Integration of Brits in Turkey and Turks in Britain
International migration studies have largely focused on movers from the developing countries, or the South. Nevertheless, about one third of the global human mobility happens within the North and from North to South. Hence there is a need for reconsidering our understanding of global human mobility. Despite the hierarchy in the language used in describing these two categories of movers, there are similarities in causes, mechanisms and lived experiences. In this study, integration patterns of English-speaking movers in Turkey and those of Turkish-speaking movers in Britain have been contrasted. Particular attention has been paid to the perceived discrimination and integration outcomes. Drawing on analyses of census data from both Turkey and the UK, labour force survey data and the findings of a survey conducted from 2014 to 2016, patterns of integration are discussed.
Date: 3 May 2017, 13:00 (Wednesday, 2nd week, Trinity 2017)
Venue: Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road OX1 3TB
Venue Details: Seminar Room 1
Speaker: İbrahim Sirkeci (Regents University, London)
Organising department: Oxford Department of International Development
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Part of: International Migration Institute Seminar Series
Booking required?: Not required
Audience: Public
Editor: Jenny Peebles