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Rassismuserfahrungen von Schüler*innen

Aylin Karabulut

Das Buch thematisiert den Erfahrungsraum von Schülerinnen und Schülern im Hinblick auf rassismusrelevante Ungleichheiten in schulischen Bildungsinstitutionen – eine Forschungsperspektive, die bisher kaum im Fokus erziehungswissenschaftlicher Forschung steht. Die Autorin...



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The Social Construction and Use of Landscape and Public Space in the Age of Migration

Mohammed Al-Khanbashi

With the rare researches that focus on the cross-cultural aspects, this book tends to investigate how Arab immigrants construct and use landscape and public space in Berlin as a host city. The approach of social constructivist landscape research is chosen to highlight...



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Zwischen An- und Ent-Ordnung

Melanie Hartmann

Die Studie verbindet aktuelle raumsoziologische Ansätze mit dem politiktheoretischen Konzept des Politischen, um Prozesse der Konstitution der Sammelunterkünfte für Geflüchtete im Alltag zu analysieren. Von besonderem Interesse sind dabei Fragen der alltäglichen...

2020-12-14 |

Springer VS



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The Handbook of Displacement

Collectif

This Handbook provides the knowledge and tools needed to understand how displacement is lived, governed, and mediated as an unfolding and grounded process bound up in spatial inequities of power and injustice. The handbook ensures, first, that internal displacements and...

2020-12-11 |

Palgrave Macmillan



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Circular Migration and the Rights of Migrant Workers in Central and Eastern Europe

Zvezda Vankova

This open access book adopts a rights-based approach to shed light on the different legal and policy instruments that have been developed to implement circular migration policies in the EU, and their consequences for the rights of migrant workers....

2020-12-09 |

Springer

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IMISCOE Research Series



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The Economic Geography of Cross-Border Migration

Karima Kourtit , Bruce Newbold , Peter Nijkamp , Mark Partridge

This handbook presents a collection of high-quality, authoritative scientific contributions on cross-border migration, written by a carefully selected group of recognized migration experts from around the globe. In recent years, cross-border migration has become an...

2020-12-07 |

Springer

Collection :

Footprints of Regional Science



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Conceptual and Methodological Approaches to Navigating Immigrant Ecologies

Hui Chu , Barbara Thelamour

This book compiles a series of empirical and conceptual chapters based on Bronfenbrenner’s ecological theory as the framework for understanding the overlapping and intersecting contexts that influence different populations of migrants in the United States and...



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The Challenges of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in Africa

Sabella O. Abidde

This book discusses the phenomena of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDP) across several African countries. There are 40 million IDP worldwide; of these, an estimated 12.6 million are in 37 of Africa’s 55 countries. Written by a team of fifteen scholars...

2020-12-05 |

Springer



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Asylum Matters

Laura Affolter

This open access book examines everyday practices in an asylum administration. Asylum decisions are often criticised as being ‘subjective’ or ‘arbitrary’. Asylum Matters turns this claim on its head. Through the ethnographic study of asylum decision-making in the Swiss...



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Malawian Migration to Zimbabwe, 1900–1965

Zoë R. Groves

This book explores the culture of migration that emerged in Malawi in the early twentieth century as the British colony became central to labour migration in southern Africa. Migrants who travelled to Zimbabwe stayed for years or decades, and those who never returned...



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