Category: Emigration Immigration

  • Islamverherrlichung: Wenn die Kritik zum Tabu wird by Thorsten Gerald Schneiders

    By Thorsten Gerald Schneiders

    Muss sich unter Muslimen in Deutschland etwas ändern? Viele dürften die Frage mit „Ja“ beantworten. Offenbar gibt es genügend Anlass zu „Islamkritik“. Leider missbrauchen dies viele als Vehikel für natural Ressentiments. Doch das darf nicht dazu führen, jede shape von Kritik in den Wind zu schlagen und das Bild vom gelebten Islam schön zu färben. Beide Haltungen sind problematisch und daher Inhalt eines umfassenden zweibändigen Buchprojekts. Während der bereits erschienene Band „Islamfeindlichkeit“ unterschiedliche Aspekte des europäischen Islamhasses vergangener Jahrhunderte bis zur heutigen Hetze im net dokumentiert, zeigt das vorliegende Buch „Islamverherrlichung“, wie vernünftige Islamkritik ohne Pauschalisierung, Populismus und Polemik aussehen kann. Ausgewiesene Experten sprechen dazu offen theologische Herausforderungen an und weisen auf Missstände in der muslimischen Gesellschaft Deutschlands hin. Es geht sowohl um brisante Einzelthemen wie Jihad, Antisemitismus oder Kopftuch, als auch um grundlegende Fragen zum Koran, zum Propheten Muhammad oder zur Scharia. Zudem finden sich Auseinandersetzungen mit bekannten Einzelpersonen und Islamverbänden. Mit Beiträgen von Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd, Lamya Kaddor, Ömer Özsoy, Rabeya Müller, Adel Theodor Khoury, Udo Tworuschka, Katajun Amirpur, Hartmut Bobzin und anderen.
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  • Against Their Will: The History and Geography of Forced by Pavel Polian

    By Pavel Polian

    In the course of his reign over the previous Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin oversaw the compelled resettlement of six million humans – a maniacal ardour that he used for social engineering. The Soviets weren't the 1st to thrust resettlement on its inhabitants – a huge attribute of totalitarian platforms – yet when it comes to sheer numbers, applied sciences used to deport humans and the lawlessness which followed it, Stalin’s technique was once the main striking. Six million humans of alternative social, ethnic, and professions have been resettled sooner than Stalin’s demise. Even at the present time, the aftermath of such deportations mostly predetermines occasions which happen within the northern Caucasus, Crimea, the Baltic republics, Moldavia, and western Ukraine.

    Polian’s quantity is the 1st try to comprehensively research the historical past of compelled and semi-voluntary inhabitants hobbies inside of or equipped by means of the Soviet Union. Contents variety from the early Nineteen Twenties to the rehabilitation of repressed nationalities within the Nineties, facing inner (kulaks, ethnic and political deportations) and foreign pressured migrations (German internees and occupied territories).

    An abundance of proof, figures, tables, maps, and an exhaustively-detailed annex will function very important assets for extra researches.

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  • Kids Like Me: Voices of the Immigrant Experience by Judith M. Blohm

    By Judith M. Blohm

    As our neighborhoods develop extra varied, numerous cultures, values and traditions develop into an incredible a part of our school rooms and faculties. In young ones Like Me: Voices of the Immigrant event, twenty-six own narratives rejoice the studies of teenagers making new houses in unexpected communities-finding universal floor as they make new associates, study assorted languages, and percentage their targeted cultural identities. children Like Me personalizes the real issues of cultures and customs, immigration and citizenship, and studying to understand differences.While written to assist formative years comprehend their classmates and acquaintances, youngsters Like Me additionally comprises dialogue questions, self-directed actions and examine rules for academics and households that may be utilized in study rooms, golf equipment and neighborhood settings. Richly illustrated with pictures and maps of every domestic nation, the textual content provides numerous possibilities to discover and comprehend new cultures and new friends.Kids Like Me: Voices of the Immigrant adventure presents a important source for educators, volunteers, employees of youngster businesses and oldsters of teens attending faculties with the youngsters whose profiles are so sensitively shared. Globalization's younger faces and voices come alive in teenagers Like Me.-Frances Hesselbein, former nationwide government Director of the woman Scouts of the united states and Chairman of chief to chief Institute young children Like Me: Voices of the Immigrant adventure is right now a pleasant, well timed, and extremely critical contribution to intercultural family through of the field's so much skilled practitioners. Judee Blohm and Terri Lapinsky provide an artistic, compassionate, informative, and eventually very functional remedy of a subject that's already large in its implications and purely keeps to develop in importance. lecturers, scholars, and interculturalists alike will take advantage of this nice book.-David J. Bachner, Ph.D., Scholar-in-Residence and Director, Intercultural administration Institute, college of foreign provider, American college This ebook is ready realizing from the guts, figuring out how being 'the different' feels, and aiding those who have by no means skilled that 'otherness' to believe what being varied sounds like - to suppose the soreness of being ostracized or being made to believe various, in addition to the gratitude and wonderment of coming to a brand new position and being welcomed, accredited, and enjoyed. Your ebook provides academics significant and available how one can aid them discover those advanced issues with their scholars, to aid them realize the ache inflicted via racism in addition to realize possibilities for kindness, and valuing diversity.-Elizabeth Macdonald, Director of the Writing Enhancement application, Thunderbird, the Garvin university of overseas Management.The key to the luck of the ebook is the tips it bargains us approximately encountering genuine humans, and dealing our method throughout the inevitable stereotypes and myths that encompass difference.-Dr George F. Simons, www.diversophy.comhttp://www.diversophy.com/gsi/reviews/Kids teenagers Like Me: Voices of the Immigrant event bargains the reader wealthy and simple entry to immigrant youths' encounters with the U.S.. Educators and most people can achieve huge, immense insights from studying the e-book and from the easy questions on the finish of every essay. lecture room academics can enjoy the huge diversity of actions that stick to the 26 narratives. I strongly suggest this publication for all-especially these operating at once with early life in our faculties and different organizations.-Barbara Kappler, Ph.D, Assistant Director-International pupil & pupil prone, collage of MinnesotaInternational/cross-cultural educators Judith M. Blohm and Terri Lapinsky have written a truly well timed, fascinating and priceless 'two-books-in-one' source for heart and highschool scholars and academics, in addition to mom and dad and mentors, dwelling in any a part of the United States...Kids Like Me is well and inexpensively available.-Angene H. Wilson, worldwide Teachnet e-newsletter, again Peace Corps Volunteers organization childrens Like Me is an NEA prompt source for culturally-responsive educating featured within the November factor of NEA this day online.ContentsAcknowledgmentsIntroductionNotes to academics, mom and dad, and different MentorsPart 1: Their Stories1 Annie, 10- Moldova2 Raoul, 18- India3 Eunji, thirteen- South Korea4 Kim, 14- The Netherlands5 Natalia, 14- Brazil6 Manuel, sixteen- Peru7 Hewan, sixteen- Ethiopia8 Jorge, 18- El Salvador9 Na'ama, sixteen- Israel10 Naomi, 18- Jamaica11 Jennie, sixteen- China12 Ramon, 18- Mexico13 Noemy, sixteen- Mexico14 Adib, thirteen- Iraq15 Pushpanjali, 18- Nepal16 Liban, 15- Somalia17 Romina, 18- Uzbekistan18 Inayet, 21- Afghanistan19 Anne Rose, 19- Haiti/French Guyana20 Sanuse, thirteen- Sierra Leone21 Pang Houa, 21- Hmong22 Tim, mid-20s- Kosovo23 Roya, 30s- Iran24 Jina, mid-20s- China25 Jacque, late-20s- Mexico26 Jeff, mid-20s- PhilippinesPart 2: actions and ResourcesCultures and CustomsImmigration and CitizenshipStereotypes, Tolerance, and DiversityLinking the school room to the CommunityResourcesReferences
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  • Immigrants and Their International Money Flows by Editor Susan Pozo, Susan Pozo

    By Editor Susan Pozo, Susan Pozo

    Overseas migration with an emphasis on staff' remittances. Chapters conceal the impression of remittances on financial improvement and the interaction of immigration regulations with human capital acquisition and exertions markets in out-migration components. integrated are: * Migration and Remittances, by means of Susan Pozo. In her introductory bankruptcy, Pozo discussues why remittances became such a big subject to immigration researchers. * foreign Migration and fiscal improvement in Low-Income nations: classes from fresh info, by means of Robert E.B. Lucas. Lucas contributes a basic review of foreign migration and notes that, whereas realizing the connections among poverty and migration is critical for furthering our knowing of inhabitants routine and their impact at the receiving kingdom, it's also vital to appreciate the industrial affects of migration for these components experiencing out-migration. This results in an important element: the immigration regulations of in-migration parts can and do considerably impact fiscal improvement in low-income components of the area. * The impression of overseas Migration on knowledgeable Employment, through Oded Stark and C. Simon Fan. * How Does Migration impact neighborhood improvement? What Mexico's event Tells Us, via Christopher Woodruff. * Remittance styles of Latin American Immigrants within the usa, via Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes. * Remittances within the Pacific, by way of David J. McKenzie. McKenzie accesses survey info present in the Pacific Island-New Zealand Migration Survey (PINZMS) to help an informative case learn of the migration of Tongans to New Zealand. on account that a few one-third of Tongans have emigrated and their remittances contain 39 percentage of Tonga's gross household product, this can be an extremely attention-grabbing case learn that finds a number of conclusions when it comes to the affects of the long term movement of remittances. * the facility of domestic: Remittances to households and groups, by way of Leah okay. VanWey.
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  • Demographic Aspects of Migration by Thomas Salzmann, Barry Edmonston, James Raymer

    By Thomas Salzmann, Barry Edmonston, James Raymer

    Dr. Albert Schmid President of the Federal workplace for Migration and Refugees in keeping with the United international locations, approximately two hundred million humans of the envisioned global inhabitants of 6.8 billion are overseas migrants – that corresponds to approximately 3 in keeping with cent of the whole global inhabitants. the share of foreign migrants within the worldwide inhabitants has elevated in basic terms marginally within the final forty years. yet, because of international inhabitants progress, absolutely the variety of migrants has elevated, and their constitution and spatial distribution has replaced significantly. A structural shift has taken position essentially within the industrialised international locations, the place under 20 consistent with cent of the worldwide staff are actually dwelling, yet the place greater than 60 in line with cent of all migrants around the world live. for the reason that 1990, greater than sixteen million humans have moved to Germany, whereas approximately eleven million have left the rustic within the comparable interval. Altogether, 15 million humans of overseas migration beginning live in Germany, comprising nearly 19 in step with cent of Germany’s present inhabitants of eighty two million. on the finish of 2006, approximately sixty four million humans out of Europe’s inhabitants of 732 million, or 9 in keeping with cent, lived in a eu state they weren't born in. yet why does anyone migrate in any respect? humans choose to go away simply because, regularly, they anticipate finding larger stipulations and possibilities in different nations or areas.
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  • Migration, Narration, Identity: Cross-Cultural Perspectives by Peter Leese, Carly McLaughlin, Wladyslaw Witalisz

    By Peter Leese, Carly McLaughlin, Wladyslaw Witalisz

    This ebook offers articles due to joint learn at the representations of migration carried out in reference to the Erasmus in depth Programme entitled «Migration and Narration» taught to teams of overseas scholars over 3 consecutive summers from 2010 to 2012. The articles specialise in a variety of points of the migrant adventure and check out to reply to questions on migrant id and its representations in literature and the media. The e-book closes with an unique play by means of Carlos Morton, the Chicano playwright operating within the usa.
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  • Uprootings Regroundings: Questions of Home and Migration by Sara Ahmed, Claudia Castañeda, Anne-Marie Fortie

    By Sara Ahmed, Claudia Castañeda, Anne-Marie Fortie

    What's the courting among leaving domestic and the imagining of domestic itself? And having left domestic, what may well it suggest to come back? How do we re-think what it potential to be grounded, or to stick positioned? Who strikes and who remains? What interplay is there among those that remain and people who arrive and go away? concentrating on changes of race, gender, classification and sexuality, the individuals display how the events of our bodies and groups are intrinsic to the making of houses, countries, identities and limits. They think of the several studies of being at domestic, leaving domestic, and going domestic. in addition they discover ways that attachment to put and locality could be secured--as good as challenged--through the pursuits that make up our residing areas.
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  • The Best Are Leaving: Emigration and Post-War Irish Culture by Clair Wills

    By Clair Wills

    Clair Wills's the simplest Are Leaving is a vital and wide-ranging examine of post-war Irish emigrant tradition. Wills analyses representations of emigrants from eire and of Irish immigrants in Britain throughout a variety of discourses, together with reputable files, sociological texts, clerical literature, journalism, drama, literary fiction, and well known literature and picture. This publication, written by means of a number one critic of Irish literature and tradition, examines public opinion approximately post-war emigration from eire and concerning the immigrant group in Britain by means of discussing themes resembling the lack of the best humans from rural eire and the destruction of conventional groups; the anxieties of ladies emigrants and their hope for the advantages of smooth patron society; the stereotype of the drunken Irishman; the fascinating and actual nation Irish within the urban; and the ambiguous meanings of Irish Catholicism in England, which was once seen as either a threatening and civilising strength. Wills explores this subject matter of emigration via writers as diversified as M. J. Molloy, John B. Keane, Tom Murphy, and Edna O'Brien.
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  • From Ellis Island to JFK: New York`s Two Great Waves of by Nancy Foner

    By Nancy Foner

    Nice waves of immigration--one firstly of the 20th century and one other in its ultimate decades--transformed the historical past and character of recent York urban. This booklet is the 1st in-depth comparability of latest York's immigration eras. Nancy Foner reassesses the myths that encompass either units of immigrants and explores issues starting from gender roles to racial attitudes to the function of schooling in assimilation. Copublished with the Russell Sage beginning
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