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Publications

Academic Publications

2016

Cebotari, V., Mazzucato, V., & M. Siegel (2016). Gendered perceptions of migration among Ghanaian children in transnational care, Child Indicators Research.

Cebotari, V., Mazzucato, V., & M. Siegel (2016). Child development and migrant transnationalism: the health of children who stay behind in Ghana and Nigeria. The Journal of Development Studies.

Cebotari, V. and V. Mazzucato (2016). Educational Performance of Children of Migrant Parents in Ghana, Nigeria and Angola. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(5), 834-856.

Dito, B., V. Mazzucato & D. Schans (2016) The effects of transnational parenting on the subjective health and well-being of Ghanaian migrants in The Netherlands. Population, Space and Place.

Grassi, M. (2016). Transnationalism and Conjugality: The Angola/Portugal Case. In Mobility and Family in Transnational Space, edited by M. Grassi & T. Ferreira, 7-30. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Marinho, L (2016). Parenting from afar: Parental Arrangements After Migration – The Angola/ Portugal case. In Mobility and Family in Transnational Space, edited by M. Grassi & T. Ferreira, 141-160. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Mazzucato, V., Dankyi, E., & Poeze, M. (in press) Mapping transnational networks of care from a multi-actor and multi-sited perspective. In C. Bolzman, L. Bernardi, and J.M. Le Goff (eds.), Situating children of migrants across borders and origins: A methodological overview. Springer.

Mazzucato, V. and V. Cebotari (2016). Psychological Well-Being of Ghanaian Children in Transnational FamiliesPopulation Space and Place.

Poeze, M., Dankyi, E., and Mazzucato, V. (2016) Navigating transnational childcare relationships: Migrant parents and their children’s caregivers in the origin country. Global Networks.

Poeze, M. and Mazzucato, V. (in press) Transnational mothering and the law: Ghanaian women’s pathways to family reunion and consequences for family life. In M. Kilkey and E. Palenga-Möllenbeck (eds.), Family in the age of migration and mobility. Palgrave MacMillan.

2015

Dankyi, E., V. Mazzucato, and T. Manuh (2015). Reciprocity in global social protection: providing care for migrants’ childrenOxford Development Studies: 1-16.

Grassi, M. & J. Vivet (2015). Cuidar das crianças entre Angola e Portugal: a parentalidade nas famílias transnacionaisSociologia, problemas e prácticais 79: 85-108.

Haagsman, K. (2015). Parenting across borders: effects of transnational parenting on the lives of Angolan and Nigerian migrant parents in The Netherlands. Maastricht University. Maastricht: Datawyse | Universitaire Pers Maastricht.

Haagsman, K., Mazzucato, V. & Dito, B.B. (2015). Transnational families and the subjective well-being of migrant parents: Angolan and Nigerian parents in the NetherlandsEthnic and Racial Studies, 28 (15), 2652-2671.

Mazzucato, V. (2015). Transnational families and the well-being of children and caregivers who stay in origin countries. Social Science & Medicine, 132(0), 208-214.

Mazzucato, V., Cebotari, V., Veale, A., White, A., Grassi, M., & Vivet, J. (2015). International parental migration and the psychological well-being of children in Ghana, Nigeria, and Angola. Social Science & Medicine, 132, 215-224.

2014

Grassi, M. and Vivet, J. (2014). Fathering and Conjugality in Transnational Patchwork Families: the Angola/Portugal case. TL Network e -Working Paper Series 5.

Haagsman, K. (2014). Transnational Child Raising Arrangements: Subjective Well-being Outcomes of Angolan and Nigerian Migrant Parents in The NetherlandsMigration: paths of exploration, Norface Migration: 27-28.

Haagsman, K. and Mazzucato, V. (2014) Transnational parent-child relationships of Angolan and Nigerian migrant parents in The Netherlands. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40(11): 1677-1696.

Marinho, L. (2014). Parent-child separation in Angolan transnational families. Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny 40 (3): pp.187-202.

Mazzucato V. (2014) Child Well-Being and Transnational Families. In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Dordrecht: Springer.

Poeze, M. and E. Dankyi. (2014) Experiences with a Simultaneous Matched Sample Methodology, Migration: paths of exploration, Norface Migration: 16-17.

Poeze, M. and Mazzucato, V. (2014) Ghanaian children in transnational families: Understanding the experiences of left-behind children through local parenting norms. In L. Baldassar and L. Merla (eds.), Transnational families, migration and the circulation of care. Understanding mobility and absence in family life (pp. 149-169). New York: Routledge.

Veale, A. and Andres, C. (2014) ‘‘I wish, I wish…’ Reflections on mobility, immobility and the global ‘imaginings’ of Nigerian transnational children. In Veale, A. & Dona, G (eds). Child & Youth Migration: Mobility-in Migration in an Era of Globalization. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

2013

Mazzucato, V. (2013) Transnational families. In Ness, I. (ed) The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Mazzucato V. (2013) De Keerzijde van migratie: gevolgen voor kinderen die achterblijven. Internationale Spectator 67 (3): 31-37 [Only available in Dutch]

Poeze, M. and V. Mazzucato (2013) Ghanaian children in transnational families: Understanding the experiences of left-behind children through local parenting norms. In L. Baldassar and L. Merla (eds) Transnational Families, Migration and the Circulation of Care. London: Routledge.

Poeze, M and E. Dankyi (2013) Eén familie, twee landen, twee onderzoeksters: Ervaringen met een Simultaneous Matched Sample Methodology. KWALON, 54 (3).

2011

 

Mazzucato, V. and D. Schans (2011) Transnational families and the wellbeing of children: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges. Journal of Marriage and Family 73 (4): 704-712

Awumbila, M., Alhassan, O., Badasu, D. M., Antwi Bosiakoh, T., Dankyi, E. (2011) Socio-cultural dimensions of migration in Ghana; Technical paper no.3. Accra: Woeli Publishing Services

Awumbila, M., Manuh T., Quartey P., Antwi Bosiako, T. A., Addoquaye Tagoe C. (2011) Migration and Mobility in Ghana; Trends, issues and emerging research gaps. Accra: Woeli Publishing Services

2010

Manuh, T., Benneh, Y., Gebe, Y., Anebo, F., Agyei, J. (2010) Legal and institutional dimensions of migration in Ghana; Technical paper no.4. Legon: Accra: Woeli Publishing Services

Ní Laoire, C., Carpena-Méndez, F., Tyrrell, N. and White, A. (2010) Special Issue: Childhood and migration – mobilities, homes and belongings, Childhood 17 (2): 155-162

White, A., Bushin, N., Carpena-Méndez, F. and Ní Laoire, C. (2010) Using visual methodologies to explore contemporary Irish childhoods, Qualitative Research 10 (2): 143-158

Policy briefs

TCRA Policy Brief (2013)

TCRA Policy Brief (2014)

 

In the news and on the web

 

Bolwijn, M. Moeders en Vaders zijn ver weg. De Volkskrant 13 juni 2013

Haagsman, K. Verscheurd door migratie. One World. 7 mei 2015

NORFACE COMPACT SERIES. Migration: Paths of Exploration. Spring 2013

VERSVAK stuk (2014)

 

 

 

PhD theses

PhD dissertation K. Haagsman (2015)

 

Haagsman, K. (2015). Parenting across borders : effects of transnational parenting on the lives of Angolan and Nigerian migrant parents in The Netherlands, Maastricht: Datawyse | Universitaire Pers Maastricht.
Prom./coprom.: Mazzucato, V.; Dito, B.B.