RETHINKING MIGRATION AND INCORPORATION IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSNATIONALISM AND NEOLIBERALISM

RETHINKING MIGRATION AND INCORPORATION IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSNATIONALISM AND NEOLIBERALISM Acknowledgments Contributors Introduction by Ahmet İçduygu and Zeynep Gülru Göker PART I: Integration, Adaptation or Accommo-dation: The Creation of Transnational Spaces by Migrants 1. Marriage Migration from Turkey to Germany: A Qualitative Longitudinal and Dyadic Perspective by Can M. Aybek and Gaby Straßburger 2. Orga-nized Amateur Football and Turkish-Speaking Immigrants in London: Immigrant Identities and Integration by Kadir Onur Unutulmaz 3. The Transnationalism of Turkish Politics or the Politics of Transnation-alism? The Case of Turkish Migrants in Australia by Banu Şenay PART II: Migrants Negotiating Integration in the Neoliberal Turkish City 1. Job Visibility as a Variable for Assessing the Frequency of Kurdish Language Use Among Kurdish Migrant Workers in Istanbul Workplaces by Anne Schluter and Mahmut Sankarsan 2. The Urban Transformation in Kadifekale, İzmir: The Crossroads of Neolib-eralism and Internal Displacement by Neslihan Demirtaş-Milz and Cenk Saraçoğlu 3. Migrant Integration, Neoliberal Governmentality and Urban Restructuring: The Cases of Ankara and Istanbul, Turkey by Tahire Erman Epilogue by Ahmet İçduygu and Zeynep Gülru Göker Index
 
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Ed. Ahmet İÇDUYGU Zeynep Gülru GÖKER
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