“This volume is an important contribution to the complex and challenging issue of family migration. Though a scholarly work, its accessible style will interest students, academics, policy advisers and the public.” Loretta Baldassar, Monash University Prato Centre, Italy
"Though literature of family in migration is often caught in culture-specific problematics, this book's special focus on both macro and micro levels expands its potential readership beyond scholars. A real success." Rosita Fibbi, Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
"The diversity of disciplinary approaches on gender, generation and the family with an international focus alongside an emphasis on the social and cultural concomitants of migration marks this as essential reading."
-- Kanwal Mand, School of Applied Social Science, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK|"This edited volume constitutes, no doubt, an important input to a better understanding of the relationship between families and international migration, taking also into account gender and intergenerational dimensions." -- European Journal of Population, Vol.28, 2012