- Brettell, C. & Hollifield, J. (2015) (eds.) Migration Theory: Talking across disciplines, Third Edition. London: Routledge.
- Moses, J. (2006) International Migration: Globalization’s last frontier. London: Zed Books.
- Oishi, N. (2005). Women in Motion. Globalization, State Policies, and Labor Migration in Asia. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
- Ryndyk, O., Suter, B, and Odden, G. (2021) Migration to and from Welfare States. Lived Experiences of the Welfare-Migration Nexus in a Globalised World. IMISCOE Springer Series: Amsterdam
- Samers, M. & Collyer, M. (2017) Migration. Second edition. London: Routledge.
- Further articles will be introduced during the course.
International Migration, Inclusion, and Exclusion
About the course
This course is offered as part of a programme:
International Migration and Ethnic Relations, Master's Programme (Two-Year) International Migration and Ethnic Relations, Master's Programme (Two-Year) International Migration and Ethnic Relations, Master's Programme (One-Year) International Migration and Ethnic Relations, Master's Programme (One-Year)
Bachelor’s degree in social sciences or humanities + the equivalent of English course B.
All students are offered an opportunity to give oral or written feedback at the end of the course. A summary of the results will be made available. The students are also given a possibility to offer feedback through the course council.
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