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ISBN 9783030674977
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Print version: Erlinghagen, Marcel The Global Lives of German Migrants Cham : Springer International Publishing AG,c2021 ISBN 9783030674977
Chapter 3: Structures of German Emigration and Remigration: Historical Developments and Demographic Patterns -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Historical Development of Emigration and Remigration from Germany -- 3.3 Geography of Departure and Arrival -- 3.4 Demographic Structures of the Internationally Mobile Population -- 3.5 Individual Motives of International Mobility -- 3.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Brain Drain or Brain Circulation? Economic and Non-Economic Factors Driving the International Migration of German Citizens -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Drivers of Emigration and Remigration -- 4.3 Analytical Strategy and Operationalisation of Theoretical Constructs -- 4.4 Disparities Between Drivers of Emigration and Remigration -- 4.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 5: Comparing the Risk Attitudes of Internationally Mobile and Non-Mobile Germans ---
5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Theoretical Considerations and Current State of Research -- 5.2.1 Risk Attitude and the Propensity to Migrate.
Chapter 3: Structures of German Emigration and Remigration: Historical Developments and Demographic Patterns -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Historical Development of Emigration and Remigration from Germany -- 3.3 Geography of Departure and Arrival -- 3.4 Demographic Structures of the Internationally Mobile Population -- 3.5 Individual Motives of International Mobility -- 3.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Brain Drain or Brain Circulation? Economic and Non-Economic Factors Driving the International Migration of German Citizens -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Drivers of Emigration and Remigration -- 4.3 Analytical Strategy and Operationalisation of Theoretical Constructs -- 4.4 Disparities Between Drivers of Emigration and Remigration -- 4.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 5: Comparing the Risk Attitudes of Internationally Mobile and Non-Mobile Germans ---
The Global Lives of German Migrants -- Preface -- Contents -- About the Contributors -- Part I: Introduction -- Chapter 1: Between Origin and Destination: German Migrants and the Individual Consequences of Their Global Lives -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Towards a New Conceptual Framework for Migration Studies -- 1.3 The Case for German Emigration and Remigration -- 1.4 Outline of the Book -- References -- Chapter 2: Surveying Across Borders: The Experiences of the German Emigration and Remigration Panel Study -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Tackling Pitfalls of Existing Strategies to Study Internationally Mobile Populations -- 2.3 Research Design -- 2.4 Sampling Strategy -- 2.5 Survey Mode and Questionnaire Structure -- 2.6 Nonresponse and Data Quality -- 2.7 Conclusions -- References -- Part II: Who Are the German International Migrants? ---
12.4.2 Short-Term Changes in Health Around the Time of the Migration Event -- 12.5 Conclusion and Discussion -- Appendix -- References -- Part VI: Friends and Social Integration -- Chapter 13: Out of Sight, out of Mind? Frequency of Emigrants’ Contact with Friends in Germany and its Impact on Subjective Well-Being -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Theory -- 13.2.1 Determinants of Friendship Quality -- 13.2.2 Contact, Friendship, and Subjective Well-Being -- 13.3 Literature Review -- 13.3.1 Determinants of Contact -- 13.3.2 Cross-Border Contacts and Subjective Well-Being -- 13.4 Data and Methods -- 13.5 Results -- 13.5.1 Patterns of Contact Frequency -- 13.5.2 Estimation Results: Determinants of Contact Frequency -- 13.5.3 Contact Frequency and Well-Being -- 13.6 Discussion and Conclusion -- References ---
16.3.2 Individual-Level and Survey-Related Correlates of Panel Consent -- 16.4 Lessons Learned by Implementing a Probability-Based Online Panel of Internationally Mobile Individuals.
14.2 State of Research -- 14.2.1 Contextual Factors and Friendships -- 14.2.2 Individual Attributes Affecting Friendship Formation on a Micro Level -- 14.2.3 Existing Contacts as Bridge Between Emigrant and Host Society -- 14.2.4 Empirical Evidence -- 14.3 Data -- 14.3.1 Dependent Variables -- 14.3.2 Explanatory and Control Variables -- 14.4 Results -- 14.4.1 A Comparison of the Overall Size of Close Friendship Networks of German Emigrants and Stayers -- 14.4.2 Factors Related to Emigrants’ Close Friends Network Size within the Emigration Country -- 14.4.3 Development of the Size of Friendship Networks in the First Month after Arrival -- 14.5 Discussion -- References -- Chapter 15: Sense of Belonging: Predictors for Host Country Attachment Among Emigrants -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Theoretical Background -- 15.2.1 The Need to Belong ---
Chapter 10: Disruption of Family Lives in the Course of Migration: ’Tied Migrants’ and Partnership Breakup Patterns Among German (R)emigrants -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Theoretical Background -- 10.3 Empirical Background -- 10.4 Data and Methods -- 10.5 Results -- 10.6 Conclusion -- References -- Part V: Wellbeing and Health -- Chapter 11: The Happy Migrant? Emigration and its Impact on Subjective Well-Being -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Theoretical Considerations and State of Research -- 11.3 Data and Methods -- 11.3.1 Methods -- 11.3.2 Variables -- 11.4 Findings -- 11.5 Conclusions -- Appendix -- References -- Chapter 12: Healthy Migrants? Comparing Subjective Health of German Emigrants, Remigrants, and Non-Migrants -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Theoretical Background -- 12.2.1 German Emigrants -- 12.2.2 German Remigrants -- 12.3 Data and Methods -- 12.4 Results -- 12.4.1 Current Health Status ---
12.4.2 Short-Term Changes in Health Around the Time of the Migration Event -- 12.5 Conclusion and Discussion -- Appendix -- References -- Part VI: Friends and Social Integration -- Chapter 13: Out of Sight, out of Mind? Frequency of Emigrants’ Contact with Friends in Germany and its Impact on Subjective Well-Being -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Theory -- 13.2.1 Determinants of Friendship Quality -- 13.2.2 Contact, Friendship, and Subjective Well-Being -- 13.3 Literature Review -- 13.3.1 Determinants of Contact -- 13.3.2 Cross-Border Contacts and Subjective Well-Being -- 13.4 Data and Methods -- 13.5 Results -- 13.5.1 Patterns of Contact Frequency -- 13.5.2 Estimation Results: Determinants of Contact Frequency -- 13.5.3 Contact Frequency and Well-Being -- 13.6 Discussion and Conclusion -- References ---
15.2.2 The Process of Acculturation -- 15.2.3 Models of Adjustment -- 15.2.4 Anticipatory Factors -- 15.2.5 Individual-Level Factors -- 15.2.6 Cultural Distance -- 15.2.7 Analytical Approach of this Chapter -- 15.3 Data and Methods -- 15.3.1 Measures -- 15.3.2 Method -- 15.4 Results -- 15.5 Conclusion -- References -- Part VII: Survey Design for Internationally Mobile Populations -- Chapter 16: Setting up Probability-Based Online Panels of Migrants with a Push-to-Web Approach: Lessons Learned from the German Emigration and Remigration Panel Study (GERPS) -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Dealing with the First Recruitment Challenge: Online Survey Participation -- 16.2.1 Data and Methods -- 16.2.2 Survey Mode and Unit Response -- 16.3 Dealing with the Second Recruitment Challenge: Participation in Online Panels -- 16.3.1 Data and Methods ---
16.3.2 Individual-Level and Survey-Related Correlates of Panel Consent -- 16.4 Lessons Learned by Implementing a Probability-Based Online Panel of Internationally Mobile Individuals.
Chapter 14: Emigration, Friends, and Social Integration: The Determinants and Development of Friendship Network Size After Arrival -- 14.1 Introduction.
14.2 State of Research -- 14.2.1 Contextual Factors and Friendships -- 14.2.2 Individual Attributes Affecting Friendship Formation on a Micro Level -- 14.2.3 Existing Contacts as Bridge Between Emigrant and Host Society -- 14.2.4 Empirical Evidence -- 14.3 Data -- 14.3.1 Dependent Variables -- 14.3.2 Explanatory and Control Variables -- 14.4 Results -- 14.4.1 A Comparison of the Overall Size of Close Friendship Networks of German Emigrants and Stayers -- 14.4.2 Factors Related to Emigrants’ Close Friends Network Size within the Emigration Country -- 14.4.3 Development of the Size of Friendship Networks in the First Month after Arrival -- 14.5 Discussion -- References -- Chapter 15: Sense of Belonging: Predictors for Host Country Attachment Among Emigrants -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Theoretical Background -- 15.2.1 The Need to Belong ---
5.2.2 Risk Attitude and Choice of Where to Move -- 5.3 Data and Methods -- 5.4 Results -- 5.5 Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: Settlement or Return? The Intended Permanence of Emigration from Germany Across the Life Course -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Theoretical Considerations about the Permanence of Emigration -- 6.3 Operationalisation of Theoretical Constructs -- 6.4 Settlement and Remigration Intentions Across the Life Course -- 6.5 Conclusion -- References -- Part III: Employment and Social Mobility -- Chapter 7: Affluent Lives Beyond the Border? Individual Wage Change Through Migration -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Theoretical Perspectives on Migration and Wage Change -- 7.3 Data and Methods -- 7.3.1 Variables -- 7.3.2 Methods -- 7.4 Findings -- 7.4.1 Descriptives -- 7.4.2 Multivariate Analyses -- 7.5 Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8: Social Origins of German Emigrants: Maintaining Social Status Through International Mobility? -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Linking Spatial and Social Mobility -- 8.3 Data and Analytical Strategy -- 8.4 Social Origins of German Emigrants -- 8.5 International Migration and Social Fluidity -- 8.6 Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Part IV: Partner and Family -- Chapter 9: Migration Motives, Timing, and Outcomes of Internationally Mobile Couples -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Theoretical Background -- 9.3 State of Research -- 9.4 Data and Methods -- 9.4.1 Data -- 9.4.2 Dependent Variables -- 9.4.2.1 Migration Motives -- 9.4.2.2 Migration Pattern -- 9.4.2.3 Migration Outcomes -- 9.4.3 Explaining and Control Variables -- 9.5 Results -- 9.5.1 Migration Motives -- 9.5.2 Migration Pattern -- 9.5.3 Migration Outcomes -- 9.6 Discussion -- References.
Chapter 10: Disruption of Family Lives in the Course of Migration: ’Tied Migrants’ and Partnership Breakup Patterns Among German (R)emigrants -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Theoretical Background -- 10.3 Empirical Background -- 10.4 Data and Methods -- 10.5 Results -- 10.6 Conclusion -- References -- Part V: Wellbeing and Health -- Chapter 11: The Happy Migrant? Emigration and its Impact on Subjective Well-Being -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Theoretical Considerations and State of Research -- 11.3 Data and Methods -- 11.3.1 Methods -- 11.3.2 Variables -- 11.4 Findings -- 11.5 Conclusions -- Appendix -- References -- Chapter 12: Healthy Migrants? Comparing Subjective Health of German Emigrants, Remigrants, and Non-Migrants -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Theoretical Background -- 12.2.1 German Emigrants -- 12.2.2 German Remigrants -- 12.3 Data and Methods -- 12.4 Results -- 12.4.1 Current Health Status ---
References -- Chapter 17: Is There More Than the Answer to the Question? Device Use and Completion Time as Indicators for Selectivity Bias and Response Convenience in Online Surveys -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 The Rising Importance of Paradata for Survey Research -- 17.3 State of Research on Selectivity of Device Use and Response Time Differences -- 17.3.1 Factors Affecting (Selectivity of) Device Choice -- 17.3.2 Response Time as an Indicator for Survey Burden Analysis -- 17.3.3 Research Questions -- 17.4 Data and Measures -- 17.4.1 Data and Data Cleaning -- 17.4.2 Measures -- 17.4.2.1 Dependent Variables -- 17.4.2.2 Independent Variables -- 17.5 Results -- 17.5.1 Selectivity of Mode Choice -- 17.5.2 Analysis of Survey Burden Across Survey Modes -- 17.6 Conclusion -- References.
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