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By Sandro Mezzadra

Far from making a without boundary lines international, modern globalization has generated a proliferation of borders. In Border as Method, Sandro Mezzadra and Brett Neilson chart this proliferation, investigating its implications for migratory events, capitalist ameliorations, and political existence. They discover the atmospheric violence that surrounds borderlands and border struggles throughout numerous geographical scales, illustrating their theoretical arguments with illuminating case reviews drawn from Europe, Asia, the Pacific, the Americas, and in different places. Mezzadra and Neilson technique the border not just as a study item but additionally as an epistemic framework. Their use of the border as strategy allows new views at the drawback and ameliorations of the geographical region, in addition to robust reassessments of political techniques corresponding to citizenship and sovereignty.

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These developments have meant that the links between migratory processes and the development of ‘ethnic minority communities’ have tended to be neglected. In the following chapters we attempt to develop some of these links, focusing on the ways in which immigration legislation and formal citizenship status impact on access to rights and therefore shapes the ways in which communities are formed and identities constructed. In particular, we examine the gendered hierarchy of citizenship rights in relation to employment, welfare and political action.

Agency in these accounts was never viewed within the context of resisting oppressive and exploitative structures. They assumed that men and women would act in exactly the same way and have the same relationship to those structures. From the mid- to late-1970s there was a wave of theorizing that drew heavily on Marxist political economy, dependency theory and world systems theory. Castles and Kosack (1973), Castells (1975), Nikolinakos (1975), Phizacklea and Miles (1980) and Meillassoux (1981) were all representative of this approach.

This class divide has troubled and kept apart academic work on migration from that on hybridities. These developments have meant that the links between migratory processes and the development of ‘ethnic minority communities’ have tended to be neglected. In the following chapters we attempt to develop some of these links, focusing on the ways in which immigration legislation and formal citizenship status impact on access to rights and therefore shapes the ways in which communities are formed and identities constructed.

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