Polish families and migration since EU accession
White, A., 2011. Polish families and migration since EU accession. Bristol: Policy Press.
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Based on 115 interviews with Polish mothers in the UK and Poland, as well as a specially-commissioned opinion poll, this topical book discusses recent Polish migration to the UK. In a vivid account of every stage of the migration process, the book explores why so many Poles have migrated since 2004, why more children migrate with their families and how working-class families in the West of England make decisions about whether to stay. Covering many broader themes - including livelihoods and migration cultures in Poland, experiences of integration into UK communities and issues surrounding return to Poland - this book is highly relevant to migration policy across Europe and beyond. It will be of interest to policy-makers and the general public as well as students and scholars.
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Politics Languages and International Studies|
|Additional Information||This book won the British Association for Slavonic and East Europena Studies George Blazyca Prize in 2011.|
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