Migration Theory: Talking Across Disciplines

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Caroline Brettell, James Frank Hollifield, Professor James F Hollifield
Psychology Press, 2000 - Social Science - 239 pages
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Migration theory: talking across disciplines / Caroline B. Brettell and James F. Hollifield - History and the study of immigration: narratives of the particular / Hasia R. Diner - Demography and international migration / Charles B. Keely - Are immigrants favorably self-selected? An economic analysis / Barry R. Chiswick - The sociology of immigration: from assimilation to segmented integration, from the American experience to the global arena / Barbara Schmitter Heisler - Theorizing migration in anthropology: the social construction of networks, identities, communities, and globalscapes / Caroline B. Brettell - The politics of international migration: how can we "bring the state back in?" / James F. Hollifield - Law and the study of migration / Peter H. Schuck - The economic analysis of immigration law / Howard F. Chang.

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The title of this book is pretty misleading: before I read it, I thought it would be a dead bore. In fact, it's one of the best books on migration, especially for those new to the topic (as I was when ... Read full review


Migration Theory Taking across Disciplines
History and the Study of Immigration Narratives of the Particular
Demography and International Migration Charles B Keely
Are Immigrants Favorably SelfSelected? An Economic Analysis
The Sociology of Immigration From Assimilation to Segmented Integration from the American Experience to the Global Arena
Theorizing Migration in Anthropology The Social Construction of Networks Identities Communities and Globalscapes
The Politics of International Migration How Can We Bring the State Back In?
Law and the Study of Migration
The Economic Analysis of Immigration Law

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