Moroccan Migration in Belgium : More than 50 Years of Settlement /

Moroccans are one of the largest and most debated migrant groups in Belgium. Moroccan Migration in Belgium analyses diverse facets of this community from a multidisciplinary perspective and addresses the most relevant and some underexposed topics in the rapidly developing field of migration studies....

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Other Authors: Ettourki, Karim (Editor), Clycq, Noel (Editor), Goddeeris, Idesbald, 1972- (Editor), Fadil, Nadia (Editor), Timmerman, Christiane (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Baltimore, Maryland : Project Muse, 2018
Leuven, Belgium : Leuven University Press, [2017]
Series:CeMIS migration and intercultural studies ; 1.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Christiane Timmerman, Nadia Fadil, Idesbald Goddeeris, Noel Clycq & Karim Ettourki
  • part 1. Research and context
  • 1. Social sciences and Moroccan migration in Belgium / Christiane Timmerman
  • 2. The study of Islam and Moroccan migration in Belgium / Nadia Fadil
  • 3. Historical research on Moroccan migration in Belgium / Karim Ettourki, Sam De Schutter & Idesbald Goddeeris
  • part 2. Movement and settlement
  • 4. Moroccan migration in Belgium's labor policy and labor market / Albert Martens
  • 5. Partner migration in the Moroccan community. A focus on timeand contextual evolutions / Emilien Dupont, Bart Van de Putte, John Lievens & Frank Caestecker
  • 6. Household division of labor and family formation among Moroccan couples at the turn of the 21st century / Jonas Wood, Layla Van den Berg & Karel Neels
  • part 3. Politics and policy
  • 7. Towards a comprehensive integration policy : a critical analysis of how social imaginations underpin Flemish integration policies / Noel Clycq & François Levrau
  • 8. Moroccan migration and its (unique) pattern of self-organizations? Comparative reflections on Antwerp and Ghent / Nicolas Van Puymbroeck
  • 9. The shifting Moroccan policy paradigm regarding the integration of MRE's (Moroccans Living Abroad) : reconciling transnational ties and migrant integration / Rilke Mahieu, Christiane Timmerman & Nadia Fadil
  • part 4. Identity and ethnicity
  • 10. Becoming Berber : ethnicity and identity politics among Moroccans in Belgium / Norah Karrouche
  • 11. Fluctuating identifications among second-generation Moroccans in the Netherlands and Belgium : looking beyond personal experiences via social network analysis / Anna Berbers, Leen d'Haenens & Joyce Koeman
  • 12. Migration and language use at school : an ethnographic close-up / Jürgen Jaspers
  • 13. Same-sex sexualities and Belgian Moroccan communities / Wim Peumans
  • part 5. Religion and devotion
  • 14. Struggling with the Jinn : Moroccan healing practices and the placebo effect / Philip Hermans
  • 15. How do Moroccan Muslims in Belgium deal with death and dying? / Bert Broeckaert, Goedele Baeke, Stef Van den Branden &
  • Chaïma Ahaddour
  • 16. Islamic knowledge and pious becoming among Moroccan Muslims in the region of Brussels / Mieke Groeninck
  • 17. The power of affective encounters and events : why Moroccan Belgian Sunnis become Shia / Iman Lechkar.