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564028 Perspectives and realities of migration research (5 c p ) Period III: 14.1 .–28.2.2013 Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12-14 PHY D104 Kaisa Kepsu & Saija Niemi. 564028 Perspectives and realities of migration research. The aim of the course is

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564028Perspectives and realities of migration research (5 cp)PeriodIII: 14.1.–28.2.2013Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12-14 PHY D104Kaisa Kepsu & Saija Niemi

564028 perspectives and realities of migration research
564028 Perspectives and realities of migration research
  • The aim of the course is
    • to give the student an overview of how migration is studied in the discipline of geography and other social sciences
    • to give a deeper understanding of a few selected themes within this wide research field. Case studies and examples will be integrated to highlight the current realities of migration.
  • Key themes/ideas:
    • Introduction to theoretical perspectives, concepts and methods in migration research
    • Current topics and debates in migration
    • The multidisciplinarity of migration research
    • Topics covered: trafficking, conflict-induced forced migration, quota refugees in Finland, ethnicity, transnationalism and migrant diasporas, highly-skilled migration, migration and climate change, immigration and urban segregation
  • Working methods: participatory and research-oriented
    • Lectures, reading academic texts (or other material) before lecture, a written assignment (5-10 p.)
    • Participatory methods: group-work and discussions, debates, presentations
    • Mandatory participation in lectures and guest lectures, active participation in course-work
  • Registration in WebOodi 1.12.2012 – 10.1.2013
  • Course is aimed at students at masters’ level majoring in geography and regional studies