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International migration in Southeast Asia

International migration in Southeast Asia

Trends, consequences, issues, and policy measures

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Published by Southeast Asian Studies Program, Indonesian Institute of Sciences .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emigration and immigration,
  • Pacific Area,
  • Asia, Southeastern,
  • Migration, Internal,
  • Malaysia,
  • Asia

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9192809M
    ISBN 109799512506
    ISBN 109789799512505


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International migration in Southeast Asia Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a collection of work by migration scholars and researchers who are actively conducting fieldwork in Southeast Asia.

It presents a wide variety of current research and approaches the field of international labor migration from a regional perspective, acknowledging that the migration process goes beyond local and national boundaries and is embedded in regional and global.

This book is a collection of work by migration scholars and researchers who are actively conducting fieldwork in Southeast Asia.

It presents a wide variety of current research and approaches the field of international labor migration from a regional perspective, acknowledging that the migration process goes beyond local and national boundaries and is embedded in regional and global Brand: Springer Singapore.

Population mobility increases with economic development and globalization. The migration of people affects countries in many ways -- socially, economically and politically.

However, there are fundamental tensions in efforts to manage international migration in a globalizing world. On the one hand, business is transnational as it necessitates the unrestricted flow of people internationally.

This study therefore examines international migration in the context of an integrated world economy. Specifically, it looks at the history of migration in modern Southeast Asia; investments, remittances and welfare; the vulnerability of workers; national migration policies; and the problem of irregular migrants.

Get this from a library. International migration in Southeast Asia. [Aris Ananta; Evi Nurvidya Arifin; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.;] -- This study examines international migration in the context of an integrated world economy.

Specifically, it looks at the history of migration in modern Southeast Asia; investments, remittances and. This book is a collection of work by migration scholars and researchers who are actively conducting fieldwork in Southeast Asia.

It presents a wide variety of current research and approaches the. BOOK REVIEW International Migration in Southeast Asia Ananta, Aris & Arifin, Evi Nurvidya (Eds.) () Singapore: ISEAS (ISBN ) International migration in Southeast Asia bringing.

Abstract: Reviews migration patterns and trends of the ten Southeast Asian countries that make up the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), emphasizing that migration in ASEAN has become a growing factor in the movement of people globally and in East Asia and Pacific (EAP).

International Migration in Southeast Asia: Continuities and Discontinuities (Asia in Transition Book 2) (English Edition) eBook: Lian, Kwen Fee, Rahman, Md Mizanur, Alas, Format: Kindle. International Migration in Southeast Asia [Ananta, International migration in Southeast Asia book, Arifin, Evi Nurvidya] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

International Migration in Southeast Asia. "This much needed book will help to expand the literature available on the very significant topic of international migration in the Southeast Asian region.

The books takes a holistic view by looking at the topic from a range of perspectives -- historical, economic, social and political.

Get this from a library. International migration in Southeast Asia. [Aris Ananta; Evi Nurvidya Arifin; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,;] -- Population mobility increases with economic development and globalization. The migration of people affects countries in many ways -- socially, economically and politically.

However, there are. Migration policy is a matter of great significance in modern Asia due to the migration and displacement of large numbers of people, made necessary by International migration in Southeast Asia book deprivation, political turmoil and violence, from various Asian countries.

Studies on migration policies of Asian countries have recently emerged. Southeast Asia, and Australia Publications Migration and Integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia: A Comparative Perspective brings together a group of scholars from a wide range of disciplines to address crucial questions of migration flows and integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia.

Comparative analysis. In the massive expansion of international migration in Southeast Asia over the last two decades a striking feature has been the feminisation of that movement. In several countries of origin of international migrants, females are a major element in the movement, if not the majority of out-migrants.

– Consular practices in Southeast Asia – International Law and legal implications – Relevant policy-making implications of IR – Configuration of IR Academia in Southeast Asia – Structural issues and gatekeeping in the discipline. Thematic Issues and Trends – Religion and IR – Maritime piracy – Democratization – Migration and IR.

Migration in Southeast Asia Lorraine Elliott Chapter 2 Contextualising Climate as a Cause 13 of Migration in Southeast Asia J.

Jackson Ewing Chapter 3 Governing International Climate 28 Change-Induced Migration Benoît Mayer Chapter 4 Climate Change and Migration 45 Some Lessons from Existing Knowledge of Migration in Southeast Asia Graeme Hugo.

Migration and Integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia Book Description: This volume brings together a group of scholars from a wide range of disciplines to address crucial questions of migration flows and integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia.

Building on the research report “Supporting Brighter Futures: Young Women and Girls and Labour Migration in South-East Asia and the Pacific” published by IOM inthe paper offers speculative reflections on some policy implications that the shifts induced by the COVID pandemic may have had on the overarching and interrelated economic.

This book will enlarge our grasp of global migration phenomena, offering insights into the fascinating, at times startling, realities of human migration in Asia. The chapters presented in this volume offer variety in not only theme but in approach to migration in Southeast and East Asia.

International migration from Asia grew dramatically in the s and s. Since the s, migration within Asia has risen. Stephen Castles of the University of Oxford and Mark Miller of the University of Delaware examine regional trends in this article based on their book Age of Migration.

This volume brings together a group of scholars from a wide range of disciplines to address crucial questions of migration flows and integration in Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia. Comparative analysis of the three regions and their differing approaches and outcomes yields important insights for each region, as well as provokes new questions and suggests future avenues of study.

Supporting Brighter Futures: Young Women and Girls and Labour Migration in South-East Asia and the Pacific explores and critically examines the existing evidence base on key aspects of the topic so as to inform potential policy and programmatic responses designed to enhance labour migration impacts for young women and girls in South-East Asia and the Pacific.

Internal and international migration in Southeast Asia By Guntur Sugiyarto The Southeast Asia region2 consists of 10 countries: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Policy brief series outlining international standards, regional trends and good practices on migration and key issues including: children, domestic work, work in fishing, HIV and AIDS, irregular status and deportation, pregnancy and sexual and reproductive health, and trade unions.

The Asian Migration cluster maintains research interest in a broad range of human migrations, mobilities and interconnectivities within and beyond Asia. Innovative methodologies suited to migration research including multi-sited ethnography, life-course approaches, visual methods, and digital studies are particularly welcome.

Ma Mung, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, The international migration of ethnic Chinese started to be numerically significant more than a century ago.

It continued into contemporary times, mainly from continental China, but also from numerous countries in Southeast Asia where the first migrants settled. ‎Focusing on the issues associated with migrating for work both in and from the Asian region, this book sheds light on the debate over migration and trafficking.

With contributions from an international team of well-known scholars, the book sets labour migration firmly within the context of. Book Description. While the focus on national governments as the main providers of different forms of transnational governance in Southeast Asia is entirely understandable, such a focus can significantly underestimate the roles played by non-state actors.

International Migration in Southeast Asia (review) International Migration in Southeast Asia (review) Mujahid, Ghazi. Population Review Vol Number 1, Type: Book Review pp. International Migration in Southeast Asia Edited by: Aris Ananta and Evi Nurvidya Arifin Publisher: ISEAS, Singapore, ISBN: (soft cover); Author: Mujahid, Ghazi.

The topics explored in this well- presented and engaging book cover geographic areas of China, Northeast Asia, Central Asia, the Russian Far East, Southeast Asia, and the Hong Kong SAR, and includes research on: human trafficking and people smuggling financing illegal migration and links to transnational organized crime.

Managing labour migration in Southeast Asia Managing labour migration in Southeast Asia. This article is based on a lecture at ILO Bangkok on 24 March on the book Managing Labour Migration in the Twenty-First Century.

His two most recent books are Multiculturalism, migration, and the politics of identity in Singapore and International migration in Southeast Asia (eds). Naomi Hosoda is an assistant professor at the Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan.

Her main research interest is anthropological studies on Filipino. This book examines Southeast Asia's rejection of international refugee law through extensive archival analysis and argues that this rejection was shaped by the regions response to its largest refugee crisis in the post era: the Indochinese refugee crisis from   The movement of Chinese people to parts of Southeast Asia has helped to facilitate this transference of culture and develop a notion of shared history between these two regions.

The first wave of Chinese emigration took place between the 10th and 15th century where many settled in modern day Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia (Java and Sumatera) and.

Migration and Trade: The Role of Overseas Chinese in Economic Relations between China and Southeast Asia / International Journal of China Studies. 1, # 1, JanuaryP. –   About this book Incorporating research findings over the last twenty years, First Islanders examines the human prehistory of Island Southeast Asia.

This fascinating story is explored from a broad swathe of multidisciplinary perspectives and pays close attention to migration in the period dating from million years ago to the development of.

This report dispels the perception that flows between Australia and the ASEAN region are headed in one direction: to Australia. Using unpublished administrative data, the authors sketch a complex picture of skilled Australian emigration to ASEAN, significant temporary movements of skilled workers in both directions, and close connections between the two regions even after migrants permanently.

Book Description. This textbook describes and explains the complex reality of contemporary internal and international migrations in East Asia. Taking an interdisciplinary approach; Tony Fielding combines theoretical debate and detailed empirical analysis to provide students with an understanding of the causes and consequences of the many types of contemporary migration flows in the region.

I am an anthropologist of ethnic Chinese communities in Southeast Asia, particularly in Indonesia. I am also an analyst of Asian transnational migration patterns and China's soft-power efforts in Asia Pacific. I teach as an Assistant Professor of Humanities (Education) at the School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University, where I am also the Coordinator.

KEYWORDS: governance, labor migration, international organizations, Southeast Asia. INTRAREGIONAL LABOR MIGRATION IS ONE OF MORE "REMARKABLE DIMENsions" of the transformation of East Asia and Southeast Asia in the past three decades, mainly resulting from an imbalance in the growth of economies in the region.

On average, more than 90% of Southeast Asian Americans who received green cards in did so because of family-based immigration, with more t families benefiting from extended family visa sponsorship of siblings, parents, and adult children in