Index

Migration Practice as Creative Practice

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Publication date: 13 January 2021

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(2021), "Index", Hack-Polay, D., Mahmoud, A.B., Rydzik, A., Rahman, M., Igwe, P.A. and Bosworth, G. (Ed.) Migration Practice as Creative Practice, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 211-218. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83867-765-720211024

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INDEX

Academic research in migration
, 1–2

Acculturation

of migrants
, 39

in non-economic literature
, 45

styles
, 42

Active citizenship
, 62

Adaptation
, 34–35

Advisory Group (AIG)
, 191

African diaspora evolution
, 34–35

African migrants in diaspora
, 63

Air Officer Commanding (AOC)
, 187

Ali, Altab
, 201

beginning of confrontation towards racism and fascism
, 201–202

Bengali youths in front line in movement against racism
, 202

establishment of different entities
, 202–203

identity of Bangladeshi community
, 204–205

murder
, 201

naming of Altab Ali Park and establishment of Altab Ali arch
, 203–204

participation into mainstream politics
, 204

Altruism, recognition for
, 189–190

Ambition
, 34–35

Anti-British movement
, 199–200

Anti-discrimination
, 188

Aspiration
, 34–35

Assimilation
, 74

Asylum process
, 160–161

Australia

migrants in
, 174

public
, 177–178

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)
, 173

Australian society

fiscal capital reforms
, 178–179

human capital reforms
, 176–177

migrant contributions to
, 173

population social policy reforms
, 174–176

social capital and cohesion reforms
, 177–178

Badge of Honour for Meritorious service medal
, 184

Bangladesh
, 200–201

Bangladesh Youth Movement (BYM)
, 202

Bangladeshi Youth Movement (BYM)
, 201

Bangladeshis
, 199

Bank of America
, 24–25

Belonging
, 54, 69–70, 103

Benemerenti medal
, 183, 184

Bengal Youth League (BYL)
, 201

Bengali Educational Needs in Tower Hamlets (BENTH)
, 203

Bengali youths in front line in movement against racism
, 202

Berner Centre
, 204–205

‘Biographical narratives in migration studies’ field
, 165–166

Black and minority ethnic communities (BAME communities)
, 189–190

Black Caribbeans
, 187

Brexit
, 119

Brick Lane
, 199–201

British Nationalist Front (BNF)
, 200–201

Business ownership
, 103

BWA Centre
, 204–205

CALL advocacy in Lincolnshire
, 191

Canada
, 44, 69–70, 73–77, 173, 176

Canada, Francophone literature in
, 35–36

Canadian Multiculturalism Act
, 69–70

Caribbean
, 74, 185–186

Cartesian coordinate system
, 42

Cartesian plane
, 42

Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)
, 88, 90

respondents
, 95

Central European
, 88

Chairmanships and membership of voluntary organisations
, 191–193

Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
, 128

Chinese
, 47–48

immigrant entrepreneurs
, 60–61

CIMB Bank
, 24–25

Citi GPS
, 125

Citizen
, 44, 53–55, 62, 77, 155

Citizenship
, 53–55

sociological implications
, 61–63

Cognition
, 151–152

Cohesion reforms
, 177–178

Collectivism
, 89–90

Collectivity
, 12

Colonisation
, 11, 55–56

Colombian study
, 89–90

Commander-in-Chief commendations (C-in-C commendations)
, 186

Commission of Inquiry into Poverty
, 178

Communication
, 15–18

Communitarianism
, 54

Community
, 3, 54

Community activism
, 189–191

chairmanships and membership of voluntary organisations
, 191–193

criminal justice system and re-socialising offenders
, 190–191

recognition for altruism
, 189–190

Conquest
, 11

Constructivism
, 151–152

Contribution
, 19–20, 41, 69, 77, 101, 122–123, 136, 141, 190–191

Coping strategies
, 86

Country
, 22–23

Country of origin
, 42–43, 48–49, 69–70, 72, 83, 86, 92

Criminal justice system
, 190–191

Cross-national investigations
, 1–2

Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)
, 191

Culinary practices
, 72–73

Cultural globalisation
, 56–57

Cultural orientation (CO)
, 141

Culture, fluid and changing characteristics of
, 39–40

Czech migrant
, 177

Data precariousness
, 17

Differentiated embeddedness
, 53, 58–59, 62

Digital social networks
, 16

Discourse
, 3, 31, 55–56, 138, 165–166

Diversity of experience
, 87–88

Double embeddedness. See Dual embeddedness

Dual embeddedness
, 53, 59–61

Dual frames of reference
, 89–90

Dual relational embeddedness of subsidiaries
, 60

Duality
, 59–60

East Pakistan. See Bangladesh

Economic acculturation
, 45

Economic migrants
, 176

Economic theories
, 119–120

Economy/work
, 76–78

Education
, 153–154

and skills
, 120–121

Elasticity of substitution
, 122–123

Embeddedness
, 53, 57–58

sociological implications
, 61–63

Emigration
, 120

Employer-employee relationship vacuum
, 145

Employers
, 84–85

Employment situation of migrant workers
, 83

diversity of experience
, 87–88

dual frames of reference
, 89–90

migrant work–life tensions
, 90–96

vulnerability
, 83–87

Entitlement
, 178, 186

Entrepreneurial becoming
, 102–104

Entrepreneurial identity
, 105

Entrepreneurs
, 61, 101, 104

Entrepreneurs Network
, 124

Entrepreneurship
, 102

as way of connecting families
, 109–111

as way of connecting with community
, 111–114

Epistemic privilege
, 33

Epistemological discourse
, 32–34

Epistemology
, 162

Equality legislation
, 188

ESOL classes
, 114

Ethnic

massacres
, 11

minorities
, 3

Ethnic and Racial Studies (ERS)
, 165

Ethnicity
, 4–5, 48–49

EU
, 1–2, 15–16

European Economic Area (EEA)
, 125

European migration
, 12

European Union (EU)
, 1–2, 15–16

EU8 group
, 102

Exclusion
, 17–18, 207

Exile
, 1–2, 151–152, 155

Fairchild’s typology
, 11–12

Family support
, 107

Fascism
, 201–202

Fiscal capital reforms
, 178–179

Food
, 72–73

Forced migrants
, 1, 9, 12, 173, 177

Forced migration
, 12

Francophone literature
, 31

from Africa
, 32

Canada
, 35–36

Free migration
, 12

French
, 10

language
, 31

literature
, 32

readers
, 33–34

Game theory approach
, 41, 42, 44

Games/recreation
, 75–76

Gender
, 12, 87–88, 101

General Practice (GP)
, 125

Ghetto
, 3

Global integration
, 56–57

Global mobility and wars
, 173

Globalisation
, 39–40, 47–49, 56–57

Gross domestic product (GDP)
, 175–176

Hanbury Street
, 200–201

Hate crime
, 191

Hate Crime Scrutiny Panel (HCSP)
, 191

Health of migrants
, 177

Hearer
, 155

‘High’ cultures
, 11

Homesickness
, 13

Horizon Community Development Limited (2012–2018)
, 192–193

Hospitality sector
, 86–87

Host country
, 4–5, 53, 62, 103–104, 137–138, 208

Host-migrant cultural gap
, 207

Hostile environment
, 121

HSBC
, 24–25

Human capital

approach
, 42

reforms
, 176–177

Human rights approach
, 49

Humanities
, 13

Hybrid identities
, 57

Hybridity
, 53, 55–57

attitudes towards
, 57

sociological implications
, 61–63

Identity
, 48–49

formation and development
, 103–104

identity-globalisation nexus
, 40

and settled communities in economics
, 40–44

Immigrant(s). See also Migrant(s)
, 15

immigrant-led SMEs
, 124

Immigration. See also Migration
, 11, 119–120, 126, 128, 199

economic and social consequences
, 123–125

perceived impacts
, 18–22

shapes people’s views on
, 18–25

Impelled migration
, 12

Innovation
, 77–78

Inquirer stance
, 164

Inquiry purpose
, 163–164

Institutional embeddedness
, 59–60

Integration
, 16, 60, 74

Inter-community relations
, 73

Inter-migrant communities
, 72, 73

Interactive acculturation model (IAM)
, 42–43

Intergroup anxiety
, 41

International Organization for Migration (IOM)
, 176

International trade
, 119, 178

Invasion
, 11

Involuntary immigrants
, 63

Islamic Revolution (1979)
, 36

Jagonari and Davenant Centre
, 204–205

Jobs
, 77, 84, 86–87, 106, 187–188, 200–201, 208

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS)
, 165

Jugglers
, 86

Knowing
, 151–152

Knowledge acquisition
, 152–153

Kobi Nazrul Centre
, 204–205

Labour market
, 121–123

Language
, 70–72

proficiency
, 70

Langue de Moliére
, 31

Lascars
, 199

Latin America (LA)
, 90

Liberal individualism
, 54

Life of service
, 186–193

Lincoln Elders Forum (LEF)
, 192

Lincolnshire Race Equality Council (2004–2007)
, 191

Linguistic

imprecision
, 152–153

proximity
, 70

Literal language
, 151–152

Lloyds
, 24–25

Local officials
, 3

Logical Positivism
, 151–152

London Transport Executive (LTE)
, 185

Longhurst & Havelok Homes (L&H Homes)
, 192

‘Low’ cultures
, 11

Macroeconomic theory
, 123

Marginalisation
, 42, 74

Marriage Care
, 189

Married Quarters
, 193–194

Mass migration
, 12

Maybank
, 24–25

MBE medal
, 184

McFarlane, Sidney (case study)
, 183, 185

community activism
, 189–191

life of service
, 186–193

settling in territory
, 185–186

Media

and politicians in shaping national public attitudes
, 22–23

representations of migrants in
, 15–16

shapes people’s views on immigration
, 18–25

Member of Parliaments (MPs)
, 204

Mental health
, 1

Metaphorical presentation
, 154–155

Metaphors
, 151

and language
, 151

in migration research
, 152–153

perspectives on
, 151–152

as research tool
, 153–157

Methodology
, 163

Migrant Resource Centres (MRCs)
, 177

Migrant women
, 101, 102–104

entrepreneurs
, 104

journeys to becoming entrepreneurs
, 105–114

‘Migrant Workers Movement’, A
, 178

Migrant(s)
, 1, 15, 39, 69, 70, 77, 119, 155

accountant study in Australia
, 84–85

acculturation decision and socioeconomic adaptation
, 44–47

in Australia
, 174

case for understanding
, 207–208

entrepreneurs
, 103

experience in myriad forms
, 36–37

good citizens
, 209–210

grants to ethnic community organisations
, 177

media usage
, 16–18

misrepresentation of migrant experience
, 3–5

as national heroes
, 208–209

representations in media
, 15–16

workers
, 86–88

work–life tensions
, 90–96

Migration. See also Immigration
, 31, 72–73

exacerbation of migratory movements
, 10–11

experience
, 2–3, 41–42, 50, 209

history of
, 9

impact on local economy
, 126–127

migration-employment process
, 135

multiple contours
, 11–12

perspectives on
, 1–3

phenomenon inherent to human history
, 9–10

practice
, 16

research centres
, 1

studies and questions
, 1–2

trends
, 121–123

Migration Advisory Committee
, 183

Migratory movements
, 1–2, 9–10

exacerbation
, 10–11

Muharram Rebellion
, 199–200

Multi-national corporations (MNCs)
, 58

Multiculturalism
, 44, 69

Multiethnolects
, 71–72

‘Multifront’ political hostility
, 24–25

Narrative
, 159

analysis
, 159–160

data sources and forms
, 164–165

inquiry
, 160–165

paradigm
, 161–164

research
, 160–161

research in migration studies
, 165–166

Narrator stance
, 164

Nation
, 3, 4, 22–23, 209–210

Nation-state
, 32, 59–61

National Assistance Board
, 185

National borders, removal of
, 1–2

National hospital services (NHS)
, 125

National Probation Service (NPS)
, 190

Nedjma
, 34

Negative stereotypes
, 41

New Zealand
, 4, 45–46, 63

Newcomer
, 3, 4–5, 105, 199–200

Non-commissioned officers (NCOs)
, 187

Non-literal language
, 152–153

Office of National Statistics (ONS)
, 126

Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC)
, 74

Ontological security/insecurity
, 138–139

Ontology
, 162

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries (OECD countries)
, 173, 176

Organisational culture in UK
, 94

Out-group homogeneity effect
, 40–41

Petersen’s theory
, 12

Philosophy
, 161

Policy programmes
, 44

Polish immigrants
, 58–59

Political gains
, 23

Politics
, 204, 15, 32

Polymedia
, 17

Population social policy reforms
, 174–176

Portraits of Black Achievement
, 193

‘Positive migrants’ employment experiences

areas and challenges
, 141

findings on
, 140–141

Post-colonial studies of hybridity
, 55–56

Post-colonialism
, 55–56

Poverty
, 33–35, 42

Pre-migration self
, 105–109

Primitive migration
, 12

Propaganda
, 4–5

Pseudonyms
, 104–105

Psychological theories
, 119–120

Psychology
, 40, 120, 153

Qualitative Migration Research in Europe (QMR-E)
, 165

Quebec
, 35–36

Race
, 12, 23, 191

Race Relations Act
, 187

Racial discrimination
, 187

Racialization
, 4–5, 160–161

Racism
, 24, 57, 191, 202

Re-socialising offenders
, 190–191

Realistic threats
, 41

Refugee Studies
, 57

Refugee(s)
, 1, 15

metaphors
, 152

Regional migration scheme
, 176

Rehabilitation in Africa
, 32

Relational embeddedness of subsidiary
, 60

Religion
, 187–188

Republicanism
, 54

Research protocol
, 139–141

Resilience culture capacity
, 136

Resilience network orientations (RNOs)
, 135–136, 143–145

aspects
, 142

findings on ‘positive migrants’ employment experiences
, 140–141

framework
, 136, 139

key findings on
, 141–142

literature review
, 137–138

methodology
, 138–140

Role discontinuity
, 91–92

Royal Air Force (RAF)
, 186, 193

life in
, 186–189

Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP)
, 77

Separation
, 42, 74

Settlement
, 4–5, 44, 53

Shaheed Minar
, 203–204

Singapore citizenship
, 60–61

Skilled migrants
, 174, 176–177, 179

Skills
, 3, 87–88, 107–108, 120–121, 174, 187

Skinheads
, 200–201

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
, 126

Smart plans
, 17

Social capital
, 177–178

policy reforms
, 174

Social choice
, 47–49

Social cohesion
, 178

Social embeddedness
, 58

Social isolation
, 4–5

Social knowledge
, 143

Social media

platforms
, 17–18

rumours
, 17

Social networks
, 16, 102, 165–166

Social participation of migrants
, 103

Social reality
, 163

Social science
, 159–160

Social scientist
, 154–155

Sociology of communicative action
, 145–146

Special Broadcasting Services (SBS)
, 174, 177

Spirit of globalisation
, 39–40

identity and settled communities in economics
, 40–44

‘migrants’ acculturation decision and socioeconomic adaptation
, 44–47

social choice and globalisation
, 47–49

Spitalfields Ward in Tower Hamletswas
, 204–205

St Mary’s Matfelon
, 203–204

Strangers
, 75

Structural embeddedness
, 59–60

Structure-conduct-performance approach (SCP approach)
, 137

Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)
, 90

Taxpayers
, 125

Temporary visa holder migrants
, 179

Thematic analysis
, 104–105

Theorisation
, 155

Theory
, 123

Tower Hamlets Law Centre
, 202

Traditions
, 74–75

Training
, 1, 155–156

Transnational networks
, 60

UK
, 19–20, 83, 86, 89, 208

UK immigration laws
, 200–201

UK local economy
, 120

economic and social consequences of immigration
, 123–125

migration impact on local economy
, 126–127

migration trends and labour market
, 121–123

theoretical foundation
, 120–121

United Kingdom
, 19–20, 83, 86, 89, 208

United States
, 4, 20, 43, 119, 153–154

Violence
, 10

Voluntary immigrants
, 63

War
, 10

Weavers Trust Centre
, 204–205

Welfare
, 20, 125

Wells Fargo
, 24–25

White Australia Policy
, 173–175, 175–176

Women
, 24, 109, 115

migrants
, 87

Women’s post-migration narratives

conceptualising migrant women and entrepreneurial becoming
, 102–104

findings
, 105–114

methodology
, 104–105

Work–life balance
, 85, 109

‘respondents’ views on
, 93

World
, 1–2, 15

World war II
, 174–175, 203–204

YouGov study
, 20

YuvaBarta
, 202–203