Categoria: Discrimination

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On Terminology

The inherently political nature of migration – immersed in the paradox of being a publicly engaging topic but also highly contested, internationally important although context specific – makes it controversial to attribute meaning. As Moore observes, migration is a “(…) contested and continually reinvented concept conditioned by multiple specific, local and transnational heterogeneous contexts”[1]. As a historical human phenomenon, migration comprises economic, dangers of all kinds and ‘lifestyle’ factors in its...

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