Books, Periodicals, Pamphlets, Statistics

DOIhttp://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2435.1983.tb00985.x
Published date01 October 1983
Date01 October 1983
Books,
Periodicals, Pamphlets, Statistics
GENERAL
Bogue, D., Hinze, K., and White, M.,
Techni-
ques
of
Estimating Net Migration.
Community
and Family Study Center,University of Chicago,
Chicago, 1982, 112 p.
Intergovernmental Committee for Migration
(ICM),
Cultural Identity
of
Young Migrants and
Reintegration Services Rendered to Migrants Re-
turning to their Country
of
Origin.
Tripartite
Technical Seminar on Second-Generation Mi-
grants, 2ndGranada, 1982.
ILO,
Geneva 1982,6
P.
Morokvasic, M., ‘Why do Women Migrate?
Towards an Understanding of the Sex-Selectiv-
ity in the Migratory Movementsoflabour’,
Stu-
di Emigrazione,
Rome, June 1983,year 20 11.70,
pp. 132-141. Bibliography.
Mufioz,
L.,
‘Inmigracion
y
salud mental: revi-
si6n de la literatura’, Van Roy, R.,
Migraciones
Internacionales en las Americas,
2, Centro de
Estudios de Pastoral
y
Asistencia Migratoria,
Caracas, 1983, pp. 135- 149. Bibliografia.
Papademetriou, D., and Hopple, G., ‘Causal
Modeling in International Migration Research
:
a Methodological Prolegomcnon’,
Quality and
Quantity,
Amsterdam, October 1982,
vol.
16,
n.5, pp. 369-402.
Reubens, E., ‘International Migration Models
and Policies’,
American Economic Review,
Nashville, May 1983, vo1.73, n.2, pp. 178-182.
International migration models and policies
are examined from an economist’s perspec-
tive.
Taboada-Leonetti,
I.,
‘Le r6le des fernmes mi-
grantes dans
le
maintien
ou
la destructuration
des cultures nationales du groupe migrant’,
Studi
Emigrazione,
Rome, June 1983, annee 20, 11.70,
pp. 214-221.
United Nations. Department of International
Economic and Social Affairs. ‘International
Mi-
gration Policies and Programmes:
A
World
Sur-
vey’
Population Studies,
n.80, New
York,
1982, 11
1
p. References. Doc. UN-ST/ESA/SER.A/IO.
Separate chapters are included
on
permanent
immigration and emigration, labour migration
to the developed countries
of
Western Europe,
labour migration in developing countries, with
emphasis
on
the Middle East, irregular migra-
tion, and refugees.
United Nations, Department
of
International
Economic and Social Affairs, Centre for Social
Development and Humanitarian Affairs,
Mi-
grant Workers, Pertinent Legislative and Ad-
ministrative Regulations
on
the Welfare
of
Mi-
grant
Workers
and their Families.
New York,
1983, Sop. Notes. Doc. ST/ESA/132.
The main subjects the study deals with are
the following:
-
Conditions for the Reunion
of
Families;
-
Social Services in the Country of Employ-
ment;
-
Social Services
in
the Country of Origin.
AFRICA
Briani,
V.,
Italiani in Egitto. lstituto Poligrajico
e Zecca dell0 Stato,
Rome, 1982, 180 p.
Gallistel Colvin,
L.
et al.,
The Uprooted
of
the
Western Sahel: Migrants’ Questfor Cash in the
Senegambia.
Praeger, New
York,
1981, 386 p.
Mobarak, M., ‘The Permanent Emigration
Movement to the Major Emigrant-Pulling
Countries (USA, Canada, Australia)’,
Popula-
tion Studies,
Cairo, 11.63, October-December
1982. In Arabic.
The first part of this study explains the quan-
tative development and qualitative categonza-
tion
of
the movements, examines the motives
that cause an Egyptian to emigrate, and the rea-
sons
why an Egyptian sent abroad temporarily
chooses not to return to his native country.
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