Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, nr 3/2014

SPECIAL ISSUE: CHILDREN ON THE MOVE. DIFFERENT FACETS OF MIGRATIONS IN CHILDHOOD

Editors: Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska and Agnieszka Trąbka

Pełny numer (pdf)

  • Halina Grzymała-Moszczyń ska, Agnieszka Tr ąbka: From children of migrants to migrant children. Introduction to the special issue 
  • Dirk Hoerder: Education for a Transcultural Life-World or for a Hegemonic Nation? Schooling in the British Empire, in France, and in Canada, 1830s-2000s 


I. CONSTRUCTING HOME BY SECOND GENERATION MIGRANTS

  • Agnieszka Radziwinowiczówna: Children of Sánchez 50 Years Later: Agency of Transnational Children
  • Katarzyna Wójcikowska: Homecoming or adventure? Motivations of Polish return migrants who grew up abroad and their determinants
  • Sabrina Weiß: Second-Generation Koreans in West Germany: Generation of Heirs or Fashioner of a Faith of Their Own? 

II. “ON THE ROAD AGAIN” – IDENTITIES OF THIRD CULTURE KIDS

  • Agnieszka Trąbka: Being chameleon. The infl uence of multiple migration in childhood on identity construction 
  • Katia Mace, Liz Winter: Adolescent and pre-adolescent migration: implications for identity 
  • Kornelia Zakrzewska-Wirkus: Who am I, where do I belong, what is my faith? – Psychological and spiritual problems of Third Culture Kids
  • Raymond A. Powell: Was John Calvin a TCK? Applying modern socio-scientific research on highly mobile populations to historical studies

III. PARENTING IN THE CONTEXT OF MIGRATION

  • Paula Pustułka: Child-centred narratives of Polish migrant mothers: cross-generational identity constructions abroad 
  • Adéla Souralová: The Czech Nanny as a “Door to the Majority” for Children of Vietnamese Immigrants in the Czech Republic
  • Luena Marinho: Parent-child separation in Angolan transnational families 
  • Joanna Kulpińska: The children left behind and their place in the social structure

IV. CHILDREN MIGRANTS IN DIFFERENT EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS – CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS

  • Ewa Nowicka: Adaptation and Cultural Contact. Immigrant children in Warsaw high schools
  • Izabela Czerniejewska: Public or international? Migrating students in two types of schools of Poznań 
  • Monika Rerak-Zampou: Social integration of Polish Adolescents from Greek and Polish high schools in Athens
  • Małgorzata Kułakowska: Polish children in English schools. Institutional challenges and solutions
  • Beatrix Bukus: Students in the context of migration attending Hungarian and German public education: categorisation and statistical data collection 

V. HOST COUNTRY POLICIES TOWARD CHILDREN MIGRANTS

  • Behnaz Tavakoli: Multiple Discriminations against Afghan Girls in Iran 
  • Zorana Medarić, Tjaša Žakelj: From Normative Acceptance to Prejudices and Violence: Interethnic relations in the school environment in Slovenia 
  • Katharina Benedetter, Marianne Dobner: CulTrain – Cultural Orientation Trainings. An integration measure in Austria tackling adaption problems of young refugees 
  • Karolina Łukasiewicz, Joanna Grzymała-Moszczyń ska: Discriminatory Migration Policy? An access to education among migrant children in Poland