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Politisation et sécuritisation des migrations internationales : une relation à définir


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Authors

Bourbeau, Philippe 

Abstract

Drawing upon the contributions to the 2011 special issue of Critique Internationale addressing the politicization of individuals, this article takes a complementary approach that underscores the relevance and validity of bringing an international perspective to bear on discussions of politicization by juxtaposing processes of politicization and securitization in the domain of post-Cold War international migrations. The main argument of the article is that these two processes, while distinct, are neither mutually exclusive nor intrinsically in competition with one another. The case of international migrations to Canada and, in particular, the ways in which some media and political agents have emphasized these two processes serve to illustrate the argument.

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This is the final published version. It first appeared at http://www.cairn-int.info/resume.php?ID_ARTICLE=E_CRII_061_0127.

Keywords

4408 Political Science, 44 Human Society

Journal Title

Critique internationale

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Journal ISSN

1290-7839
1777-554X

Volume Title

61

Publisher

CAIRN