Immigrant crime in Europe and Australia: rational or racialised responses?
In Australia and the European Union today there is a very negative immigration discourse linked to the (alleged) criminality of immigrant minorities -particularly those from Asia and the Middle East - and the existence of ethnic criminal gangs. The issue of immigrant crime - linked to the issue of undocumented migrants and refugees - is driving much of the political agenda in Australia and Europe. This paper first reviews the recent European and Australian experience of immigrant crime and the...[Show more]
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