This volume identifies empirical sites and methodological frames
for approaching the construction of migration as a public problem.
Starting from the premise that transnationalism becomes structural
in setting the public agenda, the authors explore topics and
arguments on migration in media and political discourses, as well
as the ways migrants and non-migrants recontextualize these
discourses in the process of making sense of migration, as a matter
of citizenship and policy action.
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