The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

Online ISBN: 9781444351071

DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071

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  1. Fair trade and migration
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    Family migration
  3. Famine and migration
  4. Farm laborers, United States and Canada
  5. Farming, corporate control, cash crops, and migration
  6. Feminism and migration
  7. Film and migration, Africa
  8. Film and migration, Australasia
  9. Film and migration, East Asia
  10. Film and migration, Europe
  11. Film and migration, Latin America
  12. Film and migration, New Europe
  13. Film and migration, North America and Caribbean
  14. Film and migration, South Asia
  15. Film and migration: excavating history and memory
  16. Film and migration: globalization of national cinema
  17. Film and migration: narrative, genre, spectatorship
  18. Film and migration: the problem of trauma
  19. Film festivals and migration
  20. Film, national cinema, and migration
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    Forced migration
  22. Foreign nationals and expatriate residents
  23. 4 Early Old World migrations of Homo sapiens: human biology
  24. 14 Sub-Saharan Africa: human genetics
  25. France: immigration since 1945
  26. France: political economy of labor migration, early 21st century
  27. Freedom of movement
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