Diversity, Inclusion and Citizenship in Scandinavia

Diversity, Inclusion and Citizenship in Scandinavia

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Diversity, inclusion and citizenship are highly contested concepts. This book sheds light on how the traditionally homogeneous welfare-states of Scandinavia struggle to develop as democratic societies in the globalisation era. In Denmark, Norway and Sweden, migration from all parts of the world continues to challenge the idea of social citizenship-highly endorsed in the Scandinavian tradition. The volume brings new perspectives on immigration and integration strategies employed by the three ...
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne :, Cambridge Scholars,, 2010
Copyright Date: Ă2010
ISBN: 9781443826280
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 373 pages)


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