The business of noncitizenship

Bloom, Tendayi, (2016). The business of noncitizenship. Citizenship Studies, 19(8), 892-906

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    Author Bloom, Tendayi
    Title The business of noncitizenship
    Appearing in Citizenship Studies
    Volume 19
    Issue No. 8
    Publication Date 2016-02-12
    Place of Publication London and New York
    Publisher Taylor & Francis
    Start page 892
    End page 906
    Language eng
    Abstract Private actors play an increasing role in mediating the relationship between States and noncitizens and even in creating or perpetuating exclusions associated with noncitizenship. This paper offers a way to analyse the forms of engagement of the for-profit private sector in migration control and asks what it means for how noncitizenship is constructed. It presents the private sector as acting like a buffer, altering whether and how individuals may engage with a State constructing what noncitizenship means within a State’s territory, and removing so-constructed individuals from a relationship with that State. It shows how this may occur directly or indirectly, explicitly or implicitly. The paper addresses two main concerns: the impact on the State-noncitizen relationship and whether there are some areas of the relationship between the State and the noncitizen that should not be so-delegated. It argues that privatised migration control raises problems for standard justifications of migration control and noncitizenship construction.
    Copyright Holder Taylor & Francis
    Copyright Year 2015
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    DOI 10.1080/13621025.2015.1110283
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