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La construction du problème de l'immigration en République tchèque : l'action publique sous influence européenne ?

Abstract : The geopolitical history of the Czech Republic, characterized by its communist past, the construction of an independent State at the beginning of the 1990s, the entry into to the EU in 2004 and into the Schengen area in 2007, seems to be a privileged field for observing how the issue of irregular migration and its control has been constructed, or even invented, in the new EU member States in the last twenty years. Beyond analyses of europeanization as a "top-down" transfer of European models imposed to national actors, this article seeks to explore the influence, in the process of reappropriation of European norms, of socio-professional careers and roles of the main actors locally and nationally involved in the definition of the immigration "problem". This interdisciplinary and multi-level approach, inspired both by the sociology of public action and the tradition of ethnographic observations, should enable to bring a new light on what founds the legitimacy of the European project in matters of migration policy, in the Czech Republic as well as in other States which have recently joined the EU and/or the Schengen area.
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Mathilde Darley. La construction du problème de l'immigration en République tchèque : l'action publique sous influence européenne ?. Politique européenne, l'Harmattan, 2010, pp.65-90. ⟨halshs-00648836⟩

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