In this podcast for the 2000 Families research project, I talk about the impact of migration on the friendships and social networks of Turkish migrants compared with their counterparts who stayed in Turkey.
There are some very interesting findings in this research, particularly about women who migrate to Europe when we compare them with those who stayed behind.
This interview is based on research presented in a book, Intergenerational consequences of migration, which examines a wide range of migration questions using this unprecedented data set.
- Listen to the podcast on the 2000 Families website or subscribe to the podcast series in iTunes
- Access more information about the book from the publisher’s website
- Find out more about the 2000 Families research project
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