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Comparative Migration Studies

By: Special conference issue - 15th IMISCOE Annual Conference.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Barcelona Springer Open 2-4 July, 2018Description: 24 x 16 cm.Subject(s): Congressos i conferències | Població -- MigracionsMateria (POPIN): CONFERENCIA | MIGRACIÓN | MIGRACIÓN INTERNACIONALMatèria (POPIN): CONFERÈNCIA | MIGRACIÓ | MIGRACIÓ INTERNACIONALSubject (POPIN): CONFERENCE | MIGRATION | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATIONCDU: 314.74(063) Summary: Comparative Migration Studies was established five years ago to create a platform for theoretical discussion of issues pertaining to migration and integration, from the firm beliefthat to understand what are new trends and development taking place and to theoretically account for them, we need to compare. Since 2014, CMS is associated to the IMISCOE Research Network. This special "lustrum" edition of CMS offers a sampling of articles that we have published over the last five years.
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Recopilació d'articles d'estudis migratoris comparatius

Artícles:

1- Surveying immigrants without sampling frames - evaluating the success of alternative field methods. Authors: David Reichel and Laura Morales
2- The civic of inmigrant integration policies in the Scandinavian welfare states. Authors: Karin Borevi, Kristian Kriegbaum Jensen and Per Mouritsen
3- Pragmatism, moral responsibility or policy change: the Syrian refugee crisis and selective humanitarianism in the Turkish refugee regime. Author: Umut Korkut
A- African migration: trends, patterns, drivers. Authors: Marie-Laurence Flahaux and Hein De Haas
5- Solidarity in diverse societies: beyond neoliberal multiculturalism and welfare chauvinism. Author: Will Kymlicka
6- Trade unions, immigration and immigrants in Europe revisited: Union´s attitudes and actions under new conditions. Author: Stefania Marino, Rinus Pennix and Judith Roosblad

Comparative Migration Studies was established five years ago to create a platform for theoretical discussion of issues pertaining to migration and integration, from the firm beliefthat to understand what are new trends and development taking place and to theoretically account for them, we need to compare. Since 2014, CMS is associated to the IMISCOE Research Network. This special "lustrum" edition of CMS offers a sampling of articles that we have published over the last five years.

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