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Global Migration
Patterns, Processes and Politics




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ISBN 9780367422417
May 23, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
320 Pages 38 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This new, fully updated edition of Global Migration provides students with a thorough and grounded understanding of multiple dimensions of migration, including labour markets, citizenship, border control, integration, and identity.

Written by two geographers, the book incorporates insights from across the social sciences and is accessible to students in many disciplines. Providing a useful and timely introduction to migration, the textbook addresses migration in a holistic way and equips students with the tools they need to participate in contemporary debates about migration in sending and destination contexts. It conveys to students that the causes and effects of migration are geographically specific and contingent upon class, race, gender, and other markers of social difference. Rather than identifying simple solutions to migration ‘problems’, the book encourages students to think about unauthorized migration, asylum, refugee resettlement, labour migration, and other forms of mobility (and immobility) from different vantage points.

Global Migration serves as the go-to book for teaching advanced undergraduate and Master’s-level students about the complexities of migration across nation-state borders.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 – Making sense of global migration  Chapter 2 – Global migration in historical perspective  Chapter 3 – Migrant labour in the economy  Chapter 4 – Migration and development  Chapter 5 – Refugees  Chapter 6 – Immigration control and border politics  Chapter 7 – The politics of citizenship and integration  Chapter 8 – Migrant identities, mobilizations and identity-making practices

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Biography

Dr Elizabeth Mavroudi is a Reader in Human Geography in the Division of Geography and Environment in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Loughborough University, UK.

Dr Caroline Nagel is a Professor of Geography at the University of South Carolina, USA.