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Author Nieuwenhuyze, Inge van.

Title Getting by in Europe's urban labour markets [electronic resource] : Senegambian migrants' strategies for survival, documentation and mobility / Inge van Nieuwenhuyze.

Imprint Amsterdam, Netherlands : Amsterdam Univ. Press, ©2009.

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Description 1 online resource (235 pages) : illustrations.
Series IMISCOE dissertations
IMISCOE dissertations.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-232).
Contents Understanding labour migration trajectories -- Embarking on an explanatory framework -- Data collection : interviews and participant observation in a hidden population -- How migration from Senegal and the Gambia became an institution -- Survival strategies as an undocumented migrant -- Documentation strategies as an undocumented migrant -- Mobility strategies as a legal migrant -- Conclusions -- Appendices.
Summary A comparative study of how economic and political differences between Antwerp and Barcelona influence the life-course trajectories of Senegalese and Gambian migrants.
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Subject Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects.
Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
Barcelona (Spain) -- Emigration and immigration -- 21st century.
Antwerp (Belgium) -- Emigration and immigration -- 21st century.
Gambia -- Emigration and immigration -- 21st century.
Senegal -- Emigration and immigration -- 21st century.
Foreign workers -- Spain -- Barcelona.
Foreign workers -- Belgium -- Antwerp.
Labor market -- Spain.
Labor market -- Belgium.
Chronological Term 2000-2099
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Title Getting by in Europe's urban labor markets
Senegambian migrants' strategies for survival, documentation and mobility
Other Form: Print version: Nieuwenhuyze, Inge van. Getting by in Europe's urban labour markets. Amsterdam, Netherlands : Amsterdam Univ. Press, ©2009 9789089640505 9089640509 (OCoLC)258379091
ISBN 9789048506354 (electronic bk.)
9048506352 (electronic bk.)
9789089640505
9089640509