In The Ethics of Migration: An Introduction Adam Hosein systematically and comprehensively examines the ethical issues surrounding the concept of immigration. The book addresses important questions such as:
Featuring case studies throughout, this textbook provides a philosophical introduction to an incredibly topical issue studied by students within the fields of political philosophy, applied ethics, global studies, politics, law, sociology and public policy.
Part 1: The Regulation of Borders
1. Arguments for Opening Borders
2. Arguments for Border Controls
Part 2: Selection Procedures
4. Selection for Admission
Part 3: The Rights of Migrants
6. General Theories of Immigrant Rights
7. Temporary Workers
8. Undocumented Migrants.
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Each engaging textbook from The Ethics of… series focuses on a significant ethical issue and provides a clear and stimulating explanation of the surrounding philosophical discussions. Focusing on moral debates at the forefront of contemporary society they have been designed for use by students studying philosophy, applied ethics, global ethics and related subjects such as politics, international relations and sociology. Features to aid study include chapter summaries, study questions, annotated further reading and glossaries.