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Cham : Springer International Publishing AG, 2015
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ISBN 9783319130231
IMISCOE Research Ser.
Print version: Vathi, Zana Migrating and Settling in a Mobile World Cham : Springer International Publishing AG,c2015 ISBN 9783319130231
Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Chapter-1 -- Introduction -- 1.1 Contextualizing and Theorizing Cross-Generational Migration Research -- 1.1.1 Identity, Integration and Transnational Ties -- 1.1.2 Theories on the Integration of the Second Generation -- 1.1.3 The European Second Generation -- 1.1.4 The Albanian Second Generation -- 1.1.5 Moving Back and Forth Between Theory and Data -- 1.2 Introducing the Field Sites: Immigration Politics and Ethnic Relations -- 1.2.1 Britain -- 1.2.1.1 London -- 1.2.2 Greece -- 1.2.2.1 Thessaloniki -- 1.2.3 Italy -- 1.2.3.1 Florence -- 1.3 Research Design and Methods -- 1.4 Book Outline -- Chapter-2 -- Identities of the First and Second Generation: The Role of Ethnicity -- 2.1 Identity and Ethnicity -- 2.2 Introduction to Albanian Identity -- 2.3 The First Generation -- 2.3.1 Migrant Identity -- 2.3.2 The Parental Identity -- 2.3.3 Gender -- 2.3.4 Religious Identity -- 2.3.5 The Role of Ethnicity -- 2.4 The Second Generation -- 2.4.1 Teenagers and Young People -- 2.4.2 Gender -- 2.4.3 Religious Identity -- 2.4.4 The Role of Ethnicity -- 2.5 Conclusions -- Chapter-3 -- Integration: National, City and Local Perspectives -- 3.1 Reviewing Integration: Philosophical, Theoretical and Methodological Aspects -- 3.2 The First Generation -- 3.2.1 Structural Integration -- 3.2.1.1 Regularization and Interaction with Institutions -- 3.2.1.2 Integration in the Labour Market -- 3.2.2 Social Integration -- 3.2.2.1 History of Immigration and Impact on Social Integration -- 3.2.2.2 Cultural Similarity and Difference -- 3.2.3 Immigrant and Ethnic Organizations -- 3.2.4 Gender -- 3.2.5 Discrimination -- 3.3 The Second Generation -- 3.3.1 Structural Integration -- 3.3.1.1 Educational Experience and Performance -- 3.3.1.2 Future Employment Plans and Transition to the Labour Market.
3.3.1.3 Attitudes Towards Citizenship -- 3.3.1.4 References to the City and Locality -- 3.3.2 Socialization and Integration -- 3.3.2.1 Social Integration in Schools -- 3.3.2.2 The Role of the Peer Group -- 3.3.2.3 Immigrant and Ethnic Organizations -- 3.3.3 Discrimination -- 3.4 Conclusions -- Chapter-4 -- Transnational Ties and Attitudes Towards Return -- 4.1 Theorizing Transnational Ties Beyond the Nation-State -- 4.2 The First Generation -- 4.2.1 Return Visits -- 4.2.2 Transnational Ties Through Technology -- 4.2.3 Remittances -- 4.2.4 Attitudes Towards Return -- 4.3 The Second Generation -- 4.3.1 Return Visits -- 4.3.2 Transnational Ties Through Technologies -- 4.3.3 Attitudes Towards Return -- 4.4 Conclusions -- Chapter-5 -- Intergenerational Transmission of Ethnic Identity, Integration and Transnational Ties -- 5.1 Intergenerational Transmission in the Context of Migration: The State of the Art -- 5.2 Intergenerational Transmission of Identity -- 5.2.1 Transmitting ’Albanianness’ -- 5.2.2 Language -- 5.2.3 Ethnicity at a Micro-Level: The Family -- 5.2.4 Lifestyle Values and Cross-Generation Tensions -- 5.2.5 Migrant Identity and the Communist Past -- 5.3 Intergenerational Transmission of Integration -- 5.3.1 Parents’ Settlement and its Impact on Children’s Integration -- 5.3.2 Transmission of the Migration Project -- 5.4 Intergenerational Transmission of Transnational Ties -- 5.4.1 General Patterns -- 5.4.2 Intergenerational Transmission of Attitudes Towards Visits -- 5.4.3 Intergenerational Transmission of Attitudes Towards Return -- 5.5 Conclusions -- Chapter-6 -- A Cross-generational Assessment of Identification, Integration and Transnational Ties -- 6.1 Links Between Identity, Integration and Transnational Ties -- 6.2 Ethnic Identity -- 6.3 Integration -- 6.4 Transnational Ties -- 6.5 Intergenerational Transmission.
6.6 Re-interpreting Integration: Agency, Capital and Power -- References -- Index.
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1 Introduction 1 // 1.1 Contextualizing and Theorizing Cross-Generational // Migration Research 4 // 1.1.1 Identity, Integration and Transnational Ties 4 // 1.1.2 Theories on the Integration of the Second Generation 7 // 1.1.3 The European Second Generation 11 // 1.1.4 The Albanian Second Generation 13 // 1.1.5 Moving Back and Forth Between Theory and Data 16 // 1.2 Introducing the Field Sites: Immigration Politics and // Ethnic Relations 18 // 1.2.1 Britain 18 // 1.2.2 Greece 21 // 1.2.3 Italy 25 // 1.3 Research Design and Methods 28 // 1.4 Book Outline 33 // 2 Identities of the First and Second Generation: The Role of // Ethnicity 37 // 2.1 Identity and Ethnicity 37 // 2.2 Introduction to Albanian Identity 42 // 2.3 The First Generation 46 // 2.3.1 Migrant Identity 46 // 2.3.2 The Parental Identity 49 // 2.3.3 Gender 50 // 2.3.4 Religious Identity 51 // 2.3.5 The Role of Ethnicity 54 // 2.4 The Second Generation 56 // 2.4.1 Teenagers and Young People 56 // 2.4.2 Gender 58 // 2.4.3 Religious Identity 59 // 2.4.4 The Role of Ethnicity 62 // 2.5 Conclusions 70 // ix // Contents // 3 Integration: National, City and Local Perspectives // 3.1 Reviewing Integration: Philosophical, Theoretical and // Methodological Aspects // 3.2 The First Generation // 3.2.1 Structural Integration // 3.2.2 Social Integration // 3.2.3 Immigrant and Ethnic Organizations // 3.2.4 Gender // 3.2.5 Discrimination // 3.3 The Second Generation // 3.3.1 Structural Integration // 3.3.2 Socialization and Integration // 3.3.3 Discrimination // 3.4 Conclusions // Transnational Ties and Attitudes Towards Return // 4.1 Theorizing Transnational Ties Beyond // the Nation-State // 4.2 The First Generation // 4.2.1 Return Visits // 4.2.2 Transnational Ties Through Technology // 4.2.3 Remittances // 4.2.4 Attitudes Towards Return // 4.3 The Second Generation // 4.3.1 Return Visits //
4.3.2 Transnational Ties Through Technologies // 4.3.3 Attitudes Towards Return // 4.4 Conclusions // Intergenerational Transmission of Ethnic Identity, Integration and Transnational Ties // 5.1 Intergenerational Transmission in the Context of Migration: The State of the Art // 5.2 Intergenerational Transmission of Identity . // 5.2.1 Transmitting ‘Albanianness’ // 5.2.2 Language // 5.2.3 Ethnicity at a Micro-Level: The Family // 5.2.4 Lifestyle Values and Cross-Generation Tensions.. // 5.2.5 Migrant Identity and the Communist Past // 5.3 Intergenerational Transmission of Integration // 5.3.1 Parents’ Settlement and its Impact on Children’s Integration // 5.3.2 Transmission of the Migration Project // 5.4 Intergenerational Transmission of Transnational Ties 168 // 5.4.1 General Patterns 168 // 5.4.2 Intergenerational Transmission of Attitudes // Towards Visits 170 // 5.4.3 Intergenerational Transmission of Attitudes // Towards Return 172 // 5.5 Conclusions 173 // 6 A Cross-generational Assessment of Identification, // Integration and Transnational Ties 177 // 6.1 Links Between Identity, Integration // and Transnational Ties 178 // 6.2 Ethnic Identity 180 // 6.3 Integration 181 // 6.4 Transnational Ties 184 // 6.5 Intergenerational Transmission 186 // 6.6 Re-interpreting Integration: Agency, // Capital and Power 187 // References 195 // Index 211
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