MIGRATION TO AND FROM TURKEY: CHANGING PATTERNS AND SHIFTING POLICIES

MIGRATION TO AND FROM TURKEY: CHANGING PATTERNS AND SHIFTING POLICIES Acknowledgements Contributors Introduction: Re-assessing Migra-tion Systems: The Case of Turkeyby Ayşem Biriz Karaçay PART I: The Politics of Migration and Migrants in Turkey 1. Deporting Demos, Militarizing Natios: Forced Migration and Conflicts in the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey (1908-1947) by Fuat Dündar 2. From Transit Country to Host Country: A Study of ‘Transit’ Refugee Experience in a Border Satellite City, Van, Eastern Turkey in by Özge Biner 3. Just beyond the Border: Armenian and Azerbaijani Migrants in Turkey by Fabio Salomoni 4. The Victims, the Traffickers, and the Processes: the Vicious Cycle of Sex Trafficking in Turkey by Oğuzhan Ömer Demir PART II: The Politics of Migration and Migrants beyond Turkey 5.Impact of Visa Regimes over Travel Decisions and Patterns of Turkish Citizens by Erhan Doğan and Semra Genç 6. Tapping the Diaspora: Towards a Political Economy of TurkishTransnational Broadcasting by Gökçen Karanfil 7. Political Opportunity Structures (POS) and Turkish Immigrant Organizing in Amsterdam and New York by Işıl Anıl Concluding Remarks: Migrants and Politics of Mi-gration by Ayşen Üstübici INDEX
 
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Ed. Ayşem Biriz Karaçay and Ayşen Üstübici
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