International Migration, Vol. 56(1) February 2018

Number of Pages: 
216
ISSN: 
1468-2435
Year: 
2018
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: 
  • Editorial by Dr. Howard Duncan
  • The Effect of Anti-Discrimination Policies on Middle Eastern and North African Immigrants in 24 European Countries by Elyakim Kislev
  • Migrant Health Policies. Actors and Levels in a Multi-Level Perspective by Roberta Perna
  • A Panel Study of Immigrants’ Overeducation and Earnings in Australia by Le Wen and Sholeh A. Maani
  • Responding to Irregular Migration: High Potential of Local Governments in Turkey by H. Deniz Genç
  • Historical Trauma, Resettlement, and Intervention Strategies: An Analysis of Somali-Canadian's Experiences by Nimo Bokore
  • “Moroccan youngsters”: category politics in the Netherlands by Conny Roggeband and Marleen van der Haar
  • Are there electoral cycles of emigration? An empirical investigation based on European data by Paulo Reis Mourão, Salvatore Ercolano and Giuseppe Lucio Gaeta
  • Quality of life of Afghan Immigrants in Tehran city by Hossein Mansourian and Seyed Abbas Rajaei
  • Should I stay or should I go now? Exploring Polish women's returns “home” by Eva A. Duda-Mikulin
  • Mediating Role of Psychological Capital in the Relationship between Social Support and Wellbeing of Refugees by Alexander Newman, Ingrid Nielsen, Russell Smyth and Giles Hirst
  • Spatial Contestation, Victimisation and Resistance during Xenophobic Violence: The Experiences of Somali Migrants in Post-Apartheid South Africa by Ernest A. Pineteh
  • Labour Market Disadvantages of Second-Generation Turks and Moroccans in the Netherlands: before and during the Great Recession by Dirk Witteveen and Richard Alba
  • The Second Generation in Chile: Negotiating Identities, Rights, and Public Policy by Iskra Pavez-Soto and Carol Chan
  • Massive Migration and Elections: Evidence from the Refugee Crisis in Greece by Chrysovalantis Vasilakis
  • Social mobility allowing for ethnic identification: reassertion of ethnicity among Moroccan and Turkish Dutch by Marieke Slootman
  • Healthcare Reforms and the Creation of Ex-/Included Categories of Patients — “Irregular Migrants” and the “Undesirable” in the French Healthcare System by Jérémy Geeraert
  • Emotional Integration across Immigrant Generations in Baden-Württemberg, Germany: the Role of Discrimination by Oshrat Hochman, Anna Stein, Noah Lewin-Epstein and Thomas Wöhler
  • Party Positions on Economic Criteria for Naturalization in Austria by Jeremias Stadlmair
  • “It will help me in life, that my life will be better”: Future Challenges for Children of Migrant Families by Doly Eliyahu-Levi and Michal Ganz-Meishar
  • Negotiating class, femininity and career: Latin American migrant women entrepreneurs in Spain by María Villares-Varela
  • “Now I am also Israeli”: From Illegality to Legality - Life experiences and identities of migrant workers’ children after receiving civil status in Israel by Deby Babis, Anabel Lifszyc-Friedlander and Galia Sabar
  • Dimensions of life satisfaction: Immigrant and ethnic minorities by Nonna Kushnirovich and Arie Sherman
  • Highly-skilled Migration from China and India to Canada and the United States by Lucia Lo, Wei Li and Wan Yu
  • Managing the National Status Group: Immigration Policy in Germany by Jennifer Elrick and Elke Winter
  • Sense of Belonging and Life Satisfaction among Post-1990 Immigrants in Israel by Rebeca Raijman and Rona Geffen
  • Migration, masculinity and social class: Insights from Pikine, Senegal by Sebastian Prothmann
  • Labour Migration Policy in Russia: Considerations on Governmentality by Vladimir S. Malakhov and Mark E. Simon
  • Dealing with Migrants in the Central Mediterranean Route: A Legal Analysis of Recent Bilateral Agreements Between Italy and Libya by Andrea de Guttry, Francesca Capone and Emanuele Sommario
  • Different Contexts and Trends: Latina Immigrant Fertility in the US and Spain by G. Cristina Mora, Juan J. Fernández and Margarita Torre
  • A Study of Local Incorporation of Migrant Professionals in Wroclaw by Krzysztof Jaskulowski
  • Back pay for trafficked migrant workers: An Indonesian case study by Wayne Palmer
  • Are the consequences of experiencing discrimination the same for immigrants of differing socio-economic status in Japan? by Shun Gong
  • Earning Gaps for Chinese Immigrants in Canada and the United States by Zheng Wu, Sharon M. Lee, Feng Hou, Barry Edmonston and Adam Carmichael
  • Academic “Centres,” Epistemic Differences and Brain Circulation by Yasmin Y. Ortiga, Meng-Hsuan Chou, Gunjan Sondhi and Jue Wang
  • “He invited me and didn't ask anything in return” Migration and Mobility as Vulnerabilities for Sexual Exploitation among Female Adolescents in Mexico by Teresita Rocha-Jimenez, Kimberly C. Brouwer, Marissa Salazar, Sabrina C. Boyce, Argentina E. Servin, Shira M. Goldenberg, Hugo Staines-Orozco, Ricardo B. Vera-Monroy and Jay G. Silverman

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