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Masja van Meeteren
Masja van Meeteren
Criminology, Radboud University, Leiden University
Verified email at jur.ru.nl
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Striving for a better position: Aspirations and the role of cultural, economic, and social capital for irregular migrants in Belgium
M Van Meeteren, G Engbersen, M Van San
International migration review 43 (4), 881-907, 2009
1412009
Irregular migrants in Belgium and the Netherlands: Aspirations and incorporation
M Van Meeteren
Amsterdam University Press, 2014
762014
Life without papers: Aspirations, incorporation and transnational activities of irregular migrants in the Low Countries
M Van Meeteren
75*2010
Transnational activities and aspirations of irregular migrants in Belgium and the Netherlands
M Van Meeteren
Global Networks 12 (3), 314-332, 2012
652012
The differential role of social networks Strategies and routes in Brazilian migration to Portugal and the Netherlands
van Meeteren and Pereira
IMI Working Paper Series, No 66, 2013
48*2013
Destination Netherlands. History of immigration and immigration policy in the Netherlands
M Van Meeteren, S Van de Pol, R Dekker, G Engbersen, E Snel
Immigrants: Acculturation, socio-economic challenges and cultural psychology …, 2013
472013
Beyond the ‘migrant network’? Exploring assistance received in the migration of Brazilians to Portugal and the Netherlands
M van Meeteren, S Pereira
Journal of International Migration and Integration 19, 925-944, 2018
432018
Understanding different post-return experiences: the role of preparedness, return motives and family expectations for returned migrants in Morocco
M Van Meeteren, G Engbersen, E Snel, M Faber
Comparative migration studies 2, 335-360, 2014
422014
Beyond community: An analysis of social capital and the social networks of Brazilian migrants in Amsterdam
S Roggeveen, M van Meeteren
Current Sociology 61 (7), 1078-1096, 2013
332013
'Zonder papieren': over de positie van irreguliere migranten en de rol van het vreemdelingenbeleid in België
M van Meeteren, M van San, G Engbersen
Acco, 2008
32*2008
Irreguliere immigranten in België: inbedding, uitsluiting en criminaliteit
M Van Meeteren, M Van San, G Engbersen
Erasmus Universiteit, Rotterdam, 2007
30*2007
Labour trafficking in Chinese restaurants in the Netherlands and the role of Dutch immigration policies. A qualitative analysis of investigative case files
M van Meeteren, E Wiering
Crime, Law and Social Change 72 (1), 107-124, 2019
292019
Living different dreams: Aspirations and social activities of irregular migrants in the low countries
M Van Meeteren
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 38 (10), 1643-1659, 2012
292012
Are Muslims in the Netherlands constructed as a ‘suspect community’? An analysis of Dutch political discourse on terrorism in 2004-2015
MJ Van Meeteren, LN Van Oostendorp
Crime, Law and Social Change 71, 525-540, 2019
262019
Declining migration from Morocco to the Netherlands and the diminutive causation of migration
G Engbersen, E Snel, M van Meeteren
International Migration Institute, 2013
232013
Trajectories of economic integration of amnestied immigrants in Rotterdam
M Van Meeteren, P Mascini, D van den Berg
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (3), 448-469, 2015
202015
Discoursen van integratie. De omslag in het politieke debat over integratie in Nederland
M Van Meeteren
Discourses of integration: The turn in the political debate on integration …, 2005
18*2005
New roles for social networks in migration? Assistance in Brazilian migration to Portugal and the Netherlands
M van Meeteren, S Pereira
Beyond networks: feedback in international migration, 47-68, 2016
172016
De ongekende samenleving: schattingen en inzichten over irreguliere migranten en economische schaduwactiviteiten
S Adriaenssens, M Van Meeteren, J Pacolet, F De Wispelaere, ...
Studiedienst van de Vlaamse Regering; Brussel, 2009
172009
Self-identification of victimization of labor trafficking
M van Meeteren, J Hiah
The Palgrave international handbook of human trafficking, 1605-1618, 2020
162020
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