The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

Online ISBN: 9781444351071

DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071

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  1. Sanctuary movements
  2. Scalabrinian missionaries and migration
  3. Scholars in search of knowledge, medieval era
  4. Schooling, education, and migration
  5. Seasonal migration
  6. Second generation, identity formation
  7. Second-generation migrants: Europe and the United States
  8. Second-generation migrants: Maghrebis in France
  9. Seleucid empire, colonization and settlement
  10. Settler migration and colonies
  11. Sex trafficking and migration
  12. Sex workers and migration, Europe
  13. Shipboard insurrections
  14. Silk Road and migration
  15. Singapore, Chinese migration late 19th century to present
  16. 6 Pleistocene migrations in the Southeast Asian archipelagos
  17. 16 Levant and North Africa: archaeology
  18. Skills and migration
  19. Slave trade, medieval era
  20. Slavs, medieval migration
  21. Social capital and labor-market outcomes for immigrants
  22. Social networks
  23. Social protest and migration
  24. Social remittances
  25. Sociology of migration
  26. Sojourners
  27. Soldiers and citizens
  28. South America, immigrant legislation and laws
  29. South Asia, migration 1850–1970s
  30. 31 South Asia: archaeology
  31. 30 South Asia: Dravidian linguistic history
  32. South–South migrations: Indian Oceanic world
  33. Southeast Asia: migration, ASEAN, and regional agreements
  34. 35 Southeast Asian islands and Oceania: Austronesian linguistic history
  35. 37 Southeast Asian islands and Oceania: human genetics
  36. 36 Southeast Asian islands: archaeology
  37. 34 Southeast Asian mainland: archaeology
  38. 33 Southeast Asian mainland: linguistic history
  39. Southern Africa, migration, 7th century to present
  40. Southern Africa: gender and migration
  41. Southern Africa: internal migration
  42. Spain and its empire, migration and emigration, c.1450–c.1750
  43. Spain: capitalism, expansion, and settlement, medieval era
  44. Spain: migration 1960s to present
  45. Spanish America, early modern migration 16th–18th century
  46. Sport and migration
  47. Spouses and migration
  48. Sri Lanka, migration 1960s to present
  49. Statelessness
  50. Steerage, slavery, and shipboard insurrections
  51. Steppe, people of (Hungarians, Huns, Avars, Mongols)
  52. Structural adjustment policies and international migration
  53. Student migration, China to Japan
  54. Student migration: an overview
  55. 13 Sub-Saharan Africa: archaeology
  56. 12 Sub-Saharan Africa: linguistics
  57. Suburbs
  58. Sustainable population growth
  59. Sweden, migration 19th century to present
  60. Switzerland, migration 19th century to present
  61. Syndicalism and anarchism of migrants
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