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Migration Letters - Vol 14 No 2 - May 2017 By Migration Letters
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Editorial Carla De Tona Diaspora policies and co-development Camelia Tigau, Amba Pande, & Yan Yuan Determinants of migration and the gravity model of migration – application on... More > Western Balkan emigration flows Visar Malaj & Stefano de Rubertis Eliciting salient beliefs of engineers in Malaysia on migrating abroad Balu Ramoo, Chong Yee Lee, & Cheng Ming Yu Human Capital Theory and Internal Migration Martin Korpi & William A.V. Clark Explaining the labor market gaps between immigrants and natives in the OECD Andreas Bergh Memory, nostalgia and the creation of “home” Johanna Zulueta Multi-professional work practices in the field of immigrant integration Sari Vanhanen & Elli Heikkilä Can international migration forecasting be improved? The case of Australia Tom Wilson Gender and youth migration for empowerment: migration trends from Tanzania Gemma Joan Nifasha Todd, Benjamin Clarke, Millie Marston, Mark Urassa, & Jim Todd< Less
Migration Letters - Vol 14 No 1 - January 2017 By Migration Letters
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SPECIAL ISSUE: Transnational migrant families: navigating marriage, generation and gender in multiple spheres guest edited by Mulki Al-Sharmani, Marja Tiilikainen, Sanna Mustasaari | Editorial:... More > Transnational migrant families: Al-Sharmani, Tiilikainen, & Mustasaari | Marriage conclusion in Belgian Muslim families: navigating transnational social spaces of normativity-Lecoyer | Ruling on belonging - Mustasaari | Marriage and transnational family life - Al-Sharmani & Ismail | marriage migration and older labour immigrants’ - Liversage | Transnational ties to the country of descent among Canadian Somali -Tiilikainen | 1.5-generation immigrant adolescents’ autonomy -Turjanmaa et al. | young Pakistani Muslim women in Bradford, UK- Sanghera & Thapar-Björkert | Searching for ‘success’ - Kelly | A new era for labor migration in the GCC? - Martin & Malit Turkey’s refugees, Syrians and refugees from Turkey - Sirkeci | News discourse and ideology -Yazgan & Utku | Trump and migration - Martin< Less
Migration Letters - Vol 13 No 2 - May 2016 By Migration Letters
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SPECIAL ISSUE: New and Old Minorities: Opportunities, Challenges and Synergies - Edited by Roberta Medda-Windischer, Roberta Ricucci & William Cisilino | Editorial by Medda-Windischer, Ricucci,... More > Cisilino | New minorities, old instruments? by Medda-Windischer | Learning by sharing and integration of second-generation by Ricucci | An identity-based approach to the distinction between autochthonous and immigrant minorities by Crepaz | Beyond territory and history in Kymlicka's account of group-rights by Heim | ‘Roma’ migration in the EU: the case of Spain between ‘new’ and ‘old’ minorities by Magazzini & Piemontese | Integrating migrants into the minority protection regime in Hungary by Dobos | The case of Arbëreshë communities and Albanian immigrants in Southern Italy by Liuzzi | Impact of distance on migration in Turkey by Koramaz & Dökmeci | VIEWPOINT: Whither US immigration? by Martin | VIEWPOINT: Europe’s migration crisis: an American perspective by Martin | Book Reviews< Less
Migration Letters - Vol 13 No 1 - January 2016 By Migration Letters
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