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  1. This article uses 2012–2021 UK survey data to explore differences in subjective well-being (i.e. happiness, anxiety, life satisfaction, and having a worthwhile life) between those born in the UK and foreign-bo...

    Authors: Daisy Pollenne and Carlos Vargas-Silva
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2024 12:11
  2. To describe migration-related phenomena, we need to reflect on the terminology and choose the most adequate one that allows us to determine whether migration is the (main) cause of a phenomenon, a consequence,...

    Authors: Lisa Marie Borrelli and Didier Ruedin
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2024 12:10
  3. This article examines the link between immigrants’ social capital and their labour market access (employment) and success (occupational status) in Germany and contributes to previous research in two ways. Firs...

    Authors: Julia Rüdel and Jan-Philip Steinmann
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2024 12:7
  4. Immigrants are increasingly participating in politics, publicizing their political concerns and contributions. How does such political participation relate to national majorities’ immigration attitudes? Previo...

    Authors: Judit Kende, Julia Reiter, Canan Coşkan, Bertjan Doosje and Eva G. T. Green
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2024 12:5
  5. This article maps from a critical and comparative perspective how scholars at risk are currently being integrated into the European research infrastructure, as well as in various EU and non-EU Member States. T...

    Authors: Dina Gusejnova, Alina Dragolea, Andrea Pető, Andrei-Vlăduț Terteleac, Artemis Photiadou and Rebeka Bakos
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2024 12:4
  6. This study examines the state of migrants’ cultural adaptation in Malaysia, and how such an adaptation can help build our understanding of migrants’ life and employment experiences in the country. In doing so,...

    Authors: Azlizan Mat Enh, Andika Wahab, Arina Anis Azlan, Kartini Aboo Talib, Andi Muhammad Tri Sakti and Fazal Mohamed Mohamed Sultan
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2024 12:1
  7. For reasons of both electoral competitiveness and democratic legitimacy, political parties in diverse democracies increasingly compete for the votes of immigrant and ethnic minority voters. A considerable lite...

    Authors: Kate McMillan, Fiona Barker and Caleb Hoyle
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:34
  8. In a comparison of three human service organisations in which the human body plays a key role, we examine how organisations regulate religious body practices. We concentrate on Muslim norms of dressing and und...

    Authors: Maja Apelt, Annika Koch, Ines Michalowski, Kaspar Molzberger, Liane Schenk and Max Oliver Schmidt
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:32
  9. Even if families in migration contexts have been the subject of an increasing amount of attention in migration research in the recent years, there is a noticeable knowledge deficit with regard to current paren...

    Authors: Yasmin Öztürk, Eveline Reisenauer, Laura Castiglioni and Sabine Walper
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:33
  10. The socio-psychological dimension of integration is based on relations between the refugees and receiving community members revealed through intergroup thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviours. This stud...

    Authors: Jana Kiralj Lacković, Dean Ajduković, Dana Abdel-Fatah, Laura Hertner and Walid Alkhatib
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:30
  11. This paper analyzes the role of border fortifications for migration control and access to asylum based on two case studies: the Hungarian–Serbian and U.S. American–Mexican borders. The research is based on qua...

    Authors: Kristina Korte
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:29
  12. Although research on return migration is growing, little is known about returnees’ plans and attitudes regarding further migration. This article contributes to the filling of this knowledge gap by studying the...

    Authors: Olga Czeranowska, Violetta Parutis and Agnieszka Trąbka
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:28

    The Correction to this article has been published in Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:35

  13. The European Union (EU) faces challenges that affect its persistence, including the revival of national populism in many EU member states. Studies have shown that individuals with immigration histories identif...

    Authors: Beatriz Matafora, Johanna Fee Ziemes and Hermann J. Abs
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:25
  14. This article investigates how Germany and the United Kingdom (UK) have governed international student mobility (ISM) over the last two decades. While both are among the most popular destinations for internatio...

    Authors: Marco Bitschnau
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:24
  15. Research on international student migration has been burgeoning, leading to a more nuanced understanding of international students whose experiences were, for many years, conceptualised in a rather limited way...

    Authors: Cosmin Nada, Josef Ploner, Christof Van Mol and Helena C. Araújo
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:26
  16. Migrants’ integration process and their labour market inclusion occur within distinct local contexts. However, the existing literature has paid little attention to the role of the local context and its relatio...

    Authors: David De Coninck and Giacomo Solano
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:23

    The Correction to this article has been published in Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:31

  17. This paper examines migrant workers’ subjective views of their rights and wellbeing in the Gulf Arab state of Qatar. Since the announcement of the World Cup, Qatar has been roundly criticized for the living a...

    Authors: Michael Ewers, Abdoulaye Diop, Nathan Duma and Kien Le
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:20
  18. While a great deal of research has been conducted on implications of integrative policies targeted at migrants, later-life migrants and their relational and spatial negotiations and enactments of the policy-dr...

    Authors: Anastasia Asikainen
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:17
  19. Labour migration in the context of South-South migration is generally conceived as a multidimensional process that comprises three distinct subprocesses: emigration, immigration, and return migration. There is...

    Authors: Md Mizanur Rahman and Mohammed Salisu
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:18
  20. The study of international migration and responses to it has experienced rapid growth in the last three decades: an institutionalisation of migration studies. This paper identifies and specifies infrastructural a...

    Authors: Lorenzo Piccoli, Didier Ruedin and Andrew Geddes
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:16
  21. Insider family citizens—that is, people who, according to their nationality/legal status and the possession of crucial resources for the settlement of their relatives in a foreign context—occupy an especially ...

    Authors: Paola Bonizzoni and Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:13
  22. In this rejoinder we argue, based on the papers of this commentary series, that ‘race’ is such a tricky notion because it can be used in (at least) two very different and contradictory ways—as a concept to disent...

    Authors: Tabea Scharrer and Sawitri Saharso
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:11
  23. Ethiopia is one of the major origins for international migrants to the Middle East in Africa regardless of the risks and the abuses that migrants face. The study aims to analyse the determinants of internation...

    Authors: Beneberu A. Wondimagegnhu and Lemlem Fantahun
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:12
  24. There is a paucity of scholarship examining the situated vulnerabilities of young women refugees who are either born in (second generation) or young children/adolescents on arrival in their host country (“1.5 ...

    Authors: Tamaryn L. Crankshaw, Jane Freedman and Victoria M. Mutambara
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:10
  25. Over the years, some scholars have not only written against the concept of immigrant integration but have called for its rejection and abandonment. Critics argue that the concept is normative, objectifies othe...

    Authors: Senanu Kwasi Kutor, Godwin Arku and Elmond Bandauko
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:9
  26. Since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, people have been worried about COVID-19. As one of the risk groups, persons aged 65 and older are especially vulnerable. Additionally, minorities and migrants are h...

    Authors: Sarah M. Ludwig-Dehm, Iuna Dones and Ruxandra Oana Ciobanu
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:8
  27. In this paper, we analyze the relationship between development and outgoing international student mobility (ISM) for the years 2003–2018 using data from UNESCO. Starting from migration transition theory, we ex...

    Authors: Tijmen Weber and Christof Van Mol
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:5
  28. This special issue of Comparative Migration Studies on the occasion of the IMISCOE 2021 Conference with the theme “Crossing borders, connecting cultures” features five invited contributions by several conference ...

    Authors: Birte Nienaber, Nicole Holzapfel-Mantin and Gabriele Budach
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:7

    The Correction to this article has been published in Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:21

  29. During the 2015 “summer of welcome”, the mass arrival of refugees to Germany triggered widely publicised acts of pro-refugee solidarity among citizens. To date, scholarship has largely focused on hostility tow...

    Authors: Lucas G. Drouhot, Karen Schönwälder, Sören Petermann and Steve Vertovec
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:4
  30. This contribution investigates the intersection between macro-level political narratives on diversity and micro-level lived experience of social inclusion and everyday interaction. The case studies for analysi...

    Authors: Andrea Carlà and Marcus Nicolson
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:2
  31. With a recent surge in the outward movement of the population, a new wave of emigration has been suggested to have started in Hong Kong. It is speculated that recent socio-political changes in Hong Kong may ha...

    Authors: Anita Kit Wa Chan, Lewis T. O. Cheung, Eric King-man Chong, Man Yee Karen Lee and Mathew Y. H. Wong
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2022 10:49

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