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Migration in the 21st century [Texte imprimé] : political economy and ethnography /

de Barber, Pauline Gardiner. (edt.) ; Lem, Winnie. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (VIII-251 p.) : couv. ill. (br.) ; 24 cm. Collection: Routledge advances in sociology Édition: New York ; London : Routledge, 2012, cop. 2012.ISBN: 9780415892223 (rel); 0415892228 (rel).Contenu: Migration, Political Economy and Ethnography / Pauline Gardiner Barber and Winnie Lem (p.1-13) -- Panoptics of Political Economy: Anthropology and Migration / Winnie Lem (p.17-37) -- Migration and Development Without Methodological Nationalism: Towards Global Perspectives on Migration / Nina Glick Schiller (p.38-63) -- Theorizing Transnational Movement in the Current Conjuncture: Examples from/of/in the Asia Pacific / Donald M. Nonini (p.64-86) -- With Crossings In My Mind: Trinidad's Multiple Migration Flows, Policy and Agency / Belinda Leach (p.89-108) -- Selecting, Competing, and Performing as ‘Ideal Migrants’: Mexican and Jamaican Farmworkers in Canada / Janet McLaughlin (p.109-131) -- In Search of Hope: Mobility and Citizenships on the Canadian Frontier / Lindsay Bell (p.132-152) -- Constructing a "Perfect" Wall: Race, Class, and Citizenship in U.S.–Mexico Border Policing / Josiah McC. Heyman (p.153-174) -- The Aftermath of a Rape Case: The Politics of Migrants´ Unequal Incorporation in Neo-Liberal Times / Bela Feldman-Bianco (p.175-195) -- Gender, Migration and Rural-Urban Relations in Postsocialist China / Yan Hairong (p.196-214) -- "Value Plus Plus": Housewifization and History in Philippine Care Migration / Pauline Gardiner Barber and Catherine Bryan (p.215-235) -- Migration, Political Economy and Beyond / Pauline Gardiner Barber and Winnie Lem (p.236-241)Sujet RAMEAU: Emigration and immigration Economic aspects History 21st century | Emigration and immigration Political aspects History 21st century | Immigrants Social conditions 21st century | Émigration et immigration Aspect économique 1990- | Émigration et immigration Aspect politique 1990- | Immigrés Conditions sociales 1990-Thématique: Politique | Ethnologie | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Ethnographie | Conditions sociales | Histoire | Travailleur immigré | Anthropologie | 21e siècle | Immigration | Emigration | Politique économiqueType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord
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Migration, Political Economy and Ethnography / Pauline Gardiner Barber and Winnie Lem (p.1-13) -- Panoptics of Political Economy: Anthropology and Migration / Winnie Lem (p.17-37) -- Migration and Development Without Methodological Nationalism: Towards Global Perspectives on Migration / Nina Glick Schiller (p.38-63) -- Theorizing Transnational Movement in the Current Conjuncture: Examples from/of/in the Asia Pacific / Donald M. Nonini (p.64-86) -- With Crossings In My Mind: Trinidad's Multiple Migration Flows, Policy and Agency / Belinda Leach (p.89-108) -- Selecting, Competing, and Performing as ‘Ideal Migrants’: Mexican and Jamaican Farmworkers in Canada / Janet McLaughlin (p.109-131) -- In Search of Hope: Mobility and Citizenships on the Canadian Frontier / Lindsay Bell (p.132-152) -- Constructing a "Perfect" Wall: Race, Class, and Citizenship in U.S.–Mexico Border Policing / Josiah McC. Heyman (p.153-174) -- The Aftermath of a Rape Case: The Politics of Migrants´ Unequal Incorporation in Neo-Liberal Times / Bela Feldman-Bianco (p.175-195) -- Gender, Migration and Rural-Urban Relations in Postsocialist China / Yan Hairong (p.196-214) -- "Value Plus Plus": Housewifization and History in Philippine Care Migration / Pauline Gardiner Barber and Catherine Bryan (p.215-235) -- Migration, Political Economy and Beyond / Pauline Gardiner Barber and Winnie Lem (p.236-241)

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