Governing European Diversity

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Maria Montserrat Guibernau i Berdún, Montserrat Guibernau
SAGE Publications, Jul 23, 2001 - Political Science - 293 pages
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Governing European Diversity is a completely new introductory text on social change in Europe for all students of contemporary Europe, the European Union (EU) and European integration.

This text offers a comprehensive overview of both tradition and transformation in the social and cultural relationships at the heart of the political and socio-economic landscape in Europe today.

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Contents

UNITY
1
THE RISE OF REGIONS
35
MIGRANTS REFUGEES
65
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Montserrat Guibernau is Lecturer in Government and Politics at The Open University

CONTRIBUTORS ALL AT THE OPEN UNIVERSITY EXCEPT:

James Anderson Newcastle University

Salvador Giner University of Barcelona

Zig Layton-Henry University of Warwick

Josep R Llobera University College, London

Cathie Lloyd University of Oxford

Denis McQuail University of Southampton

Karim Murji University of Surrey, Roehampton

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