Migration Theory: Talking Across Disciplines
Caroline Brettell, James Frank Hollifield
Psychology Press, 2000 - Social Science - 239 pages
This work brings together in a single volume, essays dealing with central concepts and key theoretical issues in the study of international migration. Migration Theory, by posing interdisciplinary questions and presenting theoretical perspectives, should help create that dialogue across disciplines. Contributors include: Caroline Brettell, Southern Methodist University; Barry Chiswick, University of Illinois; Asia Diner, New York Univeristy; James Hollifield, Southern Methodist Univeristy; Charles B. Keely, Georgetown University; Barbara Schmitter-Heisler, Gettysburg College; and Peter Schuck, Yale University.
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