The place of migration
in Migrations
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This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book offers an insight into the complicated patterns of migration to and from Ireland, and on the ways in which these patterns both mirror and differ from broader patterns of the movement of people. It highlights the range of institutions that enable, facilitate or obstruct migration and/or processes of incorporation, thus allowing for a scalar analysis of migration in place. The book shows the potential of a place-based approach to migration. It focuses on the wide range of female migrants to Ireland: returning Irish, migrants from the EU and West and North Africa, as well as North America and Australasia. The book also highlights the diverse ways in which migrants enter Ireland: as EU nationals, as labour migrants, or as refugees or asylum seekers.


Ireland in a global world


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