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  • 1
    UID:
    almafu_BV045418191
    Format: ix, 157 Seiten.
    ISBN: 978-1-4724-7935-8
    Series Statement: Research in migration and ethnic relations
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe ISBN 978-1-315-55558-4
    Language: English
    Subjects: Ethnology
    RVK:
    Keywords: Türkischer Einwanderer ; Arbeiter ; Migration ; Bildungsniveau ; Ausländischer Arbeitnehmer
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  • 2
    UID:
    almahu_9949384044402882
    Format: 1 online resource
    ISBN: 9781317024071 , 1317024079 , 9781315555584 , 1315555581 , 9781317024064 , 1317024060 , 9781317024057 , 1317024052
    Content: The increasing global competition of knowledge economies has begun a new era of labour migration, as economies chase 'the best and the brightest': the movement of highly skilled workers. This book examines the experiences of highly educated migrants subjected to two distinct and incompatible public discourses: one that identifies them in terms of nationality and presupposed religion, and another that focuses on their education and employment status, which suggests that they deserve the best treatment from societies engaged in the global 'race for talent'. Presenting new empirical research collected in Amsterdam, Barcelona and London amongst highly educated migrants from Turkey, the author draws on their narratives to address the question of whether such migrants should be apprehended any differently from their predecessors who moved to Europe as 'guestworkers' in the twentieth century. With attention to the reasons for which highly skilled workers choose to migrate and then stay (or not) in their 'host' countries, their connection to their multiple homes and the ways in which they meet the challenges of integration - in part by way of their position in relation to other migrants - and their acquisition of citizenship in the 'host' country, The Migration of Highly Educated Turkish Citizens to Europe offers insights on an under-researched trend in the field of migration. The author develops three nexuses - the mobility/migration nexus, the mobility/citizenship nexus, and the mobility/dwelling nexus - to account for the embedded sense of mobility that underlies these 'new' migrants and offers a holistic picture about their trajectory from 'arrival to settlement' and all that lies in-between. As such, it will appeal to scholars in the fields of sociology and political science with interests in migration and mobility, ethnicity and integration.
    Note: Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Making sense of highly educated migration: the case for mobility nexuses -- Why migrants from Turkey? -- Why Amsterdam, Barcelona and London? -- Mobility nexuses -- Notes -- References -- PART I: The mobility/migration nexus -- 1. Elsewhere starts here -- Personal motives, constraints and facilitators of migration -- Educational motives -- Professional motives -- Family-related motives -- Mobility motives -- Concluding remarks -- Notes -- References -- 2. Temporalities of migration: from (non-)return to mobility -- What is 'further stay'? -- Professional reasons -- Family reasons -- Quality of life factors -- Return, settlement or remigration? -- Concluding remarks -- Notes -- References -- PART II: The mobility/citizenship nexus -- 3. Mobility enabling citizenship -- Naturalization studies: individual, communal and contextual factors -- The benefits of naturalization -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- References -- 4. To naturalize, or not to naturalize -- The meaning of citizenship -- The impact of citizenship policies -- The policies of dual citizenship -- The collateral damage of naturalization: single citizenship? -- Concluding remarks -- Notes -- References -- PART III: The mobility/dwelling nexus -- 5. 'Distance is a state of mind': travelling in dwelling, dwelling in travelling -- Metaphoricity of transnational practices: travelling and dwelling in multiple spaces -- Travelling in dwelling -- Dwelling-in-travelling: home, homeland, homesickness -- Concluding remarks -- Notes -- References -- 6. New vs. old diversity: between emplacement and threatened mobility -- Super-diversity, ethnic hierarchies and boundary-making -- Where new migrants meet 'old diversity' -- Concluding remarks -- Notes.
    Language: English
    Keywords: Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books
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  • 3
    UID:
    kobvindex_ZLB35026280
    Format: 3 Seiten
    Series Statement: DeZIMinutes # 09
    Language: German
    Author information: Rischke, Ramona
    Author information: Yanaşmayan, Zeynep
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  • 4
    UID:
    gbv_1688479953
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (x, 416 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9781108596459
    Series Statement: Comparative constitutional law and policy
    Content: This book offers an in-depth account of the failure of popular constitution making in Turkey from 2011 to 2013, which was an anomaly in the otherwise authoritarian history of Turkish constitutional politics. The authors demonstrate that, even in unfavorable conditions, constitution making that brings together different stakeholders can potentially lead to significant improvement of constitutional regimes. Long-standing societal divides regarding cultural and religious diversity, which were evident in political parties' negotiations, played a significant role in the failure of the process in Turkey. Most notably, the ruling AKP's insistence on establishing a presidential system - supported by neither other political parties nor the public - destabilized the process and exacerbated distrust among the drafters. Unfavorable procedures, particularly an unrealistic deadline and the unanimity principle, prevented consensus and allowed the AKP to hijack the process. The process was a missed opportunity for democratization before Turkey plunged into full-fledged democratic backsliding.
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781108497626
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781108740180
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe The failure of popular constitution making in Turkey Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2020 ISBN 9781108497626
    Language: English
    Subjects: Law
    RVK:
    Keywords: Türkei ; Verfassungsrecht ; Geschichte 2011-2013 ; Aufsatzsammlung
    URL: Volltext  (lizenzpflichtig)
    Author information: Yanaşmayan, Zeynep
    Author information: Petersen, Felix
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  • 5
    UID:
    almafu_BV047231959
    Format: x, 416 Seiten.
    ISBN: 978-1-108-49762-6
    Series Statement: Comparative constitutional law and policy
    Note: Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 20 Dec 2019)
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe ISBN 978-1-108-59645-9
    Language: English
    Subjects: Law
    RVK:
    Keywords: Verfassung
    Author information: Petersen, Felix
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  • 6
    UID:
    almahu_BV046100730
    Format: 39 Seiten : , Diagramme ; , 30 cm.
    Series Statement: Working papers / Max-Planck-Institute for Social Anthropology no. 190
    In: no:DE-11-002382825
    Language: English
    Subjects: Ethnology
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  • 7
    UID:
    gbv_715940627
    ISBN: 0754676986
    In: Illiberal liberal states, Farnham, Surrey [u.a.] : Ashgate, 2009, (2009), Seite 79-97, 0754676986
    In: 9780754676980
    In: year:2009
    In: pages:79-97
    Language: English
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  • 8
    UID:
    gbv_1779185170
    Format: 1 online resource
    ISBN: 9781315569000 , 9781317175315 , 9781317175322
    Series Statement: Cultural diversity and law in association with RELIGARE
    Content: pt. I. The RELIGARE project and final report -- part II. Responses to the RELIGARE report.
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781472453464
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe ISBN 9781472453464
    Language: English
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  • 9
    UID:
    edochu_18452_28758
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (18 Seiten)
    Content: This editorial makes the case for revisiting class in the context of forced migration. We argue that this is necessary to better grasp the inherent diversity of forced migrants. Forced-migration research has increasingly considered aspects of differentiation, such as race or gender. Yet, scholarly work on social class in this field remains scarce. We argue that forced migrants are wrongly homogenised as ‘poor’ or ‘class-less’, and show how class-related capitals and their transferability and convertibility remain important determinants of their spatial and social (im)mobility. We develop this angle by first giving an overview of the class concepts developed by Marx, Weber, and Bourdieu, and the ways the authors of this special issue employed these concepts. Building our arguments on the contributions to this special issue that engage in empirical analyses in diverse settings, we display how social class and the different forms of capital available to forced migrants influence their perception and capacity for spatial mobility. Moreover, we discuss how class at a given moment shapes forced migrants’ future social mobility in new settings. We conclude by highlighting the considerable variation in socio-economic backgrounds of forced migrants and discussing the effects of the categorisation as ‘refugee’.
    Content: Peer Reviewed
    In: London [u.a.] : Taylor & Francis, 48,20, Seiten 4829-4846
    Language: English
    URL: Volltext  (kostenfrei)
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  • 10
    UID:
    almahu_9948236099402882
    Format: 1 online resource (x, 416 pages) : , digital, PDF file(s).
    ISBN: 9781108596459 (ebook)
    Series Statement: Comparative constitutional law and policy
    Content: This book offers an in-depth account of the failure of popular constitution making in Turkey from 2011 to 2013, which was an anomaly in the otherwise authoritarian history of Turkish constitutional politics. The authors demonstrate that, even in unfavorable conditions, constitution making that brings together different stakeholders can potentially lead to significant improvement of constitutional regimes. Long-standing societal divides regarding cultural and religious diversity, which were evident in political parties' negotiations, played a significant role in the failure of the process in Turkey. Most notably, the ruling AKP's insistence on establishing a presidential system - supported by neither other political parties nor the public - destabilized the process and exacerbated distrust among the drafters. Unfavorable procedures, particularly an unrealistic deadline and the unanimity principle, prevented consensus and allowed the AKP to hijack the process. The process was a missed opportunity for democratization before Turkey plunged into full-fledged democratic backsliding.
    Note: Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 20 Dec 2019). , Introduction / Felix Petersen and Zeynep Yanasmayan -- Explaining the Failure of Popular Constitution Making in Turkey (2011-2013) / Felix Petersen and Zeynep Yanaşmayan -- The People and Its Embodiment: Authoritarian Foundations of Constitutions in Turkey / Ertuğ Tombuş -- Regime Cycles, Constitution Making, and the Political System Question in -- Ottoman and Turkish Constitutional Developments / Şule Özsoy Boyunsuz -- Illiberal Media and Popular Constitution Making in Turkey / Burcu Baykurt -- Debating State Organization Principles in the Constitutional Conciliation -- Commission / Gözde Böcü and Felix Petersen -- Glass Half Full : Drafting Fundamental Rights in the Turkish Constitution- -- Making Process (2011-2013) / Oya Yegen and Zeynep Yanaşmayan -- Countermajoritarian Institutions in Turkish Constitution Making / Maria Abad Andrade -- Debating the Amendment-Making Rule : The Rigidity vs. Flexibility Debate in -- the Turkish Constitution-Making Process / Oya Yegen.
    Additional Edition: Print version: ISBN 9781108497626
    Language: English
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