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Published: 2018-07-05T16:00:00+00:00

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Communitarianism

The narrative presented by various mainstream politicians in the wake of the uprising was that ‘communitarian’ impulses, rather than social inequalities, were to blame. Research indicating that people on the receiving end of racism and other discriminatory practices are more likely to retreat, particularly in situations where there appears to be no escape, was obscured by this rhetoric. Understanding social realities was not the point of the exercise. But, as Eric Maurin has shown, blaming the victims of social relegation for their plight simply masks the various processes that lead to segregation. In contemporary France, levels of immigrant ‘ghettoisation’ have remained unchanged for twenty years. Where ‘communitarianism’ does exist, it is likely to be a reaction to stigmatisation, rather than the result of voluntary secession.66

The areas most closed in on themselves, moreover, are not the banlieues, but ‘the ghettos of the rich’, the well-heeled gated enclaves of certain major cities and the luxury playgrounds of the south of France.67 The communitarianism of the rich has been the subject of a series of studies by the sociologists Monique Pinçon-Charlot and Michel Pinçon, who have illustrated the closed, secretive and ruthless manner in which members of a small clique at the top of French society build ghettos for themselves and exercise all available means to defend their wealth and status. Describing a class in a permanent state of mobilisation, they document the various forms of violence, harassment, and coercion deployed to protect this status, and illustrate the means whereby ideological, social and cultural resources are mobilised to justify it, via symbols of prestige and networks of influence, creating the illusion that their domination is somehow natural and unassailable, rather than arbitrary and unjust.68

 

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Republic of Islamophobia by Great Russell

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Author:Great Russell

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Published: 2018-07-05T16:00:00+00:00
Communitarianism

The narrative presented by various mainstream politicians in the wake of the uprising was that ‘communitarian’ impulses, rather than social inequalities, were to blame. Research indicating that people on the receiving end of racism and other discriminatory practices are more likely to retreat, particularly in situations where there appears to be no escape, was obscured by this rhetoric. Understanding social realities was not the point of the exercise. But, as Eric Maurin has shown, blaming the victims of social relegation for their plight simply masks the various processes that lead to segregation. In contemporary France, levels of immigrant ‘ghettoisation’ have remained unchanged for twenty years. Where ‘communitarianism’ does exist, it is likely to be a reaction to stigmatisation, rather than the result of voluntary secession.66

The areas most closed in on themselves, moreover, are not the banlieues, but ‘the ghettos of the rich’, the well-heeled gated enclaves of certain major cities and the luxury playgrounds of the south of France.67 The communitarianism of the rich has been the subject of a series of studies by the sociologists Monique Pinçon-Charlot and Michel Pinçon, who have illustrated the closed, secretive and ruthless manner in which members of a small clique at the top of French society build ghettos for themselves and exercise all available means to defend their wealth and status. Describing a class in a permanent state of mobilisation, they document the various forms of violence, harassment, and coercion deployed to protect this status, and illustrate the means whereby ideological, social and cultural resources are mobilised to justify it, via symbols of prestige and networks of influence, creating the illusion that their domination is somehow natural and unassailable, rather than arbitrary and unjust.68

Unlike the poor, the rich choose their isolation from society. As Sylvie Tissot argues, the emphasis on the personal responsibility of the most impoverished for their situation not only distorts reality, it promotes the very ethnic divisions that such rhetoric claims to denounce. This discourse produces a vision of a Republic whose values are under threat and must be protected, thus shifting the focus of the state’s role from a social to a penal function, a process reinforced by the paternalistic and colonial overtones of the debate.69 Beyond the political arena, the prevalence of cultural prejudice, along with the mainstream left’s lack of engagement with the political questions posed by poverty and discrimination, have given rise to a series of distorted interpretations of how patterns of inequality are playing out.

The notion that a ‘white working class’ is being left behind by a metropolitan elite in thrall to globalisation and multiculturalism has been the go-to analysis of uncritical sections of the media for some time. In France, the argument has found a comparatively nuanced exponent in Christophe Guilluy, who focuses on the insecurities of poor white voters, so-called ‘petits blancs’, resentful of elites on the one hand, and immigrants on the other. Guilluy is a member of the Gauche Populaire grouping linked to the Socialist Party, a current that emerged in

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