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In recent years, European political leaders from Angela Merkel to David Cameron have discarded the term multiculturalism and now express scepticism, critique and even hostility towards multicultural ways of organising their societies. Yet they are unprepared to reverse the diversity existing in their states. These contradictory choices have different political consequences in the 11 European countries examined in this book: Belgium, Britain, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Sweden and Turkey. The future of European liberalism is being played out as multicultural notions of belonging, inclusion, tolerance and the national home are brought into question.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. iii-iv
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  1. List of Tables and Figures
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. Notes on the Contributors
  2. pp. vii-xi
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. xii-xiv
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  1. Foreword
  2. Björn Fryklund
  3. pp. xv-xvi
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  1. Part I: Theorizing Multiculturalism
  1. Chapter One. The Twilight of Multiculturalism? Findings from across Europe
  2. Pieter Bevelander, Raymond Taras
  3. pp. 3-24
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  1. Chapter Two. Contemporary Citizenship and Diversity in Europe: The Place of Multiculturalism
  2. Tariq Modood, Nasar Meer
  3. pp. 25-51
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  1. Chapter Three. The Challenge of Multiculturalism: Political Philosophy and the Question of Diversity
  2. Christian Fernández
  3. pp. 52-72
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  1. Part II: Multiculturalism’s Pioneers and (Ex-)enthusiasts
  1. Chapter Four. The ‘Civic Re-balancing’ of British Multiculturalism, and Beyond . . .
  2. Nasar Meer, Tariq Modood
  3. pp. 75-96
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  1. Chapter Five The Dutch Multicultural Myth
  2. Peter Scholten
  3. pp. 97-119
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  1. Chapter Six. Immigrant Integration and Multiculturalism in Belgium
  2. Marco Martiniello
  3. pp. 120-137
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  1. Chapter Seven. The Political Dynamics of Multiculturalism in Sweden
  2. Karin Borevi
  3. pp. 138-160
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  1. Part III: Multicultural Societies without Multiculturalism?
  1. Chapter Eight. Public Debates and Public Opinion on Multiculturalism in Germany
  2. Martina Wasmer
  3. pp. 163-189
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  1. Chapter Nine. Danish Multiculturalism, Where Art Thou?
  2. Nils Holtug
  3. pp. 190-215
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  1. Chapter Ten. Multiculturalism Italian style: Soft or Weak Recognition?
  2. Tiziana Caponio
  3. pp. 216-235
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  1. Chapter Eleven. Redefining a (Mono)cultural Nation: Political Discourse against Multiculturalism in Contemporary France
  2. Florent Villard, Pascal-Yan Sayegh
  3. pp. 236-254
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  1. Part IV: Multiculturalism’s Future Converts?
  1. Chapter Twelve. Poland: Multiculturalism in the Making?
  2. Renata Włoch
  3. pp. 257-278
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  1. Chapter Thirteen. Multinationalism, Mononationalism or Transnationalism in Russia?
  2. Sergey Akopov
  3. pp. 279-296
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  1. Chapter Fourteen. Multiculturalism and Minorities in Turkey
  2. Ayhan Kaya
  3. pp. 297-316
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  1. Part V: Conclusion
  1. Chapter Fifteen. Multiculturalism: Symptom, Cause or Solution?
  2. Ulf Hedetoft
  3. pp. 319-333
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 334-344
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780748664597
Related ISBN
9780748664573
MARC Record
OCLC
1112235208
Pages
320
Launched on MUSE
2019-08-16
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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