- Space, Time, and Volition: Dimensions of Migration Theory
- War, Natural Disasters, and Forced Migration
- Beyond Transnationalism: An Alternative Perspective on Immigrants’ Homeland Connections
- Economic Effects of Migration: Receiving States
- Economic Effects of Emigration on Sending Countries
- Effects of Migration: Political Parties
- Immigrant Participation
- The Social Effects of Immigration
- Migration and Culture
- Dimensions of Immigration Policy
- Explaining Migration Policy: Historical Perspectives
- Public Opinion and Populism
- Interest Group Politics and Immigration Policy
- Migration and International Relations
- Segmented Assimilation and the American Experience of Asian Immigrant Children
- Pathways of Incorporation for Immigrant Citizens in the United States: Perspectives on Historical Patterns
- Aliens and People of Color: The Multidimensional Relationship of Immigration Policy and Racial Classification in the United States
- Conceptualizing Transborder Communities
- Gender, Family, and Migration
- Immigration, Crime, and Terrorism
- An Enduring Dilemma: Immigration and Organized Labor in Western Europe and the United States
- Regions and Regionalism
- Migration and Citizenship: Normative Debates
- Poles Apart: The Politics of Illegal Immigration in America
Abstract and Keywords
This article focuses on Europe, particularly Great Britain, France, and the European Union (EU), as examples of the effects of migration on multiparty systems and the politics of immigration. It examines the rise of radical Right parties; their impact on mainstream parties; and their impact on policy, including antidiscrimination policy.
Terri E. Givens is an Associate Professor in the Department of Government at the University of Texas at Austin. She has conducted extensive research on the politics of immigration, radical right parties, and antidiscrimination policy. Her most recent publication is the book Legislating Equality: The Politics of Antidiscrimination Policy in Europe with Oxford University Press.
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