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International Labour Migration. A Present-Day Phenomenon Using the Example of Slovakia

: Ľudská tvár globalizácie, 2009. p. 7, the summary in the original work - International Migration: The human face of globalisation. Paríž: OECD, 2009. 174 p. KOTVANOVÁ, A.- SZÉP, A. Migrácia a Rómovia. Historické, sociálne a politické súvislosti. Bratislava: Slovenský inštitút medzinárodných štúdií, 2002. 100 p. MIHÁLY, G. - DIVINSKÝ, B. Nové trendy a prognóza pracovnej migrácie v Slovenskej republike do roku 2020 s výhľadom do roku 2050. Bratislava: TREXIMA, 2011. 101 p. ŠIŠKOVÁ, T. Menšiny a migranti v Českej republice

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Additions to the Migration of Szekler Youth—an Overview of Statistical Data and Existing Literature

–135. Somorja. ( ; last visit on: March 9, 2017). Bodó, Julianna. 2009b. A vendégmunka-típusú migráció magatartásmintái a székelyföldi térségben. FÓRUM Társadalomtudományi Szemle 2009 (2): 41–58. Somorja. ( ; last visit on: March 9, 2017). Horváth, István. 2007. Focus Migration. Country Profile: Romania. Hamburg Institute of International Economics 2007(9): 1–10. (

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Explaining Turnout Decline in Post-Communist Countries: The Impact of Migration

., Engbersen, G., Okólski, M., & Panţîru, C. (2010a). A continent moving west? EU enlargement and labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe . Amsterdam; Manchester: Amsterdam University Press; Manchester University Press. Black, R., Engbersen, G., Okólski, M., & Panţîru, C. (2010b). Introduction: Working out a way from East to West: EU enlargement and labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe. In R. Black, G. Engbersen, M. Okólski & C. Panţîru (Eds.), A continent moving west? EU enlargement and labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe

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Stimulating Flexible Citizenship: The Impact of Dutch and Indian Migration Policies on the Lives of Highly Skilled Indian Migrants in the Netherlands

like Vinod and Neha come to the Netherlands, which unlike the USA, Canada or Australia is not a likely migration country for highly skilled Indians? Why do some eventually choose to become naturalized? What are the consequences of such a decision for citizenship practices? What is the meaning of citizenship to these migrants and how does it relate to their identity as Indians and their attachment to India? This paper draws on the transnational approach to migration studies, which understands transnational migration as a process that “takes place within fluid social

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Labour Relations and Labour Structures in Mediterranean Capitalism. Caporalato and Romanian Migration in the Southern Italian Agriculture

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Foggy Diaspora: Romanian Women in Eastern Serbia

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The Flying Dutch Job. Jobs that Migrate from the Netherlands to Romania

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Family Practices Across Generations and National Borders

REFERENCES Agresti, A. (2002). Categorical data analysis. Second Edition. New York: Wiley. Baldassar, L. (2001). Visits Home: migration experiences between Italy and Australia . Australia: Melbourne University Press. Baldassar, L. (2008). Missing Kin and Longing to be Together: Emotions and the Construction of Co-presence in Transnational Relationships. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 29(3): 247-266. Baldassar, L. (2011). Italian Migrants in Australia and their Relationship to Italy: Return Visits, Transnational Caregiving and the

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The Ambivalent Autonomy of Mobile “Pocăiți” between Vicovu de Sus, Romania and Turin, Italy after 1989

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