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Timespace and international migration / edited by Elizabeth Mavroudi(Department of Geography, Loughborough University, UK), Ben Page (Department of Geography, University College London, UK), Anastasia Christou (Department of Criminology and Sociology, Middlesex University, UK).

Contributor(s): Mavroudi, Elizabeth [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2017]Copyright date: ©2017Description: xiii, 165 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781786433220.Subject(s): Emigració i immigració | Temps -- Aspectes sociològicsMateria (POPIN): TIEMPO | ESPACIO | MIGRACIÓN INTERNACIONALMatèria (POPIN): TEMPS | ESPAI | MIGRACIÓ INTERNACIONALSubject (POPIN): TIME | SPACE | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Contents:
Contents: Foreword by Darren Smith 1. Introduction: from time to timespace and forward to time again in migration studies / Ben Page, Anastasia Christou and Elizabeth Mavroudi. -- 2. The temporal complexity of international student mobilities / Francis Collins and Sergei Shubin. -- 3. On conjunctures in transnational lives: linear time, relative mobility and individual experience / Jorgen Carling. -- 4. The changing politics of time in the UK's immigration system / Melanie Griffiths. -- 5. Border Rhythms / Paolo Novak. -- 6. Temporalities of onward migration: long-term temporariness, cyclical labour arrangements and lived time in the city /Jennifer McGarrigle and Eduardo Ascensao. -- 7. Temporality, self-development and welfare among foreign domestic workers in Singapore / Alex Ma. -- 8. Timespaces of return migration: The interplay of everyday practices and imaginaries of return in transnational social fields / Marta B. Erdal. -- 9. The timespace of identity and belonging: female migrants in Greece / Elizabeth Mavroudi. -- 10. Structure, agency and timespace in immigrants' enclaves: High-status immigration in Jerusalem, Israel / Hila Zaban. -- 11. Dinner Time: Eating, moving, becoming / Ben Page. -- Index.
Summary: Seeking to re-energise debates on the relationship between human mobility and timespace, this book furthers our understanding of how people move by foregrounding both time and space in the analysis of different empirical migration stories.
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Contents: Foreword by Darren Smith 1. Introduction: from time to timespace and forward to time again in migration studies / Ben Page, Anastasia Christou and Elizabeth Mavroudi. -- 2. The temporal complexity of international student mobilities / Francis Collins and Sergei Shubin. -- 3. On conjunctures in transnational lives: linear time, relative mobility and individual experience / Jorgen Carling. -- 4. The changing politics of time in the UK's immigration system / Melanie Griffiths. -- 5. Border Rhythms / Paolo Novak. -- 6. Temporalities of onward migration: long-term temporariness, cyclical labour arrangements and lived time in the city /Jennifer McGarrigle and Eduardo Ascensao. -- 7. Temporality, self-development and welfare among foreign domestic workers in Singapore / Alex Ma. -- 8. Timespaces of return migration: The interplay of everyday practices and imaginaries of return in transnational social fields / Marta B. Erdal. -- 9. The timespace of identity and belonging: female migrants in Greece / Elizabeth Mavroudi. -- 10. Structure, agency and timespace in immigrants' enclaves: High-status immigration in Jerusalem, Israel / Hila Zaban. -- 11. Dinner Time: Eating, moving, becoming / Ben Page. -- Index.

Seeking to re-energise debates on the relationship between human mobility and timespace, this book furthers our understanding of how people move by foregrounding both time and space in the analysis of different empirical migration stories.

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