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Mobilisations collectives et recomposition de l’action publique autour de l’enjeu migratoire en Sicile (1986-2012)

Abstract : This thesis analyses the confluence of the migration phenomenon as it emerges in Sicily, the birth of a local network of “pro immigration” activists, connected to the national and European levels, and the reorganiation of public action, based on the delegation of responsibilities in the healthcare and migration sectors to local authorities and non-state actors. Based on fieldwork carried out in Sicily, this research uses conceptual tools taken from migration studies, research on collective mobilisations, public policy and the nonprofit sector. Collective mobilisations in Sicily between 1986 and 2012 are studied: the emergence, structuration and evolution of activist networks are studied, from a socio-historical perspective and an analysis of career trajectories. This activist network works within a larger logic of redeployment of state arrangements, which enables us to examine the multiple relationships that exist between the multitude of state and non-state actors involved in the governance of foreigners in Sicily.
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Marie Bassi. Mobilisations collectives et recomposition de l’action publique autour de l’enjeu migratoire en Sicile (1986-2012). Science politique. Institut d'études politiques de Paris - Sciences Po, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015IEPP0020⟩. ⟨tel-03646987⟩

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