International Migration, Vol. 53(3) 2015

Number of Pages: 
192
Volume: 
53(3)
ISSN: 
0020-7985533
Year: 
2015
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 by Carleton University and published and distributed by Wiley. The editor at Carleton University is responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

Table of contents: 
  • Issue Information
  • Editorial for International Migration, Issue 53 (3)
  • Migration and Democracy: Citizenship and Human Rights from a Multi-level Perspective by Nicola Piper and Stefan Rother
  • Transnational Immigrant Narratives on Arab Democracy: The Case of Student Associations at UC Berkeley by Tamirace Fakhoury
  • The Democratic Potential of Enfranchising Resident Migrants by Luicy Pedroza
  • Alternative Regionalism from Below: Democratizing ASEAN's Migration Governance by Stefan Rother and Nicola Piper
  • Migration, Precarization and the Democratic Deficit in Global Governance by Carl-Ulrik Schierup, Aleksandra Ålund and Branka Likić-Brborić
  • Special Issue Discourses of Displacement and Deservingness: Interrogating Distinctions between “Economic” and “Forced” Migration by Kristin Yarris and Heide Castañeda
  • Lightning Rods in the Local Moral Economy: Debating Unauthorized Migrants' Deservingness in Israel by Sarah S. Willen
  • European Mobilities or Poverty Migration? Discourses on Roma in Germany by Heide Castañeda
  • Some Sort of Help for the Poor: Blurred Perspectives on Asylum by Juan Thomas Ordóñez
  • Generation, Displacement, and Deservedness among Karen Refugees in California by Kristin E. Yarris, Jillian C. Stasiun, Visanee V. Musigdilok and Cho C. Win
  • When Battlefields become Marketplaces: Migrant Workers and the Role of Civil Society and NGO Activism in Thailand by Piya Pangsapa
  • Adult vocational training for migrants in North-East Italy by Natalia Magnani
  • Re-conceptualising the Clan Structure and Migration Pattern of the Tarok People by Elias Nankap Lamle

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