Global Networks 19 (2019), 2

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Global Networks 19 (2019), 2.


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Editor Dr Alisdair Rogers School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford Co-Editors Professor Steve Vertovec Centre for Migration Policy and Society, Oxford Professor Robin Cohen Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation, University of Warwick Regional Editors North America and the Caribbean Editor Professor Nancy Foner, Hunter College and Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA Latin American Editor Professor Luis Eduardo Guarnizo, Department of Human and Community Development, University of California Davis, California, USA Asia Editor Dr Henry Wai-chung Yeung, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore, Sinapore Africa Editor Jimi O. Adesina, Department of Sociology, Rhodes University, Republic of South Africa Europe Editor Dr. Marco Martiniello, University of Liège, Faculté de Droit - Science Politique, Liège, Belgium
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2
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Oxford 2019: Wiley-Blackwell

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Pages: 137–138 / First Published: 05 March 2019

Original Articles

Moving for a ‘better welfare’? The case of transnational Sudanese families
ESTER SERRA MINGOT, VALENTINA MAZZUCATOP
ages: 139–157 / First Published: 21 December 2018

Ethno‐sectarianism in Iraq, diaspora positionality and political transnationalism
OULA KADHUM
Pages: 158–178 / First Published: 12 December 2018

Why are migrant campaigns different from homeland campaigns? Understanding belonging in context among UK‐Sudanese activists
CATHY WILCOCK
Pages: 179–196 / First Published: 14 November 2018

The daughter‐in‐law questions remittances: changes in the gender of remittances among Indian migrants to Australia
SUPRIYA SINGH
Pages: 197–217 / First Published: 07 September 2018

Diaspora mobilization and the politics of loyalty in the time of Ebola: evidence from the Sierra Leonean diaspora in the UK
DAVID RUBYAN‐LING
Pages: 218–237 / First Published: 13 September 2018

Transnational migrant entrepreneurship, gender and family business
NATALIA VERSHININA, PETER RODGERS, MAURA MCADAM, ERIC CLINTON
Pages: 238–260 / First Published: 21 January 2019

Is the locus of class development of the transnational capitalist class situated within nation‐states or in the emergent transnational space?
CARLOS GONZÁLEZ
Pages: 261–279 / First Published: 19 November 2018

Citation
Global Networks 19 (2019), 2. in: H-Soz-Kult, 13.03.2019, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-11633>.
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13.03.2019
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