International Migration, Vol. 45(3) 2007

Number of Pages: 
202
Volume: 
45
ISSN: 
0020-7985453
Year: 
2007
Description: 

International Migration is a refereed quarterly review of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on current migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, and sociologists all over the world. The journal is edited at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM) and published and distributed by Blackwell Publishing. The editors at ISIM are responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

Table of contents: 
  • Introduction: Exploring “Illegal” and “Irregular” Migrants’ Lived Experiences of Law and State Power by Sarah S. Willen
  • Toward a Critical Phenomenology of “Illegality”: State Power, Criminalization, and Abjectivity among Undocumented Migrant Workers in Tel Aviv, Israel by Sarah S. Willen
  • “Oaxacans Like to Work Bent Over”: The Naturalization of Social Suffering among Berry Farm Workers by Seth M. Holmes
  • “Everyone with Eyes Can See the Problem”: Moral Citizens and the Space of Irish Nationhood by Anwen Tormey
  • The Emergence of Pro-Regularization Movements in Western Europe by Barbara Laubenthal
  • Battling for Survival, Battling for Moral Clarity: “Illegality” and Illness in the Everyday Struggles of Undocumented HIV+ Women Migrant Workers in Tel Aviv by Anat Rosenthal
  • Irregular Workers or Ethnic Kin? Post-1990s Labour Migration from Bulgaria to Turkey by Ayse Parla
  • Out-laws: Deportees, Desire, and “The Law” by Nathalie Peutz
  • The Condition of Illegality by Leo R. Chavez
  • Grounding Immigrant Rights Movements in the Everyday Experience of Migration by Josiah McC. Heyman

 

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