The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

Online ISBN: 9781444351071

DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071

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  1. Day laborers in the United States
  2. Demographic deficit and migration
  3. Demographic transformation of populations
  4. Demographics and migration: an overview
  5. Denmark, migration 16th century to present
  6. Dependency theory
  7. Deportation of migrants, Netherlands 19th–20th century
  8. Deportation: an overview
  9. Development and receiving countries
  10. Development and underdevelopment
  11. Development partnership, diaspora and subnational development institutions
  12. Diasporas and colonization in Classical Antiquity
  13. Diasporas: diversity and entrepreneurship
  14. Diasporas: historical and conceptual analysis
  15. Disasters and migration
  16. Discrimination and migration: national and ethnic origin
  17. Discrimination and migration: race
  18. Displaced persons
  19. Diversity and mobility, theoretical perspectives
  20. Doctors and migration
  21. Domestic violence, abuse, and migration
  22. Domestic workers and migration
  23. DREAM Act, citizenship, and mobilization
  24. Dual citizenship and nationality
  25. Dublin system
  26. Dutch colonization and settlement
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