Those Who Belong and Those Who Don’t: Physical and Mental Borders in Europe

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Yuval-Davis, N. 2016. Those Who Belong and Those Who Don’t: Physical and Mental Borders in Europe. Green European Journal. 12, pp. 44-49.
AuthorsYuval-Davis, N.
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Europe promotes migration and mobility but new or ‘different’ Europeans are still stigmatised and marginalised in our societies. Today, neither refugee status nor citizenship can tear down the mental borders between people who inhabit the same cities or neighbourhoods. Sociology professor Nira Yuval-Davis writes about the meaning of borders, and how they make us differentiate between ‘us’ and ‘the other’ in our daily lives.

JournalGreen European Journal
Journal citation12, pp. 44-49
Year2016
PublisherGreen European Foundation
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Copyright informationThis text is an edited compilation of Professor Nira Yuval-Davis’ answers to questions by the Green European Journal
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