About the Journal
Migration Letters is an international leading scholarly journal for researchers, students, scholars who investigate human migration as well as practitioners and quick dissemination of research in the field through its letter type format enabling concise sharing of short accounts of research, debates, case studies, book reviews and viewpoints in this multidisciplinary field of social sciences. Migration Letters is the first-ever letter-type journal in migration studies launched in 2004. It is following a strict double-blind peer review policy for research articles. Migration Letters is published bimonthly in January, March, May, July, September, and November.
ISSN: 1741-8984 | e-ISSN: 1741-8992 | The abbreviated title of Migration Letters journal is: Migrat. Lett. | Migration Letters is abstracted and indexed widely including by SCOPUS and Web of Science.
Most read articles in Migration Letters 2020
- Sirkeci and Yucesahin. - Coronavirus and Migration: Analysis of Human Mobility and the Spread of Covid-19
- Omata - Contributors or competitors? Complexity and variability of refugees’ economic ‘impacts’ within a Kenyan host community
- Gökalp Aras et al. - The international migration and foreign policy nexus: the case of Syrian refugee crisis and Turkey
- Ozkul - Participatory Research: Still a One-Sided Research Agenda?
- Öztürk - The Repertoire of Extraterritorial Repression: Diasporas and Home States
- Sirkeci et al. - Göç ve Türkiye
- Cohen - Modeling Migration, Insecurity and COVID-19
- Yazgan et al. - Syrian Crisis and Migration
- Francisco-Menchavez et al. - Mula Sa Masa, Tungo Sa Masa, From the People, To the People: Building Migrant Worker Power through Participatory Action Research
- Oliveira et al. - The Seductive Nature of Participatory Research: Reflecting on More than a Decade of Work with Marginalized Migrants in South Africa