Against fantasy citizenship: the politics of migration and austerity

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 1 (2016)

Against fantasy citizenship: the politics of migration and austerity
Bridget Anderson, pages -

Abstract

Crises of debt and migration are being felt across the European Union, including in Britain. Right-wing politics has prospered in this environment by developing rhetorics of exclusion. These rely on a fantasy of equal national citizenship that obscures the state’s role in regulating access to labour and welfare regimes.

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Bridget Anderson (2016) Against fantasy citizenship: the politics of migration and austerity, Renewal, 24(1), -

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