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Migration Letters, Volume 4, No.2, October 2007

eBook (PDF), 120 Pages
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Migration Letters is a biannual international journal on migration issues with an interdisciplinary perspective. The breadth of topics ranges from internal migration to transnational mobility and from voluntary to forced migration. Migration Letters is believed to fill a significant gap in migration studies as a double-blind refereed letter-type journal publishing short accounts of new original research. Migration Letters disseminate valuable research among academics, policy makers, and practitioners in the field of migration. Co-editors: I. Sirkeci, J. Cohen, E. Heikkila - www.migrationletters.com THE SPECIAL ISSUE PRESENTS: Migration and Human Security in the Balkans-PAPADOPOULOS; Demography and Migration-TRAGAKI; Migration management in Albania-GEIGER;Immigrants in Western Greece-IOSIFIDES & KIZOS; Migrant fertility in Greece-VERROPOULOU, BAGAVOS & TSIMBOS; Promoting multi-methods research-CLIGGETT & CROOKS; Cultural migration-VAN DEN BOS & ACHBARI;... More > Transnationalisation and development(s)-FAIST< Less
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Publisher
Migration Letters
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
120
File Format
PDF
File Size
704.76 KB

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