3 edition of Social Networks and Migration found in the catalog.
August 31, 2007
by Lit Verlag
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
Transnational Migration, Digital Media and Social Networks Authors: Gomes, Catherine Contributes to the diversity-migration-mobility nexus by featuring and highlighting transient migrants, often an overlooked yet burgeoning group of transnationally mobile actors. Therefore it is all that more fortunate that Harpviken's impressive new book Social Networks and Migration in Wartime Afghanistan offers a systematic and innovative analysis of war-time social networks that breaks new theoretical ground on which future scholars of political violence and migration will be able to build whether they focus on.
Flores, Nadia. (). Migration-Trust Networks: Unveiling the toolbox of social networks of international migration. In Ernesto Castaneda (Ed.), Immigration and Categorical Inequality: Migration to the City and the Birth of Race and Ethnicity. Routledge Press. Flores-Yeffal, Nadia. Y., Dunham, Charlotte. C. (). Older South Africans after. : War and Migration: Social Networks and Economic Strategies of the Hazaras of Afghanistan (Middle East Studies: History, Politics & Law) () by Monsutti, Alessandro and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.
Drawing on fieldwork in the Herat area, Afghanistan, this book addresses migration patterns throughout three decades of war. It launches a framework for understanding the role of social networks for people's responses to war and disaster as well as mobilizing or maintaining material resources for security and gathering information. "This is an important and timely topic of general interest to sociologists, and is of special interest to immigration and migration specialists."--David P. Lindstrom, professor in the Department of Sociology at Brown University, "Nadia Flores-Yeffal offers a brilliant analysis of migrant networks that unpacks the black box of social capital to reveal the interpersonal dynamics that spurred so.
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Therefore it is all that more fortunate that Harpviken's impressive new book Social Networks and Migration in Wartime Afghanistan offers a systematic and innovative analysis of war-time social networks that breaks new theoretical ground on which future scholars of political violence and migration will be able to build whether they focus on Cited by: While there is thus general consensus that social networks play an important role in migration decisions, the exact nature of this role is unclear.
This ambiguity stems, at least in part, from a lack of reliable data on both migration and the structure of social networks. Migration is di cult to measure, particularly in developing countries File Size: 1MB.
Social Networks and Economic Strategies of the Hazaras of Afghanistan. War and Migration. DOI link for War and Migration.
War and Migration book. Social Networks and Economic Strategies of the Hazaras of Afghanistan. By Alessandro Monsutti. Edition 1st Edition. Cited by: The study of social networks is a new but quickly widening multidis-ciplinary area involving social, mathematical, statistical, and computer graphic and economic processes such as migration from one region to another, value of any type of economic (e.g., postal money order or trade) exchange how social network analysis can be extended File Size: KB.
This book analyses the role of social networks in the process of migration. Based on stories of Polish Jews who migrated between Poland and Palestine in the s, the author presents all stages of the journey and shows how networks of friends and families spread in different countries contributed to the migration : Wrobel Bloom, M Magdalena.
Revealing the complexities behind social networks of international migration, Migration-Trust Networks: Social Cohesion in Mexican US-Bound Emigration provides an empirical and theoretical analysis of how social networks of international migration operate in the transnational context.
Further, the book clarifies how networking creates chain. Migrant networks span the divide between origin and destination countries and profoundly impact the lives of migrants, their families, and their communities.
Maritsa Poros of City University of New York explains how these social networks are formed, how they are utilized, and the effects they have on migration and development processes. Drawing on fieldwork in the Herat area, Afghanistan, this book addresses migration patterns throughout three decades of war.
It launches a framework for understanding the role of social networks for people's responses to war and disaster as well as mobilizing or maintaining material resources for. least in part, from a lack of reliable data on both migration and the structure of social networks.
Migration is di cult to measure, particularly in developing countries where short-term migration is common and reliable household survey data is limited (Deshingkar, Grimm and Migration,McKenzie and Sasin,Carletto, de Brauw and Banerjee. How do social networks influence the diffusion of migration.
Two studies of the internal migration flows in Thailand, which show that social ties can have differential effects on migration, and generate striking variations in aggregate migration flows over findings explain why migration becomes widespread in some communities, while it remains minimally diffused in similar others.
To gain new insights into migration today, Modern Migrations takes a closer look at the historical presence of globalization and how it has organized migration and social networks. With a focus on the lives of Gujarati Indians in New York and London, this book explains migration patterns through different kinds of social networks and relations.
Finally, we show that this average effect masks considerable heterogeneity in how different types of migrants derive value from their social networks. Joshua Blumenstock is an assistant professor and specializes in development economics, data science, econometrics, machine learning, and ICTD.
Book Description. Intersectionality can be used to analyse whether migration leads to changes in gender relations. This book finds out how migrants from a peri-urban neighbourhood on the outskirts of Cochabamba, Bolivia, make sense of the migration journeys they have undertaken.
Migration is intrinsically related to social transformation. The heuristic potential of examining social networks for understanding migration has often been underlined (Arango, ; Boyd & Nowak, This book explores how immigration laws, while aimed at.
War and Migration book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Focusing on the case of the Hazaras, a population from central Afghanist. In book: Globalization, Migration and Social Transformation Ireland in Europe and the World, Edition: 1st, Chapter: 13 Brazilian migrant social networks and social capital, Publisher: Ashgate.
Get this from a library. Social networks and migration in wartime Afghanistan. [Kristian Berg Harpviken] -- "Kristian Berg Harpviken presents a framework for understanding how people's networks are essential for their responses to war and disaster. People's network resources are crucial for mobilizing or.
Nadia Y. Flores-Yeffal, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Introduction. Scholars studying international migration theory and the economic sociology of migration tend to address the social, noneconomic reasons for migration such as social networks and social capital.
International migration scholars have borrowed the concept of social. 1. The Structure of Opportunities, Social Networks, and Social Position 2. Background to Migration 3 The Long Journey through Mexico 4 The Context of Reception in the United States 5 The Dynamics of Social Networks 6.
Gendered Networks 7 Informal Exchanges and Intergenerational Relations 8. Immigrant Social Networks and the Receiving. Although eclectic in form, contemporary writers draw on social ties to explain changes in migration trajectories, how they perpetuate and reinforce social structure.
In sum, the book provided examples of network analysis in sociological contexts and laid the foundation for its prolific use in social research and migration studies.
Get this from a library! Social networks and migration in wartime Afghanistan. [Kristian Berg Harpviken] -- Kristian Berg Harpviken presents a framework for understanding how people's networks are essential for their responses to war and disaster.
People₂s network resources are crucial for mobilizing or.Some of the problems covered by sociological inquiry in the study of migration are discussed, along with theories of migration such as the push-pull theory, differential migration, and motivation for migration.
This book is comprised of 16 chapters and opens by outlining types of migration according to the professional and social composition of.This timely book examines the major issues in social capital research, showing how economic and social contexts shape networks in the process of migration, and assesses the strengths and weaknesses of this approach to the study of international migration.