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The Visual Lexica of (National) Belonging and Nonbelonging in the Accounts of Young Kurds in Finland

sosiaaliset suhteet’, in Liikkuva maailma, ed M Lehtonen, Vastapaino, Tampere, pp. 153-175. Rastas, A 2009, ‘Racism in the everyday life of Finnish children with transnational roots’, Barn - Nordic Journal of Child Research, no. 1, pp. 29-43. Rastas, A 2007, ’Neutraalisesti rasistinen? Erään sanan politiikkaa’, in Kolonialismin jäljet. Keskustat, periferiat ja Suomi, eds J Kuortti, M Lehtonen & O Löytty, Gaudeamus, Helsinki, pp. 119-141. Rastas, A 2005, ‘Racializing categorization among young people in Finland’, Young, vol. 13

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Construction and handling of drug problems in Denmark from the 1870s to the 1980s

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Patterns of integration
A Longitudinal View of the Labour Market Attachment of Immigrants in Finland

database shortens owing to the natural diminution of the population (deaths), those reaching 70 years of age, and those who leave Finland to move to another country. Following the process of integration among all immigrants, it is especially important for us to define which main activity statuses lead to withdrawals from the labour market. Figure 1 The main activity of immigrants in Finland in 2000-2010. FLEED. N=2596 (2000) In order to explain the model, we used several descriptive indicators, such as transition rates and substitution-cost matrices. “Transition

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Dynamics Of Unemployment Duration Among African Migrants In Sweden
The contribution of specific country of birth and gender on employment success

, M & Vilhelmsson, R 2004, “Unemployment - risk differentials between immigrant and native workers in Sweden”, Industrial Relations , vol. 43, no.3, pp. 690-698. Arai, M; Regnér, H & Schröder, L 1999, “Är arbetsmarknaden öppen för alla?”, Bilaga 6. Långtidsutredningen 2000 , Fritzes, Stockholm. Arai, M; Schröder, L; Thoursie, P & Thoursie, A 2006, “Måste alla heta som Svensson? En empirisk studie av namnbyten och inkomster”. LO/Integrationsverket . Stockholm. Aslan, Z 2011, “Occupational Adjustment of Immigrants”, University of Amsterdam & IZA

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Mgr. Pavel Maškarinec, Ph.D., Determinants of Women’s Descriptive Representation on the City Boards of the Czech Statutory Cities after the Local Elections of 2014

:// FUNK, N.; MÜLLER, M. (eds., 1993): Gender Politics and Post-Communism: Reflections from Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union . New York: Routledge. GELB, J.; PALLEY, M. L. (2008): Women & Politics around the World: A Comparative History and Survey . Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO. GIGER, N. (2009): Towards A Modern Gender Gap in Europe? A comparative analysis of voting behavior in twelve countries. The Social Science Journal , vol. 46, no. 3, pp. 474-492. GNEEZY, U.; NIEDERLE, M.; RUSTICHINI, A. (2003): Performance in Competitive Environments

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Temporal aspects of precarious work and life in Finland

extending until 2007 of persons who moved to Finland in the years of 1989-93], Helsingin kaupungin tietokeskus 2010/2. Liu-Farrer, G 2009, ‘Educationally channelled international labour mobility: contemporary student migration from China to Japan’, International Migration Review vol. 43, pp. 178-204, DOI: 10.1111/j.1747-7379.2008.01152.x Mau, S, Gülzau, F, Laube, L & Zaun, N 2015, ‘The Global Mobility Divide: How Visa Policies Have Evolved over Time’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies , vol. 41, no. 8, pp. 1192–1213, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2015

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Russian New Art of Hybrid Warfare in Ukraine

%20Comparative%20Study%20of%20Non-State%20and%20State%20Forms%20of%20Non-Linear%20Warfare.pdf?sequence=2 HOFFMAN, F. G. (2009). Hybrid Warfare and Challenges. Retrieved 2 December, 2016, from HOSMER, S.T. (n.d.). The Information Revolution and Psychological Effects. Retrieved 11 December, 2016, from JAITNER, M., MATTSSON, P.A. (2015). Russian Information Warfare of 2014 . Retrieved 11 February, 2016, from

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Prevalence and risk factors of electronic cigarette use among adolescents: Data from four Swedish municipalities

), 588–591. Carroll Chapman, S. L., & Wu, L.-T. (2014). E-cigarette prevalence and correlates of use among adolescents versus adults: A review and comparison. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 54 , 43–54. doi:10.1016/j.jpsychires.2014.03.005 Cho, J. H., Shin, E., & Moon, S.-S. (2011). Electronic-cigarette smoking experience among adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 49 (5), 542–546. doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2011.08.001 Dautzenberg, B., Birkui, P., Noël, M., Dorsett, J., Osman, M., & Dautzenberg, M-D. (2013). E-cigarette: A new tobacco product

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Constituting Immigrant Care Workers Through Gendering and Racialising Practices in Education

: intersectionality, identity politics, and violence against women of color’, Stanford Law Review , vol. 43, no. 6, pp. 1241-1299. Davies, B 2004, ‘Introduction: poststructuralist lines of flight in Australia’, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 3-9. Davies, B 2000, A Body of Writing 1990-1999, AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek, CA. de los Reyes, P & Mulinari, D 2005, Intersektionalitet. Kritiska reflektioner over (o)jämlikhetens landskap, [Intersectionality. Critical reflections on (in)equality]’, Liber, Malmö

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“This is the life I want”
Au pairs’ perceptions of life in the global city

au pairs moving to the United Kingdom. The bright lights of the big city and the dream of streets paved with gold have long attracted migrants. As London has been named ‘the best city in the world to work in’ ( Dearden, 2014 : n.p.), the ‘best for culture’ (Hutchinson, n.d.) and the ‘most stimulating’ ( Wygant, 2013 : n.p.), it is hardly surprising that it is a destination of choice for young people from Europe ( King et al 2014 ). In this section, we explore the perceptions au pairs had of London and the effects of these perceptions. We argue that their

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