International Migration Research: Constructions, Omissions and the Promises of Interdisciplinarity - Research in Migration and Ethnic Relations Series (Hardback)
  • International Migration Research: Constructions, Omissions and the Promises of Interdisciplinarity - Research in Migration and Ethnic Relations Series (Hardback)

International Migration Research: Constructions, Omissions and the Promises of Interdisciplinarity - Research in Migration and Ethnic Relations Series (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 28/03/2005
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The centrality of international migration as a process articulating major transformations of contemporary societies offers an opportunity to make it the shared component of the theoretical and research agendas of the social science disciplines. In this volume a multidisciplinary team of authors presents a stocktaking account of current research on international migration in order to lay the ground for such an interdisciplinary collaboration. The first part of the book scrutinizes the theoretical concepts and interpretative frameworks that inform migration research and their impact on empirical studies in selected disciplines. The next two sections examine the epistemological premises underlying migration research in different fields of the social sciences and the challenges of 'informed translations' between these approaches. The final section considers the interdependency between the academic study of migration and the social and political contexts in which it is embedded. The book invites researchers to address the challenges raised by the empowerment of migration research, offering ways of communicating across different specializations and guiding readers towards a meaningful interdisciplinarity.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780754642190

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