Migration – Globalisation - Mondialisation



Migration, integration, and citizenship in Western Europe: the role of civic integration requirements in the Netherlands and Germany
Süm, Elif; Kale Lack, Başak; Department of European Studies (2017)
This study analyzes civic-integration policies that have been introduced between 2000 and 2010 in Western-European states. These civic-integration policies introduced citizenship tests and interviews into the naturalization process of migrants by requiring knowledge of host society’s language, history, law and institutions, and culture. Accordingly, in this thesis, these requirements are examined within the framework of liberal, republican, and communitarian citizenship theories looking whether these requir...
Migration trends and policies in Post-Soviet Russia
Ünsal, Duygu; Tanrısever, Oktay Fırat; Department of Eurasian Studies (2008)
This thesis seeks to examine the internal and external migration trends in the Russian Federation. The thesis also examines the internal migration trends in the Soviet Union as well as Soviet emigration and migration policies. The thesis focuses mainly on the migration policy of the Russian Federation. The main argument of the thesis is that although ethnic dynamics, armed conflicts and nationalist clashes play important roles in Russia’s migration trends, the main force of Russia’s internal and external mi...
Migration Policies in the European Union: Recent Developments and its Impacts on Society and Politics
Okyayuz, Mehmet (2009-05-21)
Migration and Song
Jassal, Smita Tewari (Zed Books, London , 2006-09-01)
Migration: theory, research and practice in guidance and counselling
Hughes, Deirdre; Akkok, Fusun; Arulmani, Gideon; Zelloth, Helmut (Informa UK Limited, 2019-01-02)
Citation Formats
M. Okyayuz, Migration – Globalisation - Mondialisation. 2014.