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Citizenship ethics: German-Turkish return migrants, belonging, and justice
This article examines citizenship for German-Turkish return migrants attending monthly meetings of the Rückkehrer Stammtisch (Returner’s Meetings) in Istanbul. Meeting attendees call themselves “world citizens” and remain ...
Cultivating and contesting order: 'European Turks' and negotiations of neighbourliness at 'home'
This article examines how Turks returning from Germany to Turkey self-fashion as 'orderly neighbours'. By maintaining aesthetically pleasing homes and gardens, keeping public spaces clean, and obeying rules and laws in ...
Migration regime and “language part of work”: Experiences of Syrian refugees as surplus population in the Turkish labor market
The literature on migration, language and employment is dominated by the human capital approach and promotes multilingualism as a universal good. This paper examines the relationship between language and work for migrants ...
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