International Migration Vol. 56 (6) December 2018

Cantidad de páginas: 
235
ISSN: 
1468-2435
Año: 
2018
Resumen Descriptivo: 

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.

Índice: 
  • Editorial by Howard Duncan
  • MANAGING MIGRATION: THE CONTINUING NEED FOR EFFECTIVE INTEGRATION
    • Public Opinion and Immigration: Who Favours Employment Discrimination against Immigrants? by Arusha Cooray, Abdeslam Marfouk, Maliha Nazir
    • Life Satisfaction and the UK Citizenship Process: Do Tests and Ceremonies Enhance Immigrants’ Lives? by David Bartram
    • Move inside the “Bell Jar”: A Property Rights Approach to the Skills of Migrants by Stefan Schlegel
    • The Static and Dynamic Effects of Capital Factors on the Social Adaptation of Chinese Migrant Workers by Suyan Shen, Mengying Xue, Zhe Chen, Fang Li
    • Occupational Integration and Challenges Faced by Former North Korean Teachers in South Korea by Yoon Young Kim
    • Integration and Retention of Refugees in Smaller Communities by Tony Fang, Halina Sapeha, Kerri Neil
  • MIGRATION AND FAMILIES
    • A Bride Deficit and Marriage Migration in South Korea by Seo‐Young Cho
    • Is International Migration Always Good for Left Behind Households Members? Evidence from Children Education in Cameroon by Mathias Kuépié
    • Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Migration on Union Dissolution by Jason Davis, Elyse A. Jennings
    • Fractured Families, Connected Community: Emotional Engagement in a Transnational Social Network by Alexis M. Silver, Heather Edelblute, Ted Mouw, Sergio Chávez
  • SPECIAL SECTION: PRECARITY, ILLEGALITY, AND TEMPORARINESS: IMPLICATIONS AND CONSEQUENCES OF CANADIAN MIGRATION MANAGEMENT GUEST EDITORS: AMRITA HARI AND JAMIE CHAI YUN LIEW
    • Introduction to Special Section on: Precarity, Illegality and Temporariness: Implications and Consequences of Canadian Migration Management by Amrita Hari, Jamie Chai Yun Liew
    • Safe Country of Origin: Constructing the Irregularity of Asylum Seekers in Canada by Idil Atak
    • Putting “Canadians First”: Problematizing the Crisis of “Foreign” Workers in Canadian Media and Policy Responses by Amrita Hari
    • Living with Compromised Legal Status: Irregular Temporary Foreign Workers in Alberta and the Importance of Imagining, Strategizing, and Inter‐Provincial Legal Consciousness by Ethel Tungohan
    • Migrant Workers and the Right to Family Accompaniment: A Case for Family Rights in International Law and in Canada by Delphine Nakache

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