Adriana Kemp
Adriana Kemp
Professor of Sociology, Tel-Aviv University
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International migration, domestic work, and care work: Undocumented Latina migrants in Israel
R Raijman, S Schammah-Gesser, A Kemp
Gender & Society 17 (5), 727-749, 2003
Contesting the limits of political participation: Latinos and black African migrant workers in Israel
A Kemp, R Raijman, J Resnik, SS Gesser
Ethnic and Racial Studies 23 (1), 94-119, 2000
Israelis in conflict: hegemonies, identities and challenges
A Kemp, N David, R Uri, Y Oren
Brighton: Sussex University Press, 2004
Migrants and workers: The political economy of labor migration in Israel
A Kemp, R Raijman
Tel Aviv: Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 2008
“Tel Aviv Is Not Foreign to You”: Urban Incorporation Policy on Labor Migrants in Israel1
A Kemp, R Raijman
International Migration Review 38 (1), 26-51, 2004
Labour Migration and Racialisation: labour market mechanisms and labour migration control policies in Israel
A Kemp
Social Identities 10 (2), 267-292, 2004
The New Second Generation: Non-Jewish Olim, Black Jews and Children of Migrant Workers in Israel
N Elias, A Kemp
Israel studies 15 (1), 73-94, 2010
Managing migration, reprioritizing national citizenship: Undocumented migrant workers' children and policy reforms in Israel
A Kemp
Theoretical Inquiries in Law 8 (2), 663-692, 2007
Bringing in state regulations, private brokers, and local employers: A meso‐level analysis of labor trafficking in Israel
A Kemp, R Raijman
International Migration Review 48 (3), 604-642, 2014
Christian Zionists in the holy land: Evangelical churches, labor migrants, and the Jewish state
A Kemp, R Raijman
Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 10 (3), 295-318, 2003
Between neoliberal governance and the right to the city: Participatory politics in Berlin and Tel Aviv
A Kemp, H Lebuhn, G Rattner
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 39 (4), 704-725, 2015
Reforming policies on foreign workers in Israel
A Kemp
OECD, 2010
Borders, space and national identity in Israel
A Kemp
Theory and Criticism 16, 13-43, 2000
Labor migration, managing the ethno-national conflict, and client politics in Israel
R Raijman, A Kemp
Transnational migration to Israel in global comparative context, 31-50, 2007
Dangerous populations: State territoriality and the constitution of national minorities
A Kemp
Boundaries and Belonging: States and Societies in the Struggle to Shape …, 2004
Foreigners in the Jewish state: the new politics of migrant-labor in Israel
A Kemp, R Raijman
Israeli Sociology 3 (1), 79-110, 2000
The new immigration to Israel: Becoming a de-facto immigration state in the 1990s
R Raijman, A Kemp
Immigration worldwide, 227-243, 2010
From politics of location to politics of signification: The construction of political territory in Israel's first years
A Kemp
Journal of Area Studies 6 (12), 74-101, 1998
Dramatizing sovereignty: the construction of territorial dispute in the Israeli–Egyptian border at Taba
A Kemp, U Ben-Eliezer
Political Geography 19 (3), 315-344, 2000
The frontier idiom on borders and territorial politics in post-1967 Israel
A Kemp
Geography Research Forum, 78-97, 1999
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