ExiTT: Exit – Transit – Transformation (DeZIM)

The project prepared for fund-raising for a large-scale research project that procedurally traces, documents and analyses processes of migration from origin countries, from the starting point, over the route, until integration in the destination countries and their societies from social, economic, political and cultural aspects. At the same time, it will analyse the political, economic, societal, discursive and legal transformation of the sending, transit and receiving/destination countries as well as political, economic, societal, discursive and legal repercussions by, for example, transnational relationships, re-migration, circular migration or post-migration mobility. To grasp such complex processes a multi-local, multi-method as well as interdisciplinary research approach is required.
The research approach is multidisciplinary: it is intended to apply research perspectives from sociology, political sciences, psychology, geography, history, cultural sciences and economics in order to design questionnaires, to conceive the regional case studies and to carry out the data analyses.

Principal investigators
Foroutan Mahin, Naika Prof. Dr. (Details) (Head of Department / Secretary)
Brücker, Herbert Prof. Dr. (Details) (Economic Migration and Integration Research)
Kluge, Ulrike Prof. Dr. (Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin)

Participating external organisations

Sonstige Bundesministerien

Duration of project
Start date: 01/2018
End date: 01/2020

Research Areas

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