- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2021
- Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- Erlinghagen, Marcel (ed.), Witte, Nils (ed.), Schneider, Norbert F. (ed.), Ette, Andreas (ed.)
- 22 Illustrations, black and white; XIII, 324 p. 22 illus.
- 234 x 156 x 18 mm
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- 477 g
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The Global Lives of German Migrants
Consequences of International Migration Across the Life Course639
Based on the German case, this open access book highlights the increasing flows of migration and the internationalisation of individual life courses. It analyses the experiences of migration across four central domains - employment and income, partners and families, health and wellbeing, as well as friends and social participation - which potentially have far-reaching consequences for social inequalities and life chances. The book showcases results from an innovative probability sample that is representative of German emigrants who recently moved abroad and remigrants who recently returned from abroad and compares their international experiences with the sedentary population in Germany. Stays abroad, whether temporary or permanently, have become the new normal for increasing numbers of people from highly developed welfare states. Unnoticed from mainstream migration studies, these countries are today not only major immigration countries but also important sources of international mobility. By providing an empirically founded prism of the global lives of German migrants, this book is a valuable resource for students and researchers of migration, social inequality, and the life course and provides practitioners with insights into these regularly overlooked aspects of international migration.
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Marcel Erlinghagen is Professor of Sociology at the Institute for Sociology, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. He is also Research Fellow of the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) in Berlin, Germany. In the past, he received research grants from the German Research Foundation (DFG), the Fritz-Thyssen-Foundation as well as from different government departments in Germany. In his research, he focuses on questions of migration and integration as well as on questions regarding labour market mobility, job security, and volunteering. His research has been published in leading international journals such as European Sociological Review, Journal of European Social Policy, Population Space and Place, Social Indicators Research, European Societies, and Journal of Social Policy. Andreas Ette is Head of the Research Group International Migration at the Federal Institute for Population Research in Wiesbaden, Germany. He was PhD Fellow at the Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology (BGHS) and guest researcher at the European University Institute. His research interests include the sociology and the politics of international migration in Europe. A particular interest in his recent research is directed towards the consequences of international migration for the individual life course as well as the responses of public administrations towards migration and diversity. His work has been published in the Journal of International Migration and Integration and the Educational Research Review. Norbert F. Schneider is Director of the Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany. Previously, he was professor of sociology at the Johannes-Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany and co-director of the State Institute for Family Research at the University of Bamberg, Germany. He teaches as a guest professor and honorary professor at the Universities of Vienna, Frankfurt, and Mainz. He is author and editor of various academic journals and book series and fulfils functions in national and international academic associations. Nils Witte is Research Fellow at the Federal institute for Population Research, Germany. Previously, he was postdoctoral researcher in a DFG-funded project dealing with occupational closure and wage inequality at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. He obtained his PhD from the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences and was DAAD-funded guest researcher at the European University Institute. His research interests include international migration, social closure, labour market outcomes, and empirical research methods. His work has been published in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies and European Sociological Review.
Part I: Introduction 1 Between origin and destination: German emigrants and the individual consequences of their global lives Marcel Erlinghagen, Jean P. Decieux, Andreas Ette, Norbert F. Schneider and Nils Witte 2 Surveying across borders: The experiences of the German Emigration and Remigration Panel Study Andreas Ette, Jean P. Decieux, Marcel Erlinghagen, Jean Guedes Auditor, Norbert F. Schneider and Nils Witte Part II: Who are the German international migrants? 3 The demographics of German emigration: Historical developments, geographical contexts and social structures of emigrants, remigrants, internal migrants and non-migrants Marcel Erlinghagen, Andreas Ette, and Jean Guedes Auditor 4 Why are they moving? Motives of migration through the life course Nikola Sander 5 The formation of a transnational class? Previous migration experiences, migration intentions and social status Andreas Ette, Lenore Sauer and Margit Fauser 6 Are they the adventurers? Comparing the personality structure of international migrants and non-migrants Jean P. Decieux, Marcel Erlinghagen, Christiane Lubke and Gert G. Wagner Part III: Employment and Income 7 Brain drain or brain circulation? The labor market integration of German emigrants and German remigrants Andreas Ette and Nils Witte 8 Affluent lives beyond the border? Individual career consequences of migration Nils Witte and Jean Guedes Auditor 9 Reproduction of social inequalities? Social selectivity of emigration and its consequences for intergenerational mobility Nils Witte, Andreas Ette and Reinhard Pollak Part IV: Partner and Family 10 To follow or not to follow? The International Migration of Couples: Timing - Motives - Outcomes Marcel Erlinghagen 11 Disruption of family lives? International migration, family formation, and breakup Helen Baykara-Krumme, Marcel Erlinghagen and Lisa Mansfeld 12 Out of sight, out of mind? Emigrants' contact to friends and family members in Germany Lisa Mansfeld Part V: Health and Wellbeing 13 Happy migrants? Consequences of migration for different dimensions of life satisfaction Jean Guedes Auditor and Nikola Sander 14 Healthy Migrants, stressed Mobiles? Consequences of different forms of migration for physical and mental health status Andreas Ette, Heiko Ruger and Nico Stawarz Part VI: Friends and Social Participation 15 How strong are the ties of friendship? The consequences of international migration for friendship structures Jean P. Decieux and Luisa Moerchen 16 Mono-, bi- or transcultural? Reflection of identity constructions of international migrants Jean P. Decieux and Elke Murdock Part VII: Methodology 17 Surveying emigrants from highly developed countries: Experiments with different survey modes and incentive strategies Andreas Ette, Nils Witte, Jean Guedes Auditor, Jean P. Decieux, Frederik Knirsch and Stefan Zins 18 Is there more than the answer to the question? The potentials of paradata analysis in GERPS Jean P. Decieux Part VIII: Conclusion and new research agenda Andreas Ette, Jean P. Decieux, Marcel Erlinghagen, Norbert F. Schneider and Nils Witte