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Rethinking migration : new theoretical and emperical perspectives / Edited by Alejandro Portes and Josh DeWind

Type : LivreGenre : Auteur: PORTES, AlejandroEditeur : New York : Berghahn books , 2007Description matérielle : 1 vol. (vi-453 p.) : couv. ill. en coul. ; 23 cmISBN : 9781845453473 ; 10-1-84545-347-6.Résumé : "With the increasing worldwide problems of migration, research into its causes and effects become ever more urgent. This volume takes stock of recent advancements that social science research in both Europe and the United States has made to understanding central aspects of international migration. The focus is on conceptual, methodological, and theoretical contributions that have emerged out of empirical research with regard to state policies and interests toward migration, dual citizenship, incorporation, transnational ties, entrepreneurship, illegal migration, intergenerational incorporation, and religion. No other publication brings the scholarship together in a similarly comprehensive manner, showing how the different approaches on each continent complement and speak to one another, thus contributing to the internationalization of migration studies." -presentation éditeur Note sur les bibliographies et les index présents dans le document : Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres, index pp. 441-453, tabl..Note de contenu : Contient : Part I. Conceptual and methodological developments in the study of international migration. - 1. A Cross-Atlantic dialogue : the progress of research and theory in the study of international migration (Alejandro Portes and Josh DeWind).- Part II. States and modes of political incorporation.- 2. The factors that make and unmake migration policies (Stephen Castles) 3. The emerging migration state (James Hollifield).- 4. Dual citizenship as a path-dependent process (Thomas Faist, Jürgen Gerdes and Beate Rieple.- 5. Immigrant incorporation in western democracies (Gary Freeman).- Part III. Transnational communities and immigrant enterprise.- 6. Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation (Steven Vertovec).- 7. Conceptualizing simultaneity : a transnational social field perspective on society (Peggy Levitt and Nina Glick Schiller).- 8. Revisiting ethnic entrepreneurship : covergencies, controversies, and conceptual advancements (Min Zhou).- Part IV. Unauthorized immigration and the second generation.- 9. Measuring undocumented migration (Douglas Massey and Chiara Capoferro).- 10. Illegal migration : what can we know and what can we explain? The case of Germany (Friedrich Heckmann).- 11. Does the 'new' immigration require a 'new' theory of intergenerational integration? (Hartmut Esser).- 12. Ages, life stages, and generational cohorts : decomposing the immigrant first and second generations in the United States (Rubén G. Rumbaut).- Part V. Religion and migrant incorporation.- 13. The role of religion in the origins and adaptation of immigrant groups in the United States (Charles Hirschman).- 14. Religion and incorporation : Islam in France and Germany (Riva Kastoryano) Sujet - Nom commun : migration internationale | recherche | cause des migrations | conséquence des migrations | flux migratoire | nationalité | immigration clandestine | religion | politique d'immigration Dewey : 325Plan de classement : : 2 Émigrer | 2A Les migrations
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Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres, index pp. 441-453, tabl.

Contient : Part I. Conceptual and methodological developments in the study of international migration. - 1. A Cross-Atlantic dialogue : the progress of research and theory in the study of international migration (Alejandro Portes and Josh DeWind).- Part II. States and modes of political incorporation.- 2. The factors that make and unmake migration policies (Stephen Castles) 3. The emerging migration state (James Hollifield).- 4. Dual citizenship as a path-dependent process (Thomas Faist, Jürgen Gerdes and Beate Rieple.- 5. Immigrant incorporation in western democracies (Gary Freeman).- Part III. Transnational communities and immigrant enterprise.- 6. Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation (Steven Vertovec).- 7. Conceptualizing simultaneity : a transnational social field perspective on society (Peggy Levitt and Nina Glick Schiller).- 8. Revisiting ethnic entrepreneurship : covergencies, controversies, and conceptual advancements (Min Zhou).- Part IV. Unauthorized immigration and the second generation.- 9. Measuring undocumented migration (Douglas Massey and Chiara Capoferro).- 10. Illegal migration : what can we know and what can we explain? The case of Germany (Friedrich Heckmann).- 11. Does the 'new' immigration require a 'new' theory of intergenerational integration? (Hartmut Esser).- 12. Ages, life stages, and generational cohorts : decomposing the immigrant first and second generations in the United States (Rubén G. Rumbaut).- Part V. Religion and migrant incorporation.- 13. The role of religion in the origins and adaptation of immigrant groups in the United States (Charles Hirschman).- 14. Religion and incorporation : Islam in France and Germany (Riva Kastoryano)

"With the increasing worldwide problems of migration, research into its causes and effects become ever more urgent. This volume takes stock of recent advancements that social science research in both Europe and the United States has made to understanding central aspects of international migration. The focus is on conceptual, methodological, and theoretical contributions that have emerged out of empirical research with regard to state policies and interests toward migration, dual citizenship, incorporation, transnational ties, entrepreneurship, illegal migration, intergenerational incorporation, and religion. No other publication brings the scholarship together in a similarly comprehensive manner, showing how the different approaches on each continent complement and speak to one another, thus contributing to the internationalization of migration studies." -presentation éditeur

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