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  1. Regulating the International Movement of Women

    From Protection to Control

    Edited by Sharron FitzGerald

    The question of how to conceptualize the relationships between governments and the everyday lives of women has long been the focus of attention among feminists. Feminist scholarship critiques women's lives, experiences and gender inequality in a variety of contexts. In this age of increased...

    Published October 1st 2012 by Routledge

  2. Cultural Expertise and Litigation

    Patterns, Conflicts, Narratives

    Edited by Livia Holden

    Cultural Expertise and Litigation addresses the role of social scientists as a source of expert evidence, and is a product of their experiences and observations of cases involving litigants of South Asian origin. What is meant in court by "culture," "custom" and "law"? How are these concepts...

    Published October 1st 2012 by Routledge

  3. Policing Global Movement

    Tourism, Migration, Human Trafficking, and Terrorism

    Edited by S. Caroline Taylor, Daniel Joseph Torpy, Dilip K. Das

    The movement of humans across borders is increasing exponentially—some for benign reasons, others nefarious, including terrorism, human trafficking, and people smuggling. Consequently, the policing of human movement within and across borders has been and remains a significant concern to nations....

    Published September 24th 2012 by CRC Press

  4. Self-Initiated Expatriation

    Individual, Organizational, and National Perspectives

    Edited by Maike Andresen, Akram Al Ariss, Matthias Walther

    Series: Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy

    Globalization and the development of multinational organizations have led to an increase in the number of people spending part of their lives living and working in foreign countries. While the contemporary literature has focused on organizational expatriates sent overseas by their employers,...

    Published September 6th 2012 by Routledge

  5. Responses to Stigmatization in Comparative Perspective

    Edited by Michèle Lamont, Nissim Mizrachi

    Series: Ethnic and Racial Studies

    Multiculturalism and diversity have raised a number of challenges for liberal democracy, not least the stigmatization of people in response to these developments. In this book, leading experts from a range of disciplines look at the responses to stigmatization from the perspectives of ordinary...

    Published September 4th 2012 by Routledge

  6. Transnational Migration and Childhood

    Edited by Naomi Tyrrell, Allen White, Caitriona Ni Laoire, Fina Carpena Mendez

    This book challenges the adult-centric tendencies of migration research and policy which often overlooks children and young people’s own experiences of migration. A wide range of international contributors provide careful analysis of the situations of children in contemporary transnational...

    Published August 24th 2012 by Routledge

  7. The Cultural Politics of Talent Migration in East Asia

    Edited by Brenda Yeoh, Shirlena Huang

    As the world globalises, more people than ever are on the move, including the many professional, managerial and entrepreneurial elites—often referred to as ‘international talent’—who circulate between cities in response to career and business opportunities. While much has been written about...

    Published August 16th 2012 by Routledge

  8. Irregular Migrants

    Policy, Politics, Motives and Everyday Lives

    Edited by Alice Bloch, Milena Chimienti

    Series: Ethnic and Racial Studies

    A new era of international migration has been accompanied by increasingly restrictive immigration controls to manage migration to more developed countries. The consequence has been fewer routes to enter and/or stay in countries in a regularised way and as a result, an increase in the...

    Published June 28th 2012 by Routledge

  9. Linking Integration and Residential Segregation

    Edited by Gideon Bolt, A. Sule Özüekren, Deborah Phillips

    Policy-makers tend to view the residential segregation of minority ethnic groups in a negative light as it is seen as an obstacle to their integration. In the literature on neighbourhood effects, the residential concentration of minorities is seen as a major impediment to their social mobility and...

    Published June 27th 2012 by Routledge

  10. Strangers, Aliens and Asians

    Huguenots, Jews and Bangladeshis in Spitalfields 1666-2000

    By Anne Kershen

    Series: British Politics and Society

    Exploring the dynamics that drive the processes of immigrant settlement and assimilation, this fascinating book looks at whether these are solely the outcome of the temporal setting, cultural background, and the contemporaneous socio-economic and political conditions, or whether there are factors...

    Published June 22nd 2012 by Routledge