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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 104, Number 2, 4 March 2014

Migration: An Introduction
pp. 223-224(2)
Author: Wright, Richard A.

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Being CBC: The Ambivalent Identities and Belonging of Canadian-Born Children of Immigrants
pp. 234-242(9)
Authors: Kobayashi, Audrey; Preston, Valerie

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Diasporic Families: Cultures of Relatedness in Migration
pp. 243-252(10)
Author: Long, Joanna C.

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Environmental Hazards as Disamenities: Selective Migration and Income Change in the United States from 2000–2010
pp. 280-291(12)
Authors: Shumway, J. Matthew; Otterstrom, Samuel; Glavac, Sonya

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Migration Amidst Climate Rigidity Traps: Resource Politics and Social–Ecological Possibilism in Honduras and Peru
pp. 292-304(13)
Authors: Wrathall, David J.; Bury, Jeffrey; Carey, Mark; Mark, Bryan; McKenzie, Jeff; Young, Kenneth; Baraer, Michel; French, Adam; Rampini, Costanza

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The Amenity Principle, Internal Migration, and Rural Development in Australia
pp. 305-318(14)
Authors: Argent, Neil; Tonts, Matthew; Jones, Roy; Holmes, John

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Spaces of Immigrant Advocacy and Liberal Democratic Citizenship
pp. 348-356(9)
Authors: Leitner, Helga; Strunk, Christopher

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On Distance and the Spatial Dimension in the Definition of Internal Migration
pp. 357-372(16)
Authors: Niedomysl, Thomas; Fransson, Urban

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