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Response Strategies and Response Styles in Cross-Cultural Surveys

Authors Meike Morren, John Gelissen, JK Vermunt
Year 2012
Journal Name CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH
Citations (WoS) 12
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3701 Journal Article

Response Strategies and Response Styles in Cross-Cultural Surveys

Authors Meike Morren, John Gelissen, JK Vermunt
Year 2012
Journal Name CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH
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3702 Journal Article

Cross-cultural cognitive categorization of students by Guatemalan teachers

Authors RA Chesterfield, KI Enge, FE Rubio
Year 2002
Journal Name CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH
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3703 Journal Article

Medical professionalism of foreign-born and foreign-trained physicians under close scrutiny: A qualitative study with stakeholders in Germany

Authors Corinna Klingler, Fatiha Ismail, Georg Marckmann, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name PLOS ONE
Citations (WoS) 2
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3704 Journal Article

In between cultures: Social research in the intercultural context

Authors Martin Weichbold
Year 2015
Journal Name OSTERREICHISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT FUER SOZIOLOGIE
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3705 Journal Article

Racial differences in household wealth: Beyond Black and White

Authors Lori Ann Campbell, Robert L. Kaufman
Year 2006
Journal Name RESEARCH IN SOCIAL STRATIFICATION AND MOBILITY
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3706 Journal Article

Western Balkans Annual Risk Analysis

Description
The WB-ARA (Western Balkans Annual Risk Analysis) is structured around the following elements: (1) a description of the general context in which border controls at common borders occur; (2) annual risk assessment, which includes identification and detailed description of the main risks affecting both the area of the Western Balkans and Member States or Schengen Associated Countries; (3) outlook and mitigating actions summary, which take into account relevant EU policy developments. The statistical annex of the WB-ARA includes summary tables describing the key indicators of irregular migration in detail.
Year 2011
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3707 Data Set

Questioning the tensions between the ‘refugee’ and ‘IDP’ concepts: a rebuttal

Authors M. Barutciski
Year 1999
Journal Name Forced Migration Review
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3708 Journal Article

The public health critical race methodology: Praxis for antiracism research

Authors Chandra L. Ford, Collins O. Airhihenbuwa
Year 2010
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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3709 Journal Article

Race in the Ontology of International Order

Authors Branwen Gruffydd Jones
Year 2008
Journal Name POLITICAL STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 17
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3710 Journal Article

Asylum Country Results and Analysis

Authors Nawita Direkwut, Benjamin Harkins, Aungkana Kamonpetch
Book Title Resettlement of Displaced Persons on the Thai-Myanmar Border
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3711 Book Chapter

A second-generation disappointment aversion theory of decision making under risk

Authors Pavlo Blavatskyy
Year 2018
Journal Name THEORY AND DECISION
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3712 Journal Article

Second Generation Beacon for GALILEO/EGNOS EGNSS Search And Rescue applications

Description
The HELIOS project aims at providing a Second Generation range of Beacons (SGB) and associated antennas designed to operate with the full capability of the new Meosar Cospas/Sarsat (C/S) International Programme (a satellite-based Search And Rescue (SAR) distress alert detection and information distribution system), embedded in the Navigation Satellite Systems as GALILEO. The Search & Rescue community is at a turn of its history. New satellite systems develops the MEOSAR constellation of Cospas-Sarsat system, EGNOS improves significantly the performance of localization introducing new capabilities and new operations impossible before, GALILEO unique differentiation with the RLS added to the performance of the system will contribute to save more lives at sea and on land. The key objectives of the HELIOS project are: 1 - Defining, developing Products (beacons and associated antennas) compatible with EGNSS & SAR services and latest end-users’ requirements. 2 - GALILEO EGNSS & SAR System validation. 3 - Certifications for commercialization. The HELIOS consortium composed of Orolia, Cobham aerospace communications, CNES, SIOEN, Air France, and Airbus, is involved in different relevant international working groups (Cospas-Sarsat, ICAO, EUROCAE), and will ensure that the development phase of the SGB will be in line with the compatibility and interoperability required by the Cospas-Sarsat. Gathering the knowledge of major players recognized in their industry worldwide, the HELIOS partners project will give the vehicle to the European Industry to lead the way for safer, more innovative systems responding to current and evolving market problems.
Year 2016
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3713 Project

Respect and Respectability amongst Second-Generation Arab and Muslim Australian Men

Authors Greg Noble
Year 2007
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL STUDIES
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3714 Journal Article

The personal dimensions of difference scale: Measuring multi-group identity with four ethnic groups

Authors E Dunbar
Year 1997
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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3715 Journal Article

As French as Anyone Else: Islam and the North African Second Generation in France

Authors Jean Beaman
Year 2016
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 3
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3716 Journal Article

The Intersections of Culture and Power in Clinician and Interpreter Relationships: A Qualitative Study

Authors Emily Becher, Elizabeth Wieling
Year 2015
Journal Name CULTURAL DIVERSITY & ETHNIC MINORITY PSYCHOLOGY
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3718 Journal Article

'Not everyone can be a Gandhi': South Asian-trained doctors immigrating to Canada, c. 1961-1971

Authors David Wright, Sasha Mullally
Year 2016
Journal Name ETHNICITY & HEALTH
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3719 Journal Article

The limitations of whiteness and the boundaries of englishness - Second-generation Irish identifications and positionings in multiethnic Britain

Authors MJ Hickman, S Morgan, B Walter, ...
Year 2005
Journal Name ETHNICITIES
Citations (WoS) 54
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3721 Journal Article

Family from Afar? Transnationalism and Refugee Extended Families after Resettlement

Authors Breanne Leigh Grace
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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3722 Journal Article

'It was about claiming space': exposure to Asian American studies, ethnic organization participation, and the negotiation of self among southeast Asian Americans

Authors Monica M. Trieu
Year 2018
Journal Name RACE ETHNICITY AND EDUCATION
Citations (WoS) 1
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3723 Journal Article

The academic progress of Hispanic immigrants

Authors Marie C. Hull
Year 2017
Journal Name ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 2
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3724 Journal Article

Canadian Liberalism and the Politics of Border Control, 1867-1967

Authors Shezan Muhammedi
Year 2016
Journal Name BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES
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3725 Journal Article

The Effectiveness of a Racialized Counterstrategy

Authors
Year 2019
Journal Name AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
Citations (WoS) 1
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3726 Journal Article

Family from Afar? Transnationalism and Refugee Extended Families after Resettlement

Authors Breanne Leigh Grace
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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3727 Journal Article

Mobilising for pure prestige? Challenging Federal census ethnic categories in the USA (1850-1940)

Authors P Schor
Year 2005
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL
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3729 Journal Article

National report on the governance of the asylum reception system in Greece

Authors Angeliki DIMITRIADI, Antonia-Maria SARANTAKI
Description
Greece since 2015 is faced with an unprecedented humanitarian crisis as well as management crisis. As the number of arrivals increased and then reduced, the country was challenged to find ways of adequately addressing the needs of asylum seekers. The present report seeks to map out how the reception system of Greece is governed, and the role of localities (Cities) in this governance process. The report highlights the presence of a complex national reception system that is still in its infancy with high levels of centralisation as regards decision-making processes and high levels of decentralisation as regards implementation. The pioneering role of cities is also discussed, in seeking to contribute to the reception system, often beyond the limits of their mandate.
Year 2019
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3730 Report

In between cultures: Social research in the intercultural context

Authors Martin Weichbold
Year 2015
Journal Name OSTERREICHISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT FUER SOZIOLOGIE
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3731 Journal Article

Returns to foreign and host country qualifications : evidence from the US on the labour market placement of migrants and the second generation

Authors Sergio LO IACONO, Neli DEMIREVA
Year 2018
Journal Name Social inclusion, 2018, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 142-152
3732 Journal Article

Returns to Foreign and Host Country Qualifications: Evidence from the US on the Labour Market Placement of Migrants and the Second Generation

Authors Sergio Lo Iacono, Neli Demireva
Year 2018
Journal Name SOCIAL INCLUSION
Citations (WoS) 1
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3733 Journal Article

Split Allegiances: Cultural Muslims and the Tension Between Religious and National Identity in Multicultural Societies

Authors Liza Hopkins, Cameron McAuliffe
Year 2010
Journal Name STUDIES IN ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM
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3734 Journal Article

Disadvantaged, but morally superior: ethnic boundary making strategies of second-generation male Turkish immigrant youth in Germany

Authors
Year 2018
Journal Name IDENTITIES-GLOBAL STUDIES IN CULTURE AND POWER
Citations (WoS) 1
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3736 Journal Article

Open Minds on Open Borders

Authors Nathan Basik
Year 2012
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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3737 Journal Article

Does race matter among Cuban immigrants? An analysis of the racial characteristics of recent Cuban immigrants

Authors BE Aguirre, EB Silva
Year 2002
Journal Name JOURNAL OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
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3738 Journal Article

The Impact of Externalization of Migration Controls on the Rights of Asylum Seekers and Other Migrants

Authors Bill Frelick, Ian Kysel, Jennifer Podkul
Journal Name Journal on Migration and Human Security
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3739 Journal Article

Racial economic subordination and white gain in the U.S. South

Authors Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, VJ Roscigno
Year 1996
Journal Name AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
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3740 Journal Article

Distinguishing between primary and secondary racial identification in analyses of health disparities of a multiracial population in Hawaii

Authors Andrew Wey, James Davis, Tetine Sentell, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name ETHNICITY & HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 1
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3741 Journal Article

A CROSS-CULTURAL-ANALYSIS OF ACHIEVEMENT-MOTIVATION IN ANGLO-AMERICAN AND JAPANESE MARATHON RUNNERS

Authors CT HAYASHI, MR WEISS
Year 1994
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY
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3742 Journal Article

Malcolm X, Smethwick, and the influence of the African American freedom struggle on British race relations in the 1960s

Authors Joe Street
Year 2008
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BLACK STUDIES
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3743 Journal Article

Social support under siege: An analysis of forced migration among women from the Democratic Republic of Congo

Authors Karin Wachter, Lauren E. Gulbas
Year 2018
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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3744 Journal Article

The Enhanced Self-Reported Health Outcome Observed in Hispanics/Latinos Who are Socially-Assigned as White is Dependent on Nativity

Authors Edward D. Vargas, Gabriel R. Sanchez, Ballington L. Kinlock
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 4
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3745 Journal Article

PROMOTING LABOUR MARKET INTEGRATION AMONG SWEDEN’S MIGRANT POPULATION

Authors Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Year 2015
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3746 Policy Brief

Strivers vs skivers: Class prejudice and the demonisation of dependency in everyday life

Authors G Valentine, Catherine Harris
Year 2014
Journal Name GEOFORUM
Citations (WoS) 57
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3747 Journal Article

Foreign Policy, Human Rights and the United Kingdom

Authors Conor Foley, Keir Starmer
Year 1998
Journal Name SOCIAL POLICY & ADMINISTRATION
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3748 Journal Article

NARRATION AND RITUAL FORMATION OF DIASPORIC IDENTITY: THE CASE OF SECOND GENERATION KARELIAN EVACUEES

Authors Pertti Alasuutari, Maarit Alasuutari
Year 2009
Journal Name IDENTITIES-GLOBAL STUDIES IN CULTURE AND POWER
Citations (WoS) 5
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3750 Journal Article

Sexual behaviour of second generation Moroccan immigrants balancing between traditional attitudes and safe sex

Authors K Hendrickx, Paul Van Royen, E Lodewijckx, ...
Year 2002
Journal Name PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
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3751 Journal Article

Refugee resettlement in the EU : between shared standards and diversity in legal and policy frames

Authors Delphine PERRIN, Frank MCNAMARA
Description
The report presents and compares frameworks and policies relating to refugee resettlement in EU Member States. The time-frame of the report is the last decade, i.e. 2003 to 2013. It is based on the research conducted for the Know Reset Project and extensively uses the interviews with different stakeholders involved in refugee resettlement in the EU, which make valuable contribution to the understanding of Member States’ options and policies in the domain of refugee resettlement. This report firstly seeks to present and explain the evolution of EU Member States’ commitment in resettlement during the last decade by linking it to relevant related initiatives at international (UNHCR) and EU levels, most importantly in 2007/2008 and 2011/2012. The report secondly presents and compares the content of resettlement-related frameworks and policies in EU Member States, and seeks to analyse them in light of common standards and priorities developed by the UNHCR and the EU. Last, the report tries to clarify the apparent dichotomy between resettlement and intra-EU relocation and the ambiguous relation between the two processes, which may raise priority issues in refugee protection burden-sharing.
Year 2013
3752 Report

Wealth Inequality Among Immigrants: Consistent Racial/Ethnic Inequality in the United States

Authors Matthew A. Painter, Zhenchao Qian
Year 2016
Journal Name POPULATION RESEARCH AND POLICY REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 4
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3753 Journal Article

Group dominance and the myth of racial democracy: Antiracism attitudes in Brazil

Authors Bailey
Year 2004
Journal Name AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
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3754 Journal Article

Factor analysis of the ESL/EFL Strategy Inventory for Language Learning: Generation 1.5 Korean immigrant college students' language learning strategies

Authors Misook Heo, Rosa Stoffa, Joseph C. Kush
Year 2012
Journal Name LANGUAGE CULTURE AND CURRICULUM
Citations (WoS) 9
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3755 Journal Article

Persisting Differences or Adaptation to German Fertility Patterns? First and Second Birth Behavior of the 1.5 and Second Generation Turkish Migrants in Germany

Authors Sandra Krapf, Katharina Wolf
Year 2015
Journal Name KOLNER ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SOZIOLOGIE UND SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
Citations (WoS) 15
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3756 Journal Article

THE NEW 2ND-GENERATION - SEGMENTED ASSIMILATION AND ITS VARIANTS

Authors A Portes, M ZHOU
Year 1993
Journal Name ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
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3757 Journal Article

The Costs of Secondary Migration: Perspectives from Local Voluntary Agencies in the USA

Authors Jeffrey Bloem, Scott Loveridge
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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3758 Journal Article

Latvian-Americans in the post-Soviet era: Cultural factors on return migration in oral history interviews

Authors M Hinkle
Year 2006
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BALTIC STUDIES
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3759 Journal Article

From sword to plowshare: using race for discrimination and antidiscrimination in the United States

Authors Ann Morning, D Sabbagh
Year 2005
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL
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3760 Journal Article

Race and Place in the Adaptation of Mariel Exiles*

Year 2006
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
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3761 Journal Article

The Iraqi Refugee Crisis and Turkey: a Legal Outlook

Authors Ibrahim KAYA
Description
Abstract: Turkey witnessed a massive influx of Iraqis in both 1988 and 1991, when respectively around 50,000 and 460,000 Iraqis sought refuge there. In 2003, Turkey took measures to guard against another mass influx: and though around two million Iraqis fled out of the country, only 10,000 arrived in Turkey. However, a larger number may flee to Turkey, particularly if security deteriorates in the northern parts of Iraq. Turkey is the only one of Iraq’s direct neighbours to be party to the UN Refugees Convention. Yet, Turkey nevertheless introduced a geographical limitation: Iraqis, like other non-Europeans, are not granted refugee status. However, the customary law principle of non-refoulement is applied to anyone, including Iraqis, considered either as “asylum seeker” or recognized as de facto refugee. With regard to the protection provided and the rights recognized, there is not much difference between their situation and a 1951 UN Convention refugee, except that they are not meant to stay and integrate into Turkey but to be resettled in a third country. Both procedural and substantive international refugee law standards are applied in Turkey. The UNHCR also plays a part and decides the cases of persons who have applied for “refugee status” in Turkey, helping the resettlement of Iraqis in third countries. Turkey has adopted a system for dealing with individual asylum claims and the system seems to have satisfied international legal standards. However, the system is not designed to answer collective asylum claims and might collapse in the event of a massive influx. Résumé La Turquie a déjà connu deux arrivées massives d’Irakiens en quête d’asile, en 1988 (50.000) et 1991 (460.000). En 2003, elle a pris des mesures pour prévenir une nouvelle arrivée de cette ampleur, il est en effet assez remarquable que seuls 10.000 des 2 millions d’Irakiens qui ont fuit leur pays sont arrivés en Turquie. Néanmoins, de nouvelles arrivées sont considérées comme possibles, en particulier, si les conditions de sécurité dans le Nord de l’Irak venaient à se détériorer. La Turquie est le seul pays directement voisin de l’Iraq a avoir ratifié la Convention de 1951 relative au statut des réfugiés. Elle a cependant formulé une réserve géographique de telle sorte que les Irakiens, comme tout autre « non européen » ne se voient pas reconnaître le statut de réfugié en vertu de la Convention. Néanmoins, le principe de non refoulement, dont le caractère coutumier est reconnu en droit international s’applique à chacun, en ce compris aux réfugiés en provenance d’Irak, qu’ils soient considérés comme demandeurs d’asile ou réfugiés de facto. Au regard de la qualité de leur protection et de leurs droits, peu de différences notables doivent être signalées par comparaison au statut reconnu aux « réfugiés » en vertu de la Convention de 1951. Avec une réserve notable, ils n’ont pas vocation à rester et à s’intégrer mais à être réinstallés. Les standards procéduraux et substantiels du droit international des réfugiés sont applicables en Turquie. Le UNHCR y joue un rôle majeur, il prend la décision de reconnaissance de la qualité de « réfugié » et intervient dans les procédures de réinstallations dans des pays tiers. La Turquie a mis en place un système pour traiter des demandes individuelles d’asile et ce système semble généralement rencontrer les standards internationaux. Il n’est néanmoins pas adapté dans les hypothèses d’afflux massifs.
Year 2009
3762 Report

Ethnic discrimination in hiring decisions: a meta-analysis of correspondence tests 1990-2015

Authors Eva Zschirnt, Didier Ruedin
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 46
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3763 Journal Article

The use of x-rays to determine the age of young asylum seekers

Authors Danielle Hamm, R Mussell, J Sheather, ...
Year 2008
Journal Name JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS
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3764 Journal Article

The International Legal Obligations owed to the Asylum Seekers on the MV Tampa

Authors C. M.-J. Bostock
Year 2002
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFUGEE LAW
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3765 Journal Article

International winter tourism entrepreneurs in northern Sweden: understanding migration, lifestyle, and business motivations

Authors Doris Anna Carson, Marco Eimermann, Dean B. Carson
Year 2018
Journal Name SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
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3766 Journal Article

The impact of the Lisbon Treaty on the development of EU immigration legislation

Authors Lehte ROOTS
Year 2009
Journal Name Croatian yearbook of European law and policy, 2009, Vol. 5, pp. 261-281
3767 Journal Article

Attitudes influence implicit racial face categorization in a perceptual task

Authors Yina Ma, Shengmin Yang, Shihui Han
Year 2011
Journal Name GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS
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3768 Journal Article

VLADIMIR VYSOTSKY'S POETRY IN THE IMAGOLOGICAL CONTEXT: THE TENDENCIES OF THE TRANSLATION PERCEPTION

Authors Yana V. Psaila
Year 2017
Journal Name TEKST KNIGA KNIGOIZDANIE-TEXT BOOK PUBLISHING
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3769 Journal Article

Challenging evaluation to the cross-cultural test: Program evaluation in cross-cultural settings

Authors Kathryn A Hecht
Year 1979
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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3770 Journal Article

Race and Religion in Social Services

Authors Suzie S. Weng
Year 2017
Journal Name RACE AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
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3771 Journal Article

Pre-college and college predictors of longitudinal changes in multiracial college students' self-reported race

Authors Casandra Elena Harper
Year 2016
Journal Name RACE ETHNICITY AND EDUCATION
Citations (WoS) 3
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3772 Journal Article

Perceiving race relevance in everyday events: Target race matters, perceiver race does not

Authors Diana E. Betz, Denise Sekaquaptewa, Laura R. Ramsey
Year 2013
Journal Name GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS
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3773 Journal Article

Everyday Injustices: Barriers to Access to Justice for Immigration Detainees in Canada

Authors Stephanie J. Silverman, Petra Molnar
Year 2016
Journal Name REFUGEE SURVEY QUARTERLY
Citations (WoS) 4
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3774 Journal Article

Framing and Source Effects on White College Students' Reactions to Racial Inequity Information

Authors Linh Nguyen Littleford, James A. Jones
Year 2017
Journal Name CULTURAL DIVERSITY & ETHNIC MINORITY PSYCHOLOGY
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3775 Journal Article

The role of social science in the legitimation of racial hierarchy

Authors Stephen Steinberg
Year 1998
Journal Name Race and Society
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3776 Journal Article

Who is multiracial? Assessing the complexity of lived race

Authors DR Harris, JJ Sim
Year 2002
Journal Name AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
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3777 Journal Article

The Lurking Racism: Exploring Racial Microaggression in the Malaysian University Setting

Authors M. Lino, I. H. M. Hashim, R. Ricardo
Year 2017
Journal Name PERTANIKA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES
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3778 Journal Article

Planning for the American Dream: The College-Savings Behavior of Asian and Latino Foreign-Born Parents in the United States

Authors Molly Dondero, Melissa Humphries
Year 2016
Journal Name POPULATION RESEARCH AND POLICY REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 2
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3780 Journal Article

Major Depressive Disorder and Dysthymia at the Intersection of Nativity and Racial-Ethnic Origins

Authors Magdalena Szaflarski, Karthikeyan Meganathan, Lisa A. Cubbins, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 3
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3781 Journal Article

The Neglect of Racism as an Ethical Issue in Health Care

Authors Megan-Jane Johnstone, Olga Kanitsaki
Year 2010
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 8
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3782 Journal Article

Oblivious identitY Management for Private and User-friendly Services

Description
At first sight, privacy and strong identity seem inherently at odds. Indeed, if users are strongly identified during a transaction, then privacy is non-existent. Nevertheless, there exist mechanisms that can reconcile privacy and strong identity, either by trusting an online identity provider (IDP), or by using cryptographic mechanisms such as anonymous credentials. The former approach, made popular by technologies such as SAML, OpenID Connect, and Facebook Connect, has the disadvantage that the IDP forms a single point of failure in terms of privacy and security, because it can impersonate and track its users online. The latter approach has the disadvantage that users have to rely on trusted hardware such as smartcards to protect credentials from compromise and from illegitimate sharing. OLYMPUS will take a radically new approach offering the seamless user experience of online IDPs, but without their drawbacks. Namely, OLYMPUS will pioneer the concept of distributed oblivious identity management, where the role of the IDP is split over multiple authorities, so that no single authority can track or impersonate their users. By exploiting advanced techniques based on threshold cryptography, the OLYMPUS framework will let users maintain unlinkable identities with different service providers while using standard devices and a single password or biometric. By leveraging existing eID solutions to create a strong link to physical identities, and by integrating into existing frameworks to ease adoption by service providers, OLYMPUS will establish a secure and interoperable European identity management framework. Its practical feasibility and relevance will be demonstrated in two pilots. The first combines the framework with soft identity proofs to build a mobile driver license application that can be used for offline purchases of restricted goods. The second use case will leverage pseudonymous identification in the financial world to simplify online credit application.
Year 2018
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3783 Project

Race, Legality, and the Social Policy Consequences of Anti-Immigration Mobilization

Authors Hana E. Brown
Year 2013
Journal Name AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
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3784 Journal Article

Race–Ethnicity and Culture in the Family and Youth Outcomes: Test of a Path Model with Korean American Youth and Parents

Authors Yoonsun Choi, Kevin Poh Hiong Tan, Miwa Yasui, ...
Year 2014
Journal Name RACE AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS
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3785 Journal Article

Getting into the habit: using historical science to understand race in contemporary schools

Authors Sarah M. Stitzlein
Year 2009
Journal Name RACE ETHNICITY AND EDUCATION
Citations (WoS) 2
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3786 Journal Article

Emergency Department Services Use Among Immigrant and Non-immigrant Groups in the United States

Authors Wassim Tarraf, WA Vega, Hector M. Gonzalez
Year 2014
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 19
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3787 Journal Article

Migration Status in Relation to Clinical Characteristics and Barriers to Care Among Youth with Diabetes in the US

Authors Lindsay M. Jaacks, Reena Oza-Frank, Ralph D’Agostino, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 5
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3788 Journal Article

Getting slammed: White depictions of race discussions as arenas of violence

Authors Robin DiAngelo, Ozlem Sensoy
Year 2014
Journal Name RACE ETHNICITY AND EDUCATION
Citations (WoS) 28
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3789 Journal Article

Size and Selectivity Patterns among Israeli Born Immigrants in OECD Countries

Authors Yinon COHEN
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Abstract In recent years, there has been much concern about the size and selectivity of the Israeli emigrant population. This paper focuses on two issues regarding Israeli emigrants. First, it focuses on their number and distribution in various destination countries; while the second part of the paper deals with patterns of self-selection among emigrants, namely, the skill level of Israelis who select themselves to leave Israel for various destination countries. The paper addresses these issues using the DIOC (Database on Immigrants in OECD Countries) which includes information on the foreign born (including Israeli-born) from censuses and population registers in OECD countries. The findings suggest that Israeli emigration has increased in the past two decades, but that most of the increase was in the 1990s, and was due to the emigration of foreign-born Israelis, rather than the emigration of native-born Israelis. Based on the DIOC, 164,000 Israeli-born emigrants, aged 15 years and over, resided in 25 OECD countries in 2000. Two thirds of the emigrants were in the US, and 85% in the Anglo-Saxon countries (the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland). France is the only non Anglo-Saxon country where over 5,000 Israelis resided. Based on Israeli and American sources, this paper also presents estimates for the total size of the Israeli-born emigrant population (including children under 15 and including non-OECD countries), as well as estimates for the number of foreign-born Israeli emigrants from Israel. The selectivity of Israeli emigrants, measured by education, occupation, employment status, and age is most positive in the Anglo-Saxon countries, especially the US, where the returns on skills are the highest. By contrast, the least skilled Israeli emigrants choose Scandinavian countries, where the labor markets are relatively rigid, and returns on skills tend to be the lowest. Selectivity for other European countries is somewhere in the middle, but the emerging, unregulated and unequal economies of Eastern Europe appear to attract very few, albeit highly-skilled, Israelis. These findings are consistent with migration selectivity theory which anticipates that high-skilled immigrants will choose destinations where their skills will be generously compensated. Additional support for the hypothesis that the skilled choose destinations with higher returns on skills, is evident from an analysis of very high skilled Israeli-born emigrants, those holding a Ph.D. degree or its equivalent. There are at least 5,600 such emigrants in OECD countries, and about 75% of them reside in the US. In the Anglo-Saxon countries (but not in continental Europe) about 40% of them are employed in colleges and universities. While only 7% of those with a Ph.D. in the US and other Anglo-Saxon countries do not work, the respective proportion in Europe is much higher, implying that the unobserved skills of many Israeli Ph.D.s in Europe are not as high as their (observed) high educational degree. Put differently, the unobserved skills of highly-educated Israeli emigrants are more positive in the US and Anglo-Saxon countries than in Europe. Finally, the relationship between selectivity and returns to skills are also demonstrated in correlations between labor market characteristics and immigrant skills. Résumé Le volume et la sélectivité de la population émigrante d’Israël ont connu un gain d’intérêt ces dernières années. Ce papier focalise sur deux problématiques concernant les émigrés israéliens. D’abord, il présente leurs effectifs et distribution dans divers pays de destination. Ensuite, il traite des modes d’auto sélection parmi les émigrants ; c’est-à-dire du niveau de qualification des israéliens qui se sélectionnent eux-mêmes pour quitter Israël et se diriger vers divers pays de destination. Le papier aborde la question en utilisant la base de données sur les immigrés dans les pays de l’OCDE (Database on Immigrants in OECD countries, DIOC) qui contient les informations sur les personnes nés à l’étranger (y compris les natifs d’Israël), extraites des recensements et des registres de population dans les pays OCDE. Les données montrent que le volume de l’émigration israélienne a augmenté pendant les deux dernières décennies, surtout au cours des années 1990, et que cette émigration est plus le fait des israéliens nés en dehors d’Israël que des israéliens nés en Israël. Selon la base de données DIOC, 164.000 émigrés natifs d’Israël, âgés de 15 ans et plus, résident dans 25 pays OCDE en 2000. Deux tiers des émigrés étaient aux Etats Unis et 85% dans les pays anglo-saxons (Etats-Unis, Canada, Royaume-Uni, Nouvelle-Zélande et Irlande). La France est le seul pays non anglo-saxon où résident 5.000 israéliens. En se basant sur des sources israéliennes et américaines, ce papier présente aussi des estimations de l’effectif total de la population émigrée native d’Israël (y compris les moins de 15 ans et les non-résidents dans les pays OCDE) ainsi que des estimations de l’effectif des émigrés israéliens nés en dehors d’Israël. La sélectivité des émigrés israéliens, mesurée par l’éducation, la profession, la situation dans la profession et l’âge, est la plus positive dans les pays anglo-saxons, notamment les Etats-Unis, où les récompenses des compétences sont élevées. A l’opposé, les moins qualifiés des émigrés israéliens optent pour les pays scandinaves, où les marchés du travail sont relativement rigides et les récompenses des qualifications comptent parmi les plus basses. La sélectivité pour les autres pays européens se situe quelque part entre les deux, mais l’émergence d’économies non régulés et inégalitaires en Europe de l’Est semble attirer très peu de migrants israéliens qui, toutefois, disposent de très hautes qualifications. Ce résultat est compatible avec la théorie de la sélectivité de la migration qui prévoit que les migrants hautement qualifiés choisissent les destinations où leurs qualifications seront généreusement récompensées. Un autre appui pour l’hypothèse selon laquelle les qualifiés optent pour les destinations avec des récompenses élevées pour les compétences est mis en évidence à partir de l’analyse d’émigrants très hautement qualifiés natifs d’Israël, notamment ceux qui disposent d’un niveau Ph.D. ou équivalent. Il y a au moins 5.600 émigrants du genre dans les pays OCDE dont environ 75% aux Etats-Unis. Dans les pays anglo-saxons (mais pas l’Europe continentale), près de 40% d’entre eux sont employés dans des instituts supérieurs et universités. Au même temps, seulement 7% de ceux disposant d’un Ph.D. et résidant aux Etats-Unis et autres pays anglo-saxons ne travaillent pas. Cette proportion est beaucoup plus élevée en Europe impliquant que les qualifications non observées de la plupart des détenteurs d’un Ph.D. en Europe ne sont pas aussi élevées que leur haut niveau d’éducation (observé). Autrement dit, les qualifications non observées des émigrés israéliens disposant d’un haut niveau d’éducation sont plus positives aux Etats-Unis qu’en Europe. Finalement, la relation entre sélectivité et récompenses pour compétences a été aussi démontrée dans les corrélations entre les caractéristiques du marché du travail et les compétences des migrants.
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