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Comparative Demography of the Syrian Diaspora: European and Middle Eastern Destinations - gebunden oder broschiert

2020, ISBN: 9783030244507

1st ed. 2020, Hardcover, Buch, [PU: Springer International Publishing]

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783030244507
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2020
Herausgeber: Springer International Publishing

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Autor/in: Elwood D. Carlson; Nathalie E. Williams
Titel: European Studies of Population; Comparative Demography of the Syrian Diaspora: European and Middle Eastern Destinations
Verlag: Springer; Springer International Publishing
395 Seiten
Erscheinungsjahr: 2020-01-15
Cham; CH
Gedruckt / Hergestellt in Niederlande.
Gewicht: 0,776 kg
Sprache: Englisch
139,09 € (DE)
142,99 € (AT)
153,50 CHF (CH)
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X, 395 p. 143 illus.

BB; Book; Hardcover, Softcover / Soziologie/Sozialstrukturforschung; Migration, Einwanderung und Auswanderung; Verstehen; Syrian diaspora; Forced migration and integration; Population Movement; Non-Contiguous European States; Front-line states; Displaced Syrians; Demography; Population studies; Refugees; B; Migration; Demography; Human Migration; Population and Demography; Social Sciences; Bevölkerung und Migrationsgeographie; Bevölkerung und Demographie; EA; BC

This book provides a demographic profile of the Syrian diaspora into Europe and identifies the issue of forced migration as a separate and increasingly salient topic within the more general field of migration research.  It describes the progressive increase in numbers of Syrian refugees in different European countries during recent years and gives a demographic profile of the Syrian refugee population.  The book also compares and synthesizes the demographic profiles presented, to show how the population of Syrian refugees differs from country to county in terms of age structure, sex ratio, family status, educational attainment and other social and economic characteristics. By providing a solid empirical portrait based on national and international statistics, this book will be a great resource to students, academics in migration and refugee studies as well as social scientists and policy-makers in European countries.

 

Chapter 1: The Problem of Forced Migration as a Global Issue, by Nathalie Williams & Michelle O'Brien

Chapter 2: Fault Lines in Syrian Society and the Syrian Civil War, by Marty Masek

 

Chapter 3: Demographic Profile of Syrians in Turkey, by Tugba Adali & Ahmet Sinan Türkyılmaz

Chapter 4: Do Refugees Impact Voter Preferences? Evidence from Syrian Refugee Inflows in Turkey?, by Onur Altindag & Neeraj Kaushal

Chapter 5: Social conditions facing Syrian women in Turkey, by Tuba Dumon

Chapter 6: Demographic Profile of Syrians in Lebanon, by Marwan Kawajah

 

 

Chapter 7: Channels of Movement for Displaced Syrians, by Danilo Mandic

Chapter 8: Demographic Profile of Syrians in Austria, by Isabella Buber-Ennser et al

Chapter 9: Family Context of Married Refuge-Seeking Persons Arriving in Austria, by Isabella Buber-Ennser et al

Chapter 10: Demographic Profile of Syrians in Bulgaria, by Spas Tashev

Chapter 11: Demographic Profile of Syrians in Germany, by Susanne Worbs et al

Chapter 12: Integration of Syrian Refugees into German Society, by Nina Rother & Axel Kreienbrink

Chapter 13: Demographic Profile of Syrians in Hungary, by Agnes Harcs, Kopint-Tarki

Chapter 14: Demographic Profile of Syrians in Italy, by Salvatore Strossa

Chapter 15: Demographic Profile of Syrians in the Netherlands, by Helga de Valk

Chapter 16: Demographic Profile of Syrians in Sweden, by Eleonora Mussino et al

Chapter 17: Relations between Syrian Refugees and the Swedish population

Chapter 18: Demographic Profile of Syrians in the United Kingdom          

 

 

Chapter 19: Demographic Contrasts in Syrian Refugee Populations, by Nathalie Williams & Elwood Carlson

Chapter 20: Policy Differences among European States towards Syrian Refugees

 

PART ONE – Genesis of the Syrian Diaspora PART TWO – Population Movement to Front-Line States PART TWO – Population Movement to Non-Contiguous European States PART THREE—Comparative Perspective on Syrian Refugee Population Movements  

(2008). 

The Lucky Few: Between the Greatest Generation and the Baby Boom

Provides a comprehensive perspective on Syrian population movements since 2010

Identifies the issue of forced migration as a separate and increasingly salient topic within migration research

Provides a demographic profile in terms of age, sex, family status, and social and economic characteristics



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