International Migration, Vol. 51(5) 2013

Number of Pages: 
218
ISSN: 
0020-7985515
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: 
  • Immigrant Naturalization in the Context of Institutional Diversity: Policy Matters, but to Whom? by Maarten Peter Vink, Tijana Prokic-Breuer and Jaap Dronkers
  • Framing an EU Level Regularization Mechanism: Mission Impossible? by Ali Bilgic
  • Policy Implications for Addressing Roma Precarious Migration Through Employment at Home by Maria-Carmen Pantea
  • Beyond 3×1: Linking Sending and Receiving Societies in the Development Process by Miryam Hazán
  • Linking Food Security, Migration and Development by Jonathan Crush
  • Emigration for Development? An Exploration of the State's Role in the Development-Migration Nexus: The Case of Romania by Romana Careja
  • Well-Being of Refugees from Burma: A Salutogenic Perspective by Summer Borwick, Robert D. Schweitzer, Mark Brough, Lyn Vromans and Jane Shakespeare-Finch
  • Sudanese and Somali Refugees in Canada: Social Support Needs and Preferences by Edward Makwarimba, Miriam Stewart, Laura Simich, Knox Makumbe, Edward Shizha and Sharon Anderson
  • Attitudes to Employment of Professionally Qualified Refugees in the United Kingdom by John Willott and Jacqueline Stevenson
  • Why Refugees Rebel: Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Refugee Militarization by Mike Lebson
  • English Acquisition and Japanese Language Maintenance Among Japanese-American Youth by Sayaka Kawamura and Franklin Goza
  • Generational Shifts in Language Use Among US Latinos: Mobility, Education and Occupation by Jeremiah Spence, Viviana Rojas and Joseph Straubhaar
  • “Oh, you've got such a strong accent”: Language Identity Intersecting with Professional Identity in the Human Services in Australia by Gai Harrison
  • Reconstructing Moral Identities in Memories of Childhood Language Brokering Experiences by Elaine Bauer

 

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