Lanham, USA: Rowmann & Littlefield
In Deviant Destinations: Zimbabwe and North to South Migration, Rose Jaji critiques and challenges assumptions made about migration between the global North and South. Zimbabwe does not conform to the conventional profile of a destination country, yet it is home to migrants from the global North. Jaji examines the dynamics and contradictions of transnational migration in Zimbabwe, how migrants challenge the migration lexicon in which countries and mobile populations are categorized, and the socioeconomic division of urban space. This book is recommended for students and scholars of migration studies, sociology, anthropology, African studies, and political science.