Population ageing and the globalisation of international migration are challenging the research agendas of social scientists around the world, and posing numerous challenges for policy makers and practitioners whose goal is to formulate and design high-quality and user-friendly policies and services. Both of these phenomena have brought, for example, attention to the fact that more and more people around the world are ageing in countries other than those where they were born. The fact that elderly care sectors around the world need to recruit staff if they are to handle the growing number of older people that will need their services is also something that has been discussed when population ageing and the globalisation of international migration have been debated. The elderly care sector’s reliance on people with migrant backgrounds has namely increased as a result of these phenomena.
This collection is therefore situated at the intersection of ageing and migration studies and takes into account the various issues with which this intersection is concerned. The chapters in this volume are written by established researchers in the field of ageing and migration around the world. The collection explores these issues in three sections:
- Elderly care regimes and migration regimes: national perspectives
- Ageing in contexts of migration: a multifaceted phenomenon
- Elderly care and migration.
The expert contributions in this volume address the array of issues associated with the study of ageing, old age and elderly care in contexts of migration.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part 1|68 pages
Elderly care regimes and migration regimes
part 2|64 pages
Ageing in the context of migration
part 3|53 pages
Elderly care in the context of migration