MCPS065 Multiculturalism, Immigration, Minorities and Citizenship

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Kurssi alkaa ja päättyy

23.11.2016 - 09.12.2016.

Kurssin sisältö

The course familiarises the participants with the concepts of and social scientific approaches to multiculturalism and introduces students to recent empirical studies. The framework consists of manifold approaches to citizenship, ethnic and cultural identity, migration and governance of ethnic relations and minority affairs.


Students are familiar with the European models of multiculturalism and their key issues and challenges. Students are able to analytically apply this knowledge on the basis of theories of social scientific multiculturalism research. Students recognise the differences and similarities between the approaches and are able to critically evaluate them. The course also provides students with tools to follow and analyse debates on multiculturalism as well as to express views and arguments on multiculturalism.


1. Kymlicka, Will (1995): Multicultural Citizenship: A Liberal Theory of Minority Rights
Parekh, Bhikhu (2000/2006): Rethinking Multiculturalism: Cultural Diversity and Political Theory

2. Eriksen, Thomas Hylland (2002/2010): Ethnicity and Nationalism

3. Koopmans, Ruud et al. (eds.) (2005): Contested Citizenship: Immigration and Cultural Diversity in Europe
Rex, John & G. Singh (eds.) (2004): Governance in Multicultural Societies
Saukkonen, Pasi (2007): Politiikka monikulttuurisessa yhteiskunnassa

4. Hall, Thomas D. & James. V. Fenelon (2009): Indigenous Peoples and Globalization. Resistance and Revitalization
Rechel, Bernd (ed.) (2008): Minority Rights in Central and Eastern Europe
Voss, Kim & Bloemraad, Irene (eds.) (2011): Rallying for Immigrant Rights. The Fight for Inclusion in 21st Century America
Saukkonen, Pasi (2010): Kotouttaminen ja kulttuuripolitiikka
Martikainen, Tuomas ym. (toim.) (2013): Muuttajat. Kansainvälinen muuttoliike ja suomalainen yhteiskunta