Oxford Handbook of the Politics of International Migration

ISBN : 9780190692223

Marc R. Rosenblum; Daniel J. Tichenor
674 ページ
170 x 244 mm
Oxford Handbooks

In The Oxford Handbook of the Politics of International Migration, leading migration experts Marc Rosenblum and Daniel Tichenor gather together 29 field specialists in an authoritative volume on the issue. Integrating the perspectives of the wide variety of fields that hold a stake in the study of migration-political science, sociology, economics, anthropology-this book presents an unprecedented interdisciplinary look at an issue that defines the modern era: the large-scale movement of people across international borders. The volume begins with three chapters analyzing the origins and causes of migration, including both source and destination states. The second section then asks: what are the consequences of migration at both ends of the migration chain? Chapters in this section consider economics, the effects of migration on parties and political participation, and social and cultural effects. A third group of chapters focuses on immigration policy. These include primers on the


Chapter 1: Introduction
Marc R. Rosenblum, University of New Orleans
Daniel J. Tichenor, University of Oregon
The Origins and Causes of Migration
Chapter 2: Space, Time, and Volition: Dimensions of Migration Theory
Elizabeth Fussell, Washington State University
Chapter 3: War, Natural Disasters and Forced Migration
Susan Martin, Georgetown University
Chapter 4: Beyond Transnationalism: An Alternative Perspective on Immigrants' Homeland Connections
Roger Waldinger, University of California-Los Angeles
Effects of Migration
Chapter 5: Economic Effects of Migration: Receiving Countries
Pia Orrenius, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Madeline Zavodny, Department of Economics, Agnes Scott College
Chapter 6: Effects of Emigration: Sending Countries
Devesh Kapur, University of Pennsylvania
John McHale, Department of Economics, Queens University
Chapter 7: Effects of Migration: Political Parties
Terri Givens, University of Texas
Chapter 8: Immigrant Participation
Louis DeSipio, University of California-Irvine
Chapter 9: The Social Effects of Immigration
Nancy Foner, Hunter College
Chapter 10: The Social Effects of Immigration
Pnina Werbner, Keele University
Explaining migration policy
Chapter 11: Dimensions of Immigration Policy
Marc Rosenblum, University of New Orleans
Wayne Cornelius, University of California-San Diego
Chapter 12: Explaining Migration Policy: Historical Perspective
David Reimers, Department of History, New York University
Chapter 13: Public opinion and populism
Joel Fetzer, Pepperdine University
Chapter 14: Interest groups and political institutions
Gary P. Freeman, University of Texas
Stuart M. Tendler, University of Texas
Chapter 15: Migration and International Relations
James F. Hollifield, Southern Methodist University
The immigrant experience
Chapter 16: Segmented Assimilation and the American Experience of Asian Immigrant Children
Min Zhou, University of California-Los Angeles
Chapter 17: Pathways of Incorporation for Immigrant Citizens in the United States: Perspectives on Historical Patterns
Reed Ueda, Tufts University
Chapter 18: Immigration Policy and Racial Classification in the U.S.: Implications for Group Identity and the Politics of Racial and Ethnic Consciousness
Alexandra Filindra, Brown University
Jane Junn, University of Southern California
Chapter 19: Conceptualizing Transborder Communities
Lynn Stephen, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon.
Chapter 20: Gender, Family and Migration
Caroline Brettell, Southern Methodist University
Contemporary issues
Chapter 21: Immigration, Crime, and Terrorism
Rey Koslowski, State University of New York at Albany.
Chapter 22: An Enduring Dilemma: Immigration and Organized Labor in Western Europe and the U.S.
Janice Fine, Rutgers University
Daniel J. Tichenor, University of Oregon
Chapter 23: Regions and Regionalism
Andrew Geddes, Department of Politics, Sheffield University
Chapter 24: Migration and Citizenship: Normative Debates
Rainer Baubock, European University Institute
About the Contributors


Marc R. Rosenblum is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Orleans.; Daniel J. Tichenor is Philip H. Knight Professor of Social Science and Senior Faculty Fellow at the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics at the University of Oregon.