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MIGRATION AROUND TURKEY: OLD PHENOMENA, NEW RESEARCH

Author Name Ed. Ahmet İçduygu, Deniz Yükseker, Damla B. Aksel
Other Informations 2013 476 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-485-0
Price 55.00 USD
Acknowledgement Contributors Introduction by Ahmet İçduygu, Deniz Yükseker and Damla B. Aksel PART I: Migration in Turkey Analyses of Internal Migration Flows in Turkey: Application of Indirect Techniques of Migration Estimations to Census Data by Bengi Uğuz and Erhan Özdemir The Return of Internally Displaced Kurds and Reconstruction of the Post-Conflict Zones: An Actor-based Analysis by Ayşe Betül Çelik The Effects of the Europeanization of Turkish Agricultural Policy on the Internal Migration Dynamics of Agricultural Labor by Nazan Albayrak The Impacts of Internal Migration on Natives’ Educational and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Turkish Provinces by Ali Berker PART II: Turkish Migrants Abroad Umbrella Organizations of Turkish Migrants: A Comparative Analysis of Migrant Claims-Making in Austria and Germany by Zeynep Sezgin Immigration System and Martial Strategies: Turkish Families in Orléans, France by Elif Aksaz Values, Intercultural Relations and Acculturation among Turkish Migrant Youth in Belgium: A Comparison across Migrant Sending and Host Communities by Derya Güngör, Karen Phalet and Çiğdem Kağıtçıbaşı Identity and Citizenship among Turkish Immigrants in Northern Cyprus by Yılmaz Çolak Conclusion: Intersections between Internal and International Migration Research: A Research Agenda for the Future by Ahmet İçduygu, Deniz Yükseker and Damla B. Aksel INDEX