It is hypothesised that talk on immigration involves a re-elaboration of national identity and re-definition of the ingroup/nation and outgroup/immigrant representation. However, as revealed in comparisons made possible by the newly available data set from Greece's first regularization programme, the migration experience of Greece departs radically from that of other southern European countries. ESS data is archived and The discourse of social exclusion of immigrants in Greece and Italy. Generally, self-employed, wealthier workers tended to under-report income while over-reporting debt payments. The second arrived after 1995, and involved much greater participation of immigrants from other Balkan states, the former Soviet Union, Pakistan, and India. However, the use of a single currency highlighted a structural difference between Greece and other member countries, notably Germany, and exacerbated the government’s fiscal problems. Interpreting this response from the perspective of societal security, we analyse both public opinion data and elite discourse. The first was that of the early 1990s, in which Albanians dominated. synthesis', in Vincenzo Ruggiero, Nigel South and Ian Taylor (eds), The New European Moreover, it is expected that immigrants are represented as Others, alien to the ingroup and, therefore, to be excluded from the host society. Not only are migrant communities, particularly the Albanian, viewed as hotbeds of crime but racist violence against these communities is not viewed as a signi-ficant problem by the Greek police, who are usually indifferent to racially motivated crimes and often view racist incidents as acts of self-defence by Greeks against the criminal ‘other’. Compared to Germany, Greece had a much lower rate of productivity making Greek goods and services far less competitive. The essay discusses mainly the immigrants' efforts to establish associations and prayer halls as well as the state's initiative to establish a central mosque in the suburbs of Athens. It mostly consists of islands, which include many from fables, such as Corfu, Crete, the Cyclades and the Sporades. Evaluating Greek immigration policies since the 1990s' , unpublished paper, Hellenic Observatory, European Institute. See, for Further, the single currency would eliminate many transaction costs, leaving more money for the deficit and debt reduction. Bend. We argue that this policy is defined by the commitments and the obligations undertaken by Greece as a member of the EU, but also by the number, the ethnic composition, the economic and social situation of immigrants, the attitudes of Greeks towards them and, also, the effects of their presence. ties ought to foster bonds of amity among nations and thus reduce the chances of war. 'Symbolic' predispositions, such as preferences for cultural unity, have a stronger statistical effect than economic dissatisfaction. It argues that (in)securitization of immigration and illiberal practices are effects of the very functioning of a transnational field of (in)security professionals that are produced through the structural competition between different actors of this field over the definition of security and the appropriate control and management of immigration. Iordanis Psimmenos, 'Creating spaces of social exclusion: the case of Albanian clandestine Contrary to past surveys these factors are never examined in Greece, so the findings of this research are a clear contribution to the academic literature. Press, London, 1993; Theodoros Iosifides and Russell King, 'Socio-spatial dynamics and Analysis of respondents in twenty countries sampled in the 2002-03 European Social Survey demonstrates that they are unenthusiastic about high levels of immigration and typically overestimate the actual number of immigrants living in their country. and immigrants', Social Policy and Administration, 37(2), April 2003, pp. Its underlying assumption is that migration from the former post-communist countries to Greece is not a homogeneous phenomenon, thus allowing for a distinction and comparison between the migration waves from Poland and Albania to Greece. While Greece had structural issues in the form of corrupt tax evasion practices, Eurozone membership allowed the country to hide from these problems for a time but ultimately created an economic straitjacket and an insurmountable debt crisis evidenced by the country's massive default. All rights reserved. After beating his mother to near death one night, John's father was finally convicted and sentenced to prison. Kakavia Journal: with nothing to lose, Albanians invade Greece. In 2010, U.S. financial rating agencies stamped Greek bonds with a "junk" grade. We code the images based on whether they include visual representations of the border and immigration enforcement, whether illegality and/or criminal behavior is shown or implied, and the activities in which the immigrants are engaged. Edition 5.1,, http://europeansocial survey.org.. See R. Jowell and the Central Coordinating Team, European Social Survey 2002/2003: Technical Report, Centre for Methods: Like other members of the EU, Greek authorities have tried twice, in 1997 and in 2001, to legalize the illegal immigrants. In Study 2, mock jurors judged the adult defendant more harshly than they did the juvenile defendant, but only when they experienced anger and sadness, and in some cases fear. January 2004, p. 164). See his Building on this research, we examine images of immigrants, borders, and legality in the media’s coverage of immigration. He analyses post-Cold War, post-East-West power relations and traces the consequences of changed relationships between the great powers of the North (or 'centre') for states in the South (or 'periphery'). Findings are discussed under the light of sociological and social psychological research on the issue. Officially called the Hellenic Republic, Greece is an absolutely stunning country. While Greece was accepted to the EMU in 2001, it did so under false pretenses as its deficit and debt were nowhere near within the Maastricht limits. 148– 164. we have in mind Benedict Anderson's notion of 'imagined communities'. The main questions the article will try to address are: How have Greek political, On the evening of Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination, Jim Lehrer asked the India experts who were guests on his McNeil-Lehrer News Hour if the Gandhi family had been the glue that held India together. Title Director Cast Genre … J. Simon and Keri W. Sikich, 'Public attitudes towards immigrants and immigration policies The concept of societal security as developed by the Copenhagen school has three underlying weaknesses: a tendency to reify societies as independent social agents, a use of too vague a definition of ‘identity’, and a failure to demonstrate sufficiently that social security matters to individuals. It began in 2008 and peaked between 2010 and 2012. Nouray Ibryamova, 'Migration from Central and Eastern Europe and societal security in the Prior to his parents divorcing, John unwillingly watched his father mentally and physically abuse his mother on a regular basis. To an extent unparalleled in southern Europe, Greece has been subject to an immigration impact as the result of the collapse of communist regimes in Eastern Europe, some of which share borders with Greece. While the German economy benefited from increased exports to Greece, banks, including German banks, benefited from Greek borrowing to finance cheap imported German goods and services. Wishing to shed light on how national contexts impact transnational solidarity organising, we draw on a fresh set of cross-national evidence from a random sample of 277 transnational solidarity organisations (TSOs) in Greece, Germany, and Denmark. See Dimitris A. Antoniou, 'Muslim Significant transformations in the ways the ethnic “self” and its relationship to the “other” are perceived have led to the transgression of the two traditional poles (East and West) that were prevalent in the definition of Greekness since the creation of the Greek nation-state. The prevalence of this behavior reveals that rather than being a behind-the-scenes problem, it was actually more of a social norm that was not remedied in time. in Salonica: Itineraries of Prosperity and Public Image, Paratiritis, Thessaloniki, 2001 (in Greek); Who is against immigration? The measures, applied amidst the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, proved to be one of the largest factors attributing to Greece's economic implosion. and Krystyna Romaniszyn, 'Albanian and Polish undocumented workers in Greece: a The adoption of the euro only highlighted the competitiveness gap as it made German goods and services relatively cheaper than those in Greece. These austerity measures created a vicious cycle of recession with unemployment reaching 25.4% in August 2012. cit., p. 1039. SORA, Attitudes Towards Minority Groups in the European Union: A Special Analysis of the Conference, Leicester, April 1995. For most of the 2000s, the interest rates that Greece faced were similar to those faced by Germany. economy, its reliance on exports to China, and the concentration of these exports in a small number of sectors make it an This article focuses on the securitization of migration in Greece through the case of the Evros anti-immigrant fence. Study 2 examined to what extent angry, fearful, sad, and neutral mock jurors used these stereotypes to make judgments of guilt when presented with a juvenile tried as an adult, or an adult charged with the same crime. ESS data is archived and Greece defaulted in the amount of €1.6 billion to the IMF in 2015. is the key factor in shaping voters’ fears of a Chinese security threat. Social identity theory thus supports the societal security concept in its central assumptions while giving it stronger theoretical foundations and greater analytical clout. Category:1990 in Greece. The Byzantine Empire had ruled most of the Greek-speaking world since late Antiquity, but experienced a decline as a result of Muslim Arab and Seljuk Turkish invasions and was fatally weakened by the sacking of Constantinople by the Latin Crusaders in 1204. Greece joined the Eurozone in 2001, and some consider that the Eurozone partly to blame for Greece's downfall. As capital began to dry up, Greece faced a liquidity crisis, forcing the government to seek bailout funding, which they eventually received with staunch conditions. : 1940s; 1950s; 1960s; 1970s; 1980s; 1990s; 2000s; 2010s; 2020s; 2030s; Subcategories. Albania to Greece: economic, social and spatial exclusion', in Russell King et al., op. exclusion of immigrants in Greece and Italy', in Russell King, Gabriella Lazridis and The data used is produced in the context of the TRANSSOL project by a new methodological approach (action organisation analysis) based on hubs-retrieved organisational websites and their subsequent content analysis. It is shown that Muslims in Greece include not only economic migrants but also an indigenous population residing in the northern part of the country. These lower interest rates allowed Greece to borrow at a much cheaper rate than before 2001, fueling an increase in spending. Since existing treaty sources of IHL do not provide a definition of what activities amount to "direct participation in hostilities", the ICRC in 2009 released an Interpretive Guide on the Notion of Direct Participation in Hostilities - in the hope of providing a neutral, impartial and balanced interpretation of the longstanding IHL principle of direct participation in hostilities. Tax revenues weakened, which made Greece’s fiscal position worse. Katerina Mantouvalou, 'Immigration as a security concern: the case of Greece', Slovo, 17(2), In 2004, the Greek government admitted that it had fudged its budget figures in order to join the Eurozone and boost its economy. Study 1 assessed which. Science, 2005, pp. International human rights law grants minorities the same basic human rights and freedoms enjoyed by others. A convenience sample (n = 934) was used from six National Health System hospitals, and two University Schools of Nursing in central and northern Greece completed the Greek version of the DAP-R, It is now widely argued that the contemporary city is becoming an increasingly hostile environment for homeless people. This sudden influx activated a defense mechanism on the part of the state, with political elites, security professionals, and the mass media, all contributing to the discursive criminalization of migration (Karyotis, 2012; Migration and unregistered labour in the Greek economy. Racism and Discrimination against Immigrants and Minorities in Greece: The State of Play, Hellenic League for Human Rights. See, for example, Kiprianos et al., op. Karakatsanis is Professor of Political Science at Indiana University South Bend. migration', in Russell King, Gabriella Lazaridis and Charalambos Tsardanidis (eds), Eldorado Ole Waever, op. Bailouts from the International Monetary Fund and other European creditors were conditional on Greek budget reforms, specifically, spending cuts and higher tax revenues. 47.1, Luxembourg, 1997; and How have they capitalized on current and old fears about Islam? Criminology: Crime and Social Order in Europe, Routledge, New York, 1998, p. 355. Then Turkey threatened to attack the Greek Cypriot-run internationally recognised Republic of Cyprus if it deployed Russian long-range S-300 air defence missiles. ; Eleni-Andriani, 'Immigration's part in the reconfiguration of distributed by Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD). At the age of nineteen, John found himself alone after his mother died from a severe beating from her second husband. This paper contributes to a small but growing body of work examining the development of the 'spaces of care' springing up in the interstices of a 'revanchist' city, by examining the development and internal dynamics of day centres for homeless people in the UK. For the latter was in contact with the British; and the British wished Greece to be involved into the Second WW in order to establish air bases on Greek territory 22(2/3), July 2003, p. 156; and Panos Hatziprokopiou, 'Albanian immigrants in Thessaloniki, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. cit., p. 80. This newest American terrorist recruit has just been propelled into a life of radical extremism through several social variables that ultimately paved the way for what began as an innocent impressionable child subjected to multiple violent family issues to an individual seeking social acceptance from anyone who offered a perception of understanding and personal involvement. The minorities have resisted this assimilation, or Burmanisation, because they wish to protect their identities. The Byzantine Empire was restored by the Palaiologosdynasty in 1261, but it was a sha… Stathis Balias and Vaggelis PassasGreek policy towards immigration and immigrants' , Social Policy and Administration. Thus, the most influential securitizing actors, with the required societal currency, know-how, and status, are usually political elites such as those in government (Waever 1995). Greece is a maritime, mountainous country in south/east Europe, bounded by Albania, Macedonia and Bulgaria to the north and Turkey to the east. While some said Greece simply fell into "arrears," its missed payment of €1.6 billion to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was the first time in history a developed nation has missed such a payment. The analysis highlights the role of historical interpretations of Greek national identity and contemporary problems related to new waves of migration due to Greece’s place on the border with Turkey and with the broader Islamic world. 3 -4. identities, interests and information', British Journal of Political Science, 37(3), July 2007; Rita Eurobarometer 2000 Opinion Poll on Behalf of the European Monitoring, Centre of Racism and Without a strong figure in the center, he wondered, what would keep India’s diverse ethnic and religious groups from killing each other? The peninsula is bounded by the Ionian, Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. Here, we have in mind Benedict Anderson's notion of 'imagined communities'. The latter state in turn often produces a desire to assimilate or eliminate the opposing group, particularly in the case of backward groups who may experience a sense of hostility towards groups perceived as forward at a level of intensity quite disproportionate to any actual threat.1. What have been the implications of this discourse on state policies toward Islam? The main social security fund, the Social Insurance Institute (IKA), is prone to recurrent funding crises. The Guide proposes a three-pronged test which establishes a threshold of harm, and requires direct causation together with a belligerent nexus. In line with this argument, xenophobia should have been accentuated in Greece after the outburst of the economic crisis in 2009. and Xenophobia in Europe, Eurobarometer Opinion Poll No. Us? In allowing migrants to author their own narratives of border-crossing into a new "homeland," these theatrical endeavours attempt to break both the monologism of Greek theatre and monolithic understandings of national identity. rootlessness', in G. G. Vgenopoulos (ed. Migration Citizenship Education Programme, 2006,, http://www.migrationeducation.org/ •to study the historical evolution of the phenomenon of xenophobia in Greece from the 1990s onwards; In this essay their migration process, numbers, settlement patterns and demographic characteristics are presented. The internal consistency for each of the subscales ranged from 0.64 to 0.88. The article seeks to show how, in seeking to maintain their collective identity, minorities are necessarily imbued with a certain ‘societal security-ness’, which, if removed, results in the death of the minority as a distinctive group. immigration or immigrants in the U.S. between 2000 and 2010. The eurozone is a geographic area that consists of the European Union (EU) countries that have fully incorporated the euro as their national currency. In 1981, Greece becomes the 10th member of the EU and Spain and Portugal follow five years later. Jump to navigation Jump to search. time, larger changes occurring in the first half of treatment. The initial response in Greece to the unexpected emergence of mass migration to that country in the 1990s was one that framed the issue of migration as a threat to both Greek culture and individuals' personal security—as existential dangers from which both the Greek state and society needed protection. Factors like negotiating auditing fee, professional sanctions, legal liability, fear of loss of reputation and clientele as a result of inappropriate auditing behaviour. Gabriella Lazaridis and Charalambos Tsadanidis (eds), op. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. See also, Lois Labrianidis and Antigone Limberaki, Albanian Immigrants or Fortress? Results of Study 1 showed that men endorsed some stereotypes to a greater extent for the juvenile tried as an adult compared to the other defendants, while women did not. Suddenly, Greece was perceived as a safe place to invest, which significantly lowered the interest rates the Greek government was required to pay. ), On Security, Columbia the twenty-first century', Mediterranean Politics, 12(1), March 2007, p. 78). Its official currency is the euro. Muslims are the second largest religious group in Greece. There is no universally accepted definition of “minorities” under international, European Union (EU), or generally under domestic laws. ; and See R. Jowell and the Central Coordinating Team, European Social Survey 2002/2003: Technical Report, Centre for It's this social learning that ultimately led John down the path to prison and subsequently becoming vulnerable to the recruitment of either a domestic terrorist organization or a jihadist organization while he was serving a two year prison term for assault on one of his female companions. Athens, 2000; Anna Triandafyllidou, 'Racists? Tensions between Turkey and several eastern Mediterranean states could soon escalate into the most dangerous crisis the region has faced since the late 1990s. Greece: processes of economic and social incorporation', Journal of Ethnic Migration Early parliamentary elections were held in Greece on 8 April 1990. Over the last decade, the unprecedented influx of refugees and migrants into the European Union has posed a significant challenge to Europe, with solidarity being contested at two fronts: first, the question of solidarity with refugees in terms of meeting adequate measures of protection and satisfying their elementary needs; and second, the question of solidarity within the European Union in terms of sharing the costs and burden of hosting these refugees among the member states. Vasilis Karydis, 'Criminality or criminalisation of immigrants in Greece? Xenophobia, Vienna, 2001. To read the full-text of this research, you can request a copy directly from the authors. During and after economic crises voters seem to be attracted by narratives constructed around feelings of national insecurity and varieties of political rhetoric that blame minorities and foreigners for the consequences of the crisis. Illiberal practices of liberal regimes have been extensively studied by critical security studies. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Gabriella Lazaridis, 'The Helots of the new In that sense, Western capitalism has triumphed over both communism and Third World ideology. parties reacted to public demand for the construction of a mosque? Consistent with previous literature on public opinion and globalization, but in contrast to an The ramifications of these findings for policy makers are discussed in the context of current debates about immigration and European integration. Among the possibilities he outlines are the development of a civilizational 'cold war' between North and South in the coming decades as Islam is pushed to the front rank of opposition to Western hegemony; continued militarization in the South; and, as decolonization recedes into the distant past, an assault on post-colonial boundaries there, as we saw in the Gulf crisis. Austerity measures created a humanitarian crisis, homelessness increased, suicides hit record highs, and public health significantly deteriorated. I will leave that up to you to grade the coin based on the high resolution scan. Imagined Communities, Verso, London, 1991. Fiscal imbalance is a situation in which all of the future debt obligations of a government vary from the future income streams. the 1990s. Each of these dimensions of work, space and housing acts to confirm immigrants’ social exclusion in the city, reinforced by their undocumented or ‘illegal’ status. Far from helping the Greek economy to get back on its feet, bailouts only served to ensure that Greece’s creditors were paid while the government was forced to scrape together paltry tax collections. Its principal exports include food (especially fruit and nuts), clothing and apparel, machinery, and refined petroleum and petroleum … Before acceptance into the Eurozone in 2001, Greece’s economy was plagued by several problems. We will do so through tri-national comparisons tracing the patterns in which migration-related TSOs appear through time. To get you started, here are 21 of my favorite fun facts about Greece. As a result of his father's ongoing abusive acts towards his mother, John noted how his mother always treated his father with absolute respect through innate fear and grew up identifying extreme violence with power, respect, and reverence. The limitations of official statistics in relation to the criminality of migrants in Greece. Drawing on a vast amount of data from a rich variety of sources and exploiting a wealth of research instruments in a mixed method research design, we will try in this study to test the validity of the above-mentioned arguments, as well as Characteristics of Greece's major source countries differ from those of other countries of southern Europe (1) in that they are former communist countries that appear to have a long and difficult road of economic transition ahead, (2) with respect to proximity, and (3) in terms of dominance of a single source country. immigrants', The Review of Economics and Statistics, 88(3), August 2006. Neovi M. Karakatsanis is Professor of Political Science at Indiana University South Comparison of admission, discharge and mid-treatment scores showed that: (1) There was a larger drop in depression score in the first half of treatment. The discourse of social The major conclusion is that a Jef Huysmans-type deconstructivist strategy, while perhaps conducive to the desecuritization of the individual migrant, is not possible in the case of the collective minority; indeed, the desecuritization of minority rights may well be ‘logically impossible’ in certain cases. It enables us to treat ‘society’ as an independent variable without reifying it as an independent agent. According to conventional wisdom, A growing body of evidence demonstrates that the way the press frames policy issues can foster fear, particularly with respect to portrayals of immigrants. Ethnicity, age and racialized exclusions all intersect with sexist relations and practices within Greek society and the ethnic communities under study. 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