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  1. Growing literature, including those published in this journal, provide important insights into the complex dynamics of immigrants’ transnational engagement by comparing different migrant populations residing i...

    Authors: Girmachew Adugna
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2019 7:5
  2. Following publication of the original article (Barwick & Beaman, 2019), it was reported that the article title contained an error. The incorrect article title was ‘Living for the city: marginalization and belongi...

    Authors: Christine Barwick and Jean Beaman
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2019 7:3

    The original article was published in Comparative Migration Studies 2019 7:1

  3. In this paper, based on qualitative research on the North African second-generation in Paris and the Turkish second-generation in Berlin, we discuss ethnic minorities’ attachment to place and how living in hig...

    Authors: Christine Barwick and Jean Beaman
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2019 7:1

    The Correction to this article has been published in Comparative Migration Studies 2019 7:3

  4. The legislatures of Colombia and Ecuador have reserved seats for their non-resident citizens (emigrants). This paper analyses the relationship between the formal, descriptive, and substantive dimensions of emi...

    Authors: Pau Palop-García
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:38
  5. Care for young children continues to highly influence the life chances of men and women, even more so when they are migrants. For migrant women, childcare remains a particular challenge when their kin are abse...

    Authors: Karolina Barglowski and Paula Pustulka
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:36
  6. This paper empirically evaluates the idea that individual level political tolerance is influenced by the overall tolerance in a given society. The expectation is that more tolerant attitudes would be developed...

    Authors: Per Adman and Per Strömblad
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:34
  7. Beyond the economic and social effects of international migration researchers show regular exchanges between immigrants and stay-at-homes produce political spillovers in sending countries. As a broad body of l...

    Authors: Lauren Duquette-Rury, Roger Waldinger and Nelson Lim
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:35
  8. City-based organizations and governments play an important role in incorporating undocumented immigrant youth. This article investigates how localities socio-politically incorporate these immigrants by examini...

    Authors: Stephen P. Ruszczyk
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:32
  9. This article explores the admission policies for self-employed non-EU immigrants wanting to start or move their business to the European Union (EU). Selecting immigrant entrepreneurs is a specific and understu...

    Authors: Tesseltje de Lange
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:27
  10. Theoretically embedded in the migration/social policy nexus, this paper investigates cooperation with return (CWR) as a policy tool to remove practical deportation barriers for third-country nationals pending ...

    Authors: Sieglinde Rosenberger and Sabine Koppes
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:26
  11. This study explores how Turkish and Islamic identifications relate to local voting likelihood among the descendants of Turkish immigrants in 10 Western European cities using The Integration of the European Second...

    Authors: Maria Kranendonk
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:25
  12. This paper examines what influences the views of governmental and Islamic actors in consultations on the integration of Islam in Germany and the Netherlands. Disentangling institutionalist and constructivist a...

    Authors: Matthias Kortmann
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:24
  13. Migrant women in Europe have a higher incidence of health problems and have disproportionately high unemployment rates. We examine how Dutch and Turkish, Moroccan and Surinamese first and second generation mig...

    Authors: Jasmijn Slootjes, Saskia Keuzenkamp and Sawitri Saharso
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:21
  14. The reproductive care of pregnant migrants entering the European Union via its Mediterranean borders represents an under-examined topic, despite a growing scholarly emphasis on female migrants and the gendered...

    Authors: Vanessa Grotti, Cynthia Malakasis, Chiara Quagliariello and Nina Sahraoui
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:23
  15. The central question of the symposium has been whether interculturalism provides a new paradigm that transcends multiculturalism? I note that, consistent with my own position, none of the commentaries answers ...

    Authors: Tariq Modood
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:22
  16. Immigrants and family members in the home and host societies experience inequalities in access to social protection. Focusing on healthcare, we demonstrate that immigrant families today respond to healthcare n...

    Authors: Jean-Michel Lafleur and Maria Vivas Romero
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:14
  17. This commentary discusses the claim of Zapata-Barrero that Western countries have historically entered a ‘post multicultural’ phase, in which the emergence of the intercultural policy paradigm must be placed. ...

    Authors: Tamar de Waal
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:15
  18. This article tackles the relationship between interculturalism and multiculturalism from the points of view of both. Interculturalism owes its existence to a critique of multiculturalism, but of highly distort...

    Authors: Christian Joppke
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:11
  19. This article compares the attitudes of white Swedes towards interracial marriages with someone of non-white migrant origin and a non-white transnational adoptee. The analysis is based on a postal survey and fo...

    Authors: Sayaka Osanami Törngren
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:10
  20. In a number of recent articles migration has been used as a ‘natural experiment’, which can give insights into the general mechanisms of attitude formation. Studies from the field of psychology, however, sugge...

    Authors: Troels Fage Hedegaard and Hidde Bekhuis
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:9
  21. This article addresses the intersection of ‘homeland’ politics and diaspora identities by assessing whether geopolitical changes in Ethiopia affect ethno-national identifications among Ethiopian-origin populat...

    Authors: Daniel K. Thompson
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:6
  22. This research wishes to contribute to the understanding of the migration policy regime of the European Union (EU), by considering an analytical perspective that privileges the standpoint of the countries of it...

    Authors: Martine Brouillette
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:5
  23. There is scarce empirical evidence on the relation between migration and child health in Moldova and Georgia—two post-Soviet countries with large out-migration flows in the region. This study uses nationally r...

    Authors: Victor Cebotari, Melissa Siegel and Valentina Mazzucato
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2018 6:3
  24. This paper discusses the limitations of harmonised sampling designs for survey research on immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands. Although the concepts for immigrants are largely similar in both countries,...

    Authors: Kurt Salentin and Hans Schmeets
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2017 5:21
  25. Educational tracking affects both the trajectories and the composition of peers that students meet in school. This study compares the effect of significant others on students’ educational aspirations within tw...

    Authors: Olav Nygård
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2017 5:20
  26. Italy and Spain, as countries of recent immigration and high irregularity rates, have struggled to adapt their statistical system, especially their population registers, to adequately reflect the presence of a...

    Authors: Inmaculada Serrano Sanguilinda, Elisa Barbiano di Belgiojoso, Amparo González Ferrer, Stefania Maria Lorenza Rimoldi and Gian Carlo Blangiardo
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2017 5:17
  27. This article argues that power struggles between judiciaries and executives are fuelled by tensions of securitisation, border control and human rights over the issue of irregular migration. The article juxtapo...

    Authors: Marinella Marmo and Maria Giannacopoulos
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2017 5:16

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