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The nexus between international migration and social networks is crucial in understanding different phases of migration experience.

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locatieGroningen
diplomacertificate
typesummer course, 0 EC
taalvolledig English
opleidingsduur0 dagen voltijd

It is well-established that personal links to previous migrants increase the propensity for others to migrate, whereas networks in the settlement phase have a variety of roles going beyond a mere information transmission. Social networks surrounding migrants and their significant others have important roles, for example, in supporting each other during finding accommodation, employment, and education places. Local and transnational networks also play a major role in migrants’ well-being through providing emotional support and an environment for belonging. Nonetheless, because every inclusion in one network entails an exclusion from another, they can be divisive and result in segregation in schools and neighbourhoods which poses a great risk for societies to be cohesive and sustainable. While the network approach in migration studies has always been on the agenda, application of network analysis in different phases to different ends has only recently been on the rise.

Onderwijs

taal van onderwijs100% en
onderwijsopzet70% zelfstudie
10% theorie
20% praktijk
avondonderwijsn.v.t.
afstandsonderwijsn.v.t.
onderwijsvormen
group discussion, project, seminar, self study
objectives
Student papers/dissertation chapters are expected to be about, but not limited to the following topics:

  • What are the roles of social networks in different phases of international migration?
  • How do migrants organize social support within and across borders?
  • How do negative ties affect migrants' integration?
  • How do social networks change over time and what are the main implications of such changes?
  • How can we study tie formation and tie dissolution across borders?
study load
Participants who attend all sessions and who present a research proposal or paper on Friday will receive a certificate of participation signed by the coordinators of the summer school. Upon request the certificate can mention the workload of 110 hours. Students can apply for recognition of these credits to the relevant authorities in their home institutions.

Toelating en kosten

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dinner
excursions
lunch

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bron: HBO-raad/VSNU

Contact

Selma Bakker MA
E: summerschools@rug.nl
T: +31 503632901
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