Vol 10, No 1 (2013)

Mapping Social Remittances

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Special Issue Guest Edited by Paolo Boccagni and Francesca Decimo

Table of Contents

Editorial

Mapping social remittances PDF
Paolo Boccagni, Francesca Decimo 1-10

Articles

Rethinking social remittances and the migration-development nexus from the perspective of time PDF
Peggy Levitt, Deepak Lamba-Nieves 11-22
Linking social and financial remittances in the realms of financial know-how and education in rural Ecuador PDF
Diana Mata-Codesal 23-32
Migrants and their money are not all the same: Migration, remittances and family morality in rural South India PDF
Ester Gallo 33-46
Rethinking family relations through the allocation of emigration’s resources: Senegalese migrants’ use of e-commerce PDF
Melissa Blanchard 47-56
Africa - Israel - Africa Return-migration experiences of African labour migrants PDF
Galia Sabar 57-70
Migration and family change in Egypt: a comparative approach to social remittances PDF
Lucile Gruntz, Delphine Pagès-El Karoui 71-80
Women's social remittances and their implications at household level: A case study of Romanian migration to Italy PDF
Ionela Vlase 81-90
Ukrainian migrant women’s social remittances: Contents and effects on families left behind PDF
Francesca Alice Vianello 91-100
Changing patterns of migration to Australia's Northern Territory: Evidence of new forms of escalator migration to frontier regions? PDF
Catherine Martel, Andrew Taylor, Dean Carson 101-114


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