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Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies


Volume 44, 2018

Issue 9


The ‘importance of staying put’: third country nationals’ limited intra-EU mobility rights
Lucia Della Torre & Tesseltje de Lange

Responses to stigmatisation and boundary making: destigmatisation strategies of Turks in Germany
Nils Witte

The ‘illegal’ and the skilled: effects of media portrayals on perceptions of immigrants in Britain
Scott Blinder & Anne-Marie Jeannet

Ethnicity as skill: immigrant employment hierarchies in Norwegian low-wage labour markets
Jon H. Friberg & Arnfinn H. Midtbøen

Muslims in Great Britain: the impact of mosque attendance on political behaviour and civic engagement
Kassra A. R. Oskooii & Karam Dana

Moving on or moving back? The temporalities of migrant students’ lived versus imagined school careers
Jenny Nilsson Folke

The local turn in migration management: the IOM and the engagement of local authorities
Younes Ahouga

Human capital, family structure and religiosity shaping British Muslim women’s labour market participation
Nabil Khattab, Ron Johnston & David Manley

Immigrant entry visa categories and their effects on the children of immigrants’ education
Rennie Lee

Migrant women’s economic success in Russia: objective reality and subjective assessment
Evgenia Gorina, Victor Agadjanian & Natalya Zotova

Much more than airtime: radio strategies to foster an inclusive Latino identity in the Basque country
Irati Agirreazkuenaga & Ainara Larrondo

Issue 10

Special Issue: Researching the International Organization for Migration


What do we know about the International Organization for Migration?
Antoine Pécoud


Ideal partnership or marriage of convenience? Canada’s ambivalent relationship with the International Organization for Migration
Martin Geiger

Developmental borderwork and the International Organization for Migration
Philippe M. Frowd

Self-legitimation through knowledge production partnerships: International Organization for Migration in Central Asia
Oleg Korneev

Migration management, capacity building and the sovereignty of an African State: International Organization for Migration in Djibouti
Sabine Dini

After the International Organization for Migration: recruitment of Guatemalan temporary agricultural workers to Canada
Christina Gabriel & Laura Macdonald

International Organization for Migration in the field: ‘walking the talk’ of global migration management in Manila
Pauline Gardiner Barber & Catherine Bryan

Liaisons, labelling and laws: International Organization for Migration bordercratic interventions in Turkey
Shoshana Fine

Issue 11


‘They don’t look like children’: child asylum-seekers, the Dubs amendment and the politics of childhood
Carly McLaughlin

Migrant and asylum-seeker children returned to Kosovo and Albania: predictive factors for social–emotional wellbeing after return
Daniëlle Zevulun, Wendy J. Post, A. Elianne Zijlstra, Margrite E. Kalverboer & Erik J. Knorth

Are younger age groups less segregated? Measuring ethnic segregation in activity spaces using mobile phone data
Siiri Silm, Rein Ahas & Veronika Mooses

Gender differences in labour market integration trajectories of recently arrived migrants in the Netherlands
Minna Ala-Mantila & Fenella Fleischmann

Onward migration from Spain to London in times of crisis: the importance of life-course junctures in secondary migrations
Cristina Ramos

Befriending the same differently: ethnic, socioeconomic status, and gender differences in same-ethnic friendship
Sanne Smith

Uprooted belonging: the formation of a ‘Jumma Diaspora’ in New York City
Eva Gerharz & Corinna Land

Mexican illegality, black citizenship, and white power: immigrant perceptions of the U.S. socioracial hierarchy
Sylvia Zamora

Palestine as ‘a state of mind’: second-generation Polish and British Palestinians’ search for home and belonging
Dominika Blachnicka-Ciacek

Being close to ethnic peers: the formation of ethnic residential clustering from a household perspective
Tim Winke

Ethnic solidarity and the vote: Mapuche candidates and voters in Chile
Gonzalo Contreras & Mauricio Morales

Multi-ethnic public sphere and accessible ethnic media: mapping online English-language ethnic media
Sherry S. Yu

Issue 12

Special Issue: Theorising Migration Policy in Multilevel States: the Multilevel Governance Perspective


Theorising migration policy in multilevel states: the multilevel governance perspective
Tiziana Caponio & Michael Jones-Correa


Multilevel governance from below: how Dutch cities respond to intra-EU mobility
Peter Scholten, Godfried Engbersen, Mark van Ostaijen & Erik Snel

Multi-level governance of an intractable policy problem: migrants with irregular status in Europe
Sarah Spencer

Immigrant integration beyond national policies? Italian cities’ participation in European city networks
Tiziana Caponio

Governing multicultural Brussels: paradoxes of a multi-level, multi-cultural, multi-national urban anomaly
Hassan Bousetta, Adrian Favell & Marco Martiniello

Immigration politics by proxy: state agency in an era of national reluctance
Lina Newton

Issue 13


Educational optimism in China: migrant selectivity or migration experience?
Héctor Cebolla-Boado & Yasemin Nuhoḡlu Soysal

Providing social protection to mobile populations: symbiotic relationships between migrants and welfare institutions
Ester Serra Mingot & Valentina Mazzucato

Conceptualising youth mobility trajectories: thinking beyond conventional categories
Joan van Geel & Valentina Mazzucato

The renationalisation of migration policies in times of crisis: the case of Norway
Jan-Paul Brekke & Anne Staver

Women and border policing at the edges of Europe
Mary Bosworth, Andriani Fili & Sharon Pickering

Explaining differences in gender role attitudes among migrant and native adolescents in Germany: intergenerational transmission, religiosity, and integration
David Kretschmer

The impact of acculturation identification and acculturative stress on creativity among Iranian immigrants living in Malaysia
Mehrdad F. Falavarjani & Christine J. Yeh

What’s left unsaid? In-group solidarity and ethnic and racial differences in opposition to immigration in the United States
Alessandra Bazo Vienrich & Mathew J. Creighton

The educational (im)mobilities and status (il)legalities of Cape Verdean youth in Portugal
Elizabeth Pilar Challinor & Filipe Martins

The association between discrimination and violence among Somali Canadian youth
Michael Ungar, Kristin Hadfield, Amarnath Amarasingam, Sarah Morgan & Michele Grossman

The patterns of ‘care migrantisation’ in South Korea
Gyuchan Kim

Issue 14

Special Issue: Integration in times of economic decline. Migrant inclusion in Southern European societies: trends and theoretical implications


Integration in times of economic decline. Migrant inclusion in Southern European societies: trends and theoretical implications
Claudia Finotelli & Irene Ponzo


Beyond instrumental citizenship: the Spanish and Italian citizenship regimes in times of crisis
Claudia Finotelli, MariaCaterina La Barbera & Gabriel Echeverría

Are migrants an asset in recession? Insights from Italy
Alessandra Venturini & Claudia Villosio

Migrant care workers’ trajectories in a familistic welfare regime: labour market incorporation and the Greek economic crisis reality-check
Thanos Maroukis

Labour market integration of immigrants in Portugal in times of austerity: resilience, in situ responses and re-emigration
Alina Isabel Pereira Esteves, Maria Lucinda Cruz dos Santos Fonseca & Jorge da Silva Macaísta Malheiros

The ‘intergroup paradox’ in Andalusia (Spain): an explanatory model
Sebastian Rinken & Manuel Trujillo-Carmona

The politics of immigration during an economic crisis: analysing political debate on immigration in Southern Europe
Simon McMahon

Modes of migrant incorporation in contexts of socio-economic downward mobility
Irene Ponzo

Issue 15


The geography of anti-immigrant attitudes across Europe, 2002–2014
Mathias Czaika & Armando Di Lillo

Integration of humanitarian migrants into the host country labour market: evidence from Australia
Isaure Delaporte & Matloob Piracha

Coping with the asylum challenge: tightening and streamlining policies in Western Europe
Laurent Bernhard & David Kaufmann

Breaking-out? A reconceptualisation of the business development process through diversification: the case of Polish new migrant entrepreneurs in Glasgow
Paul Lassalle & Jonathan M. Scott

Empathy, morality, and criminality: the legitimation narratives of U.S. Border Patrol agents
Irene I. Vega

Heterogeneity in displacement exposure of migrants in Shenzhen, China
Ying Liu, Stan Geertman, Yanliu Lin & Frank van Oort

The religious switching of immigrants in Canada
Éric Caron-Malenfant, Anne Goujon & Vegard Skirbekk

Issue 16

Special Issue 1: Rituals of Migration;

Special Issue 2: Contested Control at the Margins of the State

Special Issue: Rituals of Migration


Rituals of migration: an introduction
Marianne Holm Pedersen & Mikkel Rytter


Migrating rituals: negotiations of belonging and otherness among Tamils in Norway
Anne Sigfrid Grønseth

Alike but different: the understanding of rituals among Sri Lankan Tamil Hindus in Denmark
Marianne Qvortrup Fibiger

Incense and holy bread: the sense of belonging through ritual among Middle Eastern Christians in Denmark
Sara Lei Sparre & Lise Paulsen Galal

Back to the future: religious mobility among Danish Pakistani Sufi Muslims
Mikkel Rytter

Big fat Assyrian/Syriac weddings: rituals and marriage traditions among Middle Eastern Christians in Sweden
Marta Woźniak-Bobińska

‘I didn’t think I would be emotional until I started saying the oath’ – emotionalising and ritualising citizenship
Tine Damsholt

Special Issue: Contested Control at the Margins of the State


Contested control at the margins of the state
Tobias G. Eule, David Loher & Anna Wyss


Speed, timing and duration: contested temporalities, techno-political controversies and the emergence of the EU’s smart border
Simon Sontowski

Real fake? Appropriating mobility via Schengen visa in the context of biometric border controls
Stephan Scheel

Containment through mobility: migrants’ spatial disobediences and the reshaping of control through the hotspot system
Martina Tazzioli

The (surprising?) nonchalance of migration control agents
Tobias G. Eule

Aviation as deportation infrastructure: airports, planes, and expulsion
William Walters

Volume 45, 2019

Issue 1


Note from Editor
Paul Statham


The uses and abuses of history: understanding contemporary U.S. immigration
Nancy Foner

A multi-religious response to the migrant crisis in Europe: A preliminary examination of potential benefits of multi-religious cooperation on the integration of migrants
Majbritt Lyck-Bowen & Mark Owen

Inclusion, exclusion or indifference? Redefining migrant and refugee host state engagement options in Mediterranean ‘transit’ countries
Kelsey P. Norman

Racism and xenophobia experienced by Polish migrants in the UK before and after Brexit vote
Alina Rzepnikowska

Migration, masculinity, and family
Susanne Y. P. Choi

Closed doors everywhere? A meta-analysis of field experiments on ethnic discrimination in rental housing markets
Katrin Auspurg, Andreas Schneck & Thomas Hinz

Ethnic entrepreneurship and the question of agency: the role of different forms of capital, and the relevance of social class
Maja Cederberg & Maria Villares-Varela

‘Felons are also our family’: citizenship and solidarity in the undocumented youth movement in the United States
Ala Sirriyeh

Reconciling transnational mobility and national social security: what say the welfare state bureaucrats?
Cathrine Talleraas

A longitudinal analysis of resource mobilisation among forced and voluntary return migrants in Mexico
Jacqueline Hagan, Joshua Wassink & Brianna Castro

List of Reviewers

Thank you to Reviewers 2017

Issue 2

Special Issue: Undocumented & Unaccompanied: Children of Migration in the European Union and the United States


Undocumented and unaccompanied: children of migration in the European Union and the United States
Cecilia Menjívar & Krista M. Perreira


Unaccompanied minors from the Northern Central American countries in the migrant stream: social differentials and institutional contexts
Nestor Rodriguez, Ximena Urrutia-Rojas & Luis Raul Gonzalez

Re-conceptualising agency in migrant children from Central America and Mexico
Amy Thompson, Rebecca Maria Torres, Kate Swanson, Sarah A. Blue & Óscar Misael Hernández Hernández

Deportation as a sacrament of the state: the religious instruction of contracted chaplains in U.S. detention facilities
Gregory Lee Cuéllar

Integration of unaccompanied migrant youth in the United States: a call for research
Jodi Berger Cardoso, Kalina Brabeck, Dennis Stinchcomb, Lauren Heidbrink, Olga Acosta Price, Óscar F. Gil-García, Thomas M. Crea & Luis H. Zayas

Best interests, durable solutions and belonging: policy discourses shaping the futures of unaccompanied migrant and refugee minors coming of age in Europe
Jennifer Allsopp & Elaine Chase

Outsourcing the ‘best interests’ of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in the era of austerity
Rachel Humphris & Nando Sigona

Better off without parents? Legal and ethical questions concerning refugee children in Germany
Lars Hillmann & Annette Dufner

Issue 3


‘Refugees welcome?’ The interplay between perceived threats and general concerns on the acceptance of refugees – a factorial survey approach in Germany
Hagen von Hermanni & Robert Neumann

Asylum and refugee support in the UK: civil society filling the gaps?
Lucy Mayblin & Poppy James

Ethnic diversity, ethnic threat, and social cohesion: (re)-evaluating the role of perceived out-group threat and prejudice in the relationship between community ethnic diversity and intra-community cohesion
James Laurence, Katharina Schmid & Miles Hewstone

Transnational contention, domestic integration: assimilating into the hostland polity through homeland activism
Sharon Madriaga Quinsaat

The transnational career aspirations of France’s high-achieving second-generation Maghrebi migrants
Shirin Shahrokni

Making the transnational move: deliberation, negotiation, and disjunctures among overseas Chinese returnees in China
Yingchan Zhang

Issue 4

Special Issue: The Microfoundations of Diaspora Politics


The microfoundations of diaspora politics: unpacking the state and disaggregating the diaspora
Alexandra Délano Alonso & Harris Mylonas


Explaining the rise of diaspora institutions
Alan Gamlen, Michael E. Cummings & Paul M. Vaaler

Where and why can expatriates vote in regional elections? A comparative analysis of regional electoral practices in Europe and North America
Jean-Thomas Arrighi & Jean-Michel Lafleur

Competing for the diaspora's influence at home: party structure and transnational campaign activity in El Salvador
Michael Ahn Paarlberg

Diaspora policy in weakly governed arenas and the benefits of multipolar engagement: lessons from the Coptic Orthodox Church in Egypt
Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff

Bifurcated homeland and diaspora politics in China and Taiwan towards the Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia
Enze Han

The disinterested state: negative diasporic policy as an expression of state inclusion and national exclusion
Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels

Foreign policy priorities and ethnic return migration policies: group-level variation in Greece and Serbia
Harris Mylonas & Marko Žilović

States and standardisation: constructing the co-ethnic migrant story in Germany
Olga Zeveleva

Securing the diasporic ‘self’ by travelling abroad: Taglit-Birthright and ontological security
Yehonatan Abramson

‘We’re not coming from Mars; we know how things work in Morocco!’ How diasporic Moroccan youth resists political socialisation in state-led homeland tours
Rilke Mahieu

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