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  1. Diverse Spaces of Childhood and Youth

    Gender and socio-cultural differences

    Edited by Ruth Evans, Louise Holt

    Diverse Spaces of Childhood and Youth focuses on the diverse spaces and discourses of children and youth globally. The chapters explore the influence of gender, age and other socio-cultural differences, such as race, ethnicity and migration trajectories, on the everyday lives of children and...

    Published August 12th 2013 by Routledge

  2. African Diaspora and the Metropolis

    Reading the African, African American and Caribbean Experience

    Edited by Fassil Demissie

    At the end of the 19th and at the beginning of the 20th century, a number of African American and Caribbean intellectuals and immigrants of the African Diaspora with all their apprehensions set out in steamships en route and carried with them a certain presence to the metropoleis of Europe and...

    Published August 7th 2013 by Routledge

  3. Economic Justice, Labor and Community Practice

    Edited by Louise Simmons, Scott Harding

    Facing economic upheaval and growing inequality, people in local communities are fighting for economic justice. Coalitions from labor, grassroots community organizations, the faith community, immigrant communities and other progressive forces are emerging across the U.S. and Canada and winning...

    Published August 7th 2013 by Routledge

  4. My Father's Wars

    Migration, Memory, and the Violence of a Century

    By Alisse Waterston

    Series: Innovative Ethnographies

    My Father’s Wars is an anthropologist's vivid account of her father's journey across continents, countries, cultures, generations, and wars. It is a daughter's moving portrait of a charming, funny, wounded and difficult man. And it is a scholar's reflection on the dramatic forces of history, the...

    Published August 4th 2013 by Routledge

  5. The Margins of Citizenship

    Edited by Philip Cook, Jonathan Seglow

    Citizenship is a central concept in political philosophy, bridging theory and practice and marking out those who belong and who share a common civic status. The injustices suffered by immigrants, disabled people, the economically inactive and others have been extensively catalogued, but their...

    Published August 1st 2013 by Routledge

  6. Migration and Divided Societies

    Edited by Chris Gilligan, Susan Ball

    Series: Association for the Study of Nationalities

    The study of 'divided societies' has focused, historically, on either ethnic divides in colonial (or post-colonial) societies or on developed Western democracies which have ethnic power-sharing Government structures. The study of divided societies emerged historically at a moment when...

    Published July 18th 2013 by Routledge

  7. Mobilities and Forced Migration

    Edited by Nick Gill, Javier Caletrío, Victoria Mason

    Whether precipitated by political or environmental factors, human displacement can be more fully understood by attending to the ways in which a set of bodily, material, imagined and virtual mobilities and immobilities interact to produce population movement. Very little work, however, has addressed...

    Published July 14th 2013 by Routledge

  8. Disaster, Conflict and Society in Crises

    Everyday Politics of Crisis Response

    Edited by Dorothea Hilhorst

    Series: Routledge Humanitarian Studies

    Humanitarian crises - resulting from conflict, natural disaster or political collapse – are usually perceived as a complete break from normality, spurring special emergency policies and interventions. In reality, there are many continuities and discontinuities between crisis and normality. What...

    Published June 24th 2013 by Routledge

  9. Undocumented Workers' Transitions

    Legal Status, Migration, and Work in Europe

    By Sonia McKay, Eugenia Markova, Anna Paraskevopoulou

    Series: Routledge Advances in Sociology

    This book explores how immigration laws, while aimed at discouraging undocumented migration, actually sustain it. It documents the circumstances that have caused previously documented migrants to become undocumented and explores the impact of their changing status on their families and on their own...

    Published June 23rd 2013 by Routledge

  10. Transnational Migration, Media and Identity of Asian Women

    Diasporic Daughters

    By Youna Kim

    Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society

    This book explores the unstudied nature of diaspora among young Korean, Japanese and Chinese women living and studying in the West. Why do women move? What are the actual conditions of their transnational lives? How do they make sense of their transnational lives through the experience of the media...

    Published June 23rd 2013 by Routledge