Diversity and Turbulences in Contemporary Global Migration, N/a - N/a (Electronic book text, First)


In this masterful and well-constructed work, the authors have analysed and examined global migration through three continents, the Caribbean, the Middle East and North America. They have used their many skills as researchers, journalists, educators and Graduate students to synthesise the literature in broad sweeping and technical detail. This edition provides the framework for understanding migration in a global context encapsulating the diversity and turbulences that migrants face as they leave their homelands and venture abroad in search of a 'better quality of life.' It also incorporates the troubling economies of the countries and regions discussed, and they were able to capture in many instances economic theory and its accompanying challenges and show that the locals are just as afraid as the migrants, for the change that is so dynamic and has gone beyond the expectations of a people, of place and of nation, now continents. It is in every respect ahistorical, apolitical, sociological, and philosophical with prose that brings back memories of times past.

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In this masterful and well-constructed work, the authors have analysed and examined global migration through three continents, the Caribbean, the Middle East and North America. They have used their many skills as researchers, journalists, educators and Graduate students to synthesise the literature in broad sweeping and technical detail. This edition provides the framework for understanding migration in a global context encapsulating the diversity and turbulences that migrants face as they leave their homelands and venture abroad in search of a 'better quality of life.' It also incorporates the troubling economies of the countries and regions discussed, and they were able to capture in many instances economic theory and its accompanying challenges and show that the locals are just as afraid as the migrants, for the change that is so dynamic and has gone beyond the expectations of a people, of place and of nation, now continents. It is in every respect ahistorical, apolitical, sociological, and philosophical with prose that brings back memories of times past.

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Inter-Disciplinary Press

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United Kingdom

Release date

July 2013

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210 x 148mm (L x W)

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Electronic book text

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188

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First

ISBN-13

978-1-84888-186-0

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9781848881860

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1-84888-186-X



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