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Dikaiou, M., & Kiosseoglou, G. (1994). Identified problems and coping strategies: gipsy minority versus non-minority adolescents. International Migration, XXXI(3), 473–495.   
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Dikaiou, M. (1990). Illiteracy and tsigani minority children in northern greece: an exploration of parents' and children's views. International Migration, XXVIII(1), 47–68.   
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Dikaiou, M., Sakka, D., & Haritos-Fatouros, M. (1987). Maternal attitudes of greek migrant women. International Migration, XXV(1), 73–86.   
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Dikaiou, M. (1989). Peer interaction in migrant children observational data and parents' evaluations. International Migration, XXVII(1), 49–67.   
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Dikaiou, M. (1994). Present realities and futures prospects among greeks returners. International Migration, XXXII(1), 29–47.   
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Donato, K. M., Aguilera, M., & Wakabayashi, C. (2005). Immigration policy and employment conditions of us immigrants from mexico, nicaragua, and the dominican republic. International Migration, 43(5), 5–29.   
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Doron, A., & Kargar, H. J. (1994). The politics of immigration policy in israel. International Migration, XXXI(3), 497–512.   
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Downing, T. (1992). The use of bilingual/bicultural workers as providers and interpreters. International Migration, XXX, 121–130.   
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Drbohlav, D., & Dzúrová, D. (2007). "where are they going?": immigrant inclusion in the czech republic (a case study on ukrainians, vietnamese, and armenians in prague)1 (p ) duan. International Migration, 45(2), 69–95.   
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Dresner, J. (2008). International labour migrants' return to meiji-era yamaguchi and hiroshima : economic and social effects. International Migration, 46(3), 65–94.   
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Drinkwater, S., Eade, J., & Garapich, M. (2009). Poles apart? eu enlargement and the labour market outcomes of immigrants in the united kingdom. International Migration, 47(1), 161–190.   
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Du Toit, B. M. (1991). Immigration and ethnicity. International Migration, XXIX(1), 77–88.   
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Duman, B. L. (1990). The israeli kibbutz ulpan: a critical look at a unique method of immigrant orientation and absorption. International Migration, XXVIII(1), 69–79.   
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Dumon, W. A. (1983). Effects of undocumented migration for individuals concerned. International Migration, XXI(2), 218–229.   
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Dumon, W. A. (1989). Family and migration. International Migration, XXVII(2), 251–270.   
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Dumon, W. (1979). The situation of children of migrants and their adaptation and integration in the host society, and their situation in the country of origin. International Migration, XXII(1/2), 59–75.   
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Eastmond, M. (2006). Transnational returns and reconstruction in post-war bosnia and herzegovina. International Migration, 44(3), 141–166.   
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Ebrahim, S. (1992). Social and medical problems of elderly migrants. International Migration, XXX, 179–197.   
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Eelens, F. (1988). Early return of sri lanka migrants in the middle east. International Migration, XXVI(4), 401–415.   
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Eisikovits, R. A., & Schechter, H. (2007). Social and academic adaptation styles of female students who immigrated alone from the former soviet union to israel. International Migration, 45(2), 97–120.   
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