[MGSA-L] New Books: Fouskas, Theodoros (Ed.). Immigrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Times of Crises (Volumes A & B) (EPLO Publications, 2021)

Theodoros Fouskas theodoros.fouskas at gmail.com
Wed Feb 2 12:43:58 PST 2022


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Theodoros Fouskas

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Theodoros Fouskas

*Assistant Professor | Sociology, Migration and Public Health*
*Department of Public Health Policy*
School of Public Health | University of West Attica
T:  (+30) 21032010388
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Dear
colleagues
,
I am delighted to announce the publication of two (2) international
handbooks:

   - *The first: *Fouskas, Theodoros (Ed.). Immigrants, Asylum Seekers and
   Refugees in Times of Crises: A. An International Handbook on Migration and
   Refugee Studies, Management Policies and Governance (Foreword by Giovanna
   Campani)
   <https://eplopublications.eu/publication/print-edition/fouskas-theodoros-ed-immigrants-asylum-seekers-and-refugees-times-crises>,
   European Public Law Series / Bibliothèque de Droit Public Euro­péen, vol.
   CXXIV, EPLO -European Public Law Organization (EPLO), Athens, 860 pp.,
   2021, ISSN: 2308-8648, ISBN: 978-618-5417-10-9 (SET), ISBN:
   978-618-5417-11-6 A.
   - *The second: *Fouskas, Theodoros (Ed.). Immigrants, Asylum Seekers and
   Refugees in Times of Crises: B. An International Handbook on Migration,
   Asylum, Social Integration and Exclusion (Foreword by Marco Martiniello)
   <https://eplopublications.eu/publication/print-edition/fouskas-theodoros-ed-immigrants-asylum-seekers-and-refugees-times-crises-b>,
   European Public Law Series / Bibliothèque de Droit Public Européen, vol.
   CXXV, EPLO -European Public Law Organization (EPLO), Athens, 812 pp., 2021,
   ISSN: 2308-8648, ISBN: 978-618-5417-10-9 (SET), ISBN: 978-618-5417-12-3 B

*INFO ABOUT THE FIRST VOLUME*
*Immigrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Times of Crises: A. An
International Handbook on Migration and Refugee Studies, Management
Policies and Governance (Foreword by Giovanna Campani)*

https://eplopublications.eu/publication/print-edition/fouskas-theodoros-ed-immigrants-asylum-seekers-and-refugees-times-crises

Global governance is particularly concerned about migration and asylum
issues. *Immigrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Times of Crises: A. An
International Handbook on Migration and Refugee Studies, Management
Policies and Governance* offers a comprehensive and cutting-edge analysis
of international migration and asylum research and studies under
multi-disciplinary approaches. The contributors are leading scholars,
academics and researchers, practitioners, policymakers and experts in the
field of Immigration and Refugee Studies, who provide understandings on
issues and direct their focus to future key issues in national and global
governance, research and policy. The *Handbook* is structured into six
central sectors:

   - Theoretical approaches and contextualisation of migration and asylum
   issues.
   - Migration and refugee reception, border and management policies and
   governance.
   - Migrant and refugee experiences, forced migration and displacement,
   precarity and vulnerability.
   - Irregular migration and migrant smuggling.
   - Human rights, social justice and discrimination.
   - Collectivities and solidarity.

The *Handbook* addresses a global challenge: how to interpret and manage
the flows of refugees and different types of migrants, safeguard their
access to and protection of their rights and address issues of migrant and
refugee integration policy. This innovative *Handbook* responds to the need
for a better understanding of migration and asylum, utilising contemporary
information from a broad range of disciplines. *Immigrants, Asylum Seekers
and Refugees in Times of Crises: A. An International Handbook on Migration
and Refugee Studies, Management Policies and Governance* provides an
overview on the different aspects worldwide, being a useful source for
novice but also experienced readers, students and professionals working on
migration and asylum.

Contents

Editor and Contributors

Acknowledgments

Giovanna Campani, Foreword

1. Theodoros Fouskas, Introduction: Seeking Hope and Safety in the midst of
Multiple Global Crises

*Chapter I – Theoretical Approaches and Contextualisation of Migration and
Asylum Issues*

2. Saskia Sassen, A Massive Loss of Habitat: New Drivers for Migration

3. Bridget Anderson, “Let Language Not Betray Us”: The Mediterranean and
Modern Slavery

4. Giovanna Campani / Zoran Lapov, Migration Crisis, Refugee Crisis,
European Crisis

5. Hannah Cross, Europe’s Migration Regime: Why a Radical Approach is
Necessary and Possible

6. Alex Sager, The Uses and Abuses of “Migrant Crisis”

7. Karijn Nijhoff, Footloose, Nomadic, Drifting, or Liquid: The Marginal
Man in 2015

8. Thomas Nail, A Tale of Two Crises: Migration and Terrorism after the
Paris Attacks

*Chapter II – Migration and Refugee Reception, Border and Management
Policies and Governance*

9. Christopher Kyriakides / Arthur McLuhan / Karen Anderson / Lubna Bajjali
/ Noheir Elgendy, Building Trust in the Third Space of Refugee Reception

10. Alessio D’Angelo, Refugees’ Reception in Italy: Past and Present of a
Humanitarian Crisis

11. Polly Pallister-Wilkins / Julia Smeekes, The Dutch Border Security Team
in Chios and the Intensification, Diversification and Deepening of Border
Policing

12. Yarin Eski, Policing Stowaways: Realities and Attitudes of Frontline
Port Police Officers, Customs Officers and Security Officers

13. Chiara Marchetti / Michela Franceschelli, Social Integration or
Emergency? The Italian Reception System for Migrants, Asylum Seekers and
Refugees

14. Ana López-Sala / Dirk Godenau, Non-state Actors and the Outsourcing of
Migration Control in Spain

15. Grant Mitchell, Reforming Immigration Detention? Sustaining Progressive
Change in Immigration Detention Law and Practice

16. Bernd Parusel, Sweden’s Response to the Refugee Crisis in 2015: A
Failing “Humanitarian Superpower”?

17. Anna Mratschkowski / Juliana Witkowski, Dynamics of Asylum- and
Refugee-related Cooperation Networks in Mediterranean Countries

18. Vassilis Hatzopoulos / Mary Anagnou, The “Dublin System”:
Crisis-responsive, Crisis-resistant or in Perpetual Crisis?

*Chapter III – Migrant and Refugee Experiences: Forced Migration and
Displacement, Precarity and Vulnerability *

19. Leisy J. Abrego, Central American Refugees to the United States from
the 1980s to the Present

20. Assaf Dahdah / Kamel Doraï, Camps vs. Self-settled Refugees? A
Comparative Analysis of Syrian Refugees’ Settlement in Jordan and Lebanon

21. Georgios O. Tsobanoglou / Ioanna Giannopoulou, Unaccompanied Refugee
Minors in Greece

22. Bianca Gonzalez-Sobrino, Citizens or Immigrants: The Case of Puerto
Ricans during the Times of Crisis

23. Patricia Landolt, Immigration, Precarious Non-citizenship, and the
Changing Landscape of Work

24. Ayman Zohry, Migrants and Refugees in Times of Crisis: The Case of
Egypt

25. Brenda Araceli Bustos García / María Luisa Martínez Sánchez, Disability
in Necropolitical Contexts: Experiences of Migrants in Mexico

26. Manos Spyridakis / Michalis Christodoulou / Eleni Giannakopoulou,
Intergenerational
Transformations of Vulnerability: Life Trajectories of Albanian Migrants in
Athens

*Chapter IV – Irregular Migration and Migrant Smuggling*

27. Peter O’Brien, Irregular Migration in Europe: Inclusive Exclusion

28. Gabriella Sanchez, *Coyotes*, Migrants, Terrorists and *Narcos*:
Migrant Smuggling Narratives on the US-Mexico Border and the Data that
Counters Them

*Chapter V – Human Rights, Social Justice and Discrimination*

29. Vanessa Stout, ‘In the Streets Where I Live’ - The Nigerian Experience
with Racism and Discrimination in Dublin’s Cityspace

30. Maria João Guia / May-Len Skilbrei, Justice Gaps for Female Migrants

31. Henry Lee Allen, Social Justice, Police Shootings, and Abusive Social
Encounters with Unarmed African Americans

*Chapter VI – Collectivities and Solidarity*

32. Aziz Choudry† / Mostafa Henaway / Manuel Salamanca Cardona, Organizing
Migrant and Immigrant Workers in Quebec

33. Sotiris Chtouris / DeMond S. Miller, Pity, Justice, or Solidarity in
the Light of the Current Refugee Crisis

34. Theodoros Fouskas, Solidarity versus Hostility: Pro-migrant and
Anti-migrant Citizen Mobilizations in Greece since 2015


*INFO ABOUT THE SECOND VOLUME*
*Immigrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Times of Crises: B. An
International Handbook on Migration, Asylum, Social Integration and
Exclusion (Foreword by Marco Martiniello)*
https://eplopublications.eu/publication/print-edition/fouskas-theodoros-ed-immigrants-asylum-seekers-and-refugees-times-crises-b

Prompted by economic uncertainties, socio-political instabilities, wars,
persecutions or environmental changes, migrants seek refuge, safety and
hope via perilous routes and journeys. Beyond responses to crises there is
an important aspect of migration, especially in a long-term perspective,
that requires sustainable, long-lasting solutions: the social integration
of immigrants and refugees. *Immigrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees in
Times of Crises: B. An International Handbook on Migration, Asylum, Social
Integration and Exclusion* offers a distinctively global, intersectional
and multi-disciplinary approach to migration, gender, social class, race
and ethnicity, awareness-raising and empowerment and an analysis of
challenges regarding immigrant and refugee integration and social exclusion
from domains of integration. Lack of employment, education, housing, access
to services, healthcare and social interaction leads to isolation,
marginalisation and social exclusion of immigrants and refugees from many
aspects of life. Scholars from North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and
Oceania in the field of Immigration and Refugee Studies from a broad range
of disciplines, provide understandings on key issues of international
migration and immigrant and refugee inclusion in reception societies. They
delve into institutional and everyday practices of migrant and refugee
rights as well as opportunities and life chances in order to shed light on
necessary background knowledge and tools to chart current and future trends
in research on migration and integration policy, inclusion at local level,
and national and global migration governance. The *Handbook* is structured
into seven central sectors:

   - Approaches to migration policy, social integration and exclusion.
   - Labour market, exploitation and precarious work.
   - Religious and racial boundaries, racism and nationalism.
   - Media discourse on migration and the coverage of the “migrant and
   refugee crisis”.
   - Access to education.
   - Ηousing, welfare, gender and family.
   - Health care and mental health support.

The *Handbook* responds to the need for a better understanding of the
contrasting differences across experiences in integration domains such as
employment, housing, education, social welfare, healthcare, intercultural
coexistence and issues that significantly inhibit or enhance
integration. *Immigrants,
Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Times of Crises: B. An International
Handbook on Migration, Asylum, Social Integration and Exclusion* provides a
range of perspectives and insights into central topics and debates in the
field of social integration. It is a definitive publication and a useful
source for academics, students and researchers across social and political
sciences, human rights and other disciplines, policymakers and
professionals working on migration and asylum.

Contents

Editor and Contributors

Acknowledgments

Marco Martiniello, Foreword

1. Theodoros Fouskas, Introduction: From Reception to Integration of
Migrants and Refugees?

*Chapter I – Approaches to Migration Policy, Social Integration and
Exclusion*

2. Uma A. Segal, On the Integration of Immigrants and Refugees: A
Contemporary Commentary

3. Melissa Phillips, Cautionary Tales from the Geographic South: The Impact
of Australia’s ‘Worst-Practice’ on International Policy-making towards
Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Times of Crisis

4. Edoardo Bressanelli / Stella Gianfreda, From EU Citizens to EU Migrants:
Mapping the Changing Status of EU Nationals in post-Brexit Britain

5. Dionyssis Balourdos / Maria Petraki, Immigrant Multidimensional Poverty
in Europe

6. Stefanos Spaneas / Agamemnonas Zachariades / Despina Cochliou, Cyprus
Assisted Voluntary Return Programme: Developing a Sustainable Pre-Departure
Policy

7. Paraskevi Naskou-Perraki / Christos Baxevanis, EU’s Response to Refugee
Crisis: The EU-Turkey Statement

8. Antonis Kontis, The Migration Policy of Greece

*Chapter IΙ – Labour Market, Exploitation and Precarious Work*

9. Valerie Preston / Brian Ray, Gender, Race, and Second Generation Labor
Market Outcomes in Toronto, Canada

10. Sona Kalantaryan, Labour Market Integration of Humanitarian Migrants
during the Economic Downturn

11. Amanda De Lisio, On Sex in the City of God

12. Robert Westermann, Local Governance of Super-Diversity - The Role of
Occupational Orientation

13. Jenna Hennebry / Janet McLaughlin / Anelyse M. Weiler, Fresh Food,
Stale Schemes: Comparing Agricultural Labour Migration in Canada and Spain

14. Silvia Giulini / Sebene Eshete, The Life of Migrant Agricultural
Workers in Nea Manolada and Filiatra

15. Iris Polyzou, Aspects of Immigrant Commerce in the Centre of Athens:
Geographies and Practices in the Establishment of a Business

*Chapter ΙΙΙ – Religious and Racial Boundaries, Racism and Nationalism*

16. Nancy Foner, Is Islam in Western Europe like Race in the United States?

17. Tao Xu, Economic and Cultural Threats and Chinese Residents’ Attitudes
Toward Foreigners in Yiwu, China

18. Alena Kluknavská / Manuela Caiani, Populist Radical Right and
Immigrants in Times of Crisis: The Case of the Czech Republic and Slovakia

19. Chia-Ling Yang, Experiencing and Practicing Racism in Sweden: Chinese
Migrants at the Crossroads

*Chapter ΙV – Media Discourse on Migration and the Coverage of the “Migrant
and Refugee Crisis”*

20. Jussi P. Laine, Media Sensationalism and the Production of the Crisis:
Exploring the Normative Terrain of Migration Journalism

21. Alina Rzepnikowska, Polish Migrants in Britain and Spain: The Media and
Political Discourses

22. Jeffrey Jurgens, The Affective Work of “Crisis”: Pluralism,
Citizenship, and Racialization in Germany

*Chapter V – Access to Education*

23. Stephanie Bengtsson, But Some are More Equal than Others: Understanding
the Global Education Response for Refugees and Migrants

24. Ourania Miliou / Charalambos Vrasidas, Supporting Migrant Integration
with Digital Technologies: Case Studies from Cyprus

*Chapter VI – Housing, Welfare, Gender and Family*

25. Daniele Karasz, “That’s Us, the Foreigners, Who Else?” – The
Non-definition of Migrants in a Developer’s Competition for “Intercultural”
Housing Estates and the Consequences for Housing Allocations

26. Eva Anna Duda-Mikulin, Access to Social Welfare as a Facilitator of
Migrant Women’s Gender Roles

27. Katerina Vassilikou, Family Mobility, Migrant Networks and Domestic
Work in Times of Recession

*Chapter VII – Health Care and Mental Health Support*

28. Nathalie Simonnot / Pierre Chauvin, Migrants Seen by Doctors of the
World across Europe: A Mix of Legal Residents, Undocumented Immigrants and
Migrants in Transit who Share Common Harsh Living Conditions and Barriers
in Accessing Health Care

29. Maria Psoinos / Elisabeth Ioannidis / Dimitris Papamichail / George
Koulierakis, Effective Synergies between Civil Society and Public Sector:
The Case of Healthcare for Migrants and Refugees in Greece

30. Eleni Hatzidimitriadou, Mental Health, Trauma and Wellbeing of Forced
and Other Migrants: Effective Responses at Times of Crisis

31. Theodoros Fouskas / Charalampos Economou / Joana Vassilopoulou /
Despina Papadopoulou / Gerassimos Karabelias / Kyriakos Souliotis /
Athanassios Vozikis / Symeon Sidiropoulos / Konstantinos Kazanas, A Tale of
Two Crises: Reception Policy and Covid-19 Management regarding Migrants,
Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Greece
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