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Book Reviews


  • Natalia Zotova

    () (Ohio State University, United States)

  • Fethiye Tilbe

    (Namik Kemal University, Turkey)

  • Mansi Thakker

    (Regent's University London, United Kingdom)

  • Olga R. Gulina

    (RUSSPI, Russian Federation)

  • Samantha Knapton

    (Newcastle University, United Kingdom)


Kibria, N.; Bowman, C., and O"Leary, M. (2014). Race and Immigration. Cambridge: Polity Press. 297 pages. (ISBN: 9780745647913) Vollmer, B. A. (2014) Policy Discourses on Irregular Migration in Germany and the United Kingdom. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 297 pages. (ISBN: 9781137307552) Biradavolu, M. R. (2008) Indian Entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, the Making of a Transnational Techno-Capitalist Class. Cambria Press, 237p. (ISBN: 9781604795277) Sirkeci, I., Elcin, D., Seker, G. (ed.) (2015) Politics and Law in Turkish Migration. London, UK: Transnational Press London, 190p. (ISBN: 978-1-910781-00-5) Hackett, S. (2013) Foreigners, Minorities and Integration: The Muslim Immigrant Experience in Britain and Germany. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 277 pages. (ISBN 978-0-7190-8317-4)

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  • Natalia Zotova & Fethiye Tilbe & Mansi Thakker & Olga R. Gulina & Samantha Knapton, 2015. "Book Reviews," Migration Letters, Transnational Press London, UK, vol. 12(3), pages 346-352, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:mig:journl:v:12:y:2015:i:3:p:346-352

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