2 edition of Caribbean migration as a structural reality found in the catalog.
Caribbean migration as a structural reality
Anthony P. Maingot
by Latin American and Caribbean Center, Florida International University in Miami, FL (Tamiami Trail, Miami 33199)
Written in English
|Statement||by Anthony P. Maingot.|
|Series||Occasional papers series ;, dialogues #13, Occasional papers series (Florida International University. Latin American and Caribbean Center) ;, #13.|
|LC Classifications||JV7321 .M35 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||84622437|
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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. "CARIBBEAN MIGRATION AS A STRUCTURAL REALITY" By Anthony P. Maingot Professor of Sociology Florida International University Miami, Florida Revised Version of Paper Presented to the Conference on Caribbean Migration Sponsored by Georgetown University and Greater Miami United Miami, Florida December 8, PDF | On Jan 1,Anthony P.
Maingot published Caribbean Migration As A Structural Reality (Dialogue #13) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Caribbean Migration as a Structural Reality. Occasional Papers Series, Dialogues # Maingot, Anthony P.
Demographic and economic conditions in the Caribbean region combine with social and historical factors to create a structural migration situation: direction and magnitude of the flow might shift, pressures pushing Caribbean Islanders toward.
This anthology represents important and original directions in the study of Caribbean migration. It takes a comparative perspective on the Caribbean people's migratory experiences to North America, Europe, and within the Caribbean.
Using a multi-disciplinary approach, the book discusses: * the causes of migration * the experiences of migrants. 1Cultural diaspora: the Caribbean case With Robin Cohen Migration scholars-normally a rather conservative breed of sociologists, historians demographers and geographers-have recently been bemused to find their subject matter assailed by a bevy of postmodernists, novelists and scholars of.
Given the proximity and the weight of Latin American migration flows, and more particularly the Mexican emigration, Caribbean migration flows are often overlooked. However, in relative terms, in22% of the Caribbean population lives abroad whereas this rate reaches 10% of the Mexican population (International Monetary Fund - IMF, ).
The least developed countries (LDCs), landlocked developing countries (LLDCs) and small island developing States (SIDS) are among the most vulnerable groups of countries in the world. They are disproportionately affected by the negative impacts of climate change due to their structural constraints and geographical disadvantage.
In13 out of the 15 countries with the. More than twenty million migrant workers send $40 billion to their countries of origin each year, making labor second only to oil as the most important commodity traded internationally.
The essays contained here deal with this unsettled sociopolitical issue--international labor migration and its relationship to economic development--seeking to determine the effects of recruitment, remittances. Welcome to the online platform for the Caribbean Migration Consultations (CMC).A portal that allows you to network with experts and members, to learn from our updated resources, and serves as a hub to exchange new ideas and best practices to contribute to the improvement of migration governance in the Caribbean.
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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The. migration and urbanization throughout the region (Boswell ). To round off this introduction to the contributions of this first group of Caribbean migration enthusiasts, a review of my own research and writing would reveal an initial focus on urban residential change and intra-urban migration.
The Venezuelan economic crisis has created a direct impact on the migration patterns in Latin America and the Caribbean, both voluntary and involuntary. Caribbean Migration to Western Europe and the United States: Essays on Incorporation, Identity and Citizenship (co-edited with Eric Mielants and Margarita Cervantes-Rodriguez).
This book compares the migration processes from the Caribbean to England, Spain, France, The Netherlands and the United States (Philadelphia: Temple University Press). Irregular Migration Research Database: Europe. Search form. Search.
THIS DATABASE CONSOLIDATES OVER RESOURCES ON IRREGULAR MIGRATION TO EUROPE. WELCOME. THIS PORTAL CONSOLIDATES OVER SOURCES ON IRREGULAR MIGRATION INTO EUROPE. WELCOME. Filter Results. Theme. About the Book - Caribbean Migration: Globalized Identities "Caribbean Migration" places emphasis on the nature and meaning of the migration experience as a continuing historical process that creates a vibrant culture and incorporates new insights on gender, citizenship, imperialism, and the globalization of both capitalism and socialism to the contemporary problems of the Caribbean.
View More. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. COUNTRY PROFILES: Antigua and Barbuda Dominica Grenada Guyana Jamaica Saint Lucia Regional RELATED EVENTS: WEBINAR: REGIONAL REPORT ON MIGRATION GOVERNANCE IN THE ISLAND STATES OF THE COMMONWEALTH CARIBBEAN CMC WORKSHOP ON MIGRATION DATA COLLECTION AND MANAGEMENT.
• Return migration of retirees to the Caribbean is a trend that has gained force in recent years, with the return of a large number of migrants who left in the s (CEPAL, ).Caribbean migration has been conceptualised in recent historical-structural theories as a labour migration that responds to the needs of capital accumulation in the core of the world economy.
The spatial unit within which migration occurs is the world system characterised by its axial world division of labour between core, peripheral and semi.This is a part of the series of four lectures on Dreams and a Special Destination: Fifty Years of Caribbean Migration to Britain, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the arrival of The SS Empire Windrush.
Compared to other migrations from the Caribbean, the one to Britain has been marked by a perception of literary success and social, economical and political failure.