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Family and Human Capital in Turkish Migration
co-edited by Nadja Milewski, Ibrahim Sirkeci, M. Murat Yüceşahin, and Assia S. Rolls is published.
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A digital version of the book will be released later in the year.
Introduction: Family and demography in Turkish mobility - M. Murat Yüceşahin, Nadja Milewski, Ibrahim Sirkeci, Assia S. Rolls 1-10
Chapter 1: Union formation of Turkish migrant descendants in Western Europe: Family involvement in meeting a partner and marrying - Nadja Milewski and Doreen Huschek 11-23
Chapter 2: Turkish marriage ritual: Design for experience based embodied interaction - Johanna Kint and Sietske Klooster 25 - 34
Chapter 3: Rethinking loyalty (vefa) through transnational care practices of older Turkish women in Sweden - Öncel Naldemirci 35-46
Chapter 4: Who takes part in a cross sectional survey on health care service utilisation among Turkish and German nationals in Germany? - Ulrike Zier and Stephan Letzel 47-58
Chapter 5: Turkish-language ability of children of immigrants in Germany - Nicole Biedinger, Birgit Becker and Oliver Klein 59-68
Chapter 6: ‘Making the balance: to stay or not to stay?’ Highly educated Turkish migrants, trends of migration and migration intentions. - Işık Kulu-Glasgow 69-90
Chapter 7: Human capital exchange between Germany and Turkey. A focus on Turkish students in Germany - Rebecca Tlatlik and Beatrice Knerr 91-100
Chapter 8: Identity formation of young second and third generation Turkish-origin migrants in Vienna and their attitude towards integration in Austrian society - Maja Richtermoc 101-112
Chapter 9: Segmentation or assimilation over the life course? Career mobility of second generation Turkish women in Germany - Jörg Hartmann 113-124
Chapter 10: How highly skilled labour migrants deal with flexibility? - Ulaş Sunata 125-136
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