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08 Dec 2023

International Migration Vol. 61 (6) December 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
    • Re-spatialising migration governance: From ‘multi-level’ to ‘entangled’
    • A capital theory approach to migrants' views and engagement with climate adaptation in the region of origin: A qualitative study in Belgium
    • Robbery victimization of Mexican migrants while crossing the border
    • Migration information campaigns: How to analyse their impact?
    • Penalties and payoffs: The short-term economic consequences of human capital acquisition for resettled refugees in the United States
    • Traces in the shadow: Occupational outcomes of previously undocumented migrants in Italy
    • Migration aspirations and the perceptions of the political, economic and social environment in Africa
    • Immigrant voter turnout and time: Does period of arrival matter more than length of stay?
    • Labour market integration of newcomers to Canada: The perspectives of newcomers in a smaller urban centre
    • Challenging transitions? Assessing the occupational mobility patterns of US immigrants by gender
    • A multi-scalar critical analysis of return migration policies in Mexico
    • Lost in data translation: A critical review of datasets on refugees
    • Violence, life aspirations and displacement trajectories in civil war
    • Nigerian women seeking asylum in England on grounds of sexual violence
    • A positive psychology intervention to foster economic integration of Syrian refugees in the Netherlands
    • International marriage migration: The predicament of culture and its negotiations
    • Between transnational engagements and local integration of Chinese communities in Italy: An analysis of the role of migrant organisations
    • How does post-study employment policy for international students create “skilled” migrants? The case of Japan
    • The reliability of recall measurement in assessing migrant reintegration: Evidence from Ethiopia, Somalia, and Sudan
    • Perceptions on dynamics and mobilities in the Triple Border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay
    • Food security, equitable development and South–South migration: Towards a research agenda
    • Intersecting (im)mobilities in the context of drought, hunger and conflict – Reflections inspired by research in Kenya
    • Buckling under ageing and climate crisis: Migration flows in Turkish agriculture
    • Flynn, Peter. Translating in the local Community. Routledge, 2023. pp. 196.
    • Le Bras, Hervé. Il n’y a pas de grand remplacement. Grasset & Fasquelle. 2022. pp. 140.