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Title Patterns of migration in central Europe [electronic resource] / Edited by Claire Wallace, Dariusz Stola.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2001.


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Physical description 328 p.
Notes Ebook.
Originally published in: 2001.
Contents Dedication List of Figures List of Tables Preface Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors PART I: OVERVIEW Introduction: Patterns of Migration in Central Europe-- C.Wallace & D.Stola Conceptual Challenges from the New Migration Space-- C.Wallace The New Migration Space as a Buffer Zone?-- C.Wallace Two Kinds of Quasi-Migration in the Middle Zone: Central Europe as a Space for Transmit Migration and Mobility for Profit-- D.Stola Incomplete Migration: A New Form of Mobility in Central and Eastern Europe: The Case of Polish and Ukrainian Migrants-- M.Okolski Towards a Harmonized Migration and Asylum Regime in Europe-- A.Nygard & I.Stacher PART II: COUNTRY CHAPTERS Poland: D Stola The Czech Republic-- D.Drbohlav The Slovak Republic-- M.Lubyova Hungary-- E.Sik, A.Hars & J.Toth Migration from Ukraine to Central and Eastern Europe-- V.Bedzir Appendix 1: Methodology of Surveys Appendix 2: Glossary of Terms Bibliography Index.
File type Document
Summary ' essential starting point for individuals interested in any type of migration into and out of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, [and] their relationships with their immediate neighbours, especially Austria, Germany and the Ukraine. The particular strengths of this volume lie in the tightness of its structure, the way it holds together as an edited book and the wealth of factual information it provides.' - Panikos Panayi, Immigrants and Minorities.
System notes Adobe Ebook Reader.
History notes CLAIRE WALLACE is a Researcher at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, and also Professor of Social Research at the University of Derby, UK. She is the author of the IOM study Migration Potential in Central and Eastern Europe and a number of articles on migration, including a symposium issue of the International Journal for Urban and Regional Research. DARIUSZ STOLA is Historian at the Institute for Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences. He is also a Research Fellow at the Institute for Social Studies, Warsaw University. His book Nadzieja zagada (Hope and the Holocaust) earned several awards.
Other author Wallace, Claire, 1956-
Stola, Dariusz.
Subject Politics & government -- Central Europe.
Migration, immigration & emigration -- Central Europe.
Politics and Government.
ISBN 9780333985519 : 趮25
0333985516 : 趮25