Back to Class and Race: Migrant Workers and Low Income Jobs in a Globalizing World

Saturday, July 19, 2014: 2:30 PM-4:20 PM
Room: 311+312
RC31 Sociology of Migration (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Nuno DIAS, Dinâmia'CET-IUL, Portugal and Renato CARMO, Instituto Universitario de Lisboa, Portugal
Broken Promises. Temporary Labour Migrants' Experiences of Working Conditions and Social Security in Finland (Oral Presentation)
Sanna SAKSELA-BERGHOLM, University of Helsinki, Finland

Employment Success and Long-Term Aspirations of the First and Second Generation of Recent Refugee Arrivals: Evidence from Australia (Oral Presentation)
Val COLIC-PEISKER, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

The Great Recession and Unemployment Among Brazilian Immigrants in Japan (Oral Presentation)
Hirohisa TAKENOSHITA, Sophia University, Japan

Transmuted Inequalities of Class, Race, Religion and Nation among South Asian Migrant Workers to the Middle East (Oral Presentation)
Sara Nuzhat AMIN, Asian University for Women, Bangladesh

‘so Close and Yet so Far Away': Migrants and Nationals in Greek Agriculture before and after the Economic Crisis (Oral Presentation)
Charalambos KASIMIS, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece; Apostolos G. PAPADOPOULOS, Harokopio University, Greece

Polish Identity As Entrance Ticked and Barrier On An Altered Labour Market (Distributed Paper)
Niels Jul NIELSEN, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

The Male Au Pair: Migrant Men Providing Domestic and Care Services In Au Pair Jobs (Distributed Paper)
Caterina ROHDE, University of Bielefeld, Germany