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Looking on the context, perspectives on immigration and its results may be very diverse. whereas a few contend that legal participation by means of migrants is the results of environmental elements present in the host state which are past the regulate of migrants, others blame migrants for all that's flawed of their groups. during this ebook, specialists from Europe, america, Turkey and Israel research fresh advancements within the fields of tradition clash, equipped crime, victimization and terrorism, all of which intersect to various levels with migration and unlawful behavior. whereas the essays extra our knowing of various matters surrounding migration, while they remove darkness from the complexities of coping with the demanding situations as globalization raises.
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Conﬂicts do not simply result from a return to traditional values. They may have quite different causes, including the struggle for land, water or a share in the state’s exploitation machinery, as well as conﬂicts over public morals and cultural hegemony. Culture or Conﬂict? 25 But conﬂicts, however they arise and whatever they are about, turn violent, if there are no institutions within which they can be carried out by other means. Such unregulated conﬂicts (Dubiel 1992; Hirschman 1994) intensify the process of establishing unambiguous identities, the construction of friend and foe, of good and evil.
Although initially there may be room to compromise over some issues (such as access for an ethnic or religious group to civil service or recognition of a minority language), what is ultimately at stake is the “essence” of the collective identity, which engenders its own concrete signals and conﬂict scenarios on this basis. This results, for example, in Ayodhya being posited as the birthplace of a Hindu god as a way of entering into symbolic and real conﬂict with Muslims. The more energy and time that are invested in such an idea, the higher the cost in human life, the “holier” the idea becomes, and the more difﬁcult deescalation becomes.
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