International Migration and Social Theory

@inproceedings{oreilly2012InternationalMA,
  title={International Migration and Social Theory},
  author={K. o’reilly},
  year={2012}
}
There is little doubt that international migration has been increasing especially since the 1980s, perhaps doubling since then in terms of absolute numbers (Castles & Miller 2009). Migration also continually changes shape, form, direction, and content to such an extent that it is no longer possible to provide encompassing typologies of migrants, flows, destinations, or outcomes. Migration has become a normal feature of contemporary societies: a global phenomenon of flows and counterflows… Expand
Editorial: Towards a Critical Understanding of the Disability/Forced Migration nexus
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