Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration

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Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration Edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Betül Dilara Şeker and Ali Çağlar | Published: 27 August 2015 | 188 pp.
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Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration
Edited by Ibrahim Sirkeci, Betül Dilara Şeker and Ali Çağlar
Published: 27 August 2015

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CONTENT PDF
Introduction – Ali Çağlar, Ibrahim Sirkeci, Betül Dilara Şeker
Chapter 1: Mobilities of Turkish migrants in Europe – Steffen Pötzschke
Chapter 2: Incentive to migrate and to return to home country: A comparison of Turkish, Moroccan and Egyptian cases – Yehudith Kahn and Nir Billfeld
Chapter 3: Turkish refugees and their use of health and social services in London – Nilüfer Korkmaz Yaylagül, Suzan Yazıcı and George Leeson
Chapter 4: A Widening immigrant – native gap. Child income and poverty in Sweden among immigrants from Turkey and the surrounding region – Björn Gustafsson and Torun Österberg
Chapter 5: Alevis’ transnational practices and the consolidation of Alevi identity in the United Kingdom – Ayşegül Akdemir
Chapter 6: Turkish teachers’ views on European identity in Belgium – Ali Faruk Yaylacı
Chapter 7: Turkish women in Alsace: Language maintenance and shift in negotiating integration – Feray J. Baskin
Chapter 8: From retreating to resisting: How Austrian-Turkish women deal with experiences of racism – Katharina Hametner
Chapter 9: Social communication among Turkish immigrants in Belgium – Filiz Göktuna Yaylacı
Chapter 10: Tiryaki Kukla – Smoking cessation and tobacco prevention among migrants from Turkey in Switzerland – Corina Salis Gross, Claudia Arnold and Michael Schaub
Chapter 11: “Rewriting” Turkish-German cinema from the bottom-up: Turkish emigration cinema – Ömer Alkin
Chapter 12: Grounded theory and transnational audience reception – Deniz Özalpman
Chapter 13: Turkish Muslims in a German city: Entrepreneurial and residential self-determination – Sarah Hackett
Chapter 14: An Investigation on the Turkish Religious Foundation of the UK (Diyanet) – Yakup Çoştu and Feyza Ceyhan Çoştu
References PDF

Product Details:

ISBN: 978-1-910781-12-8
Publisher: Transnational Press London
Published: 27 August 2015
Language: English
Pages: 188
Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink: Black & white
Weight (approx.): 0.3 kg
Dimensions (approx.): 15.24cm wide x 22.86cm tall

CREDITS: Cover Photo: Altay Manco
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