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The SAGE Handbook of International Migration
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The SAGE Handbook of International Migration

First Edition
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December 2019 | 592 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Christine Inglis and Wei Li
Chapter 1: Introduction: Understanding Migration
 
Part 1: Inter-Disciplinary Perspectives on Migration
Christine Inglis
Chapter 2: Part 1 Introduction: Disciplinary Perspectives on International Migration
Mary M. Kritz
Chapter 3: Demography
Habibul Khondker
Chapter 4: Development Studies and Migration
Gudrun Biffl
Chapter 5: Economics and Migration
James A. Banks
Chapter 6: Education, Citizenship and International Migration
Usha Ziegelmayer, Johannes Herbeck & Felicitas Hillmann
Chapter 7: Environmental Studies and Migration
Emily Skop
Chapter 8: Geography and Migration
Dirk Hoerder
Chapter 9: History
Sue Wright
Chapter 10: Migration, Linguistics and Sociolinguistics
Peter Scholten
Chapter 11: Migration and the Policy Sciences
 
Part 2: Historical and Contemporary Flows of Migrants
Wei Li
Chapter 12: Part 2 Introduction: International Migration Flows
Dirk Hoerder
Chapter 13: Historical Patterns of Migration Prior to the Mid-20th Century
Phillip Martin
Chapter 14: Rethinking Global Migration Flows
Eleonore Kofman
Chapter 15: Gender and the Feminisation of Migration
Aderanti Adepoju
Chapter 16: Regional and Intercontinental Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa
Mohammed Charef
Chapter 17: Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
Binod Khadria
Chapter 18: South Asian Migration
Sakkarin Niyomsilpa
Chapter 19: International Migration Trends and Policies in Southeast Asia
Huiyao Wang, Lu Miao, Jingmin Yang, & Yicheng Jiang
Chapter 20: International Migration in East Asia
Richard Bedford
Chapter 21: Australasia and the Pacific Islands
Marcela Cerrutti & Emilio Parrado
Chapter 22: Migrations in South America
Claudia Masferrer, Silvia E. Giorguli-Saucedo, Víctor M. García-Guerrero
Chapter 23: Contemporary Migration Patterns in North and Central America
Agata Gorny & Pawel Kaczmarczyk
Chapter 24: European Migration Transition in the Context of Post-enlargement Migration from and into Central and Eastern Europe
Sergey V. Ryazantsev
Chapter 25: International Migration Trends and Policies in Russia and Eurasia
 
Part 3: Theory, Policy and the Factors Affecting Incorporation
Christine Inglis
Chapter 26: Part 3 Introduction: Theory, Policy and the Factors Affecting Incorporation
Richard Alba & Victor Nee
Chapter 27: Assimilation
Peter Kivisto
Chapter 28: Multiculturalism and Immigration
Derya Özkul
Chapter 29: Transnationalism
Jan Rath, Giacomo Solano, & Veronique Schultjens
Chapter 30: Migrant Entrepreneurship and Transnational Links
Anthony Heath & Laurence Lessard-Phillips
Chapter 31: Inequality and the Structure of Educational Opportunity and Institutions
Sue Wright & Claudia Viggiano
Chapter 32: Language and Incorporation
David Kaplan
Chapter 33: Spatial Concentrations and Ghettos
Toumas Martikainen
Chapter 34: The Role of Religion in Migrant Incorporation
Anna Tsalapatanis
Chapter 35: Citizenship
John Solomos
Chapter 36: Racism and the Age of Super Diversity
 
Part 4: National and Global Policy Challenges in Migration
Binod Khadaria
Chapter 37: Part 4 Introduction: National and Global Policy Challenges in Migration
John Connell & Richard Brown
Chapter 38: Remittances and Migrants. Altruism, Insurance, Investment and Development
Howard Duncan
Chapter 39: Trends in International, National and Local Policies on Migrant Entry and Integration
Kathleen Newland & Susan Fratzke
Chapter 40: Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Jean-Michel Lafleur
Chapter 41: Migration and State Concerns about the Emigration & Welfare of their Citizens
Heli Askola
Chapter 42: Migration and the State's Focus on Human Trafficking as a Security Issue

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ISBN: 9781412961752
£120.00