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Context of reception
Journal Article
Competing contexts of reception in refugee and immigrant incorporation: Vietnamese in West and East Germany

Part of Journal Special Issue Involuntary Migration, Inequality, and Integration

Integration International migration Refugees
Journal Article
Involuntary migration, context of reception, and social mobility: The case of Vietnamese refugee resettlement in the United States

Part of Journal Special Issue Involuntary Migration, Inequality, and Integration

Refugees Involuntary migration Boat people
Working Paper
Securitized reception: revisiting contexts confronting Afghan and Vietnamese forced migrants

In a 2017 UNU-WIDER project, ‘Forced migration and inequality’, one of us collaborated on a comparison of Afghan and Vietnamese refugee resettlement across four Western countries...

Afghanistan Context of reception Middle East and South Asia
Blog
Lessons from the resettlement of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ Vietnamese forced migrants in Germany

Hiếu (pseudonym) embodies the ‘good refugee’ story. In 1979, he fled Vietnam by boat and eventually resettled in the Federal Republic of (West) Germany, as did many others ...

Integration International migration Refugees
Working Paper
Invisible, successful, and divided: Vietnamese in Germany since the late 1970s

Until the 1970s, only 1000 Vietnamese lived in West and East Germany, most of them international students. West Germany, in particular, had not yet been confronted with non-European refugees...

Integration International migration Refugees
Working Paper
Involuntary migration, context of reception, and social mobility: The case of Vietnamese refugee resettlement in the United States

In this study, we examine the Vietnamese population of the United States as a case study in the integration of a refugee group in a host country. We approach this case in three parts...

Refugees Involuntary migration Boat people
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