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Migration with Families

Children migrating with families refers to children who directly experience mobility, together with their parents.  Most research on migrant families is focused on the family unit or the household. It assumes the adults are the key actors and the children often become invisible due to their assigned status of dependents. The research highlighted within this theme brings to fore the children's perspectives. It highlights children's participation within the migration process of the family. The theme aims to show the active role children can play within the migration process, the community they become part of and the transnational networks they participate in.  

A Profile of the World's Young Developing Country Migrants

Author: D. J. McKenzie

Publication date: October 2006

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This paper aims to explore different patterns of youth migration by using microdata from national censuses and...

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A Schooling Model for Working Children in Mexico

Author: E. Taracena

Publication date: 2003

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Due to copyright law this article can only be accessed via the publisher's website. To access the article, please...

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Adolescents of New York City Immigrant Families

Author: Wen-Jui Han

Publication date: 2008

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Adult Mortality and Children's Transition into Marriage

Author: K. Beegle; S. Krutikova

Publication date: September 2008

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This piece of research focuses on whether marriage patterns among young adults in households affected by adult...

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Asian Transnational Families in New Zealand: Dynamics and Challenges

Author: E. Ho; R. Bedford

Publication date: 2008

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