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“ALGERIA VS UNEMPLOYMENT”: THE EXPATRIATION OF SPANIARDS IN ALGERIA AS A JOB OPPORTUNITY

Authors María Jesús Cabezón Fernández, Juan David Sempere Souvannavong
Year 2017
Journal Name Migraciones
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1 Journal Article

Alicantinos en Argelia. Un viaje de ida y vuelta

Authors Alba Valdés Peña
Year 2011
Journal Name Revista de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos (REIM)
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2 Journal Article

Book Reviews

Authors CHANTAL TETREAULT
Year 2007
Journal Name American Ethnologist
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3 Journal Article

MIgration de REtour au Maghreb (MIREM)

Year 2006
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MIREM stands for MIgration de REtour au Maghreb. This collective research programme was launched in December 2005 and ended in December 2008. Today, MIREM and its deliverables (publications, statistics and field surveys on return migrants, conferences and seminars) are part of the RDP. Focusing on returnees’ aspirations, the core deliverable of the MIREM project is a comprehensive comparative database based on 992 interviews made with return migrants to Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. As the collected data were gradually processed and analysed, it became clear that the distinction between migrants who decided on their own initiative to return to their country of origin and those who were compelled to do so constituted one key variable explaining returnees’ prospects of socio-professional reintegration back home. The main objective of the MIREM project lies in taking into better consideration the challenges linked to return migration as well as its impact on development. A whole set of analytical tools have been produced to shed light on the sociodemographic characteristics, conditions and patterns of reintegration of return migrants to the Maghreb countries (Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia). The project collected both quantitative and qualitative data in selected countries or regions.
4 Data Set

On the Concept of “We are all Africans”

Authors Ali A. Mazrui
Year 1963
Journal Name AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
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5 Journal Article

Book Review: Algeria in France: transpolitics, race and nation

Authors Tim Cleary
Year 2006
Journal Name RACE & CLASS
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6 Journal Article

Students, social change and the construction of the post-independence Algerian state, 1962-1978

Year 2016
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This project seeks to bring a new perspective to understanding state construction in Algeria after independence. Through a history of the first generations of Algerians who went to university in the 1960s and 1970s, it explores the intersections between political and institutional transformations and social, cultural and economic processes. These processes include increasing literacy, rural to urban migration, migration to study abroad and changes in gender relations and family structures. Bringing together concepts and methodologies from across a number of humanities and social science disciplines, the project will produce a case study setting out new approaches to studying state-building as a dynamic process which takes place at different levels of power (transnational, national and local) and which both shapes, and is shaped by, individual agency and wider processes. The goal is for this approach to be applicable to a range of other post-colonial contexts, challenging teleological readings of post-independence histories and homogenising understandings of post-independence states. The project is to be carried out in Algeria, France and the UK, with the researcher working with leading experts in the field in each of these countries to create a transnational, interdisciplinary network exploring the central research themes. Through extensive interviewing of former students, this project will create a new body of sources for researchers, which will also, with informants’ consent, be made accessible online. Public engagement is integral to the research design and process of data collection as well as dissemination, with Algerian students from the 1960s and 1970s invited to participate in group testimony sessions, alongside the wider public, throughout the project.
7 Project

Transit in the Maghreb: Sub-Saharans and el-harga

Authors Aspasia Papadopoulou-Kourkoula
Book Title Transit Migration
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8 Book Chapter

The Political Culture of the ‘Beurs’

Authors Rémy Leveau
Book Title Islam in Europe
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9 Book Chapter

Migrations on the Spanish-Algerian Agenda: On Social Reality and Bilateral Invisibility

Authors María Jesús Cabezón Fernández
Year 2017
Journal Name Revista de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos
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10 Journal Article

Imperial identities: stereotyping, prejudice, and race in colonial Algeria (new edition)

Authors Jacob Mundy
Year 2016
Journal Name ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES
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11 Journal Article

The French in Algeria, Algerians in France: Bourdieu, colonialism, and migration

Authors Steven Loyal
Year 2009
Journal Name SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 12
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12 Journal Article

DYNAMICS OF UNEMPLOYMENT DURATION AMONG AFRICAN MIGRANTS IN SWEDEN The contribution of specific country of birth and gender on employment success

Authors Helio Manhica, Mikael Rostila, John Osth
Year 2015
Journal Name NORDIC JOURNAL OF MIGRATION RESEARCH
Citations (WoS) 4
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13 Journal Article

Migrant Smuggling from Africa to Spain, Italy and Malta: A Comparative Overview

Authors Thanos Maroukis, Anna Triandafyllidou
Book Title Migrant Smuggling
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14 Book Chapter

Socioeconomic Achievement Among Arab Immigrants in the USA: The Influence of Region of Origin and Gender

Authors Abdi M. Kusow, Kristine J. Ajrouch, Mamadi K. Corra
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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15 Journal Article

Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: Africa’s Liability for the Next Millennium

Authors John O. Oucho
Book Title Global Changes in Asylum Regimes
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16 Book Chapter

Climate Change, Extreme Weather Events, and Migration: Review of the Literature for Five Arab Countries

Authors Nicholas Burger, Quentin Wodon, Audra Grant, ...
Book Title People on the Move in a Changing Climate
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17 Book Chapter

Migration et developpement. Le case de l'Algerie. (Migration and Development. The Case of Algeria.

Year 1972
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
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18 Journal Article

German-Algerian University Exchange from the Perspective of Students and Teachers Results of an Intercultural Survey

Authors Nicola Doering, Kamel Lahmar, Mohamed Bouabdallah, ...
Year 2010
Journal Name JOURNAL OF STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Citations (WoS) 2
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19 Journal Article

The long arm of the Arab state

Authors Gerasimos Tsourapas
Year 2019
Journal Name ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES
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20 Journal Article

Guilt norms regarding historical violence and implications for intergroup relations in France

Authors Virginie Bonnot, Silvia Krauth-Gruber
Year 2018
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 1
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22 Journal Article

Decolonization immigrations and the social origins of the second generation: The case of North Africans in France

Authors Richard Alba, R Silberman
Year 2002
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
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23 Journal Article

Islam and Mass Media Consumption in Post-Migration Contexts among Women from Northern Africa in Catalonia (Spain)

Authors Amparo Huertas Bailen
Year 2018
Journal Name SOCIETIES
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24 Journal Article

Mapping Specific Incentives for Countries of Origin to Facilitate Cooperation on Return

Year 2017
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This project aims at identifying need-based potentials for cooperation, which can lead to opportunities for improved cooperation between countries wishing to return persons not holding residence rights and five countries (Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, Tunisia, Iran) in the field of return and readmission. More specifically, and based on the analysis of relevant international relations theories as well as on insights from expert interviews, the study will examine: • Options for the development of strategies for the creation of incentive based cooperation schemes in the field of return and readmission and to determine which incentives could be offered to the countries of origin of illegally resident third-country nationals without jeopardizing the EU's objectives in this area, and ultimately its own interests. • Experiences of selected EU-countries (Italy, the Netherland, the UK, Sweden) in cooperation with the above mentioned countries in the field of return. • Necessary conditions for the establishment of sustainable cooperation in the field of return (based on theoretical considerations and results of the empirical investigations) In addition, the project aims at producing five country specific case studies including information on: • the general situation with regard to migration and the corresponding third country. • the current state of cooperation between Austria and the third country • perceived problems in the area of repatriation • European experiences • positive incentives
25 Project

Mapping Specific Incentives for Countries of Origin to Facilitate Cooperation on Return

Year 2017
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This project aims at identifying need-based potentials for cooperation, which can lead to opportunities for improved cooperation between countries wishing to return persons not holding residence rights and five countries (Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, Tunisia, Iran) in the field of return and readmission. More specifically, and based on the analysis of relevant international relations theories as well as on insights from expert interviews, the study will examine: • Options for the development of strategies for the creation of incentive based cooperation schemes in the field of return and readmission and to determine which incentives could be offered to the countries of origin of illegally resident third-country nationals without jeopardizing the EU's objectives in this area, and ultimately its own interests. • Experiences of selected EU-countries (Italy, the Netherland, the UK, Sweden) in cooperation with the above mentioned countries in the field of return. • Necessary conditions for the establishment of sustainable cooperation in the field of return (based on theoretical considerations and results of the empirical investigations) In addition, the project aims at producing five country specific case studies including information on: • the general situation with regard to migration and the corresponding third country. • the current state of cooperation between Austria and the third country • perceived problems in the area of repatriation • European experiences • positive incentives
26 Project

Social housing and location choices of immigrants in France

Authors D Fougere, F Kramarz, Mirna Safi, ...
Year 2013
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER
Citations (WoS) 8
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27 Journal Article

EUNAM: EU and North African Migrants: Health and Health Systems

Year 2011
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The coordinates of human health are complex even in a single population but they are even more complex in migrants whose life situation is always influenced by the host country and the country of origin. Some migrants may experience several host countries and some return to the country of origin. Thus it is important to survey well being, health status, disease panorama and use of health services of immigrants compared to the native population; such analyses would be incomplete without casting a view on the same indicators and parameters in the country of origin. Thus for this project we have collected a team of experts to cover health aspects of the full cycle of migration, viewing the health situation in Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria as representatives of the Mediterranean North African (NA) partner countries, the origins of vast numbers of immigrants in EU. The EU partner countries from France, Italy, Germany (subcontracting Slovenia) and Sweden are not only receivers of the NA immigrants but they also have larger numbers of immigrants from others areas, allowing comparisons between immigrant groups. The team has experience on a variety of health and disease measures and it has an access to a variety of survey and register material relating to population health, disease patterns and function of health care systems. Many of the surveys and diseases registers have been carried out/constructed by the present partners who thus possess unique sources of data. The team will be in the position to respond to the expectations of the call by reviewing health effects of migration from the country of origin to the host country and coming up with scientifically valid state-of-the-art evaluations and appropriate recommendations for scientific and health policy measures in improving the conditions for the EU immigrants.
29 Project

‘Between a rock & a hard place’: North Africa as a region of emigration, immigration & transit migration

Authors Martin Baldwin-Edwards
Year 2006
Journal Name Review of African Political Economy
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30 Journal Article

MEDCHANGE: Mediterranean changing relationships: global change, networks and border openings

Year 2013
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MEDCHANGe focuses on the analysis of the relationships between global networks (Internet), flows (virtual and spatial mobilities of individuals, information i.e. migration also in light of gender issues such those of Moroccon female migrants; climate change migrants; tourism and heritage valorisation flows) and geographical localities in terms of local development and marginalisation/segregation. MEDCHANGe will shed lights on changing relationships at the spatial scales of some Mediterranean countries (Algeria, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Portugal, Spain) due to the dialectics of global flows, borders crossing and local structural changes. Our network of scholars will work in synergy and complementarities thru joint field research, workshops and seminars by investigating both the spatial and behavioural origins and development of our topics and their contemporary changing dynamics in selected territorial cases (Tel Aviv, Algier, Lisbon, Marrakesh, Casablanca, Naples-Caserta, Zaragoza, Genoa). In order to achieve this goal, MEDCHANGe activities are structured into three main levels: 1) a theoretical-methodological level; 2) an empirical analysis of case studies in different countries; 3) an operational level. Theoretically we will contribute to the redefinition of the concepts that denote the field of investigation,‘Mediterranean changing relationships’ namely ‘mobility’, ‘connectivity’, gender, ‘heritage’,spatial justice, entrepreneurship, inclusion, climate migration, and the idea of the ‘Mediterranean integration' in a frame of uneven development. Empirically, we aims to exchange skills, knowledge, expertise, mobilities to document the different ways in which transformations of the Mediterranean cities and villages take place, and grasp the implications of the so-called ‘virtual spatial mobilities’ in terms of inclusion, citizenship, security, intercultural dialogue. At the operational level we look forward for studying successful stories and practices of cooperation.
31 Project

EU and North African Migrants: Health and Health Systems

Year 2011
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The coordinates of human health are complex even in a single population but they are even more complex in migrants whose life situation is always influenced by the host country and the country of origin. Some migrants may experience several host countries and some return to the country of origin. Thus it is important to survey well being, health status, disease panorama and use of health services of immigrants compared to the native population; such analyses would be incomplete without casting a view on the same indicators and parameters in the country of origin. Thus for this project we have collected a team of experts to cover health aspects of the full cycle of migration, viewing the health situation in Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria as representatives of the Mediterranean North African (NA) partner countries, the origins of vast numbers of immigrants in EU. The EU partner countries from France, Italy, Germany (subcontracting Slovenia) and Sweden are not only receivers of the NA immigrants but they also have larger numbers of immigrants from others areas, allowing comparisons between immigrant groups. The team has experience on a variety of health and disease measures and it has an access to a variety of survey and register material relating to population health, disease patterns and function of health care systems. Many of the surveys and diseases registers have been carried out/constructed by the present partners who thus possess unique sources of data. The team will be in the position to respond to the expectations of the call by reviewing health effects of migration from the country of origin to the host country and coming up with scientifically valid state-of-the-art evaluations and appropriate recommendations for scientific and health policy measures in improving the conditions for the EU immigrants.
32 Project

Gender and the colonial encounter in the Arab world: examining women's experiences and narratives

Authors MD Garcia-Ramon
Year 2003
Journal Name ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING D-SOCIETY & SPACE
Citations (WoS) 2
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34 Journal Article

Consequences of International Migration on the Size and Composition of Religious Groups in Austria

Authors Michaela Potancokova, Anne Goujon, Sandra Jurasszovich
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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35 Journal Article

Gangs, Migration, and Crime: The Changing Landscape in Europe and the USA

Authors Scott H. Decker, Frank van Gemert, David C. Pyrooz
Year 2009
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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36 Journal Article

Who Ought to Stay? Asylum Policy and Protest Culture in Switzerland

Authors Dina Bader
Book Title Protest Movements in Asylum and Deportation
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37 Book Chapter

Sending Country Policies

Authors Eva Østergaard-Nielsen
Book Title Integration Processes and Policies in Europe
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38 Book Chapter

Migration and Immigrants in Europe: A Historical and Demographic Perspective

Authors Helga de Valk, Christof Van Mol
Book Title Integration Processes and Policies in Europe
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39 Book Chapter

Ethnic conflict without ethnic groups: a study in pure sociology1

Authors Mark Cooney
Year 2009
Journal Name BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY
Citations (WoS) 9
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40 Journal Article
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