Albania on the Move
Titel
Albania on the Move
Subtitel
Links between Internal and International Migration
Prijs
€ 55,95
ISBN
9789089643551
Uitvoering
Paperback
Aantal pagina's
282
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
15.6 x 23.4 cm
Inhoudsopgave
Toon inhoudsopgaveVerberg inhoudsopgave
1 Introduction 1.1 Why link internal and international migration in development? 1.2 Albania: Some background notes 1.3 About the book 1.4 Methods and sites of data collection 1.5 Some ethical issues 1.6 Book outline 2 The migration-development nexus 2.1 Internal and international migration: Towards an integrated approach 2.2 Migration and development 2.3 Social fields: Linking internal and international migration 2.4 Conclusion 3 Albanian migration and development 3.1 Historical migration 3.2 Albania 1945-1990: An era of no migration? 3.3 ‘A new migration order’: Contemporary migration in Albania 3.4 Trends and patterns of internal migration 3.5 Combined developmental effects of internal and international migration 3.6 Conclusion 4 Leaving home: Migration patterns and dynamics 4.1 General patterns and destinations 4.2 Differences between the two types of migration 4.3 Sequencing internal and international migration 4.4 Conclusion 5 Across the border: Migrants in Thessaloniki 5.1 Leaving Albania and arriving in Thessaloniki 5.2 Identity and survival, or strategies to ‘fit in’ 5.3 The nightmare of ‘papers’: The effect of ineffective immigration policy 5.4 Work and gendered labour markets 5.5 Housing and spatial location 5.6 Incorporation, assimilation and return: Between myth and reality 5.7 Conclusion 6 Family, migration and socio-economic change 6.1 The difference that money makes: Remittances 6.2 Social remittances or the wisdom of a traveller 6.3 ‘I am a man and a woman’, or the gendered household 6.4 Migration as a rite of passage for young men 6.5 Transnational family and care 6.6 Conclusion 7 Migration and Albania’s dynamic transformation 7.1 The village, the city and the rural town 7.2 Albania’s socio-economic polarisation revisited 7.3 Conclusion 8 Conclusions and recommendations 8.1 Dynamics of internal and international migration in development processes 8.2 Migration and development: The role of policy 8.3 Achievements and limitations of the study and future research

Recensies en Artikelen

“Mastery of migration theory and a fine ethnographic sensibility combine in this careful and intelligent research. Linking internal and international migration, Julie Vullnetari sheds new light on a major phenomenon in Europe.” - Gilles de Rapper, Researcher, Institute of Mediterranean, European and Comparative Ethnology, Aix-en-Provence “An outstanding book in every respect, contributing to the field of transnational studies and our understanding of Albania's internal and international migration. This research has significant policy implications for how we view the relation between migration and development.”-- Ulrike Hanna Meinhof, Director, Centre for Transnational Studies, University of Southampton, UK “Bridging a major gap, this study is one of few to effectively investigate the interrelationships between internal and international migration. A valuable contribution to migration studies.” -- Ayman Zohry, President, Egyptian Society for Migration Studies, Cairo

Julia Vullnetari

Albania on the Move

Links between Internal and International Migration

Dit boek probeert inzicht te krijgen in het postcommunistische Albanië in de relatie tussen de interne en internationale migratie en de invloed daarvan op maatschappelijke ontwikkelingen. De auteur volgt de trek van dorpelingen naar steden in binnenland en buitenland.
Door middel van diepte-interviews, groepsgesprekken en etnografische aantekeningen wordt hun leefomgeving in kaart gebracht. Vullnetari laat zien hoe de verwevenheid van beide migratievormen aanzienlijke invloed uitoefent op de levens van migranten, hun families, hun gemeenschap van herkomst en het land.

Winnaar van de eerste IMISCOE Maria Ioannis Baganha Dissertation Award
Auteur

Julia Vullnetari

Julie Vullnetari is als onderzoeker verbonden aan de Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Verenigd Koninkrijk.