GLOBE IN MOTION. PATTERNS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION: SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES


Boris Divinský - Tatiana Zachar Podolinská et al., Globe in Motion. Patterns of International Migration: Similarities and Differences, Bratislava: Ústav etnológie a sociálnej antropológie SAV, 2018, s. 216, Etnologické štúdie, 34, ISBN: 978-80-970975-7-8

We introduce you our next most recent monograph with the title Globe in Motion: Patterns of International Migration: Similarities and Differences, by Boris Divinský and Tatiana Zachar Podolinská et al. The collective work is the main scientific output of the international project of the EU Interreg Danube Transnational Program 2014-2020, the Danube Region Information Platform for Economic Integration of Migrants (DRIM acronym, No. DTP 1-1-183-4.1). Transition towards post-industrial and knowledge-based societies is challenging also for social scientists who face problems not only with a reliable classification of migratory moves, but also with the proliferation of new forms of mobility and migration strategies. As a form of contribution to the ongoing debate between scientists, policymakers, stakeholders and persons from practice, this volume offers contributions from experienced specialists from several countries (from the United Kingdom to Slovakia, from Canada to Slovenia) and various fields of activity.  The publication is available at DOI:  https://doi.org/10.31577/2018.9788097097578.
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