I need to submit master level take home exam which consists of three essays each should be 1000-1200 words. The block is examined through three…

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The paper has to include a recognised documentation system for the citation of course literature and/or other sources. Please use one of the following systems: the Harvard system.
Note that plagiarism is not allowed. All suspected plagiarism is reported to the university and disciplinary actions may be taken.
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
multicultural policy/iesindigenous population
Assignment 3
Reading Books:
• Jenkins, R (2008). Social Identity, London: Routledge.
• Martinello, M. & Rath, J. (red). 2010. Selected Studies in International
Migration and Immigrant Incorporation Amsterdam. Amsterdam University Press
(640 pp.)
• Özkirimli, U. 2017 (2010). Theories of Nationalism. A critical introduction. London.
Macmillan. (288 pp.)
Articles and books available online:
• Amin, Ash “Ethnicity and the multicultural city: living with diversity” in Environment
and Planning A 2002, volume 34, p 959-980 (online)
• Blan, Judith R. and Brown, Eric “Du Bois and Diasporic Identity: The Veil and the
Unveiling Project” in Lyall Smith, Keri and Leavy, Patricia (ed) (2008) Hybrid
Identities: Theoretical and Empirical Examinations. Boston: Brill Academy Publisher
chapter 3, on line: Ebrary.
• Barry, Brian (1998) “The Limits of Cultural Politics”, Review of International Studies
24(3): 307-319.
• Barth, William Kurt (2008) On Cultural Rights: The Equality of Nations and the
Minority Legal Tradition (chapter 5, p 155-201): Martines Nijhoff Publisher [ebrary
• Darling Wolf, Fabienne “Disturbingly Hybrid or Distressingly Patriarchal? Gender
Hybridity in a Global Environment” Chapter 4 in Lyall Smith, Keri and Leavy,
Patricia (ed) (2008) Hybrid Identities: Theoretical and Empirical Examinations.
Boston: Brill Academy Publisher (on line: Ebrary)
• Elgenius, Gabriella (2011) ‘The politics of recognition: symbols, nation building and
rival nationalisms’, Nations and Nationalism (Volume 17, Issue 2).
• Hellström, Anders, Nilsson, Tom and Pauline Stoltz (2012) ‘Nationalism vs.
Nationalism: The Challenge of the Sweden Democrats in the Swedish Public Debate’,
Government and Opposition (Volume 47, Issue 2).
• Joppke, Christian (2004) “The retreat of multiculturalism in the liberal state”, The
British Journal of Sociology, Volume 55, Issue 2, pp. 237-257.
• Kukathas, Chandran (1998) “Liberalism and Multiculturalism: The Politics of
Indifference”, Political Theory 26(5): 686-699.
• Kymlicka, Will (1996) “Interpreting Group Rights”, The Good Society 6(2): 8-11.
• Kymlicka, Will (1998) “Introduction: An Emerging Consensus?”, Ethical Theory and
Moral Practice 1(2): 143-157.
• Kymlicka, Will (2010) “Testing the Liberal Multicultural Hypothesis: Normative
Theories and Social Science Evidence”, Canadian Journal of Political Science 43(2):
• Margalit, Avishai and Halbertal, Moshe (2004/1994) “Liberalism and the Right to
Culture”, Social Research 71(3): 529-548.
• Medda-Windischer, Roberta “Changing Paradigm in the Traditional Dichotomy of
Old and New Minorities” (p195-218) in Studies in International Minority and Group
Rights, Volume 1 : Double Standards Pertaining to Minority Protection (2010) (Ed)
Henrard, Kristin: Brill Academic Publishers [ebrary reader].
• Moller Okin, Susan (1998) “Feminism and Multiculturalism: Some Tensions”, Ethics
108(4): 661-684.
• Pantea, Maria-Carmen: From ‘Making a Living’ to ‘Getting ahead’: Roma Women’s
Experiences of Migration in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Volume 38:8
2012 p1251-1268 (online).

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