South-South Migrations: What is (Still) on the Research Agenda?

De Lombaerde, Philippe, Guo, Fei and Neto, Helion Póvoa, (25-0). South-South Migrations: What is (Still) on the Research Agenda?. International Migration Review, 48(1), 103-112

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  • Author De Lombaerde, Philippe
    Guo, Fei
    Neto, Helion Póvoa
    Title South-South Migrations: What is (Still) on the Research Agenda?
    Appearing in International Migration Review
    Volume 48
    Issue No. 1
    Publication Date 25-03-2014
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher Center for Migration Studies
    Start page 103
    End page 112
    Language EN
    Abstract

    In this essay, the authors argue that although “South” and “North” are more and more becoming problematic categories in the social sciences, in general, and in migration studies, in particular, it still makes sense today to focus on SouthSouth migrations. Not only because of its mere quantitative importance, but for a number of reasons. Firstly, new SouthSouth migration patterns are observable and new data are becoming available. Secondly, SouthSouth migrations still have a number of distinct features, including: the role of borders, the composition of migration flows, the migrationconflict nexus, regional migration governance, and the specific relationships with certain migrationrelated concepts and variables.

    Copyright Holder Center for Migration Studies of New York
    Copyright Year 2014
    Copyright type All Rights Reserved
    DOI 10.1111/imre.12083
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