Transmigration (e-book)

Social work in a world of superdiversity

In a world of rapidly growing superdiversity, migration itself is also changing. In addition to classic migration - from one country of
origin to one country 'Read more…


  • Publisher: acco
  • Published: June 21, 2016
  • Edition 1
  • Pages: 264
  • ISBN: 9789462927131
  • Drm: ON10_029i
  • Format: ON10_029

Book reviews

Given the transmigration explosion contributing to superdiversity, all social workers are highly likely to encounter transmigrants in their practice within today’s increasingly superdiverse societies. (…) The authors convincingly depict how transmigrants establish and sustain transnational networks that may or may not assist and sustain them during times of struggle.

Shajimon Peter, Lecturer of Social Work, School of Education and Social Sciences, Eastern Institute of Technology, Gisborne, New Zealand. School of Counselling, Human Services & Social Work, University of Auckland, New Zealand. In: International Journal of Social Welfare (2017: 26: 417–418).
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