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Volume 2, Issue 2 December 2011

Migration and Happiness

Editor: David Bartram, University of Leicester (UK)

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Introduction to the Special Issue ‘Migration and Happiness’ David Bartram 5-8 PDF 
Aspirations and Happiness of Potential Latin American Immigrants Carol Graham & Julie Markowitz 9-25 PDF 
Satisfaction with Life among Adolescents from Returned Portuguese Immigrant Families Félix Neto & Joana Neto 27-46 PDF 
The Multiple Dimensions of Transnationalism: Examining their Relevance to Immigrants’ Subjective Well-Being Elizabeth Vaquera & Elizabeth Aranda 47-72 PDF 
Does Migration Make You Happy? The Influence of Migration on Subjective Well-Being Silvia Maja Melzer 73-92 PDF 
New Governance: Pitfalls of Activation Policies for Young Migrant Dropouts in the Netherlands Debby Gerritsen & Kaj van Zenderen 93-109 PDF 
Social Policy and Governance: Conceptual Reflections on Ageing in England Jason L. Powell & Rebecca Steel 111-119 PDF 
Philip Martin, Importing Poverty? Immigration and the Changing Face of Rural America, Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2009, 242 p. (Book Review) Claudia Paraschivescu 121-122 PDF 
Brigitta Balogh, Sergiu Bălţătescu, Krisztina Bernáth, Éva Biró-Kaszás & Adrian Hatos (eds.) European, National and Regional Identity. Proceedings of the International Conference “European, National and Regional Identity” organized in Oradea, 24-26 March 2011 in the frame of the research project HURO/0801/180 (ENRI), University of Oradea Publishing House, 2011, 859 p. Andrea Petres 123-124 PDF 
Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber (Ed.), The Handbook of Emergent Technologies in Social Research, Oxford University Press, 2011, 688 p. (Book Review) Raluca Buhaş 125-126 PDF 
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