By Maurice Schiff,Çaglar Özden
By Maurice Schiff,Çaglar Özden
By Sophie Hohmann,Claire Mouradian,Silvia Serrano,Julien Thorez
By Paul Tiedemann
Das Buch vermittelt sowohl die gesetzlichen und rechtsdogmatischen Grundlagen des Flüchtlingsrechts als auch die Geschichte des Asylrechts, ferner stellt es Ansätze für eine philosophische Reflexion des Migrations- und Flüchtlingsrechts unter menschenrechtlichen Aspekten vor. Ausführungen zu Techniken der Sachverhaltsermittlung und der Erstellung von flüchtlingsrechtlichen Gutachten runden die Darstellung ab.
By A. James Hammerton
First released in 1979. This e-book examines the distressed gentlewoman stereotype, essentially via a examine of the event of emigration between unmarried middle-class ladies among 1830 and 1914. established mostly on a examine of presidency and philanthropic emigration initiatives, it argues that similar to the downtrodden resident governess does insufficient justice to Victorian middle-class women’s responses to the event of monetary and social decline and to inadequate lady employment possibilities. This identify may be of curiosity to scholars of history.
By Louisa Buckingham
This assortment examines the city multilingual realities of population of the Arabian Peninsula within the early twenty first century from the views of rookies, lecturers and researchers. targeting either private and non-private spheres, it considers the significance of either English and immigrants’ languages in a context of quick socioeconomic improvement. Extending past English–Arabic societal bilingualism, the language practices of the Peninsula’s electorate and citizens serve a number of reasons of their day-by-day lived realities. Chapters on domestic and historical past languages, identification, ELT, advertisement signage and educational publishing give a contribution to a deepening knowing of the inherent linguistic variety in those dynamic societies.
By Howard J. Wiarda
By Pamela Feldman-Savelsberg
Feldman-Savelsberg introduces readers to numerous Cameroonian moms, every one together with her personal certain background, matters, and voice. via scenes in their lives—at a native land association’s year-end celebration, a party for a brand new child, a trip to the Foreigners’ place of work, and lots of others—as good because the tales they inform each other, Feldman-Savelsberg enlivens our puzzling over migrants’ lives and the networks and repertoires that they draw directly to locate balance and, finally, belonging. putting women’s person voices inside overseas social contexts, this ebook unveils new, intimate hyperlinks among the geographical and the generational as they intersect within the desires, frustrations, uncertainties, and unravel of sturdy girls preserving households jointly throughout continents.
By Andreas Grimmel,Susanne My Giang
By Beverly C. Tomek
Pennsylvania contained the most important focus of early America's abolitionist leaders and organisations, making it an important and illustrative level from which to appreciate how nationwide conversations in regards to the position of loose blacks in early the United States originated and advanced, and, importantly, the function that colonization--supporting the emigration of unfastened and emancipated blacks to Africa--played in nationwide and foreign antislavery hobbies. Beverly C. Tomek's meticulous exploration of the information of the yankee Colonization Society, Pennsylvania's abolitionist societies, and colonizationist leaders (both black and white) allows her to boldly and innovatively exhibit that, in Philadelphia at the very least, the yankee Colonization Society frequently labored heavily with different antislavery teams to extra the pursuits of the abolitionist movement.
In Colonization and Its Discontents, Tomek brings a much-needed exam of the complexity of the colonization move by means of describing extensive the variation among those that supported colonization for political and social purposes and those that supported it for non secular and humanitarian purposes. ultimately, she places the black viewpoint on emigration into the wider photograph rather than treating black nationalism as an remoted phenomenon and examines its position in influencing the black abolitionist agenda.
By Toyin Falola,Cacee Hoyer
"Black," "African," "African descendant" and "of African heritage," are only many of the methods Africans and Africans within the diaspora (both previous and new) describe themselves. This quantity examines thoughts of race, ethnicity, and identification as they're ascribed to humans of color world wide, analyzing assorted case experiences of ways the method of identification formation happened and is altering.
Contributors to this quantity, chosen from a variety of educational and cultural backgrounds, discover concerns that motivate a deeper realizing of race, ethnicity and identification. As our notions approximately what it capability to be black or of African background swap due to globalization, it is very important re-examine how those matters are presently constructing, and the origins from which those concerns developed.
Global Africans is a vital and insightful booklet, worthwhile to quite a lot of scholars and students, rather of African reports, sociology, diaspora reports, and race and ethnic studies.