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Type : Enregistrement sonoreGenre : Colloque, conférenceAuteur: Interviewer, CAESTECKER, FranckEditeur : Paris : Cité nationale de l'histoire de l'immigration (CNHI) , 2011Résumé : Résumé : "Most historical research in the field of migration studies has focused on the political struggle to develop a distinct policy for refugees while a protectionist immigration policy was being developed. The political and sociological reality of refugees did not always correspond. Historians should see further than administrative categories of policy making and use an independent category refugee. However where should the historian draw the line? Where does the refugee begin and where does the (economic) migrant end? Are historians the eligibility officers for the human past? The 20th century refugee experience has also to be addressed in cultural terms. Were refugees different guests than migrants? Forced to leave and precluded from returning did their place of asylum become their new home more quickly than for other migrants?" - Présentation éditeurRessources en ligne (Internet) : Cliquez ici pour consulter en ligneSujet - Nom commun : histoire des migrations | réfugié | statut Sujet - Nom géographique : Europe -- pays d'accueil Dewey : 325.1Plan de classement : : 1 Introduction à l’histoire de l’immigration | 1A Histoire de l’immigration
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Résumé "Most historical research in the field of migration studies has focused on the political struggle to develop a distinct policy for refugees while a protectionist immigration policy was being developed. The political and sociological reality of refugees did not always correspond. Historians should see further than administrative categories of policy making and use an independent category refugee.
However where should the historian draw the line? Where does the refugee begin and where does the (economic) migrant end? Are historians the eligibility officers for the human past?
The 20th century refugee experience has also to be addressed in cultural terms. Were refugees different guests than migrants? Forced to leave and precluded from returning did their place of asylum become their new home more quickly than for other migrants?" - Présentation éditeur

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