Handbook of Return Migration
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This authoritative Handbook provides an interdisciplinary appraisal of the field of return migration, advancing concepts and theories and setting an agenda for new debates.
Structured into four parts, the Handbook maps the contemporary field of return migration, examining the effects and politicisation of return migration, before moving on to explore the theme of reintegration and the impact of return migration on development in the migrants? countries of origin. Taking an intersectional approach, expert contributors delve into the economics of return migration, deportation, the psychological wellbeing of migrants, student mobility and second-generation ?return? migration. The Handbook opens up new avenues for research, including new theories and conceptualisations of return migration, and articulates key issues that should be considered, both for research and for policy and practice.
This Handbook will be a valuable resource for scholars and advanced students interested in migration and human rights. Its use of empirical examples and case studies will also be beneficial for policy-makers seeking an insight into the current issues in return migration.
?Russell King and Katie Kuschminder have brought together a multidisciplinary team to cover return migration from multiple conceptual, theoretical, empirical and political angles. The volume focuses on the intersection of these approaches to provide a general but also detailed survey of the field. Given the multidisciplinary nature of this collection, this volume will be useful across the field of migration studies as well as within the specific discipline approach of each individual chapter. In particular, scholars and practitioners working in the area of migration and ethics, especially human rights, should find this collection valuable.?
1 Introduction: definitions, typologies and theories of return migration 1
Russell King and Katie Kuschminder
PART I THEORISING AND CONCEPTUALISING RETURN MIGRATION
2 The economics of return migration 24
3 Return and transnationalism 38
4 Gendering return migration 53
Russell King and Aija Lulle
5 Theorising voluntariness in return 70
Marta Bivand Erdal and Ceri Oeppen
6 Departheid: re
-politicising the inhumane treatment of illegalised
migrants in so
-called liberal democratic states 84
7 Return visits and other return mobilities 96
Md Farid Miah
PART II THE POLITICISATION OF RETURN MIGRATION
8 Critical reflections on assisted return programmes and practices 108
9 The contours of deportation studies 122
10 The Return Directive: clarifying the scope and substance of the rights of
migrants facing expulsion from the EU 137
11 The return industry: the case of the Netherlands 153
Marieke van Houte
12 The legitimisation of the policy objective of sustainable reintegration 167
Rossella Marino and Ine Lietaert
13 Corruption and return migration 185
PART III EXPERIENCES OF RETURN AND REINTEGRATION
14 Reintegration strategies 200
15 Labour migrants and the retirement?return nexus 212
16 Return migration and psychosocial wellbeing 226
17 The return migration of children: (re)integration is not always plain sailing 241
18 Student mobility: between returning home and remaining abroad 255
19 Returning lifestyle migrants 270
20 Revisiting second
-generation ?return? migration to the ancestral homeland 283
21 Return migration experiences: the case of Central and Eastern Europe 299
PART IV RETURN MIGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT
22 Exploring the return migration and development nexus 314
23 Diaspora return and knowledge transfer 331
24 Return migration, entrepreneurship and development 344