Spatial consequences

This topic refers to all spatial consequences of migration, ranging from the sending context to the receiving context and every space that migrants pass through during their migration trajectory.  Examples of such spatial consequences are specific residential patterns, uses of (public) transport infrastructure and segregated workspaces.

This topic includes literature on residential segregation, urban transitions, immigrant enclaves, white flight, and home ownership among immigrants.

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Immigrant enclaves and ethnic communities in New York and Los Angeles

Authors Logan, WQ Zhang, Richard D. Alba
Year 2002
Journal Name American Sociological Review
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1 Journal Article

Living with difference: Refugee education and school segregation processes in Greece

Authors Pinelopy Vergou, University of Thessaly
Year 2019
Journal Name Urban Studies
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4 Journal Article

Ethnic residential patterns in a welfare state: Lessons from Amsterdam, 1970–1990

Authors Hans van Amersfoort
Year 1992
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
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5 Journal Article

Emerging infrastructures of low-cost aviation in Southeast Asia

Authors Max Hirsh
Year 2017
Journal Name Mobilities
Citations (WoS) 1
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6 Journal Article

Dispersing the ghetto: The relocation of Jewish immigrants across America.

Authors AD LAVENDER
Year 2000
Journal Name The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
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7 Journal Article

Living with difference: Refugee education and school segregation processes in Greece

Authors Pinelopy Vergou, University of Thessaly
Year 2019
Journal Name Urban Studies
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8 Journal Article

The Art of Lamentation: Josef Herman's Humanist Expressionism

Authors P Lassner
Year 2019
Journal Name SHOFAR-AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF JEWISH STUDIES
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9 Journal Article

Spatial mobility in social theory

Authors Ettore Recchi, Aurore Flipo
Year 2019
Journal Name Societa Mutamento Politica
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10 Journal Article

Context-Based Qualitative Research and Multi-sited Migration Studies in Europe

Authors Russell King
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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11 Book Chapter

Prawidłowości zróżnicowań przestrzennych emigracji zagranicznych z Polski po 1989 r

Year 2013
Journal Name Studia Migracyjne - Przegląd Polonijny
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12 Journal Article

Ethnic and Racial Segregation in the New York Metropolis: Residential Patterns among White Ethnic Groups, Blacks, and Puerto Ricans.

Authors Carlo DeRege, Nathan Kantrowitz
Year 1973
Journal Name International Migration Review
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13 Journal Article

THE GHETTO MODEL AND ETHNIC CONCENTRATION IN AUSTRALIAN CITIES

Authors M. F. Poulsen, R. J. Johnston
Year 2000
Journal Name Urban Geography
Citations (WoS) 24
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14 Journal Article

‘Making space’ in Cairo: Expatriate movements and spatial practices

Authors Sarah Kunz
Year 2018
Journal Name Geoforum
Citations (WoS) 1
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15 Journal Article

Ethnic and Racial Segregation in the New York Metropolis: Residential Patterns Among White Ethnic Groups, Blacks, and Puerto Ricans.Nathan Kantrowitz

Authors Alma F. Taeuber, Karl E. Taeuber
Year 1976
Journal Name American Journal of Sociology
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16 Journal Article

RACE IN THE WORLD SYSTEM

Authors Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
Year 2004
Journal Name Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race
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17 Journal Article

Rethinking the relationships between sport and race in American culture: Golden ghettos and contested terrain

Authors D Hartmann
Year 2000
Journal Name SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT JOURNAL
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18 Journal Article

Residential integration : towards a sending country perspective

Authors Ben GIDLEY, Maria Luisa CAPUTO
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This position paper explores the key issues relating to how residential integration – a foundation dimension of migrant and minority integration – might be understood and further researched from a “country of origin” perspective. A series of questions are addressed: Are there transnational residential strategies of migrants? Is residential integration an indicator of integration, e.g. can owning a house be an indicator of integration? Are residential patterns in the receiving country negotiated in any way by the state of origin? And what is the role of home country institutions in assuring residential integration or separation? Looking at the nature and quality of the housing that minorities occupy, assessed in terms of factors such as tenure, overcrowding and disrepair, and at the patterns of migrant residence in receiving societies, including clustering or its absence, the paper covers the existing state of the art and methodology used in the field, before arguing for a shift to a country of origin perspective, beyond simply using country of origin as a variable in determining residential integration outcomes, but instead re-framing the issue in a transnational perspective. It introduces a new theoretical and methodological framing, shifting the emphasis from a static “social physics” to a processual, pathway-focused approach.
Year 2013
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Ethnische und soziale Unterschiede kleinräumlicher Wohnortwahlen

Principal investigator Hartmut Esser (Principal Investigator)
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"Ziel des Projekts war die Erklärung ethnischer und sozialer Unterschiede bei der Wohnortwahl in Deutschland. Während in früheren Studien zahlreiche Erklärungsansätze für die Entstehung und Reproduktion ethnischer Konzentrationen entlang ethnischer und sozialer Dimensionen in Städten vorgeschlagen wurden, wurden die zugrunde liegenden Handlungen bislang kaum untersucht: die Wohnortwahlen individueller Haushalte. Es wurde angenommen, dass Wohnortwahlen das Ergebnis mehrerer Prozesse sind, die von der Ausstattung der Haushalte mit ökonomischen, sozialen und kulturellen Ressourcen abhängen. Der Hauptstudie ging eine qualitative Untersuchung anhand von 23 qualitativen Leitfadeninterviews mit deutsch- und nichtdeutschstämmigen Haushalten voran, die zu ihren Wohnpräferenzen, ihren konkreten Wohnortwahlen und langfristigen Wohnbiographien befragt wurden. Die Interviews gaben starke Hinweise auf die potentielle Rolle eingeschränkter Informationen, Pfadabhängigkeiten durch frühere Wohnbiographien und die Rolle der Wohnungsmarktstruktur, aber kaum Anhaltspunkte für das absichtliche Wohnen in ethnisch segregierten Gebieten bei Migranten. Weiterhin wurde ein Feldexperiment zur ethnischen Diskriminierung auf dem Wohnungsmarkt durchgeführt. In einem telefongestützten Audit-Design kontaktierten zufällig zugewiesene Anrufer Vermieter, die Wohnungen inseriert hatten. Bei einer Gesamtzahl von 1.613 Anrufen bzw. 852 unterschiedlichen Vermietern konnten keine signifikanten Belege für Diskriminierung gegenüber einem türkischen Namen, aber deutliche Belege für Diskriminierung gegenüber einem türkischen Akzent gefunden werden. Das Signal einer Berufstätigkeit verringerte die unterschiedliche Anzahl der Einladungen deutlich. Die Ergebnisse weisen stärker auf statistische Diskriminierung als auf präferenzbasierte Diskriminierung hin. Die Hauptstudie untersuchte Wohnbiographien und Wohnortwahlen autochthon deutscher und türkischstämmiger Haushalte in Mannheim. Es wurden 1.600 deutsche und türkischstämmige Haushalte in persönlichen Interviews befragt mit einem verstärkten Gewicht auf Haushalten, deren Umzug kürzlich vorangegangen war sowie Haushalten mit türkischem Migrationshintergrund. Die Ergebnisse bestätigen, dass der Umzug in ein ethnisch geprägtes Gebiet vor allem das Resultat sozialer Unterschiede ist. Darüber hinaus bestehen jedoch spezifisch ethnische Aspekte, die zu unterschiedlichen Wohnortwahlen führen. Begrenztes Wissen über und eingeschränkte Berücksichtigung von vorhandenen Alternativen erhöhen die Wahrscheinlichkeit, in ein Gebiet mit hoher Migrantenpopulation zu ziehen. Die abweichenden Wohnortwahlen können nicht durch ökonomische Unterschiede alleine oder absichtlich segregierende Wohnortwahlen von Individuen erklärt werden."
Year 2007
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Starvation and violence amid the Soviet politics of silence : 1928–1929

Authors Olga BERTELSEN
Year 2017
Journal Name Genocide studies international, 2017, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 38–67
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21 Journal Article

Spatial Social Network Analysis of Resource Access in Rural South Africa

Authors Sam Schramski, Zhuojie Huang
Year 2016
Journal Name The Professional Geographer
Citations (WoS) 3
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22 Journal Article

Arbeitsbezogene Migration von Hochqualifizierten

Authors Anna-Lisa Müller, Jörg Plöger
Year 2019
Journal Name Geographische Zeitschrift
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23 Journal Article

Arbeitsbezogene Migration von Hochqualifizierten: Ein Plädoyer für eine geographische Perspektive

Authors Anna-Lisa Müller, Jörg Plöger
Year 2019
Journal Name Geographische Zeitschrift
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24 Journal Article

Mobilność przestrzenna, społeczna i kariery zawodowe migrantów: cele, problemy i podejścia badawcze

Year 2012
Journal Name Studia Migracyjne - Przegląd Polonijny
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25 Journal Article

Lines Across the Desert: Mobile phone use and mobility in the context of trans-Saharan migration

Authors Max Leonard SCHAUB
Year 2012
Journal Name Information Technology for Development, 2012, 18, 2, 126–144
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26 Journal Article

Contexts for mobilization: Spatial settings and Klan presence in North Carolina, 1964-1966

Authors David Cunningham, Benjamin T. Phillips
Year 2007
Journal Name American Journal of Sociology
Citations (WoS) 34
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28 Journal Article

RACE, GENDER, AND THE POLITICAL CONFLATION OF BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES

Authors Dorothy E. Roberts
Year 2012
Journal Name Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race
Citations (WoS) 1
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29 Journal Article

Analysing the Role of Social Visits on Migrants' Social Capital: A Personal Network Approach

Authors Gil Viry, E Widmer, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name Social Inclusion
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30 Journal Article

Transformaciones territoriales de las migraciones internas de los latinoamericanos en España en tiempos de crisis económica

Year 2016
Journal Name Scripta Nova : revista electrónica de geografía y ciencias sociales
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31 Journal Article

MAKING THE 2ND GHETTO - RACE AND HOUSING IN CHICAGO, 1940-1960 - HIRSCH,AR

Authors JF ZIMMERMAN
Year 1985
Journal Name The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
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32 Journal Article

Between Spatial and Social Segregation among Immigrants: The Case of Immigrants from the FSU in Israel

Authors Gustavo S. Mesch
Year 2002
Journal Name International Migration Review
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33 Journal Article

Between spatial and social segregation among immigrants: The case of immigrants from the FSU in Israel

Authors Gustavo S. Mesch
Year 2002
Journal Name International Migration Review
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34 Journal Article

Making the Second Ghetto: Race and Housing in Chicago, 1940-1960.Arnold R. Hirsch

Authors Alma Taeuber
Year 1985
Journal Name American Journal of Sociology
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35 Journal Article

The difficult conceptualisation of circular migration between the EU and the MENA region

Authors Tamirace FAKHOURY
Year 2010
Journal Name Journal of identity and migration studies
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36 Journal Article

Northern European retired residents in nine southern European areas: characteristics, motivations and adjustment

Authors MARÍA ANGELES CASADO-DÍAZ, CLAUDIA KAISER, ANTHONY M. WARNES
Year 2004
Journal Name AGEING AND SOCIETY
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37 Journal Article

Umweltwandel und menschliche Migration: Ein sozial-ökologischer Teufelskreis?

Principal investigator Kathleen Hermans (Principal Investigator)
Description
Das übergeordnete Ziel von MigSoKo ist es, die Mechanismen zu untersuchen, die den sich gegenseitig beeinflussenden Phänomenen Migration und Umweltwandel zugrunde liegen. Dazu sollen räumliche Muster von Migration und Umweltveränderungen identifiziert und begründet werden. Ebenso soll der kausale Zusammenhang von Umweltwandel, Bevölkerungsdruck und Migration sowie den ökologischen Konsequenzen von Migration erklärt werden. Hierzu werden im Projekt Daten und Methoden verschiedener Disziplinen auf verschiedenen räumlichen Ebenen (lokal, national, regional, global) systematisch miteinander kombiniert. So werden Zensus- und Fernerkundungsdaten mit Befragungen von Migranten, einer computergestützten Modellierung und partizipativen Szenarien verknüpft, um Mechanismen der umweltbedingten Abwanderung sowie ökologische Konsequenzen von Wanderungsbewegungen in Äthiopien zu identifizieren und zu erklären. Darauf basierend wird schließlich ein Instrument für politische Entscheidungsträger entwickelt, das eine systematische Integration von Migration und nachhaltiger Ressourcennutzung in Klimaanpassungspolitiken und -programmen ermöglicht. Damit zu erzielende Effekte sind beispielsweise eine verbesserte Existenzgrundlage der Haushalte vor Ort, eine regionale Verbesserung der Umweltbedingungen sowie überregionale Synergieeffekte.
Year 2016
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ETHNICITY AND THE AMERICAN CITY, 1840-1925 - CHANGING CONCEPTIONS OF THE SLUM AND GHETTO - WARD,D

Authors R MORRILL
Year 1990
Journal Name JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY
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39 Journal Article

The demographic and economic framework of circular migration in Belarus

Authors Anastacia BOBROVA, Liudmila SHAKHOTSKA
Description
Defining and thus measuring circular migration is a difficult task. Its definition is far from clear either at an academic or at the political level. In a comprehensive article Newland (2009) tries to identify all definitional issues by summarizing four dimensions which have been used to approach circular migration schemes: 1. spatial, which involves both the origin and the destination country; 2. temporal, which includes both short and long term movements; 3. iterative, including more than one cycle; and 4. developmental, describing a win-win-win process implying benefits for the country of origin, the country of destination and the migrant himself. When trying to measure this phenomenon, Belarus faces specific challenges as, at the time of writing, neither comprehensive statistics nor ad hoc surveys capture one specific trait of circularity, namely its repetitiveness.
Year 2012
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41 Report

High-skill migration and recession : gendered perspectives

Authors Anna TRIANDAFYLLIDOU, Irina ISAAKYAN
Year 2016
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42 Book

Mapping undocumented lives: Cross-border mobilities, urban spatialities and the paperless migrants in the EU / Rajanylityksiä, diasporan tiloja: paperittomien siirtolaisten EU (241 777 €)

Principal investigator Inka Kaakinen ()
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Project description: It is estimated that there are currently some 3.8 million paperless migrants living in the EU-member countries. Whereas the question of their (lack of) social rights has been brought up in several studies, very little is known about the ways they get by in cities and spaces without the due documents that would entitle them to those rights. In this study I aim to fill this gap and focus, therefore, on the embodied, material mobilities and moorings of the paperless migrants, the mobilisation of transnational networks and the politics and spatial practices in diaspora. The research maps the geographies of the “undocumented everyday” and gives the paperless a voice through a qualitative approach. It aims to trace some of the creative interfaces between work on urban public space, mobilities, transnational migrations and the intricate idea of development. The key concepts are inclusion, legality, visibility, mobility, power structures and, finally, people’s right to be (in public). / Hankkeen Julkinen kuvaus: EU:n alueella elää arviolta 3,8 miljoonaa paperitonta siirtolaista, joiden sosiaaliset oikeudet ovat viime aikoina nousseet tutkimuskysymyksiksi, mutta joiden arjen maantieteestä tiedetään edelleen hyvin vähän. Kuinka he selviävät kaupunkitiloissa, joissa heitä ei virallisesti ole olemassa ja joissa heidän ei tulisi näkyä? Tutkimus kartoittaa paperittomien arkea eri osissa EU:ta ja tuo esille, 1) kuinka kansalliset maahanmuutto- ja siirtolaispolitiikat muokkaavat paperittomien tilallisia käytäntöjä paikallisesti ja 2) mitä nämä diasporan tilat puolestaan kertovat parhaista käytännöistä EU:ssa. Tutkimusote on korostetun tilallinen, mutta liikkuu kaupunkimaantieteen lisäksi muuttoliike- ja kehitystutkimuksen rajapinnassa. Tutkimuksen avainkäsitteitä ovat näkyvyys, liikkuvuus, liikkuvat metodit, vallan rekisterit, kehitys sekä oikeus kaupunkitiloihin.
Year 2014
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44 Project

Remittances and inequality: A question of migration stage and geographic scale

Authors Richard C. Jones
Year 1998
Journal Name ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
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45 Journal Article

The Group Threat Hypothesis Revisited: A Spatial Analysis of NPD Electoral Support

Principal investigator Céline Teney (Principal Investigator)
Description
"Theoretical background and objectives The group threat hypothesis states that the perception by members of the majority group that an outside group threatens their group's prerogative is positively associated with prejudice against the out-group. The population share of the immigrant population is the most-often used indicator to compare group threat across spatial units. However, the application of multilevel techniques for the analysis of spatial data relieson the arbitrary fragmentation of a spatial context into discrete units disconnected from one another at a higher hierarchical level. Moreover, the effects of space are continuous so that people might be affected by the macro-social conditions not only of their area of residence but also of the context beyond these administrative boundaries, such as the surrounding areas. In order to overcome these shortcomings, this project applies spatially weighted regression to the analysis of the electoral success of the NPD, an extreme right-wing political party, during the 2009 German federal election. Findings The results do not support the group threat hypothesis: the immigrant rate remains insignificant in large areas of West Germany while it shows a negative and significant relationship with NPD electoral success in most localities in East Germany as well as in Northern Bavaria. The latter finding fits the contact hypothesis: a higher percentage of immigrants within an electoral district implies larger interethnic contact opportunities and this in turn leads to a lower proportion of votes for the NPD. Methodologically, the findings illustrate the importance of spatial variability and make the case for a broader research agenda dedicated to exploring the mechanisms underlying spatial non-stationarity."
Year 2010
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Immigrant Niches and the Intrametropolitan Spatial Division of Labour

Authors Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Virginia Parks
Year 2010
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 18
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48 Journal Article

Social citizenship, solidarity and welfare in regionalized and plurinational states

Authors Michael KEATING
Year 2009
Journal Name Citizenship Studies, 2009, 13, 5, 501-513
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49 Journal Article

Replacement Migration Revisited: Simulations of the Effects of Selected Population and Labor Market Strategies for the Aging Europe, 2002–2052

Authors Jakub Bijak, Dorota Kupiszewska, Marek Kupiszewski
Year 2008
Journal Name Population Research and Policy Review
Citations (WoS) 23
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50 Journal Article

Rahmenbedingungen von Zuwanderung und interkulturellem Zusammenleben in den ostdeutschen Bundesländern – eine Bestandsaufnahme

Authors Sybille Münch
Year 2013
Journal Name Raumforschung und Raumordnung
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51 Journal Article

Spatial Mobility from the Perspective of the Incomplete Migration Concept

Year 2012
Journal Name Central and Eastern European Migration Review
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53 Journal Article

“A Little More Ghetto, a Little Less Cultured”: Are There Racial Stereotypes about Interracial Daters in the United States?

Authors René D. Flores
Year 2020
Journal Name Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
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54 Journal Article

Integration and International Migration : Pathways and Integration Policies

Principal investigator Thomas Lacroix (Research Partner)
Description
The INTEGRIM research training programme aims to establish a multi-site network of early stage researchers (predominantly PhD students) at the eight partner institutions fostering a multidisciplinary research career on International Migration and Integration within the European context. The network will apply a qualification framework with a compatible set of qualifications/knowledge/skills across the national systems for graduates of the INTEGRIM programme. Besides, the INTEGRIM research training programme will address the integration challenges that migration flows pose to policy makers, civil society and industrial partners in Europe. The main features of the proposed research training programme can be described as follows: (1) provide high quality research training on integration policies and processes in the European Union and neighbouring countries. It aims to enhance the quality of the existing knowledge of scholars, policy makers, practitioners, economic actors and civil society dealing with integration. (2) contribute to the creation of an international inter-sectoral and multidisciplinary critical mass on the politics of integration and more specifically on cultural and identity management, citizenship and political participation, labour and social integration and urban integration, residential patterns and mobility. (3) enrich the political and social debate through a transnational multidisciplinary analysis on the causes and conditions leading to migrant integration and economic, social and territorial cohesion. The network aims to bring together key actors with proven experience and knowledge of integration policies and processes from academic, enterprise, civil society and public backgrounds. (4) provide EU policy makers and practitioners with qualitative and quantitative scientific tools to inform their decision making and implementation processes on the four indicated integration policy areas. The proposed programme aims to contribute to the EU’s integration agenda on the basis of the coherent approach to integration pursued at EU level and fostered by the European Commission.
Year 2007
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Architekturen des Asyls: Aneignungsprozesse in Flüchtlingsunterkünften

Principal investigator Philipp Misselwitz (Principal Investigator)
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Auf Basis architektur- und sozialwissenschaftlicher Methoden untersucht das Forschungsprojekt die physisch-materiellen und symbolischen Aneignungsprozesse von geflüchteten Menschen an unterschiedlichen Asylorten. Damit rückt es das handlungsrelevante Raumwissen in einer hochmobilen Ausnahmesituation (Flucht) in den Mittelpunkt. Empirisch ist die Studie so angelegt, dass syrische Geflüchtete vergleichend in Deutschland (Berlin) und Jordanien (Zataari) untersucht werden.
Year 2018
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56 Project

Handlungsorientiertes Positionspapier

Authors Paul Gans, Gabriela Bloem, Jens S. Dangschat, ...
Year 2014
Book Title Räumliche Auswirkungen der internationalen Migration
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57 Book Chapter

Spatial Mobility from the Perspective of the Incomplete Migration Concept

Year 2012
Journal Name Central and Eastern European Migration Review
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58 Journal Article

The Immigrant Household and Spatial Assimilation: Partnership, Nativity, and Neighborhood Location

Authors Mark Ellis, Richard Wright, Virginia Parks
Year 2006
Journal Name Urban Geography
Citations (WoS) 32
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60 Journal Article

The Spatial Association between U.S. Immigrant Residential Concentration and Environmental Hazards

Authors Lori M. Hunter
Year 2000
Journal Name International Migration Review
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61 Journal Article

The Spatial Association between U.S. Immigrant Residential Concentration and Environmental Hazards

Authors Lori M. Hunter
Year 2000
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 30
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62 Journal Article

A Border within a Border: The Migrants' Squatter Settlement in Patras as a Heterotopia

Authors Lafazani Olga
Year 2013
Journal Name Journal of Borderlands Studies
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63 Journal Article

Do Foreigners Replace Native Immigrants? Evidence from a panel cointegration analysis

Authors Herbert BRÜCKER, Stefano FACCHIN, Alessandra VENTURINI
Year 2011
Journal Name Economic Modelling, 2011, 28, 3, 1078–1089
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64 Journal Article

Australia’s irregular migration information campaigns: border externalization, spatial imaginaries, and extraterritorial subjugation

Authors Josh Watkins
Year 2017
Journal Name Territory, Politics, Governance
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65 Journal Article

Forced Migration and Transnational Family Arrangements – Eritrean and Syrian Refugees in Germany

Principal investigator Leonore Sauer (Principal Investigator ), Andreas Ette (Principal Investigator ), Elisabeth K. Kraus (Principal Investigator ), Nikola Sander (Principal Investigator )
Description
"Transnationale Familien, in denen Familienmitglieder im Herkunftsland verbleiben, während ein oder mehrere Familienmitglieder ins Ausland migrieren, sind ein Phänomen, das seit Ende der 1990er Jahre verstärkt in den Fokus der Wissenschaft gerückt ist. Jedoch beschäftigen sich bis jetzt nur wenige Studien umfassend mit transnationalen Familienkonstellationen im Kontext von Fluchtmigration. Sowohl die ursprüngliche Migrationsentscheidung als auch die Situation im Zielland hängen dabei nicht alleine von den migrierenden Individuen, sondern auch von ihrem familiären Kontext ab. Ziel des Projektes ist es daher, zu untersuchen, welcher Zusammenhang zwischen unterschiedlichen Familienkonstellationen und den durch die Flucht bedingten Veränderungen und dem Leben der geflüchteten Personen in Deutschland besteht. Das in Kooperation mit dem Forschungszentrum des Bundesamts für Migration und Flüchtlinge durchgeführte Projekt analysiert dabei, welche Formen, Strukturen und regionale Verortung transnationale Familien aufweisen. Darüber hinaus wird nicht nur die Entstehung von transnationalen Familien beleuchtet, sondern auch deren Veränderungen, die durch den Verbleib der Migrantinnen und Migranten im Zielland, Weiterwanderung oder deren Rückkehr ins Herkunftsland oder Familienzusammenführung ausgelöst sind. Durch die mit der Migration verbundene räumliche Trennung einzelner Familienmitglieder verändern sich die Beziehungen innerhalb einer Familie: Es soll daher außerdem untersucht werden, wie die Beziehungen zu den zurückgebliebenen Familienmitgliedern im Herkunftsland gepflegt werden sowie welche familiären Austauschprozesse existieren. Des Weiteren sollen im Rahmen dieser Studie auch die Wechselwirkungen zwischen Familienkonstellationen und sozialen Netzwerken beziehungsweise der sozialen Einbindung in Deutschland herausgearbeitet werden."
Year 2017
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Absence of a 'community' and spatial invisibility : migrants from Albania in Greece and the case of Thessaloniki

Authors Ifigeneia KOKKALI
Year 2011
Book Title Frank ECKARDT and John EADE (eds), Ethnically diverse city, Berlin : Berliner-Wissenschaafts-Verlag, 2011, Future urban research in Europe ; 4, pp. 85-114
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67 Book Chapter

Social and Political Implications of Labor Migration in Ukraine in the Mirror of the Sociological Analysis

Authors Ekaterina IVASCHENKO
Description
Based on official data and sociological studies the article provides an overview of the main features of contemporary migration processes in Ukraine and its key implications for changes in the socio-political situation in the country. The conclusion is that international labor migration from Ukraine is a natural form of citizens’ spatial self-organization in the conditions of the economic crises and unstable political situation in the country and the world. Attention is drawn to the fact that although immigration is gaining momentum in Ukraine (since the mid-2000s it became the host country with a positive balance of international movements), it is unable to compensate for the increasing competential imbalance in the domestic labor market and make up for the loss of national human resources. Low integration potential of the existing system of social and labor relations prevents the successful inclusion into society of returning Ukrainian migrants and arriving in Ukraine foreign labor force. Prevention of mass migration outflows from Ukraine due to improved economic, legal and civil environment in the country, promotion of comprehensive monitoring of citizens entering and leaving the country and their full integration into the internal labor market should be a priority of the national strategy and tactics for the national development of Ukraine.
Year 2012
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68 Report

Regional out-migration patterns in Russia

Authors Zuzanna BRUNARSKA
Year 2014
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69 Working Paper

Migration in the Southern Balkans

Authors Martin Baldwin-Edwards, Hans Vermeulen, Riki van Boeschoten
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70 Book

Migrants’ long-term residential trajectories in Sweden: persistent neighbourhood deprivation or spatial assimilation?

Authors Louisa Vogiazides, Guilherme Kenji Chihaya
Year 2020
Journal Name Housing Studies
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71 Journal Article

Role zahraniční migrace v měnící se sociálně-prostorové diferenciaci Prahy.

Authors Ivana Přidalová, Martin Ouředníček
Year 2017
Journal Name Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review
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72 Journal Article

Immigrant groups and the local environment: socio-spatial differentiation in Czech metropolitan areas

Authors Ivana Přidalová, Jiří Hasman
Year 2018
Journal Name Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography
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73 Journal Article

Spatial Mobility, Alcohol Use, Sexual Behavior and Sexual Health Among Males in India

Authors Kamla Gupta, Nabanita Majumder, Y. Vaidehi
Year 2010
Journal Name AIDS AND BEHAVIOR
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74 Journal Article

Describing and projecting the age and spatial structures of interregional migration in Italy

Authors James Raymer, Alberto Bonaguidi, Alessandro Valentini
Year 2006
Journal Name POPULATION SPACE AND PLACE
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75 Journal Article

Do Foreigners Replace Natives Immigrants? Evidence from a Panel Cointegration Analysis

Authors Herbert BRÜCKER, Stefano FACHIN, Alessandra VENTURINI
Year 2009
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77 Working Paper

Spatial Capability for Understanding Gendered Mobility for Korean Christian Immigrant Women in Los Angeles

Authors HaeRan Shin
Year 2011
Journal Name Urban Studies
Citations (WoS) 10
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78 Journal Article

Ukrainian Migration to the European Union

Authors Marta Kindler, Olena Fedyuk
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79 Book

The migration archipelago : social navigation and migrant agency

Authors Anna TRIANDAFYLLIDOU
Year 2019
Journal Name International Migration
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81 Journal Article

The Double Pincer of Migration. Revisiting the Migration and Development Nexus through a Spatial Lens

Authors Paolo Novak
Year 2016
Journal Name Colombia Internacional
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82 Journal Article

Ablehnungskulturen in Europa

Principal investigator Manuela Bojadzijev (Principal Investigator)
Description
"Nationalismus und Rechtspopulismus entwickeln sich zu einem immer größer werdenden Problem für die freiheitliche demokratische Grundordnung in Europa. Sie führen zu sozialer Polarisierung sowie Radikalisierung und verändern das alltägliche Leben entscheidend. Die ""Kulturen der Ablehnung"" gegenüber Immigration, politischen Eliten, Institutionen der Zivilgesellschaft und der Medien, europäischer Integration u. ä. gehen laut der Arbeitshypothese der Forschungsprojektgruppe aus als negativ erlebten Veränderungen und Krisen hervor. Daher steht im Fokus ihrer Untersuchung unter anderem, in welchen On- und Offline-Umgebungen sich solche Gruppen bewegen und verbreiten und wie sie sich an unterschiedlichen Orten zusammensetzen. Für einen transnationalen Überblick über das Phänomen arbeiten Forscherinnen und Forscher aus Österreich, Kroatien, Deutschland, Serbien und Schweden zusammen. Das Projekt wird von der Volkswagen-Stiftung finanziert und das Team besteht aus Manuela Bojadžijev (Leuphana-Universität Lüneburg), Dr. Irena Fiket (University of Belgrade / Serbien), Prof. Dr. Birgit Sauer (Universität Wien / Österreich), Dr. Sanja Bojanic (University of Rijeka / Kroatien) and Prof. Dr. Stefan Jonsson (Linköping University / Schweden)."
Year 2019
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84 Project

Migration and Long-Distance Commuting Histories and Their Links to Career Achievement in Germany: A Sequence Analysis

Authors Gil Viry, Heiko Rüger, Thomas Skora
Year 2014
Journal Name Sociological Research Online
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85 Journal Article

Movilidad residencial regional, migraciones y balance territorial en la Comunidad de Madrid durante la crisis económica

Authors Julio A. Del Pino Artacho
Year 2017
Journal Name Papers. Revista de Sociologia
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87 Journal Article

Dynamique des Circulations Migratoires et mobilités transfrontalières entre Guyane, Surinam, Brésil, Guyana et Haïti

Description
Ce programme interdisciplinaire s’articule autour de l’analyse des relations entre les migrations internationales et les autres formes de mobilités nationales ou transnationales, la question des langues et des identités dans la migration, les politiques migratoires et l’impact des mobilités sur le développement. Appréhendé à différentes échelles spatiales et sociales d’analyse, le terrain d’étude apparaît comme un cas exemplaire permettant de questionner les rapports nord-sud, et d’examiner la formation de nouveaux espaces transfrontaliers et transnationaux dans un monde en processus de globalisation.
Year 2007
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88 Project

Climate Change Impacts on Migration and Urbanization

Principal investigator Ruud Koopmans (Principal Investigator), Marc Helbling (Principal Investigator)
Description
Millions of international migrants have recently sought refuge in Europe, animating debates about the best ways to manage migration. Even more people are being displaced within their home countries every year due to natural disasters like floods and storms; and underlying these sudden events is a steady flow of people leaving their rural livelihoods behind and flocking to the cities in an ongoing trend towards urbanization. Across spatial scales, humanity is on the move. And, that much is clear, climate change plays a role in this: whether in the form of unprecedented droughts that drive people to abandon their fields (as likely happened in Syria just before the war) or through differential impacts on countries’ economies that widen the income gaps and fuel international migration. But how large are the effects of climate change - and how do they interact across spatial scales? Little to no quantitative research is available, and the numbers that have been proposed (e.g. of “environmental refugees”) are often crude estimates, and are highly contested. IMPETUS aims for a unified, quantitative modeling approach to understand the linkages between migration, urbanization, and climate change. To this end, the project combines interdisciplinary expertise from climate change, migration, and urban development. The project will not only provide a better understanding of the relevant environmental and social processes, but also provide valuable data - including projections of future migration and urbanization under climate change - to science and policymakers. This may contribute to anticipating political and humanitarian crises and improving migration policies, as well as climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts, in a rapidly changing world.
Year 2018
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89 Project

Diverging mobilities, converging immobility? Romanian Roma youths at the crossroad between spatial, social and educational im/mobility

Authors Stefano Piemontese, Bálint-Ábel Bereményi,, Silvia Carrasco
Year 2018
Journal Name Intersections, Eastern European Journal of Society and Politics
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90 Journal Article

Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union in the Israeli Housing Market: Spatial Aspects of Supply and Demand

Authors Gabriel Lipshitz
Year 1997
Journal Name Urban Studies
Citations (WoS) 17
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91 Journal Article

How Can Mainstream Parties Prevent Niche Party Success? Center-Right Parties and the Immigration Issue

Authors Sergi Pardos-Prado
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF POLITICS
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92 Journal Article

Optimizing community screening for tuberculosis: Spatial analysis of localized case finding from door-to-door screening for TB in an urban district of Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam

Authors Luan Luan Nguyen Quang Vo, Jacob Creswell, Thanh Thanh Nguyen Vu, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name PLoS ONE
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93 Journal Article

In-between places: Trans-saharan transit migrants in Morocco and the fragmented journey to Europe

Authors Michael Collyer
Year 2007
Journal Name ANTIPODE
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94 Journal Article

Theorising new European youth mobilities

Authors Russell King
Year 2018
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 7
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96 Journal Article

The Routledge handbook of the governance of migration and diversity in cities

Authors Tiziana CAPONIO, Peter SCHOLTEN, Ricard ZAPATA-BARRERO
Year 2019
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97 Book

Does the Internet encourage people to move? Investigating Swedish young adults' internal migration experiences and plans

Authors Bertil Vilhelmson, Eva Thulin
Year 2013
Journal Name Geoforum
Citations (WoS) 12
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99 Journal Article

Governing irregular migration at the margins of Europe: The case of hotspots on the Greek islands

Authors A. Dimitriadi
Year 2017
Journal Name Etnografia e ricerca qualitativa
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100 Journal Article
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