Journal of International Migration and Integration
The Journal of International Migration and Integration (JIMI) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes original research papers and policy discussions that enhance the understanding of immigration, settlement and integration and that contribute to policy development.
The Journal consistently covers an array of subject areas including labor market integration; refugee status in various nations; adaptation strategies of immigrants in industrialized settings; racial and gender variations in migration; the role of social work in the integration of new citizens; and retention of ethnic and older national identities in new environments. These are issues of concern throughout the world. The journal looks at the social world with a fresh vision enhanced by the basic and applied social sciences.
JIMI presents papers based on original research, critical policy debates and comparative analyses. JIMI no longer publishes book reviews.
Guliz Akkaymak (May 2016)
Neither Here nor There, I Do Not Vote and I Do Not Care: The External Electoral Participation of Mexican Migrants in New Zealand
Guillermo Merelo (May 2016)
Arsène Brice Bado (May 2016)
- Available 2000 - 2016
- Volumes 17
- Issues 64
- Articles 689
- Open Access 8 Articles
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