Migration and Diversity in Asian Contexts


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This volume makes an important and unique contribution to scholarly understandings of migration and diversity through its focus on Asian contexts. Current scholarship and literature on processes of migration and the consequences of diversity is heavily concentrated on Western contexts and their concerns with “multiculturalism”, “integration”, “rights and responsibilities”, “social cohesion”, “social inclusion”, and “cosmopolitanism”. In contrast, there has been relatively little attention given to migration and growing diversity in Asian contexts which are constituted by highly distinct and varied histories, cultures, geographies, and political economies. This book fills this significant gap in the literature on migration studies with a concentrated focus on communities, cities and countries in the Asian region that are experiencing increased levels of population mobility and subsequent diversity. Not only does it offer analyses of the policies and processes of migration, it also addresses the outcomes and implications of migration and diversity – these include a focus on multiculturalism and citizenship in the Asian region, the emerging complex forms of governance in response to increased diversity, discussions of different settlement experiences, and the practices of everyday life and encounters in increasingly diverse locales.


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Binding Type: Paperback
Contributors: Lai Ah Eng, Francis Leo Collins (Editor), Brenda Yeoh Saw Ai (Editor)
Published: 10/15/2012
Publisher: Iseas-Yusof Ishak Institute
ISBN: 9789814380478
Pages: 306
Weight: 0.91lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.64d

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Weight0.91 lbs
Dimensions9 × 6 × 0.64 in