40 / 2014

Two homelands


NATAŠA ROGELJA, MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: The Voices of Women Migrants between Past and Present

ALEKSEJ KALC: Female Immigration and Employment in Trieste at the Turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries

MIRJAM MILHARČIČ-HLADNIK: The Importance of the Biographical Method to the Re-creation of Memory of the Female Labour Migrations from Goriška

NATAŠA ROGELJA: “It’s All True!” The Use of the Biographical Method in Research on Šavrinkas

ŠPELA LEDINEK LOZEJ: Šavrinkas – Migrant Women Traders between Central Istria and Coastal Towns and Bearers of Symbolic Identifications: Sociohistorical Conditions of Labour Migrations and the “Šavrinization” of the Istrian Countryside

MAJDA HRŽENJAK: The Globalization of Care and the Situation of Slovenian Care Workers in Italy

MARIJANCA AJŠA VIŽINTIN: The Intercultural Education Model: For more Successful Inclusion of Immigrant Children

MILENA BEVC, SONJA URŠIČ: The Scale of International Migration, Migrants’ Education and the Influence of these Phenomena on the Size of the Slovene Population and its Educational Attainment

TEA GOLOB: Contemporary Identifications and Transnational Flows: Transnational Social Fields and Identifications of the “Ryanair Generation” of Irish Migrants

JAKA VADNJAL: The Importance of Social Capital within an Ethnic Community: Albanian Entrepreneurs in Slovenia

MOJCA VAH JEVŠNIK, KRISTINA TOPLAK: Foresight as a Method in Migration Studies

NATALIJA VREČER: Book reviews - Milan Mesić, Dragan Bagić, Minority Return to Croatia – Study of an Open Process, UNHCR, Zagreb, 2011, 226 str.