Stephen Castles provides a deeper understanding of recent ‘migration crises’ in this fascinating and highly topical work. The book links theory and methodology to real-world migration experiences, with a truly global perspective and in-depth analysis of the links between economics, migration and asylum and refugee issues.
Show Summary Details
- Migration, Citizenship and Identity
- Introduction: Understanding human mobility
- Chapter 1: Understanding Global Migration: A Social Transformation Perspective
- Chapter 2: Migration and Community Formation under Conditions of Globalization
- Chapter 3: Migration, Precarious Work, and Rights
- Chapter 4: Understanding the relationship between methodology and methods
- Chapter 5: Guestworkers in Europe: A Resurrection?
- Chapter 6: The Factors that Make and Unmake Migration Policies
- Chapter 7: Concluding remarks on the climate change-migration nexus
- Chapter 8: Cosmopolitanism and freedom? Lessons of global economic crisis
- Chapter 9: International migration at a crossroads
- Chapter 10: Comparing the Experience of Five Major Emigration Countries
- Chapter 11: Development and Migration or Migration and Development: What Comes First?
- Chapter 12: Bringing Human Rights into the Mirgation and Development Debate
- Chapter 13: Global Perspectives on Forced Migration
- Chapter 14: The International Politics of Forced Migration
- Chapter 15: Root Causes
- Chapter 16: Transnational Communities: A New Form of Social Relations under Conditions of Globalization?
- Chapter 17: Nation and Empire: Hierarchies of Citizenship in the New Global Order
- Chapter 18: The myth of the controllability of difference
- Chapter 19: Migration, Minorities, and Welfare States
This content is available to you
If the inline PDF is not rendering correctly, you can download the PDF file here.