La securitización de la migración internacional: percepción de la UE sobre el flujo de rumanos hacia el Reino Unido 2007-2014

Citation data:

instname:Universidad del Rosario

Publication Year:
2016
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Repository URL:
http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/11910
Author(s):
Castro Mora, María Fernanda; Internacionalista
Publisher(s):
Facultad de Relaciones Internacionales; Universidad del Rosario
Tags:
Securitización; Actor securitizador; Objeto referente; Inmigración; 327; Emigración e inmigración; Seguridad internacional; Países de la unión europea; Rumania; Países de la unión europea::Relaciones Exteriores; Securitization; Securitizing actor; Referent object; Immigration; Países de la Unión Europea; Países de la Unión Europea -- Relaciones exteriores -- Rumania
thesis / dissertation description
The concept of international security has managed to expand towards the inclusion of non- traditional threats. In this context, the phenomenon of international migration begins to be part of governments’ agenda, being understood as a threat to national security. This investigation aims to examine UK’s 2007-2014 securitizing discourse on Romanian immigration in order to determine the impact that it has had on the perception of international migration as a matter of security in the EU. The understanding of UK’s immigration discourse under the securitization theory and the analysis of European public opinion show that, even if the discourse has influenced the national context, it has had a low impact on the perception of international migration as a threat for the EU.