Vol 11, No 3 (2014)

Turkish migrants and their descendants in Austria

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Special issue: Turkish migrants and their descendants in Austria - Guest edited by Ilker Ataç, Philipp Schnell, and Wiebke Sievers

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Turkish migrants and their descendants in Austria Patterns of exclusion and individual and political responses PDF
Wiebke Sievers, Ilker Ataç, Philipp Schnell 263-274

Special Issue Articles

Determining Turkish migration to Austria: the role of migration policy PDF
Ilker Atac 275-287
From Retreating to Resisting: how Austrian-Turkish women deal with experiences of racism PDF
Katharina Hametner 288-299
The social well-being of second-generation Turks in two Austrian cities PDF
Philipp Schnell 300-315
Repressive autonomy: discourses on and surveillance of marriage migration from Turkey to Austria PDF
Sabine Strasser 316-328
How Turkish is it? Art and culture in Vienna PDF
Wiebke Sievers 329-340

Articles

“The more things change the more they stay the same”: Decision-making in Zimbabwean transnational families PDF
Admire Chereni 341-352
Migration and Subjective Poverty in sending countries: An analysis of the Egyptian case PDF
Yehudith Kahn, Audrey Dumas, Yovav Eshet, Nir Billfeld 353-367
The interplay between family and emigration from Romania PDF
Cristina Elena Bradatan 368-376

Viewpoints

What matters for internal migration, jobs or amenities? PDF
Thomas Niedomysl, William A V Clark 377-386

Book Reviews

Book Review PDF
  387-390


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