Globalization has led to new forms, and dynamics, of migration and mobility. What are the consequences of these changes for the processes of reception, settlement and social integration, for social cohesion, institutional practices and policies? The essays collected in this volume discuss these issues with reference to recent research on migration and mobility in Europe, the US, North and East Africa and South and Southeast Asia. The twenty authors are leading migration researcher from different academic fields such as sociology, geography, political science and cultural studies.
Dr. Roland Hsu ist stellvertretender Direktor des Stanford Humanities Center. Prof. Dr. Christoph Reinprecht lehrt am Institut für Soziologie der Universität Wien.