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Trine Lund Thomsen

Kapital, kulturelles Kaoital, soziales Kapital” in Sociale Ungleichheiten (Soziale Welt, Sonderheft 2), ed. R Kreckel, Otto Schartz & Co., Goettingen, pp. 183-98. The article appears in English on: www.viet-studies.org/Bourdieu_capital. htm. Düvell, F 2006, Irregular migration in Europe beyond control? Palgrave Macmillian. Houndsmills Grabowska-Lusinska, I 2007, Skill shortage, emigration and unemployment in Poland - causes and implications. Migration online. Cz Guild, E 2004, Who is

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Catrin Lundström

migrants, making citizens: migrant domestic workers as political agents’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 60-74. Andreassen, R & Ahmed-Andresen, U 2014, ‘I can never be normal: A conversation about race, daily life practices, food and power’, European Journal of Women’s Studies, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 25-42. Anthias, F 2012, ‘Transnational mobilities: Migration research and intersectionality’, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 102-110. Benson, M & Osbaldiston, N 2016, ‘Toward a critical

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Jon Horgen Friberg

recruitment of workers in sending countries like Poland and Lithuania and their employment in host countries like the UK ( Sporton 2013 ) and the Netherlands ( Pijpers 2010 ). Among the Nordic countries, Norway stands out, both in terms of the volume of labour migration from the new EU member-states in general and in the involvement of the temporary staffing industry. During the years following 2004, Norway received more labour migrants from the new EU member-states than all the other Nordic countries combined, and nowhere was the temporary staffing industry more involved

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Caroline Oliver

References Ackers, HL & Coldron, K 2007, ‘(Ab)Using Citizenship? Retirement Migrants and the Management of Healthcare Rights’, Maastrict Journal of European and Comparative Law, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 287-302. Ackers, HL & Dwyer, P 2002, Senior citizenship? Retirement, migration and welfare in the European Union, The Policy Press, Bristol. Amit, V 2002 ‘Reconceptualizing community’, Realizing community. Concepts, social relationships and sentiments, ed V Amit, Routledge, London pp. 1-20. Anderson, B

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Tuuli Anna Mähönen, Sirkku Varjonen, Nicholas Prindiville, Linda Arnold and Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti

& K Heikkinen, Joensuu University Press, Joensuu pp. 158-174. Hjelm, T 2011, ‘Discourse Analysis’ in The Routledge Handbook of Methods in the Study of Religion, eds M Stausberg & S Engler, Routledge, London and New York, pp. 134-50. Häikiö, M & Aunesluoma, J 1990, ‘Suomalaiset Neuvostoliitossa. Selvitys Neuvostoliitossa asuvien inkeriläisten ja muiden suomalaisten lukumäärästä ja mahdollisesta muuttohalukkuudesta Suomeen. (Finns in the Soviet Union. Report on the Number and Potential Migration Motivation to Finland of Ingrians and

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Garbi Schmidt

British Pakistani women in transnational marriages’, Jounal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol. 32, pp. 1169-118 . Charsley, K 2007, ‘Risk, trust, gender and transnational cousin marriage among British Pakistanis’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 30, no. 6, pp. 1117-1131 . Charsley, K & Shaw, A 2006, ‘South Asian transnational marriages in comparative perspective’, Global Networks, vol. 6 no. 4, pp. 331-344 . Daugstad, G 2004, Grenseløs kjærlighet? Familieinvandring og ekteskapsmønstre i det

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Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim

References Appadurai, A 1991, ‘Global Ethnoscapes: Notes and Queries for a Transnational Anthropology’, in Recapturing anthropology: working in the present, ed. RG Fox, School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, pp. 191-210. Ballard, R 1990, ‘Migration and kinship: the differential effect of marriage rules on the processes of Punjabi migration to Britain’, in South Asians overseas: migration and ethnicity, eds C Clarke, C Peach & St. Vertovec, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 219

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Henrik Emilsson and Caroline Adolfsson

References Adda, J, Dustmann, C & Gorlach S 2016, The dynamics of return migration, human capital accumulation, and wage assimilation , UCL, London. Adserà, A & Pytliková, M 2015, ‘The role of language in shaping international migration’, The Economic Journal , vol. 125, no. 586, pp. 49-81, DOI:10.1111/ecoj.12231. Andersson, L & Hammarstedt, M 2012, ‘Inkomst-och yrkesposition bland invandrare från de nya EU-länderna’, Ekonomisk Debatt , vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 50-58. Andrijasevic, R & Sacchetto, D 2016, ‘From labour migration to labour

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Pirjo Pöllänen and Olga Davydova-Minguet

, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. Anttonen, A & Sointu, L 2006, Hyvinvointivaltion rajat. Hoivapolitiikka muutoksessa. Julkinen vastuu pienten lasten ja ikääntyneiden hoivasta 12:ssa Euroopan maassa [The borders of welfare state. Care policy in flux. The public responsibility of the child and elderly care in 12 European countries], Stakes, Helsinki. Available from: < http://www.stakes.fi/verkkojulkaisut/raportit/M232-VERKKO.pdf > [Last accessed 14.9.2015]. Bettio, F, Simonazzi, A, Villa, P 2006, ’Change in care regimes and female migration: the ‘care drain’ in

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Erika Anne Hayfield

References Ali, S 2007, “’Go West young man’: The culture of migration among Muslims in Hyderabad, India”, Journal of ethnic and migration studies, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 37-58. Bal, E & Willems, R 2014, “Introduction: Aspiring migrants, local crises and the imagination of futures ‘away from home’, Identities: Global studies in culture and power, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 249-258. Bjarnason, T & T Thorlindsson 2006, “Should I stay or should I go? Migration expectations among youth in Icelandic fishing and farming