By Oliver Bakewell, Godfried Engbersen, Maria Lucinda Fonseca, Cindy Horst
This edited quantity asks how the arriving of migrants at one time impacts the selections of these contemplating migration later. via a suite of case stories of migration in twelve 'corridors', it exhibits how diverse different types of suggestions by way of varied actors and during diversified channels give a contribution to our knowing of diverging migration flows.
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There are however differences between our four destination countries. 2 Proportion of respondents who agree that ‘immigration policies are very strict’ in the destination country Source: THEMIS destination country survey data, weighted. large-scale regularisation campaigns had stopped, the Portuguese law still allowed for an ongoing regularisation (SEF, 2008). Our destination country survey included a question about the perception of immigration policy. 2). However, perceptions differ between the three groups surveyed in Norway and in Portugal.
As Horst, Pereira and Sheringham show in Chapter 5, migrants’ regional origins can be an important source of differentiation within migration systems. The temporal dimensions of migration are central to the THEMIS project: we are interested in how migration systems evolve and are sustained over time. Such processes can be studied in two ways. First, it is possible to use historical data to describe the changing characteristics of a migration corridor, for instance the size and composition of migrant stocks and ﬂows.
Finally, we also aimed to capture the evolution of a migration system by asking about informants’ perceptions of the changes over time in migration patterns and people’s rationales for moving. The informants were selected taking into account criteria such as age, gender or migration experience. Religion was also considered when recruiting Brazilian informants in London due to the high variety of religious denominations among this group that could lead to different patterns of reliance on social networks.
Beyond Networks: Feedback in International Migration by Oliver Bakewell, Godfried Engbersen, Maria Lucinda Fonseca, Cindy Horst