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The political functions of expert knowledge: knowledge and legitimation in European Union immigration policy
ABSTRACT Most literature on knowledge utilization is premised on rationalist theories of organizations: bureaucracies draw on knowledge instrumentally, either to expand their power or to adjustExpand
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The ‘external dimension’ of EU immigration and asylum policy
Since the late 1990s, the EU has sought to develop the so-called ‘external dimension’ of cooperation on immigration and asylum: attempts to manage migration through cooperation with migration sendingExpand
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The Political Uses of Expert Knowledge: Immigration Policy and Social Research
List of figures and tables Acknowledgements Part I. The Political Functions of Knowledge: 1. The puzzle: explaining the uses of knowledge 2. Instrumental knowledge and organizational legitimacy 3.Expand
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Theorizing Migration Policy: Is There a Third Way? 1
This article critically reviews theories of migration policy according to two criteria: methodological rigor and explanatory plausibility. It finds that political economy accounts are theoreticallyExpand
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Migration Control in Europe After 9/11: Explaining the Absence of Securitization
Rejecting the predominant view that 9/11 encouraged a ‘securitization’ of migration control, this article argues that political discourse and practice in Europe have remained surprisingly unaffectedExpand
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European Migration Policies in Flux: Changing Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion
Introduction. 1. The Evolution of Postwar European Migration Policies. 2. New Policies on Labour Migration. 3. Asylum--seekers and Illegal Immigrants. 4. Labour Migration, Integration and Diversity.Expand
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Migration and Mobility in the European Union
Studying Migration and Mobility in the European Union Migration and Migration Policy in Europe The EU Dimension of Migration and Asylum Policy Labour Migration Family Migration Irregular ImmigrationExpand
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Spreading the costs of asylum seekers: A critical assessment of dispersal policies in Germany and the UK
The Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society was established by an agreement between the British and German governments after a state visit to britain by the late PresidentExpand
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Work stress and job satisfaction for the community health nurse.
  • C. Boswell
  • Medicine
  • Journal of community health nursing
  • 1 December 1992
The nursing profession has changed from the concept of the physician's handmaiden by the bedside to one of leadership within the community health setting. With the advent of the prospective paymentExpand
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