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Type Revue - International Migration Review
Titre Reunifying Versus Living Apart Together Across Borders: A Comparative Analysis of sub-Saharan Migration to Europe.
Auteur(s)
Volume 49
Numéro 1
Publication (Jour/Mois/Année) 2015
Numéros de page 173
URL http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edb&AN=101761394&lang=fr&site=eds-live
Résumé
This article studies the process of reunification in Europe among 'living apart together across borders' ( LATAB) couples of African origin ( DR Congo, Ghana, and Senegal). Couple reunion is conceived as a multilevel process, wherein state selection (through immigration policies in destination countries) interacts with self-selection (at the couple level), under influence of the social context at origin. Based on event history analyses of the MAFE project, empirical results show that LATAB is a majority and durable living arrangement for sub-Saharan migrants, that the odds if reunifying depend on gender and inter-generational relationships, and that restrictive contexts at destination do not deter couple reunion. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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Beauchemin, Nappa, Schoumaker, Baizan, González-Ferrer, Caarls, and Mazzucato. "Reunifying Versus Living Apart Together Across Borders: A Comparative Analysis of sub-Saharan Migration to Europe.." International Migration Review 49, no. 1 (2015): 173.
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