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Ackers, L., P. Dwyer, 2004, “Fixed Laws, Fluid Lives: The Citizenship Status of Post-retirement Migrants in the European Union”, Ageing and Society, 24(3): 451–75.

Ahmed, A. & Hall, K., (2016) Negotiating the challenges of ageing as a British migrant in Spain GeroPsych, 29, pp. 105-114.

Ahmed, A., 2015 Retiring to Spain:British Women’s Narratives of Nostalgia, Belonging and community  Bristol, Policy Press.

Ahmed, A., 2013, "Structural Narrative Analysis Understanding Experiences of Lifestyle Migration Through Two Plot Typologies", Qualitative Inquiry, 19(3): 232-243.

Ahmed, A. 2012 Networks among retired British women in the Costa Blanca: insider, outsiders, ‘club capital’ and ‘limited liability’ Urbanities 2, 2, 95-112

Ahmed, A. 2011 Belonging out of context: the intersection of place, networks and ethnic identity among retired British migrants living in the Costa Blanca, Journal of Identity and Migration Studies vol 5 no 2, 1-18

Åkerlund, U., 2015, “Understanding the production and performance aspects of lifestyle mobilities”, in: K. Torkington, I. David & J. Sardinha (eds.) Practicing the Good Life: lifestyle migration in practices. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 86-104.

Åkerlund, U., Sandberg, L., 2015, “Stories of Lifestyle Mobility: Representing Self and Place in the Search for the ‘Good Life’”, Social and Cultural Geography, 16(3): 351-370.

Åkerlund, U., Lipkina, O., Hall, C.M., 2015, “Second Home Governance in the EU: In and Out of Finland and Malta”, Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 7(1): 77-97.

Åkerlund, U., 2013, “The Best of Both Worlds: Aspirations, Drivers and Practices of Swedish Lifestyle Movers in Malta”, PhD Thesis, Umeå University.

Åkerlund, U., 2013, “Buying a Place Abroad: Processes of Recreational Property Acquisition”, Housing Studies, 28(4): 632-652.

Åkerlund, U., 2012, "Selling a Place in the Sun: Property Mediation as Production of Lifestyle Mobility", Anatolia: an International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 23(2): 251-267

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Balkır, C., I. Südaş. 2014. “Guests and Hosts: European Retirees in Coastal Turkey” Insight Turkey 14 (6): 123-143.

Bantman-Masum, E. 2015 “Migration Machine: Marketing Mexico in the Age of ICTs » in : Frayssé and O’Neil (eds) Digital Labour and Prosumer Capitalism. The US Matrix, Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming)

Bantman-Masum, E. 2015, “Lifestyle Transmigration: Understanding a Hypermobile Minority in Mérida, Mexico”, Journal of Latin American Geography (Forthcoming)

Bantman-Masum, E., 2011, "'You Need to Come Here... to See What Living is Really About'. Staging north American Expatriation in Merida (Mexico)", Miranda n°5 - South and race / Sud et race (Ed. Anne Stefani) - Staging Mobility in the United States / Mise en scène et mobilité aux Etats-Unis (Ed. Emeline Jouve)

Benson, M. and O’Reilly, K. 2018. Lifestyle Migration and Colonial Traces in Malaysia and Panama, Palgrave Macmillan

Benson, M., 2016, ‘Deconstructing Belonging in Lifestyle Migration: Tracking the Emotional Negotiations of the British in Rural France’, European Journal of Cultural Studies 19(5): 481-494 [Available at]

Benson, M., 2015, ‘Lifestyle Migration: From the State of the Art to the Future of the Field’, Two Homelands 42: 9-23.

Benson, M., 2015, ‘Class, race, privilege: structuring the lifestyle migrant experience in Boquete, Panama, Journal of Latin American Geography 14(1): 19-37.

Benson, M., 2014, ‘Negotiating privilege in and through lifestyle migration’, in Benson, M. and Osbaldiston, N. (eds) Understanding lifestyle migration. Basingstoke: MacMillan. pp. 47-69.

Benson, M., 2013, ‘Postcoloniality and privilege in new lifestyle flows: the case of North Americans in Panama’, Mobilities 8(3): 313-330. [Available at]

Benson, M., 2013, "Living the 'Real' Dream in la France profonde? Lifestyle migration, Social Distinction, and the Authenticities of Everyday Life", Anthropological Quaterly 86(2), 501-526.

Benson, M., 2012, ‘How culturally-significant imaginings are translated into lifestyle migration’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 38(10): 1681-1696. [Available at]

Benson, M., 2011, “Landscape, Imagination and Experience: Processes of Emplacement among the British in Rural France”, in Benson, M. and R. Munro, (eds.), Sociological Roots and Political Routes(The Sociological Review Monograph), Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

Benson, M., 2011, “The movement beyond (lifestyle) migration: mobile practices and the constitution of a better way of life”, Mobilities, 6 (2): 221-235.

Benson, M., 2011, The British in Rural France: Lifestyle Migration and the Ongoing Quest for a Better Way of life, Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Benson, M., 2010, “The context and trajectory of lifestyle migration: the case of the British residents of southwest France”, European Societies,12(1): 45-64.

Benson, M., 2008, “Becoming significant: the appropriation of the French rural space by British migrants / L’appropriation de l’espace rural français par les Britanniques”, in Diry, J-P. (ed.) Les étrangers dans les campagnes,Clermont-Ferrand: Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal.

Benson, M. and O’Reilly, K., 2016, ‘From Lifestyle Migration to Lifestyle in Migration: Categories, concepts and ways of thinking’, Migration Studies 4(1): 20-37. [Available Online at:]

Benson, M. and O’Reilly K., 2015, ‘Lifestyle migration’, in Martin, W. and Twigg, J. (eds) Routledge Handbook of Cultural Gerontology. London: Routledge. pp. 420-427.

Benson, M., K. O'Reilly, 2009, Lifestyle Migration. Expectations, Aspirations and Experiences, Ashgate.

Benson, M., K. O’Reilly, 2009, “Migration and the search for a better way of life: a critical exploration of lifestyle migration”, The Sociological Review, 57(4): 608-625.

Benson M. and Osbaldiston, N., 2016, ‘Toward a critical sociology of lifestyle migration: reconceptualising migration and the search for a better way of life’, The Sociological Review 64(3): 407-423. [Available Online at]

Benson, M. and Osbaldiston, N. (2014)  ‘New horizons in lifestyle migration research: theorizing movement, settlement and the search for a better way of life’, in Benson, M. and Osbaldiston, N. (eds) Understanding lifestyle migration. Basingstoke: MacMillan. 1-25.  

Benson, M., and Osbaldiston, N., 2014, Understanding Lifestyle Migration: Theoretical Approaches to Migration and the Quest for a Better Way of Life, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. [ISBN: 978-1137328663]

Betty, C., and Hall, K. 2015. "The Myth of No Return? Why retired British Migrants in Spain Return to the UK" in Torkington, K., I. David, J. Sardinha (eds.), Practising the Good Life: Lifestyle Migration in Practices. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 123-137.

Betty, C. Cahill M.,  1999, "British Expatiates Experiences of Health and Social Services on the Costa del Sol", in Anthias, F & Lazaridis, G. (eds.) Into the Margins: Migration and Exclusion in Southern Europe, Aldershot: Ashgate, 83-103.

Bianchi, R. V., 2000, "Migrant Tourist-Workers: Exploring the 'Contact Zones' of Post-industrial Tourism", Current Issues in Tourism, 3(2): 107-137

Bonisch-Brednich, B., C. Trundle (eds) Local Lives: Migration and the Micro-politics of Place,Aldershot: Ashgate.

Božić, S., 2006, “The Achievement and Potential of International Retirement Migration Research: The Need for Disciplinary Exchange”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32(8): 1415-1427.

Bousiou, P., 2008, The Nomads of Mykonos: Performing Liminalities in a ‘Queer’ Space, Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Bousiou, P., 2003, Soliloquies; an essay film on post-modern nomadic existence, autonomy and aloneness.

Buller, H., K. Hoggart, 1994, International counterurbanization, Aldershot: Avebury.

Buller, H., K. Hoggart, 1994, British home owners in rural France: property selection and characteristics, King’s College London Department of Geography Occasional Paper #40.

Buller, H., K. Hoggart, 1993, French estate agents and house sales to British nationals,King’s College London Department of Geography Occasional Paper #36.

Buller, H., K. Hoggart, 1992, Selling France: Advertising French Houses to Attract British Purchasers. King’s College London Department of Geography Occasional Paper.

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Carson, D.A., Carson, D.B. & Eimermann, M., 2017, International winter tourism entrepreneurs in northern Sweden: understanding migration, lifestyle, and business motivations, Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 18(2), 183-192. DOI: 10.1080/15022250.2017.1339503

Carson, D.A., Cleary, J., de la Barre, S., Eimermann, M., and Marjavaara, R., 2016, New Mobilities - New Economies? Temporary populations and local innovation capacity in sparsely populated areas. In A. Taylor, D.B. Carson, P. Ensign, L. Huskey, R.O. Rasmussen & G. Saxinger (eds.), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 178-206.

Casado-Díaz, M.A. Casado-Díaz, A.B. Casado-Díaz J.M., 2013, "Linking tourism, retirement migration and social capital", Tourism Geographies: An International Journal of Tourism Space, Place and Environment.

Casado-Díaz, M.A., 2011, “The geographies of lifestyle migration”, in Wilson, J. (ed.) Space, place and tourism: New perspectives in tourism geographies, Routledge. 120-125.

Casado-Díaz, J.M., M.A. Casado-Diaz, 2009, “International retirement migration in Alicante”, Report commissioned by the Alicante Provincial Government, Spain, as part of the Alicante Strategic Plan Alicante 2020.

Casado-Díaz, M.A., S. Everett, J. Wilson (eds.), 2007, Social and Cultural Change: Making Space(s) for Leisure and Tourism, Eastbourne: LSA Publications.

Casado-Díaz, M.A., 2006, “Retiring to Spain: An Analysis of Difference among North European Nationals”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32(8): 1321-1339.

Casado-Díaz, M.A., C. Kaiser, A. M. Warnes, 2004, “Northern European retired residents in nine southern European areas: characteristics, motivations and adjustment”, Ageing and Society, 24 (3): 353-381.

Casado-Díaz, M.A., 2001, From Second Homes to Retirement Dwellings: Opportunities for Senior Housing Developments in the Mediterranean Region, Bristol: Bristol Group for Tourism Research.

Casado-Díaz, M.A., 1999, “Socio-demographic impacts of residential tourism: a case study of Torrevieja”, The International Journal of Tourism Research, 1: 223-237.

Cortés, G., Matarrita-Cascante, D., and Rodríguez, M.F., 2014. “International Amenity Migration: Implications for Integrated Community Development Opportunities”, Community Development, 45(5): 507-524.

Cresswell, T., P. Merriman (eds.) 2011, Geographies of Mobilities: Practices, Spaces, Subjects, Farnham: Ashgate Publishing.

Croucher, S., 2016, “Rooted in Relative Privilege: US Expats in Granada, Nicaragua,” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power. Available online at:

Croucher, S., 2012, “Americans Abroad: A Global Diaspora?”  Journal of Transnational American Studies 4, 2: 1-33. Available online at:

Croucher, S., 2012, “Privileged Mobility in an Age of Globality,” Societies. Special issue: On the Move: Human Migration Past, Present and Future 2: 1-13.  Available online at:

Croucher, S., 2011, “The Nonchalant Migrants: Americans Living North of the 49th Parallel,” Journal of International Migration and Integration 12 (2): 113-131.

Croucher, S., 2009, The Other Side of the Fence: American Migrants in Mexico. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Croucher, S., 2009, “Migrants of Privilege: The Political Transnationalism of Americans in Mexico,” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 16 (4): 463-491.

Croucher, S. 2007. “They Love Us Here: American Migrants in Mexico,” Dissent (Winter): 23-29.

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D’Andrea, A., B. Gray, L. Ciolfi, 2011, “Methodological Challenges and Innovations in Mobilities Research”, Mobilities, 6(2).

D’Andrea, A., 2007, “Osho International Meditation Resort (Pune, 2000s): An Anthropological Analysis of Sannyasin Therapies and the Rajneesh Legacy”, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 47(1): 1-26.

D’Andrea, A., 2007, “Deciphering the Scale and Space of Global Nomadism: Subjectivity and Counterculture in a Global Age” in Sassen, S. (ed.), Deciphering the Global: Its Scales, Spaces and Subjects, London: Routledge, pp. 201-220.

D'Andrea, A., 2007, Global Nomads: Techno and New Age as Transnational Countercultures in Ibiza and Goa, London: Routledge.

D’Andrea, A., 2006, “The Spiritual Economy of Nightclubs and Raves: Osho Sannyasins as Party Promoters in Ibiza and Pune-Goa”, Culture and Religion, 7(1): 61-75.

D’Andrea, A., 2006, “Neo-Nomadism: a Theory of Postidentitarian Mobility in the Global Age”, Mobilities, 1(1): 95-119.

D’Andrea, A., 2004, “Global Nomads: Techno and New Age as Transnational Countercultures in Ibiza and Goa”, in St-John, G. (ed.) Rave Culture and Religion, London: Routledge, pp.236-255.

D’Andrea, A., 2000, “The New Age in the Mercosur: Globalization and Reflexivity”, Horizontes Antropológicos, 13: 277-288 (in Portuguese).

D’Andrea, A., 2000, The Perfect Self and the New Age: Individualism and Reflexivity in Post-Traditional Religiosities, São Paulo: Loyola (in Portuguese).

D’Andrea, A., 1997, “Self and Reflexivity in Post-Traditional Religiosities: the New Age Christianity of Paulo Coelho”, Chicago Anthropology Exchange,XXVII: 5-24.

David, I., 2012, “Radio-graphing an ‘expatriate’ space”, in Oliveira, M., Portela P. e Santos L. (eds)  Radio Evolution: Conference Proceedings [e-book] Braga: Universidade do Minho/ECREA.

David, I., M. Eimermann, U. Åkerlund (2015), An exploration of a lifestyle mobility industry, in Torkington, K., I. David, J. Sardinha (eds.), Practising the Good Life: Lifestyle Migration in Practices. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 138-160.

Drake, H., S. Collard, 2008, “A Case Study of Intra-EU Migration. 20 years of the ‘Brits’ in the Pays d'Auge, Normandy, France”, French Politics, 6(3): 214-233.

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Egea, C., Rodríguez, V., 2002, “Determinants of migration in the province of Jaén, Andalusia”, Espaces, Populations, Sociétés, 1(2): 109-124.

Eimermann, M., Tillberg Mattsson, K., and Carson, D.A., forthcoming (accepted 2018), International tourism entrepreneurs in Swedish peripheries: compliance and collision with public tourism strategies, Regional Science, Policy and Practice.

Eimermann, M., and Kordel, S., 2018, International lifestyle migrant entrepreneurs in two New Immigration Destinations: Understanding their evolving mix of embeddedness, Journal of Rural Studies (in press).

Eimermann, M., and Carson, D.A., 2018, European lifestyle migrant entrepreneurs and their business networks in Swedish sparsely populated areas. In S. Kordel, T. Weidinger & I. Jelen (eds.), Current migration processes to European peripheries: status quo, implications and development. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 243-270.

Eimermann, M., Agnidakis, P., Åkerlund, U, Woube, A., 2017, Rural place marketing and consumption-driven mobilities in Northern Sweden: Challenges and opportunities for community sustainability, Journal of Rural and Community Development, 12(2-3): 114.126.

Eimermann, M., 2017, Flying Dutchmen? Return reasoning among Dutch Lifestyle Migrants in Rural Sweden, Mobilities, 12(1): 116-135. DOI: 10.1080/17450101.2014.980128

Eimermann, M., 2016, Two sides of the same coin: Dutch rural tourism entrepreneurs and countryside capital in Sweden, Rural Society, 25(1): 55-73. DOI: 10.1080/10371656.2016.1152033

Eimermann, M., 2015, Lifestyle Migration beyond Consumption – Production Binaries: Dutch Migrants and Multifunctional Rural Land Use in Sweden. Dve Domovini / Two Homelands, 42: 81-96.

Eimermann, M., 2015, Lifestyle Migration to the North: Dutch Families and the Decision to Move to Rural Sweden. Population, Space and Place, 21(1): 68-85. DOI: 10.1002/psp.1807

Eimermann, M., 2015, Promoting Swedish countryside in the Netherlands: International rural place marketing to attract new residents, European Urban and Regional Studies, 22(4): 398-415. DOI: 10.1177/0969776413481370

Eimermann, M., 2015, ‘I felt confined’ - Narratives of ambivalence among Dutch lifestyle migrants in Hällefors, in Eimermann, M., and Trumberg, A. (eds.), Place and Identity – A new landscape of social and political change in Sweden. Stockholm: Santérus Academic Press. pp. 31-56.

Eimermann, M., Trumberg, A., 2015, Place and Identity - A new landscape of social and political change in Sweden. Stockholm: Santérus Academic Press.

Eimermann, M., 2013, There and back again? Dutch lifestyle migrants moving to rural Sweden in the early 21st century. PhD Thesis, Örebro University.

Eimermann, M., Lundmark, M., Müller, D., 2012, Exploring Dutch migration to rural Sweden: International Counterurbanisation in the EU, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 103(3): 330-346. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9663.2011.00696.x

Ertuğrul, G., 2016,  "British Migrants in the Turkish Countryside: Lifestyle Migration, Loss of Social Status and Finding ‘True Life’ in Difference", METU Studies in Development, 43 (2): 475-496.

Etrillard, A., 2014, "English Spoken". Une perspective critique sur les pratiques anglophones en milieu rural breton. In Colonna Romain (ed.), 2015 , Les Locuteurs et les langues : pouvoirs, non-pouvoirs et contre-pouvoirs, Editions Lambert-Lucas, Limoges, 83-94.

Etrillard, A., 2014, ‘This Book will Trigger Dreams’: The Memoirs of Lifestyle Migrants in Rural France - Recounting, Entertaining, Promoting.  Dos Algarves: A Multidisciplinary e-Journal, 24: 64-82.

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Ferbrache, F. and Yarwood, R., 2015 "Britons Abroad or European Citizens? The Negotiation of (Trans)national Space and Citizenship by British Migrants in France" Geoforum. 62: 73-83.

Ferbrache, F., 2011, “British immigrants in France: issues and debates in a broadening research field”, Geography Compass: Environment and Society, 5(10): 737-749.

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Gambold, L. 2018, “DIY Aging: Retirement migration as a new age-inscription”, Anthropology & Aging Quarterly. 23 pgs.

Gambold, L. 2017, “Maybe you will remember”: Interpretation and life course reflexivity”,  AREA, 49(4), 402-408. DOI: 10.1111/area.12344

Gambold, L. 2013, “Retirement Abroad as a Women’s Aging Strategy”, Anthropology & Aging Quarterly, 34(2), 184-198.

Garriz, I., 2011, “The right to the city as a conceptual framework to study the impact of North-South Migration”, Recreation and Society in Africa, Asia and Latin America 2(1): 3-33.

Gatrell, A.C., 2011, Mobilities and Health, Ashgate.

Geoffrey, C., R. Sibley (eds.), Going Abroad: Travel, Tourism and Migration. Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Mobility, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Gervais-Aguer, M., 2006, Prospective analysis, residential choice and territorial attractiveness, Cahiers du GRES 2006-30.

Gibler, K.M., J.M. Casado-Díaz, M.A. Casado-Díaz, V. Rodríguez, P. Taltavull, 2009, “Late Life Second Move Housing Choices of International Retiree Migrants”, International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, 2(2): 190-210.

Giner-Monfort, J., Hall, K. and Betty, C., 2016, “Back to Brit retired British migrants returning from Spain”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42 (5), 797-815.

Glick Schiller, N., and Salazar, N. B., 2013, “Regimes of mobility across the globe”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 39(2): 183-200.

Gustafson, P., 2008, “Transnationalism in retirement migration: The case of North European retirees in Spain”, Ethnic and Racial Studies 31(3): 451-475.

Gustafson, P., 2006, “Place attachment and mobility”, in McIntyre, N., D.R. Williams, K. McHugh (eds.), Multiple Dwelling and Tourism: Negotiating Place, Home and Identity, Wallingford: CAB International.

Gustafson, P., 2002, “Tourism and seasonal retirement migration”, Annals of Tourism Research, 29(4): 899-918; (also published in Spanish, 2002: “Turismo y movimientos migratorios estacionales de personas jubiladas”, Annals of Tourism Research en Español 4(2): 337-359).

Gustafson, P., 2001, “Retirement migration and transnational lifestyles”, Ageing and Society, 21(4): 371-394.

Gustafson, P., Laksfoss Cardozo, A. E., 2017, “Language use and social inclusion in international retirement migration”. Social Inclusion 5(4): 69-77.

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Haas, H.2012, "Volunteering in Retirement Migration: Meanings and Functions of Charitable Activities for Older British Residents in Spain", Ageing and Society.

Halfacree, K.H. and Rivera, J. M. 2012, "Moving to the Countryside... and Staying: Lives beyond Representation", Sociologia Ruralis, 52(1): 92-114.

Hall, K. and Hardill, I. (2014)  Retirement migration, the ‘other’ story: caring for frail elderly British citizens in Spain. Ageing and Society, 36(3), pp. 562-585.

Hall, K., Giner, J. and Betty, C. (2017) To stay or to go? The motivations and experiences of older British returnees from Spain in Vathi, Z. and King, R. Return Migration and Psychosocial Wellbeing, Routledge.

Hall, K. (2016) Retirement Migration and Health: Growing Old in Spain, in F. Thomas (ed.), Handbook of Migration and Health, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Hall, C.M., D. Muller (eds.) 2004, Tourism, Mobility and Second Homes, Clevedon: Channel View Publications.

Hamano, T. 2010, Searching Better Lifestyle in Migration: The Case of Contemporary Japanese Migrants in Australia, Saarbrücken, Germany: LAP Lambert.

Hamano, T. 2005. ‘Japanese Migrants in Australia: A Report on Their Profile and Self-identification as Trans-migrants’, in Ellison D. and Woodward I. (eds.) Sites of Cosmopolitanism: Citizenship, Aesthetics and Culture.),  Nathan QLD:The Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University, 140-46.

Hayes, M. 2018. Gringolandia: Lifestyle Migration Under Late Capitalism. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Hayes, M. 2018. ‘The Gringos of Cuenca: How retirement migrants perceive their impact on lower income communities.’ Area, forthcoming:

Hayes, M and Carlson, J. 2018. ‘Integration Discourse and Practice as a Meaning Making Process: A Cultural Sociology of North American Migration to Cuenca, Ecuador.’ American Journal of Cultural Sociology 6(1): 189-211.

Hayes, M. 2017. ‘The Business Cycle and Capitalist Social Regulation: The Origins of Economic Government,’ in Interrogating the Social: A Critical Sociology for the 21st Century edited by Fuyuki Kurasawa, pp. 127-156. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hayes, M and Pérez Gañán, R. 2017. ‘North-South Migrations and the Asymmetric Expulsions of Late Capitalism: Global Inequality, Arbitrage, and New Dynamics of North-South Transnationalism.’ Migration Studies 5(1): 116-135.

Hayes, M and Tello, M. 2016. ‘En la tierra de los hacendados: migración de amenidad y reproducción de desigualdades locales y globales en Vilcabamba, Ecuador.’ PASOS Edita 16: 99-118.

Hayes, M. 2015. “It is hard being the different one all the time”: gringos and racialized identity in lifestyle migration to Ecuador,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies. 38(6): 943-958.

Hayes, M. 2015. ‘Introduction: The Emerging Lifestyle Migration Industry and Geographies of Transnationalism, Mobility and Displacement in Latin America. Journal of Latin American Geography 14(1): 8-17.

Hayes, M. 2015. ‘Into the Universe of the Hacienda: lifestyle migration, individualism and social dislocation in Vilcabamba, Ecuador.’ Journal of Latin American Geography 14(1): 79-100.

Hayes, M. 2015. ‘Moving South: The Economic Motives and Structural Context of North America's Emigrants in Cuenca, Ecuador.’ Mobilities 10(2): 267-284.

Hayes, M., 2014, “We gained a lot over what we would have had”: The Geographic Arbitrage of America's Lifestyle Migrants to Cuenca, Ecuador.’ Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (12): 1953–1971.

Higgins, K., W. (2017). Lifestyle migration and settler colonialism: the imaginative geographies of British migrants to Aotearoa New Zealand. Population, Space and Place. 1-25. doi: 10.1002/psp.2112 [IF: 1.7]

Hoey, B. 2016.  ‘Negotiating Work and Family: Lifestyle Migration, Potential Selves, and the Role of Second Homes as Potential Spaces.’ Leisure Studies Vol. 35(1): 64-77.

Hoey, B. 2015.  ‘Capitalizing on Distinctiveness: Creating WV for a New Economy.’ Journal of Appalachian Studies Vol. 21(2): 64-85.

Hoey, B. 2015.  ‘Creating Healthy Community in the Postindustrial City” in L. King, ed. Recovery, Renewal, Reclaiming Anthropological Research Towards Healing, Knoxville: University of Tennessee Newfound Press, pp. 6-44.  

Hoey, B. 2015. ‘Post-Industrial Societies’ in James Wright, ed. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (2nd edition, Vol. 18), Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 663-669.

Hoey, B. 2014. Opting for Elsewhere: Lifestyle Migration in the American Middle Class. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.

Hoey, B. 2014. ‘Theorising the “Fifth Migration” in the United States: Understanding Lifestyle Migration from an Integrated Approach’ in Michaela Benson and Nicholas Osbaldiston, eds.  Understanding Lifestyle Migration: Theoretical Approaches to Migration and the Quest for a Better Life, Bassingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 71-91.

Hoey, B., 2010, ‘Locating Personhood and Place in the Commodity Landscape.’ City and Society, 22(2): 207-210.

Hoey, B., 2010, ‘Personhood in Place: Personal and Local Character for Sustainable Narrative of Self.’ City and Society 22(2): 237–26.

Hoey, B., 2008, ‘American Dreaming: Refugees from Corporate Work Seek the Good Life,’ in Rudd, E., L. Descartes, eds. The Changing Landscape of Work and Family in the American Middle Class,Lanham, MD: Lexington, 117-139.

Hoey, B., 2007, ‘Therapeutic Uses of Place in the Intentional Space of Purposive Community,’ in Williams A., ed. Therapeutic Landscapes: Advances and Applications, London: Ashgate, pp. 297-314.

Hoey, B., 2006, ‘Grey Suit or Brown Carhartt: Narrative Transition, Relocation and Reorientation in the Lives of Corporate Refugees.’ Journal of Anthropological Research, 62(3):586-624.

Hoey, B., 2005, ‘From Pi to Pie: Moral Narratives of Noneconomic Migration and Starting Over in the Postindustrial Midwest.’ Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 34(5): 586-624.

Hoey, B., 2003, ‘Nationalism in Indonesia: Building Imagined Community and Intentional Communities through Transmigration.’ Ethnology, 42(2):109-126.

Holland, C., E. Martin, 2015 "Lifestyle migration and work", Hospitality and Society, 9(1).

Huber, A., K. O’Reilly, 2004, “The construction of Heimat under conditions of individualised modernity: Swiss and British elderly migrants in Spain”, Ageing and Society, 24(3): 327-352.

Hoggart, K., H. Buller, 1994, “Property Agents as Gatekeepers in British House Purchases in Rural France”, Geoforum, 25(2): 173-187.

Huete, R.; A.  Mantecón & J. Estévez, 2013, “Challenges in Lifestyle Migration Research: Reflections and Findings about the Spanish Crisis”. Mobilities, 8 (3): 331-348.

Huete, R., A.  Mantecón, 2012, “Residential tourism or lifestyle migration. Social problems linked to the non-definition of the situation”. In O. Moufakkir & P. Burns (eds.) Controversies in Tourism. Wallingford: CABI, pp. 160-173.

Huete, R., A. Mantecón, T. Mazón, 2008, “Analysing the Social Perception of Residential Tourism Development”, in Costa, C., P. Cravo (coord.),Advances in Tourism Research,Aveiro: IASK, 153-161.

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Igarashi, H. 2015, "Privileged Japanese Transnational Families in Hawaii as Lifestyle Migrants." Global Networks 15(1):99-117.

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