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Amelina, A., & Faist, T. (2008). Turkish migrant associations in germany: between integration pressure and transnational linkages. Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales, 24(2), 91–120.   
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Bauböck, R. (2010). Cold constellations and hot identities: political theory questions about transnationalim and diaspora. In R. Bauböck & T. Faist (Eds.), Diaspora and transnationalism : concepts, theories and methods (pp. 295–321). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Bauböck, R., & Faist, T. (Eds.). Diaspora and transnationalism : concepts, theories and methods. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Dahinden, J. (2010). The dynamics of migrants' transnational formations: between mobility and locality. In R. Bauböck & T. Faist (Eds.), Diaspora and transnationalism : concepts, theories and methods (pp. 51–71). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Delgado Wise, R., & Márquez Covarrubias, H. (2010). Understanding the relationship between migration and development : toward a new theoretical approach. In N. G. Schiller & T. Faist (Eds.), Migration, development, and transnationalization : a critical stance (pp. 142–175). New York: Berghahn Books.   
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Faist, T. (2010). The crucial meso-level. In M. Martiniello & J. Rath (Eds.), Selected studies in international migration and immigrant incorporation (pp. 59–90). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Faist, T. (2010). The crucial meso-level. In S. Vertovec (Ed.), Migration. Volume I : Theories (pp. 146–175). London ; New York: Routledge.   
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Faist, T. (2010). Diaspora and transnationalism: what kind of dance partners? In R. Bauböck & T. Faist (Eds.), Diaspora and transnationalism : concepts, theories and methods (pp. 9–34). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Faist, T., Gerdes, J., & Rieple, B. (2007). Dual citizenship as a path-dependent process. In A. Portes & J. DeWind (Eds.), Rethinking migration : new theoretical and empirical perspectives (pp. 90–121). New York ; Oxford: Berghahn Books.   
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Faist, T. (1993). From school to work : public policy and underclass formation among young turks in germany during the 1980s. International migration review(102), 306–331.   
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Faist, T. (2012). Toward a transnational methodology : methods to address methodological nationalism, essentialism, and positionality. Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales, 28(1), 51–70.   
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Faist, T., & Ozveren, E. (Eds.). Transnational social spaces : agents, networks, and institutions. Burlington, VT: Ashgate.   
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Faist, T., & Ozveren, E. (2004). Transnational social spaces : agents, networks, and institutions. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate.   
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Faist, T. (2007). The transnational turn : migration and politics. In A. Kumar Sahoo & B. Maharaj (Eds.), Sociology of diaspora : a reader (volume 1) (pp. 227–266). Japur ; New Delhi ; Bangalore ; Mumbai ; Hyderabad ; Guwahati: Rawat publications.   
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Faist, T. (2008). Transnationalisation in north and south: concepts, methology and venues for research. In R. G. Anghel, E. Gerharz, G. Rescher & M. Salzbrunn (Eds.), The making of world society : perspectives from transnational research (Global studies) (pp. 25–50). Bielefeld: Transcript.   
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Faist, T. (2010). Transnationalisation: its conceptual and empirical relevance. In C. Audebert & M. K. Doraï (Eds.), Migration in a globalised world: new research issues and prospects (IMISCOE Research) (pp. 79–105). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Faist, T. (1999). Transnationalism in international migration: implications for the study of citizenship and culture. Transnational Communities : online working paper series(WPTC-99-08).   
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Faist, T. (2010). Transnationalization and development : toward an alternative agenda. In N. G. Schiller & T. Faist (Eds.), Migration, development, and transnationalization : a critical stance (pp. 63–99). New York: Berghahn Books.   
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Faist, T. (2007). Transstate migration and development : a critical analysis of the new enthusiasm. In E. Berggren, B. Likic-Brboric, G. Toksöz & N. Trimikliniotis (Eds.), Irregular migration, Informal Labour and Community : A Challenge for Europe (pp. 332–349). Maastricht: Shaker Publishing.   
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Faist, T. (2000). The volume and dynamics of international migration and transnational social spaces. Oxford: Clarendon Press.   
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