has emerged as a replacement for the social bond, as otherness and danger are increasingly associated with one another - a development that appears paradoxical in the modern, globalized world. Bringing together the latest research from scholars in the UK, Europe and Australia, Dangerous Others, Insecure Societies engages with diverse issues surrounding migration, authoritarianism and social exclusion to consider the implications of a culture of fear and exclusion for multicultural, globalized, networked societies. As such, it will appeal to sociologists, geographers, social anthropologists and political scientists concerned with questions of identity, citizenship, exclusion and belonging
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Lianos, Michalis Dangerous Others, Insecure Societies : Fear and Social Division Farnham : Taylor & Francis Group,c2013 9781409443995
Subject Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.;Immigrants.;Ethnic groups.;Ethnic relations.;Multiculturalism.;Social stratification.;Internal security
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