2005 - Hellman Fellow
Her main research concerns Immigration, Politics, Citizenship, Multiculturalism and Gender studies. Her Immigration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic growth and Diversity. Irene Bloemraad has included themes like Political economy and Public administration in her Citizenship study.
Her Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Transnationalism and Development economics. Her Multiculturalism research incorporates themes from Government and Social science. Her Gender studies research includes themes of Social movement and Political socialization.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Immigration, Political economy, Politics, Citizenship and Gender studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic growth, Public relations, Government, Mainstream and Development economics in addition to Immigration. Her study explores the link between Political economy and topics such as Political philosophy that cross with problems in Scholarship.
Her studies deal with areas such as Community organization and Public administration as well as Politics. Her work carried out in the field of Citizenship brings together such families of science as Refugee, State and Multiculturalism. Her Gender studies study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ethnic group and Media studies.
Irene Bloemraad mainly focuses on Immigration, Citizenship, Political economy, Politics and Gender studies. Irene Bloemraad interconnects Civil rights, National identity and Civic engagement in the investigation of issues within Immigration. Her Citizenship research incorporates elements of Nationality, Globalization, Refugee and State.
Her Political economy research incorporates themes from Interpersonal communication, Polity, Social integration, Conflict resolution and Social movement. Her work deals with themes such as Economic growth and Newspaper, which intersect with Politics. She has researched Gender studies in several fields, including Elite and Power.
Her primary areas of investigation include Citizenship, Immigration, Multiculturalism, Media studies and State. Her research integrates issues of Gender studies and Political economy in her study of Citizenship. In her works, Irene Bloemraad undertakes multidisciplinary study on Immigration and White.
While the research belongs to areas of Multiculturalism, Irene Bloemraad spends her time largely on the problem of Economic growth, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Politics. Her Media studies research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social psychology, Liberal democracy, Public sphere, Refugee and Political communication. Her State study combines topics in areas such as Diversity, Globalization, Dyad and Performative utterance.
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The Oxford handbook of citizenship
Ayelet Shachar;Rainer Bauböck;Irene Bloemraad;Maarten Peter Vink.
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