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Title The SAGE handbook of international migration / edited by Christine Inglis ; with Wei Li and Binod Khadria.

Publication Info. London [England] ; Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE, [2020]
Boston, Massachusetts : Credo Reference, 2020.


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Description 1 online resource (51 entries) : 29 images ; digital files.
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Note "SAGE reference."
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Contents List of figures -- List of tables -- Notes on the editors and contributors -- Chapter 1. Introduction: understanding migration / Christine Inglis and Wei Li -- Part 1. Inter-disciplinary perspectives on migration: Chapter 2. Part 1 Introduction: Disciplinary perspectives on international migration / Christine Inglis; Chapter 3. Demography / Mary M. Kritz; Chapter 4. Development studies and migration / Habibul Khondker; Chapter 5. Economics and migration / Gudrun Biffl; Chapter 6. Education, citizenship and international migration / James A. Banks; Chapter 7. Environmental studies and migration / Usha Ziegelmayer, Johannes Herbeck & Felicitas Hillmann; Chapter 8. Geography and migration / Emily Skop; Chapter 9. History / Dirk Hoerder; Chapter 10. Migration, linguistics and sociolinguistics / Sue Wright; Chapter 11. Migration and the policy sciences / Peter Scholten --
Part 2. Historical and contemporary flows of migrants: Chapter 12. Part 2 Introduction: International migration flows / Wei Li; Chapter 13. Historical patterns of migration prior to the mid-20th century / Dirk Hoerder; Chapter 14. Rethinking global migration flows / Phillip Martin; Chapter 15. Gender and the feminisation of migration / Eleonore Kofman; Chapter 16. Regional and intercontinental migration in Sub-Saharan Africa / Aderanti Adepoju; Chapter 17. Middle East and North Africa (MENA) / Mohammed Charef; Chapter 18. South Asian Migration / Binod Khadria; Chapter 19. International migration trends and policies in Southeast Asia / Sakkarin Niyomsilpa; Chapter 20. International migration in East Asia / Huiyao Wang, Lu Miao, Jingmin Yang, & Yicheng Jiang; Chapter 21. Australasia and the Pacific Islands / Richard Bedford; Chapter 22. Migrations in South America / Marcela Cerrutti & Emilio Parrado; Chapter 23. Contemporary migration patterns in North and Central America / Claudia Masferrer, Silvia E. Giorguli-Saucedo, Víctor M. García-Guerrero; Chapter 24. European migration transition in the context of post-enlargement migration from and into central and eastern Europe / Agata Gorny & Pawel Kaczmarczyk; Chapter 25. International migration trends and policies in Russia and Eurasia / Sergey V. Ryazantsev --
Part 3. Theory, policy and the factors affecting incorporation: Chapter 26. Part 3 Introduction: Theory, policy and the factors affecting incorporation / Christine Inglis; Chapter 27. Assimilation / Richard Alba & Victor Nee; Chapter 28. Multiculturalism and immigration / Peter Kivisto; Chapter 29. Transnationalism / Derya Özkul; Chapter 30. Migrant entrepreneurship and transnational links / Jan Rath, Giacomo Solano, & Veronique Schultjens; Chapter 31. Inequality and the structure of educational opportunity and institutions / Anthony Heath & Laurence Lessard-Phillips; Chapter 32. Language and incorporation / Sue Wright & Claudia Viggiano; Chapter 33. Spatial concentrations and ghettos / David Kaplan; Chapter 34. The role of religion in migrant incorporation / Toumas Martikainen; Chapter 35. Citizenship / Anna Tsalapatanis; Chapter 36. Racism and the age of super diversity / John Solomos --
Part 4. National and global policy challenges in migration: Chapter 37. Part 4 Introduction: National and global policy challenges in migration / Binod Khadaria; Chapter 38. Remittances and migrants. altruism, insurance, investment and development / John Connell & Richard Brown; Chapter 39. Trends in international, national and local policies on migrant entry and integration / Howard Duncan; Chapter 40. Refugees and asylum seekers / Kathleen Newland & Susan Fratzke; Chapter 41. Migration and state concerns about the emigration & welfare of their citizens / Jean-Michel Lafleur; Chapter 42. Migration and the state's focus on human trafficking as a security issue / Heli Askola.
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Summary The SAGE Handbook of International Migration provides an authoritative and informed analysis of key issues in international migration, including its crucial significance far beyond the more traditional questions of immigrant settlement and incorporation in particular countries.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Note Description based on title page of print version.
Subject Emigration and immigration.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Inglis, Christine, 1944- editor.
Li, Wei, 1957- editor.
Khadria, Binod, editor.
Credo Reference (Firm), distributor.
Added Title Handbook of international migration
International migration
Other Form: Print version: 1412961750 9781412961752 xxv, 662 pages : illustrations
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