Paul Nesbitt-Larking

Course Title: Multicultural Identities and Citizenship

Course Description: 

This session will focus on the political psychology of multiculturalism and citizenship. In the context of a political psychology of globalization, the session examines patterns of immigration, regimes of citizenship and identity strategies adopted by majorities and minorities across Europe and North America. Profiling the methodologies of discourse and narrative analysis, the session will incorporate consideration of securitization, critical multiculturalism, and the politics of engagement.

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Expiry Date: Saturday 22 February 2014 13:20:47
Assembly date: Mon Sep 01 19:22:58 BST 2014
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