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Download e-book for iPad: Coercive Concern: Nationalism, Liberalism, and the Schooling by Reva Jaffe-Walter

By Reva Jaffe-Walter

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Many liberal-minded Western democracies delight themselves on their commitments to egalitarianism, the reasonable remedy of immigrants, and definitely the right to schooling. those environments would appear to supply a best-case situation for the reception of immigrant early life. yet that's not continuously the case. Coercive quandary explores how stereotypes of Muslim immigrants in Western liberal societies stream via public faculties into daily interactions, informing how Muslim formative years are perceived through academics and friends. past easily determining the presence of racialized speech in faculties, this booklet uncovers how coercive assimilation is cloaked in benevolent narratives of care and concern.

Coercive predicament offers an ethnographic critique of the "concern" that animates integration coverage in Danish colleges. Reva Jaffe-Walter specializes in the studies of Muslim adolescence at a public institution the place over forty% of the scholar physique is of immigrant descent, exhibiting how faculties function as websites of governance. those efforts are led by means of political leaders who advertise nationwide fears of immigrant take-over, through academics in faculties, and through daily voters who're excited by "problems" of immigration. Jaffe-Walter exposes the psychic and fabric charges immigrant early life suffer while residing within the shadow of social scrutiny, yet she additionally charts a course ahead through uncovering the assets those formative years have to reach social mobility and good fortune.

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Thus, globalization drives a need to defend the “imagined community” of the nation, what Hedetoft (2006: 406) describes as a “right peopling” of the state. We hear this in the words of politicians across Europe and the United States who propagate fears of immigrant takeover and design policies that seek to control the flow of immigrants (Chavez 2013). In the wake of 9/11 and the “war on terror,” anti-Muslim discourses and policies have gained traction as right-wing leaders in Europe and the United States have publicized and exploited fears about the possibility of a Muslim takeover (Nussbaum 2012; Bunzl 2005).

Furthermore, they authorize “concerned” citizens to take action, unleashing new forms of everyday intervention and violence. The narratives of Muslim youth that are presented in Chapters 3 through 5 of this book reveal the complex ways that young people experience nationalist concern in their everyday lives—the ways that their negotiations of identity are constrained by the figured narratives and stereotypes about Muslims that linger in the air. While these contemporary enactments of racialization reflect older durable narratives about Islam, they also take up a newer post-racial epistemology that is characterized by a denial of the relevance of race (Gilroy 1998; Balibar 1991; Bonilla-Silva 2003).

As I walked the hallways of Engby School with him, students would frequently stop him to chat, or grab him by the arm 38 Imagining the Nation: Danish Citizens and Muslim Others to get his attention. The sound of “Per,” “Per,” “Per” would ring out behind us as we walked the halls. As we stood in the school cantina, he described the challenges of having warm relationships with students and also being a disciplinarian while three fourth-grade students, a Somali girl and two Danish boys, ran in circles around him singing.

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