The dynamics of international migration and settlement in Europe : a state of the art / Rinus Penninx, Maria Berger, Karen Kraal (eds.).

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Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2006.
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Between 1991 and 2001, the size of Britain's ethnic minority population increased by a full fifty percent. In that same decade, approximately one million immigrants settled in Britain. Similar patterns of migration and settlement are taking place in other European countries, such as Germany and France. The Dynamics of Migration and Settlement in Europe explores the causes and consequences of such massive changes in demography. Researchers at the IMISCOE-Network of Excellence (Immigration, Integration and Social Cohesion in Europe) bring together a wealth of theoretical and analytical research in this collection of essays addressing the many crucial questions that have arisen in the past two decades. Underlying these essays is a key concern for the healthy management of these new migration processes, as well as the eventual shape of the new societies that are just beginning to emerge. International migration and the ensuing questions about integration continue to be subjects of intense debate, and this book will be welcomed among those involved in migration studies and international development.
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Contents
  • Front matter
  • Contents
  • 1. Introduction / Penninx, Rinus
  • 2. International Migration and Its Regulation / Baganha, Maria I. / Doomernik, Jeroen / Fassmann, Heinz / Gsir, Sonia / Hofmann, Martin / Jandl, Michael / Kraler, Albert / Neske, Matthias / Reeger, Ursula
  • 3. Migration and Development: Causes and Consequences / Black, Richard / Biao, Xiang / Collyer, Michael / Engbersen, Godfried / Heering, Liesbeth / Markova, Eugenia
  • 4. Migrants' Citizenship: Legal Status, Rights and Political Participation / Baubök, Rainer / Kraler, Albert / Martiniello, Marco / Perchinig, Bernhard
  • 5. Migrants' Work, Entrepreneurship and Economic Integration / Bommes, Michael / Kolb, Holger
  • 6. Social Integration of Immigrants with Special Reference to the Local and Spatial Dimension / Asselin, Olivier / Dureau, Françoise / Fonseca, Lucinda / Giroud, Matthieu / Hamadi, Abdelkader / Kohlbacher, Josef / Lindo, Flip / Malheiros, Jorge / Marcadet, Yann / Reeger, Ursula
  • 7. Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Diversity in Europe: An Overview of Issues and Trends / Vertovec, Steven / Wessendorf, Susanne
  • 8. Identity, Representation, Interethnic Relations and Discrimination / Bastos, José / Ibarrola-Armendariz, Aitor / Sardinha, João / Westin, Charles / Will, Gisela
  • 9. Time, Generations and Gender in Migration and Settlement / King, Russell / Thomson, Mark / Fielding, Tony / Warnes, Tony
  • 10. The Multilevel Governance of Migration / Zincone, Giovanna / Caponio, Tiziana
  • 11. Conclusions and Directions for Research / Penninx, Rinus
  • Notes
  • Literature
ISBN
  • 1-280-95830-8
  • 9786610958306
  • 90-485-0417-1
  • 1-4294-5454-7
OCLC
  • 85810118
  • 213304650
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  • 10.1515/9789048504176
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