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23 Nov 2023

International Migration Vol. 61 (5) October 2023

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 Koç University and published and distributed by Wiley. The editor at Koç University is responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

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    • Issue Information
    • Introduction: Environmental (im)mobilities: Improving the evidence base for effective policy making
    • Displacement risk: Unpacking a problematic concept for disaster risk reduction
    • Environmental change and human mobility: Opportunities and challenges of big data
    • Human mobility in the context of environmental and climate change: Recent data collection tools from the International Organization for Migration to address key methodological and conceptual issues
    • Environmental migration as short- or long-term differences from a trend: A case study of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita effects on out-migration in the Gulf of Mexico
    • Strengthening the science–policy interface in the climate migration field
    • Supporting the agency of cities as climate migration destinations
    • A future agenda for research on climate change and human mobility
    • Multiple routes to immigration scepticism: The association between individual grievances and anti-immigrant attitudes in Canada, Germany and the USA
    • How migration information campaigns shape local perceptions and discourses of migration in Harar city, Ethiopia
    • Constructing children's psychological well-being: Sources of resilience for children left behind in Northeast China
    • Challenges and practical aspects of obtaining temporary protection in EU countries and the impact of obtaining protection on the right to work
    • Migration and livelihood constellations: Assessing common themes in the face of environmental change in Somalia and among Agro-Pastoral peoples
    • The new grounds for deportation of European Union citizens in the United Kingdom
    • The imprint of autocracy on immigrant political participation: Reluctance to participate or to disclosure?
    • Sampling refugee groups: The example of Syrians in Turkey
    • Partisan difference in social desirability bias on anti-immigrant sentiments: Covert and overt expression among French voters
    • Ferry quarantine: The pandemic as a pretext to deny healthcare access to undocumented migrants and asylum seekers in Italy
    • Back for business: The link between foreign experience and entrepreneurship in Latvia
    • Real estate in the home country: Why Polish migrants keep properties in Poland
    • Borders have always been artificial: Migration, data and AI
    • Digital border technologies, techno-racism and logics of exclusion
    • Drones: Robot eyes on racialized migrant bodies
    • The rise of the border apps
    • Controlling borders: A note on ordinary technologies of power
    • Ahrens, Jill & King, Russell (Eds.) 2022. Onward Migration and Multi-Sited Transnationalism: Complex Trajectories, Practices and Ties. Springer Cham. pp. 239
    • Lindberg, Annika. 2023. Deportation limbo: State violence and contestations in the Nordics. Manchester University Press. pp. 208.
    • Salah, Albert Ali, Korkmaz, Emre Eren, Bircan, Tuba (Eds.). 2022. Data Science for Migration and Mobility. Oxford University Press. pp.464.