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The Dynamics of Migration, Health and Livelihoods: INDEPTH Network Perspectives

by Mark Collinson & Kubaje Adazu

Using INDEPTH's multi-site network to provide new demographic insights into population variables, this book focuses on migration and how it impacts on health and livelihoods in impoverished communities of the...

Mobility and Place: Enacting Northern European Peripheries

by Jørgen Ole Bærenholdt & Brynhild Granås

Focusing on the Northern European periphery, this book examines how people live in such remote spaces in an emerging global world of connectivity, interdependency, mobility and non-linear dynamics. It demonstrates...

Mobilizing Hospitality: The Ethics of Social Relations in a Mobile World

by Jennie Germann Molz & Sarah Gibson

Drawing on interdisciplinary research, this volume examines the intersection between mobility and hospitality, highlighting the issues that emerge as we encounter strangers in a mobile world. Through diverse...

The Health and Well-Being of Caribbean Immigrants in the United States

by Annette Mahoney

The Health and Well-Being of Caribbean Immigrants in the United States is a timely addition to the knowledge base concerning the integration of this population into the fabric of American society. On the eve...

Beside the Golden Door: U.S. Immigration Reform in a New Era of Globalization

by Pia M. Orrenius & Madeline Zavodny

Beside the Golden Door: U.S. Immigration Reform in a New Era of Globalization proposes a radical overhaul of current immigration policy designed to strengthen economic competitiveness and long-run growth. Pia...

Eternal Colonialism

by Russell Benjamin & Gregory O. Hall

This book examines 'eternal colonialism,' which describes policies designed by the Western world and United States to keep most of the world in a permanently subordinate political, economic, social, and military...

Asian Diaspora and East-West Modernity

by Sheng-mei Ma

Drawing from Anglo-American, Asian American, and Asian literature as well as J-horror and manga, Chinese cinema and Internet, and the Korean Wave, Sheng-mei Ma's Asian Diaspora and East-West Modernity probes...

Theorising Transnational Migration: The Status Paradox of Migration

by Boris Nieswand

Societal transformations have recently stimulated political debates and policies on the integration of migrants and minorities in most Western European countries. While transnational migration studies have documented...

Undocumented Workers' Transitions: Legal Status, Migration, and Work in Europe

by Sonia McKay, Eugenia Markova & Anna Paraskevopoulou

This book explores how immigration laws, while aimed at discouraging undocumented migration, actually sustain it. It documents the circumstances that have caused previously documented migrants to become undocumented...

Transnational Marriage: New Perspectives from Europe and Beyond

by Katharine Charsley

Marriages spanning borders are not a new phenomenon, but occur with increasing frequency and contribute substantially to international mobility and transnational engagement. Perhaps because such migration has...

Africa after Apartheid: South Africa, Race, and Nation in Tanzania

by Richard A. Schroeder

Tracing the expansion of South African business into other areas of Africa in the years after apartheid, Richard A. Schroeder explores why South Africans have not always made themselves welcome guests abroad....

Asylum-Seeking, Migration and Church

by Susanna Snyder

This book outlines ways in which churches are currently supporting asylum seekers, encouraging closer engagement with people seen as 'other' and more thoughtful responses to newcomers. Creatively exploring biblical...

Whiteness and Postcolonialism in the Nordic Region: Exceptionalism, Migrant Others and National Identities

by Kristín|Jensen, Lars Loftsdóttir

Whiteness and Postcolonialism in the Nordic Region examines the influence of imperialism and colonialism on the formation of national identities in the Nordic countries, exploring the manner in which contemporary...

Borderline Slavery: Mexico, United States, and the Human Trade

by Susan Tiano, Moira Murphy-Aguilar & with Brianne Bigej

Discussing the multinational networks, global economics, and personal motives that fuel a multibillion dollar trade in human beings as cheap labour, Borderline Slavery suggests future directions for effective...

EU Labour Migration in Troubled Times: Skills Mismatch, Return and Policy Responses

by Béla Galgóczi & Janine Leschke

Building on the earlier Ashgate publication EU Labour Migration Since Enlargement, the editors have assembled a team of experts from across Europe to shed light on the critical issues raised by internal labour...

The Border Multiple: The Practicing of Borders between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling Europe

by Dorte Jagetic Andersen & Martin Klatt

Addressing and conceptualizing the changing character of borders in contemporary Europe, this book examines developments occurring in the light of European integration processes and an on-going tightening of...

Never Look Back: The Jewish Refugee Children in Great Britain, 1938-1945

by Judith Tydor Baumel-Schwartz

Between December 1938 and September 1939, nearly ten thousand refugee children from Central Europe, mostly Jewish, found refuge from Nazism in Great Britain. This was known as the Kindertransport movement, in...

Sanctuary? (Routledge Revivals): Remembering Postwar Immigration

by Catherine Panich

In the ten years immediately following the Second World War, some 170 000 immigrants from Europe and Britain arrived in Australia. First published in 1988, this unique book recreates the experiences of those...

Imperial Immigrants: The Scottish Settlers in the Upper Ottawa Valley, 1815-1840

by Michael E. E. Vance

Between 1815 and 1832, Great Britain settled more than 3,500 individuals, mostly from the Scottish Lowlands, in the Ottawa Valley. These government-assisted emigrations, which began immediately after the Napoleonic...

The House on Lemon Street: Japanese Pioneers and the American Dream

by Mark Rawitsch

In 1915, Jukichi and Ken Harada purchased a house on Lemon Street in Riverside, California. Close to their restaurant, church, and children’s school, the house should have been a safe and healthy family home....