International Migration, Vol. 51(3) 2013 Incorporating Faith: Religion and Immigrant Incorporation in the West

Number of Pages: 
217
ISSN: 
0020-7985513
Year: 
2013
Description: 

International Migration is a refereed bimonthly 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 Wiley. The editors at ISIM are responsible for the direction and content of the journal. 

Table of contents: 
  • Introduction by Phillip Connor
  • God Can Wait - New Migrants in Germany Between Early Adaptation and Religious Reorganization by Claudia Diehl and Matthias Koenig
  • God Bless Our Children? The Role of Generation, Discrimination and Religious Context for Migrants in Europe by Koen Van der Bracht, Bart Van de Putte and Pieter - Paul Verhaeghe
  • Intergenerational Change in Religious Salience Among Immigrant Families in Four European Countries by Konstanze Jacob and Frank Kalter
  • Piety in a Secular Society: Migration, Religiosity, and Islam in Britain by Valerie A. Lewis and Ridhi Kashyap
  • Intermarriage Attitudes Among Minority and Majority Groups in Western Europe: The Role of Attachment to the Religious In-Groupby Sarah Carol
  • Religious Dimensions of Contexts of Reception: Comparing Two New England Cities by Wendy Cadge, Peggy Levitt, Bernadette Nadya Jaworsky and Casey Clevenger
  • Religion as a Context of Reception: The Case of Haitian Immigrants in Miami, Montreal and Paris by Margarita A. Mooney
  • Emigration and Economic Theory: Missing the Boat in Mexico and Ecuador by Jon Jonakin
  • Voluntary Association Involvement and Immigrant Network Diversity by S.R. Lauer and M. C. Yan
  • Theoretical rhetoric about migration networks: A case of a journey of Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia by AKM Ahsan Ullah
  • Mass Media and Rural Out-Migration in the Context of Social Change: Evidence from Nepal by Martin Piotrowski
  • Transnational Ties During a Time Of Crisis: Israeli Emigration, 2000 to 2004 by Steven Gold and Rona Hart

 

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Number of pages: 217

  • Introduction by Phillip Connor
  • God Can Wait - New Migrants in Germany Between Early Adaptation and Religious Reorganization by Claudia Diehl and Matthias Koenig
  • God Bless Our Children? The Role of Generation, Discrimination and Religious Context for Migrants in Europe by Koen Van der Bracht, Bart Van de Putte and Pieter - Paul Verhaeghe
  • Intergenerational Change in Religious Salience Among Immigrant Families in Four European Countries by Konstanze Jacob and Frank Kalter
  • Piety in a Secular Society: Migration, Religiosity, and Islam in Britain by Valerie A. Lewis and Ridhi Kashyap
  • Intermarriage Attitudes Among Minority and Majority Groups in Western Europe: The Role of Attachment to the Religious In-Groupby Sarah Carol
  • Religious Dimensions of Contexts of Reception: Comparing Two New England Cities by Wendy Cadge, Peggy Levitt, Bernadette Nadya Jaworsky and Casey Clevenger
  • Religion as a Context of Reception: The Case of Haitian Immigrants in Miami, Montreal and Paris by Margarita A. Mooney
  • Emigration and Economic Theory: Missing the Boat in Mexico and Ecuador by Jon Jonakin
  • Voluntary Association Involvement and Immigrant Network Diversity by S.R. Lauer and M. C. Yan
  • Theoretical rhetoric about migration networks: A case of a journey of Bangladeshi workers to Malaysia by AKM Ahsan Ullah
  • Mass Media and Rural Out-Migration in the Context of Social Change: Evidence from Nepal by Martin Piotrowski
  • Transnational Ties During a Time Of Crisis: Israeli Emigration, 2000 to 2004 by Steven Gold and Rona Hart

Electronic version available from Wiley-Science. Click here.

To order print copy, click here.