Education, Migration and the Citizenship of ‘Post-Diasporic’ Muslim Children

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Publication Conference Paper, peer reviewed
Title Education, Migration and the Citizenship of ‘Post-Diasporic’ Muslim Children
Author(s) Stoltz, Pauline
Date 2008
English abstract
This paper discusses the ways in which “post-diasporic” Muslim children (second and subsequent generations) in western European welfare states (with examples from Sweden, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands) are perceived as present individuals with rights and responsibilities – or as so called ‘citizen-beings’ - and as citizens of the future - or so called ‘citizen-becomings’ in educational political discourses. It addresses current shifts in discourses on the rights and responsibilities of individual (such as different categories of children and parents) and collective actors (such as states) in welfare state policies and the ways in which a globalization of rights and responsibilities can or cannot contribute with solutions to inequalities and injustices which amongst others “post-diasporic” Muslim children encounter.
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) citizenship
Humanities/Social Sciences
Note Paper presented at the panel on ‘Post-Diaspora Politics: Psychological challenges for minority and majority communities in the West’ at the International Society for Political Psychology (ISPP) 2008 conference. Paris, France, 9-12 July 2008. OBS! Samma paper lades även fram på forskarseminariet på Globala politiska studier, Malmö högskola den 8 oktober 2008.
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