Hurriyet Babacan is Professor of Social and Cultural Studies at Victoria University. She has over 20 years of experience in working in multicultural issues.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Patriotism: The Good, the Bad and The Ugly

This paper argues that identity is an important concept in a globalised world and that conflict for identity is at the heart of democracy and power relations in society.

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Locating Identity: Sense of Space, Place and Belonging

The notion of space/place are important in the construction of ethnic identity. This paper explores the complexities of identity formation by ethnic groups against the representations of dominant national identity.

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Sustaining Human Security: Social Cohesion, Identity and Human Rights

This paper explores the issues relating to 'human security' and sustainability in the context of the war on terror, new forms of patriotism .

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Achieving Social Cohesion: Impact of Insecurity, Fear and Racism on Migrant Integration

This paper explores the linkages between immigrant integration and social cohesion in Australia in light of fear, insecurity and racism and identifies possible strategies for the future.

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