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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.
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.
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.
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.
Gustafson, P., 2008, “Transnationalism in retirement migration: The case of North European retirees in Spain”, Ethnic and Racial Studies 31(3): 451-475.
Haas, H.2012, “Volunteering in Retirement Migration: Meanings and Functions of Charitable Activities for Older British Residents in Spain”, Ageing and Society.
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 forthcoming) 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.
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.
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.
Janoschka, M., R. Durán (2014): Lifestyle Migrants in Spain: Contested Realities of Political Participation. – Janoschka, M., H. Haas (eds., 2014): Contested Spatialities of Lifestyle Migration and Residential Tourism. Routledge: London, 60-73.
Janoschka, M., 2010, “Between mobility and mobilisation – lifestyle migration and the practice of European identity in political struggles”, The Sociological Review, 58(2): 270-290.
Kordel, S., 2015 “Being a tourist – being at home: reconstructing tourist experiences and negotiating home in retirement migrants‘ daily lives”, in Torkington, K., David, I., Sardinha, J. (eds.): Practising the Good Life / The Good Life in Practises. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 105-122.
Kordel, S., 2016 “The production of spaces of the good life – the case of lifestyle migrants in Spain”, Leisure Studies 35(2), 129-140.
Madden, L., 1999, “Making money in the sun: the development of British- and Irish-owned businesses in the Costa del Sol”, Research Papers in Geography 36, University of Sussex, Brighton.
Mantecón, A., R. Huete, 2011, “Sociological insights on residential tourism: host society attitudes in a mature destination”, European Journal of Tourism Research, 4(2): 109-122.
Oliver, C. 2015, ‘Ageing, Embodiment and Emotions in Orientations to Home: British Retirement Migration in Spain,’ in Nare, L. And Walsh, K. Home and Transnationalism in Older Age. London: Routledge.
Oliver, C. 2011. ‘Pastures New or Old? Migration, Narrative and Change’ in Special Issue of Anthropologica ed. V.Amit and K.Fog-Olwig. 53 (1).
Oliver, C., 2010, “Between time not there and time not theirs. Temporality in Retirement Migration to Spain”, The Journal of Aging, Humanities and the Arts, 4(2): 110-118.
Oliver, C. and O’Reilly, K. 2010. ‘A Bourdieusian Analysis of Class and Migration. Habitus and the Individualising Process’. Sociology 44 (1). 49-66.
Oliver, C., 2010, “The Global Governance of Lifestyle Migration” in Betts, A. (ed.), Global Migration Governance, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Oliver, C., 2007, “Imagined Communitas: Older Migrants and Aspirational Mobility”, in Amit, V. (ed.), Going First Class? New Approaches towards Privileged Movement and Travel,Oxford:Berghahn, EASA series.
Oliver, C., 2007, Retirement Migration: Paradoxes of Ageing, New York: Routledge.
Oliver, C., 2006, “More than just a tourist: Distinction, old age and the selective consumption of tourist space”, in Meethan, K., A. Anderson, S. Miles (eds.), Tourism, Consumption and Representation, Wallingford: CAB International.
Oliver, C., 2004, “Cultural Influence in Migrants’ Negotiation of Death: The Case of Retired Migrants in Spain”, Mortality, 9(3): 235-254.
Oliver, C., 2000, “We’ve Got the Style it Takes. British National Identities in Andalucía”, Identity and/in Movement edition of Intergraph. Journal of Dialogic Anthropology.
Rodríguez, V., 2001, “Tourism as a recruiting post for retirement migration”, Tourism Geographies, 3(1), 52-63.
Rodriguez, V., C. Egea Jiménez, 2006, “Return and the Social Environment of Andalusian Emigrants in Europe”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32(8): 1377-1393.
Rodríguez, V., F. Rojo, G. Fernández-Mayoralas, 2004, “International Retirement Migration: Retired Europeans Living on the Costa Del Sol”, Spain Population Review, 43(1).