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The Resource Global Change and Human Mobility

Global Change and Human Mobility

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Global Change and Human Mobility
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Global Change and Human Mobility
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Global Change and Human Mobility
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Global Change and Human Mobility
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Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Human Mobility: An Issue of Multidisciplinary Research -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Human Mobility in the 1960s and 1970s: The Prerequisites for Identifying the Phenomenon -- 1.3 Human Mobility in the 1980s: Recognition of the Phenomenon as a Research Subject -- 1.4 The Theory of Human Mobility Between the Late Twentieth and Early Twenty-First Century -- 1.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 2: Elusive Migration Systems: Shifting from Transnationalism to Transregionalism -- 2.1 Concept and Methods -- 2.1.1 Transnationalism: A Key Concept in Migration Studies -- 2.1.2 Some Critical Remarks on Transnationalism -- 2.2 Empirical Evidence: Albania and Latvia -- 2.2.1 Albania -- 2.2.2 Latvia -- 2.3 A Proposal: Transregionalism as a New Conceptional Framework -- 2.4 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 3: Migration and Borders: Empirical Patterns and Theoretical Implications in the Case of Spain -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Interrogating Migration Control and Borders -- 3.2.1 Borders and Social Sciences -- 3.2.2 Transformations of Migration Control Implementation: Borders as Permeability Control Devices -- 3.3 Multilayered Deterrence of Irregular Maritime Migration in Spain -- 3.3.1 Context Embeddedness of Irregular Maritime Migration to Spain -- 3.3.2 Tendencies in Border Management in Spain -- 3.4 Final Remarks on the Intersection of Migration and Borders: Feeding Back Empirical Patterns into Theoretical Considerations -- References -- Chapter 4: Challenges Facing Refugee Women. A Critical Review -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Gender and Forced Migration -- 4.3 Social Construction of Refugees in the Host Country -- 4.4 Refugee Women in Camps -- 4.5 Refugee Women in Urban Areas -- 4.6 The UNHCR and Gender Dynamics -- 4.6.1 Guidelines on the Protection of Refugee Women -- 4.6.2 Sexual Violence Against Refugees
  • 4.6.3 Gender-Related Refugee Claims -- 4.6.4 Convention Grounds -- 4.6.5 Guidelines for Women and Status Determination -- 4.7 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: Immigration Policies and Integration Models in Canada: Conflicting Approaches and Converging Trends -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Immigration Policy and Nation-Building in Canada -- 5.3 Diverging Policy Approaches: Québec vs. English Canada -- 5.4 Competing Models of Integration: Multiculturalism vs. Interculturalism -- 5.5 Conclusions: Current Transformations - Towards a Selectivist/Restrictionist Turn? -- References -- Chapter 6: Latin American Migration, Residential Patterns, and Social Cohesion in Argentina Cities -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Toward the Construction of Migrantś Neighborhoods -- 6.2.1 Concepts and Typology -- 6.2.2 Spatiality, Sociability, and Temporality: The Three Dimensions in the Neighborhood Construction -- 6.3 Neighborhood of Migrants: Residential Strategies and Ethnocultural Identity -- 6.3.1 C̀̀harruá ́Neighborhood: The Bolivian Neighborhood -- 6.3.2 È̀l Porveniŕ ́Neighborhood in Puerto Madryn City: A Bolivian Neighborhood -- 6.3.3 Arrayanes Neighborhood in San Carlos de Bariloche: A Chilean Neighborhood -- 6.4 Final Reflections -- References -- Chapter 7: The Integration of Immigrants in France: Economic and Geographical Approach -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Immigration, Integration and Association Networks: The State of the Art and the Sources -- 7.2.1 The Association Movement and Immigration: A Slow Process Towards Equal Rights -- 7.2.2 From Referencing to the Survey or the TeO È̀volutioń ́-- 7.3 The Geography of Association Availability in France for Four Communities -- 7.3.1 Different Association Geographies Depending on the Group -- 7.4 How Can the Geography of Associations Be Explained? -- 7.4.1 Different Thematic Distributions
  • 7.5 Association Availability: An Impact on Economic and Social Integration? -- 7.6 Association Membership, Adherence to Oppositional Values and Integration Through Employment -- 7.6.1 Econometric Model and Approach -- 7.7 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 8: Ỳ̀oung and Smalĺ ́Thai Immigration into Czechia: Wives of Czechs Versus Migrant Workers -- 8.1 Introduction and Goals -- 8.2 Terms, Definitions, and Concepts Used -- 8.3 The Background and the Present of Thai Migration in the World -- 8.4 Four Models of Thai Migration and Integration -- 8.5 Empirical Research: Methods and Methodology -- 8.6 The Main Results: Is the Czech Model of Thai Migration and Integration Distinct? -- 8.7 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9: Labor Mobility to the Promised Land: Hungarian Migrantś Experiences in the United Kingdom -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Literature Review -- 9.3 Methodology -- 9.4 Findings -- 9.4.1 Pre-migration Stage and Perceptions About the Host Country -- 9.4.2 Initial Stage of Migration and Elicited Emotions -- 9.4.3 The Consolidation Stage of Mobility -- 9.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 10: Accompanying the Stranger in a Context of Political Impasse and Constraints: New Sanctuary Movement Philadelphia -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Philadelphia and the Federal Immigration Impasse -- 10.3 The Sanctuary Movement in the USA and Its Reemergence as the New Sanctuary Movement -- 10.4 The Role of Religion Among Members of the Leadership Team of NSM Philadelphia -- 10.5 NSM Philadelphia: Strategy, Accomplishments and Challenges -- 10.6 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 11: Migrating Abroad to Get Ahead: The Emigration of Young Spanish Adults During the Financial Crisis (2008-2013) -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Research Objectives and Methodology -- 11.3 Socio-demographic Profile of Emigrants and Characteristics of Outbound Migration
  • 11.3.1 The Generations of Spaińs Demographic Transition -- 11.3.2 Characteristics of Recent Spanish Outbound Migration -- 11.4 Socio-demographic Profile of Surveyed Emigrants and Characteristics of Their Outbound Migration -- 11.4.1 Socio-demographic Profile of the Young Adults Surveyed -- 11.4.2 Timeline and Geographical Profile of the Migration of the Young Adults Surveyed -- 11.4.3 The Decision to Go Abroad -- 11.4.4 Reception and Integration Abroad -- 11.4.5 Relationship with Spain -- 11.5 Emigrantś Thoughts on the Migration Process, the Crisis and How It Is Being Managed -- 11.5.1 The Financial Crisis and Emigration -- 11.5.2 Demands for a New Mentality and Modernized Power Structures -- 11.5.3 Reasons for Emigrating, the Experience of Living and Working Abroad and Plans to Return -- 11.5.4 Education, Self-Esteem and Dashed Expectations -- 11.6 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 12: New G̀̀uest Workerś ́from Spain? Exploring Migration to Germany in the Context of Economic and Societal Change -- 12.1 Introduction and Conceptual Outline -- 12.1.1 Migration Flows from Spain to Germany -- 12.1.2 Conceptual Approaches to the Causes and Motives of Recent Migration -- 12.2 Development of Spanish Emigration and Its Socioeconomic Context -- 12.2.1 Historical Migration Development Until the End of Francós Regime -- 12.2.2 Economic and Social Transformation of Spain After Franco -- 12.3 The Development of Germany as Migratory Destination -- 12.3.1 Migration Flows and Political Response After the End of Cold War -- 12.3.2 Effects of Demographic Ageing on Labour Market Development and Political Response -- 12.3.3 Structuration of Spanish Migration to Germany: The Role of Media Representation and Institutional Support -- 12.4 Mobility Intentions of Spaniards in Times of Crisis -- 12.4.1 General Mobility Intentions
  • 12.4.2 Potentials and Motives for Germany as Migration Destination -- 12.5 Summary and Outlook -- References -- Chapter 13: Student on the Move: Academic Career and Life Transitions of Foreign PhD Students in Barcelona (Spain) -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Methods -- 13.3 Arriving in Barcelona -- 13.4 Growing Up: Times and Spaces of PhD Studentś Life Transition -- 13.5 Barcelona: Beyond Tourism -- 13.6 The Future -- 13.7 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 14: International Mobility of Brazilian Students to Portugal: The Role of the Brazilian Government and University Stra... -- 14.1 Introduction: Internationalisation of Higher Education and the Role of Student Mobility -- 14.2 Understanding the Broad Context of Migration Flows Between Brazil and Portugal -- 14.3 Brazilian Students in Portuguese Higher Education: An Overview -- 14.4 Policy Framework: Promotion of International Student Mobility from Brazil to Portugal -- 14.4.1 In Brazil -- 14.4.2 In Portugal -- 14.5 Studentś Perspectives: What Are the Shortcomings of These Strategies? -- 14.6 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 15: Globalising Rural Areas: International Migrants in Rural Germany -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 International Migrants in Rural Areas -- 15.3 International Migrants in Rural Germany -- 15.4 Case Studies -- 15.4.1 Migration and Integration Paths of International Migrants in the District Town of Merzig (Saarland) -- 15.4.1.1 Migration for Training Purposes -- 15.4.1.2 Migration for Humanitarian and Political Purposes -- 15.4.2 Cross-Border Migrants at the German-Austrian Border (Bavaria) -- 15.5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 16: Causal Relationships Between Economic Dynamics and Migration: Romania as Case Study -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 A General Overview on Socio-economic Transformations and Migration Within and Outside Romania -- 16.3 Methodological Issues
  • 16.4 Results and Discussions
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