Global Networks 21 (2021), 3

Title 
Global Networks 21 (2021), 3
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Editor(s)
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
Published on
Oxford 2021: Wiley-Blackwell
Frequency 
four times a year

 

Kontakt

Organization name
Global Networks – A Journal of Transnational Affairs
Country
United Kingdom
c/o
The Editor Global Networks Keble College Oxford OX1 3PG Tel: +44 (0)1865 272713 Fax: +44 (0)1865 274718 email: global.networks@keb.ox.ac.uk
By
Morawski, Paul

Table of contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Issue Information

Issue Information
Pages: 455–457 / First Published: 22 June 2021

Original Articles

Qualitative network analysis for migration studies: Beyond metaphors and epistemological pitfalls
Louise Ryan, Janine Dahinden
Pages: 459–469 / First Published: 24 February 2021

Personal network analysis from an intersectional perspective: How to overcome ethnicity bias in migration research
Başak Bilecen
Pages: 470–486 / First Published: 16 February 2021

The networked refugee: The role of transnational networks in the journeys across the Mediterranean
Alessio D'Angelo
Pages: 487–499 / First Published: 15 February 2021

Understanding the structures of transnational youth im/mobility: A qualitative network analysis
Andreas Herz, Alice Altissimo
Pages: 500–512 / First Published: 15 February 2021

Networking in contexts: qualitative social network analysis' insights into migration processes
Marta Kindler
Pages: 513–528 / First Published: 28 November 2020

How do migrants’ processes of social embedding unfold over time?
Miranda J. Lubbers, José Luis Molina, Christopher Mccarty
Pages: 529–550 / First Published: 25 July 2020

Mixed‐method social network analysis for multi‐sited transnational migration research
Valentina Mazzucato
Pages: 551–566 / First Published: 12 October 2020

Telling network stories: researching migrants' changing social relations in places over time
Louise Ryan
Pages: 567–584 / First Published: 07 July 2020

Transnational mobility networks and academic social capital among early‐career academics: beyond common‐sense assumptions
Martine Schaer, Cédric Jacot, Janine Dahinden
Pages: 585–607 / First Published: 12 October 2020

Beyond structural determinism: advantages and challenges of qualitative social network analysis for studying social capital of migrants
Elena Sommer, Markus Gamper
Pages: 608–625 / First Published: 23 September 2020

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Editors Information
Published on
30.06.2021
Classification
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Language Contribution
Holdings 1470-2266