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Jan Lucassen,Leo Lucassen
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This article deals with out-migration of elderly in a 19th-century rural society undergoing major economical and social changes

This article deals with out-migration of elderly in a 19th-century rural society undergoing major economical and social changes. The migration intensity and the destination areas give a background and reopen the question of the geographical immobility of the elderly

Migration, Migration History, History: Old Paradigms and New Perspectives - International & Comparative Social History 4 (Paperback). Paperback 454 Pages, Published: 09/12/2005.

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met Jan Lucassen) (re., Migration, Migration History, History: Old Paradigms and New Perspectives (Bern et. Peter Lang, 1e druk 1997, 2e druk 1999, 3e druk 2005). An important subproject is the European Encyclopedia on migration and integration since 1500 which was published in German in 2007 and of which a revised version will appear in 2010, published by Cambridge University Press.

In this period, international migration was generally viewed positively . Some of the British migrants are 30–40 years old, and many are in the older age groups, from 55 years and older

In this period, international migration was generally viewed positively because of its economic benefits (Bonifazi 2008), from the perspective of both the sending and the receiving countries. We first analyse general trends in migration towards Europe, based on new estimates of global migration flows by Abel and Sander (2014). Their figures are based on stock statistics published by the United Nations. Some of the British migrants are 30–40 years old, and many are in the older age groups, from 55 years and older. Thus, British migrants in Spain seem to be free movers coming to work in Spain alongside retirement migrants.

Progress in migration and settlement studies under this new paradigm has been so substantial that a new state of the art is needed. This book presents a reconsideration of current theoretical perspectives encompassing enlightened insights in diverging specializes in the field of migration history, such as slavery studies, ethnic history, macro-economic migration studies, and gypsy studies. The seventeen essays in this volume, written by leading scholars in the field, collectively represent a pioneering effort in migration and settlement studies.

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -420) and indexes. Personal Name: Lucassen, Jan. Personal Name: Lucassen, Leo, 1959-. by Violence against migrant and refugee women in the Euromed region ; case studies: France, Italy, Egypt & MoroccoJane Freedman, Bahija Jamal.

Leo Lucassen’s The Immigrant Threat tackles the question of whether it is reasonable to believe that the integration process of these new immigrants will indeed be fundamentally different in the long run (over multiple generations) from ones experienced by similar immigrant groups in the past.

Leo Lucassen’s The Immigrant Threat tackles the question of whether it is reasonable to believe that the integration process of these new immigrants will indeed be fundamentally different in the long run (over multiple generations) from ones experienced by similar immigrant groups in the past

Jan Lucassen, Leo Lucassen, Patrick Manning. Migration is the talk of the town. On the whole, however, the current situation is seen as resulting from unique political upheavals.

Jan Lucassen, Leo Lucassen, Patrick Manning. Such a-historical interpretations ignore the fact that migration is a fundamental phenomenon in human societies from the beginning and plays a crucial role in the cultural, economic, political and social developments and innovations.

MIGRATION HISTORY: MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES Jan Lucassen, Leo Lucassen and .

MIGRATION HISTORY: MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES Jan Lucassen, Leo Lucassen and Patrick Manning. A concerted effort is therefore necessary to redefine the field of migration history and to formulate new and promising questions that move away from the national focus centered on European and Atlantic regions and towards a more global perspective. Why Does Global Migration Matter for History Writing? If historians can be useful for contemporary debates about global migration, then it follows that global migration should also be of concern to most nation-based historians.

During the last decade studies have indicated that migration has been a normal, structural element of human societies throughout history. Progress in migration and settlement studies under this new paradigm has been so substantial that a new state of the art is needed. This book presents a reconsideration of current theoretical perspectives encompassing enlightened insights in diverging specialisms in the field of migration history, such as slavery studies, ethnic history, macro-economic migration studies, and gypsy studies. The seventeen essays in this volume, written by leading scholars in the field, collectively represent a pioneering effort in migration and settlement studies. They address the problems of ongoing specialization (and hence the need for synthesis) and the difficulties of integrating the consequences of this new paradigm into general histories.