International Migration, Vol. 44(2) 2006

Number of Pages: 
203
Volume: 
44
ISSN: 
1468-2435442
Year: 
2006
Description: 

International Migration is a peer-reviewed social science journal, interdisciplinary in scope, seeking broad geographical coverage of international migrations throughout the world, with an emphasis on contemporary policy issues in international migration. This issue includes two papers on the riots in Paris, followed by a paper on partisanship and views about immigration in Southern California. It also includes four papers on different dimensions of migration in Sweden, and a Notes and Commentary piece which summarizes a meeting held in Oxford on 6-7 March 2005 on the causes, consequences, and best practices of international health worker mobility.

Table of contents: 
  • Introduction by Elzbieta M. Gozdziak 
  • The French Riots: Questioning Spaces of Surveillance and Sovereignty by Susan Ossman and Susan Terrio

  • The October Riots in France: A Failed Immigration Policy or the Empire Strikes Back? by Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad and Michael J. Balz
  • Partisanship and Views about Immigration in Southern California: Just How Partisan is the Issue of Immigration? by Max Neiman, Martin Johnson and Shaun Bowler
  • Occupational Mobility for Immigrants in Sweden by Dan-Olof Rooth and Jan Ekberg
  • Earnings of Immigrants in Sweden, 1978 to 1999 by Björn Gustafsson and Jinghai Zheng
  • How Integrated are Finns in the Swedish Labour Market? Outcomes of Free Labour Mobility by Jan Saarela and Dan-Olof Rooth
  • Retirement Return Migration from Sweden by Martin Klinthäll

 

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