Transnational Migration and Human Security

The Migration-Development-Security Nexus

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ISBN: 978-3-642-12756-4 (Print) 978-3-642-12757-1 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 3-22

      Transnational Migration, Development and Human Security

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      Pages 23-37

      The Governmentality of Transnational Migration and Security: The Making of a New Subaltern

  3. Neoliberal Governmentality and Transnational Migration: the Interplay of Security Fears and Business Forces

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      Pages 39-39

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      Pages 41-56

      Migration from Mexico and Central America to the United States: Human Insecurities and Paths for Change

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      Pages 57-66

      The Blind Spot of Repression: Migration Policies and Human Survival in the Central Sahara

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      Pages 67-79

      Europeanization and the Right to Seek Refugee Status: Reflections on Frontex

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      Pages 81-89

      Fortress Europe and the Dutch Donjon: Securitization, Internal Migration Policy and Irregular Migrants’ Counter Moves

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      Pages 91-101

      The New Co-Development Agenda: Official and Non-Official Initiatives between Morocco and Spain

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      Pages 103-115

      Financial Globalization and the Mechanisms of Migrants’ Remittance: Formed by Supply or Demand?

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      Pages 117-132

      Managing Migration in the IOM’s World Migration Report 2008

  4. Migrant Experiences: Agency in the Grey Zone

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      Pages 133-133

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      Pages 135-145

      Mission Impossible? Voluntary and Dignified Repatriation of Nigerian Victims of Trafficking

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      Pages 147-158

      Migrant Women and Their Vulnerability in the Trafficking-Migration Continuum: Evidence from Asia

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      Pages 159-168

      The EU’s Ambiguous Position on Migrant Underage Workers

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      Pages 169-179

      Learning How to Work the Grey Zone: Issues of Legality and Illegality among Indian Students in Australia

  5. Transnational Identities and Issues of Citizenship

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 181-181

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      Pages 183-195

      Gender, Technology and Migration in Export-Production of Shrimps: Identity Formation and Labour Practices in Surat Thani Province, Thailand

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      Pages 197-207

      Changing Identities, Multi-local Politics and Citizenship: Reflections on the Agency of Migrants from Indonesia and their Descendants in the Netherlands

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      Pages 209-223

      Pro-asylum Advocacy in the EU: Challenging the State of Exception

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      Pages 225-238

      Human or Public: The Referents of Security in Discourses on Migrants in Japan

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      Pages 239-256

      The Global Forum on Migration and Development: ‘All Talk and No Action’ or ‘A Chance to Frame the Issues in a Way that Allows You to Move Forward Together’?

  6. Ethics of Modern Day Transnational Migration: A Human Security Perspective

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      Pages 257-257

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      Pages 259-271

      International Migration, Well-being and Transnational Ethics

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      Pages 273-286

      Migration, Morality and Finance

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