International Migration Vol. 61 (4) August 2023

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23 Nov 2023

International Migration Vol. 61 (4) August 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
    • “We have nothing to hide”: Legitimacy narratives, researcher positionality and the ethics of accessing the Dutch deportation apparatus
    • A near-real-time analysis of societal responses to Ukrainian refugee migration in Europe
    • Refugee-owned small businesses: A typology for blended value creation
    • The European Union's migration management aid: Developing democracies or supporting authoritarianism?
    • Migrant organisations, belonging and social protection. The role of migrant organisations in migrants' social risk-averting strategies
    • Brexit, uncertainty, and migration decisions
    • How Migrant Resource Centres affect migration decisions: Quasi-experimental evidence from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iraq and Pakistan
    • Tolerated, threatening and celebrated: How Canadian news media frames temporary migrant workers
    • Negative situation appraisal and mental well-being among refugees in Germany: Serial mediation by religious coping and sense of coherence
    • Private companies' engagement in the labour market integration of refugees: An exploratory study of the city of Stuttgart, Germany
    • A critique of gender-blind migration theories and data sources
    • Remarriage migration of women in Asia: The case of Japan
    • The willingness to emigrate in six MENA countries: The role of post-revolutionary stress
    • Which social contacts with natives matter? Attitudes towards gender roles of Muslim immigrants and their children in Western Europe
    • ‘They'd beat us with whatever is available to them’: Exploitation and abuse of Ghanaian domestic workers in the Middle East
    • Mediator role of intergroup anxiety in relationship between the social contact, intercultural sensitivity and attitudes towards Syrians among Turkish local society
    • Does speaking or writing Italian make differences?
    • The Ukrainian refugee crisis: Unpacking the politics of pet exceptionalism
    • Bifurcated incorporation and migrant social mobility in Japan
    • Migration narratives in Northern Triangle, Mexican and US media from 1999 to 2019
    • Dislocation after disaster: What does ‘returning home’ mean?
    • Double displacement of refugees in the context of the 2023 Turkey-Syria earthquake
    • Philippine's housing commitment as a preventive resettlement strategy for informal settler families
    • Climate, floods, and migration in Pakistan
    • What is in a number? Some reflections on disaster displacement modelling
    • Making Refugees in India
    • Movers and Makers: Uncertainty, Resilience and Migrant Creativity in Worlds of Flux
    • Gender and migration IMISCOE short reader