Resources on Philippine Migration and Migration Reporting

  1. Abad, R., DeJong, G., & Root, B. (1986). Family Reunification and Philippine Migration to the United States: The Immigrants’ Perspective. The International Migration Review, 20 (3), 598-611.
  2. Baizán, P., Creighton, M., Liu, M., & Riosmena, F. (2016). Prospects for the Comparative Study of International Migration Using Quasi-Longitudinal Micro-Data. Demographic Research, 35, 745-782.
  3. Basa, C., De Guzman, V. & Marchetti, S. (2012). International Migration and Over-indebtedness: the Case of Filipino Workers in Italy. International Institute for Environment and Development.
  4. Battistella, G. (1999). Philippine Migration Policy: Dilemmas of a Crisis. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 14 (1), 229-248.
  5. Cruz, R. (2012). Figures of Migration Gender, Kinship, and the Politics of Representation. Philippine Studies: Historical & Ethnographic Viewpoints, 60 (4), 513-554.
  6. Francisco, V. (2009). Moral Mismatch: Narratives of Migration from Immigrant Filipino Women in New York City and the Philippine State. Philippine Sociological Review, 57, 105-135
  7. Hwang, M. (2017). Offloaded: Women’s Sex Work Migration Across the South China Sea and the Gendered Antitrafficking Emigration Policy of the Philippines. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 45 (1/2), 131-147.
  8. Keely, C. (1973). Philippine Migration: Internal Movements and Emigration to the United States. The International Migration Review 7 (2), 177-187.
  9. Liu, J, Ong, P. & Rosenstein, C. (1991). Dual Chain Migration: Post-1965 Filipino Immigration to the United States. The International Migration Review, 25 (3), 487-513.
  10. Opiniano, Jeremiah. (2019). Reporting on International Migration. In A. Luce, Ethical Reporting of Sensitive Topics. Routledge.
  11. Ortiga, Yasmin. (2018). Learning to Fill the Labor Niche: Filipino Nursing Graduates and the Risk of the Migration Trap. The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences: New Immigrant Labor Market Niches, 4(1), 172-187.
  12. Reiterer, G. (1973). Filipino Austrians: Transforming Identities and Changing Selfhood Under Conditions of Migration. Philippine Sociological Review 56, 36-55.
  13. Rodriguez, R. (2008). The Labor Brokerage State and the Globalization of Filipina Care Workers. Signs, 33 (4), 794-800.
  14. Rodriguez, R. (2011). Philippine Migrant Workers’ Transnationalism in the Middle East. International Labor and Working-Class History, 79, 48-61.
  15. Seemann, B. and Fischer, M. (2015). The Philippine Diaspora: Between American Dream and Serfdom. In G. Wahlers, From the Report Migration and Refugees. Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.
  16. World Bank Group. (2008). Managing Migration: Lessons from the Philippines. World Bank.
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