Browse Dept. of Sociology by Subject "Migration"
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(2015-01-21)The popularity and globalization of sport has led to an ever-increasing black athletic labor migration from the global South to, primarily, the U.S. and Western European countries. While the hegemonic ideology surrounding ...
(2017-04-21)Mexican migrants in the U.S. are one of the largest diasporas of the modern era and an important case study for transnationalism and development. Collective remittances are remittances that emigrants pool towards developmental ...
(2017-12-04)This dissertation analyzes how the implementation of the European Union Waste Directives is shaping gender and ethnic relationships in the region of Campania, Italy, an area with an extensive history of illegal dumping and ...