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Nothing Personal: Geographies of Governing and Activism in the British Asylum System by Nick Gill
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Nick Gill
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Wiley-Blackwell
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240
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9781118315965
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In this groundbreaking new study, Nick Gill provides a conceptually innovative account of the ways in which indifference to the desperation and hardship faced by thousands of migrants fleeing persecution and exploitation comes about.

  • Features original, unpublished empirical material from four Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded projects
  • Challenges the consensus that border controls are necessary or desirable in contemporary society
  • Demonstrates how immigration decision makers are immersed in a suffocating web of institutionalized processes that greatly hinder their objectivity and limit their access to alternative perspectives
  • Theoretically informed throughout, drawing on the work of a range of social theorists, including Max Weber, Zygmunt Bauman, Emmanuel Levinas, and Georg Simmel

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