Category: Immigration, Refugees, Race, Nation


Filipinos for Export: The Case of Low-Skilled Workers

This research aims to analyze the Philippine government’s involvement in exporting labor to Taiwan, a country where the Philippines is recognized as a major labor provider. Focusing on the recruitment, selection, and preparation of low-skilled Filipino migrant workers, the study delves into how the Philippine government prepares these workers by imparting knowledge about Taiwanese culture


Psychological Well-Being Among Immigrants and Refugees in St. Louis, Missouri

The process of migration and integration into immigrants’ host communities has been noted to be a stressful, non-normative event from a psychosocial point of view. Given the magnitude of immigration to the U.S., it is increasingly important to understand the variables that impact immigrant psychological well-being, an essential aspect of successful integration. The data for


Covert Prejudice and Discourses on Otherness During the Refugee Crisis: Α Case Study of the Greek Islands’ Press

The present paper presents a discursive analysis of the recurrent repertoires of covert prejudice in the regional press of three Greek islands (Lesvos, Chios, Samos) during the refugee crisis period. Between 2015 and 2016, these islands played a central role as first-line receiving communities for the large numbers of refugees and migrants who arrived in


Explaining Crimmigration in Indonesia: A Discourse of the Fight against People Smuggling, Irregular Migration Control and Symbolic Criminalization

Controlling migration in the world’s largest archipelago brings various challenges to the Indonesian authorities that differ from other countries. The difficulties become even more complicated since Indonesia has been known as the most favorite transit country for people who want to migrate to Australia due to its strategic geographical location, which is situated between the