Aneta Piekut is a lecturer at the Univeristy of Sheffield and a research fellow at the Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw. Her substantive work covers four research areas: (1) Complexities of attitudes and ethnic/racial prejudice in the UK and Poland; (2) International migration and its consequences for local communities and inter-ethnic relations; (3) Patterns and theories of spatial segregation; and (4) Measuring public opinion on immigration.

Expertise

Migration processes
Cross-cutting topics in migration research
Disciplines
Methods
Geographies

Roles

  • University of Warsaw, Centre of Migration Research

    University, Warsaw, Poland
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Research

Multidimensional Diversity in Two European Cities: Thinking beyond Ethnicity

Authors Aneta Piekut, Philip Rees, Gill Valentine, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space
Citations (WoS) 24
1 Journal Article

Perceived Diversity and Acceptance of Minority Ethnic Groups in Two Urban Contexts

Authors G Valentine, Aneta Piekut
Year 2016
Journal Name EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 5
2 Journal Article

Spaces of encounter and attitudes towards difference: A comparative study of two European cities

Authors G Valentine, Aneta Piekut
Year 2017
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
Citations (WoS) 12
3 Journal Article

Adaptation of immigrants on the Lublin labor market

Year 2008
Book Title Foreign migrations and labor market processes-the case of the Lublin region
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4 Book Chapter

Multiplicity of dimensions - so what integration? Review of topics and methods of integration research

Year 2008
Book Title Problems of immigrants’ integration. Concepts, research, politics
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5 Book Chapter

Integration: A Supplementary Driver of Immigration?

Year 2010
Book Title Immigration to Poland: policy, employment, integration
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6 Book Chapter

Selected aspects of immigrant integration: in search of mechanisms conducive to further influx of foreigners to Poland

Year 2010
Book Title Not obvious transformation. Poland as a country of immigration
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7 Book Chapter

Visible and Invisible Ethnic ‘Others’ in Warsaw: Spaces of Encounter and Places of Exclusion

Year 2012
Book Title Chasing Warsaw Socio-Material Dynamics of Urban Change since 1990
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10 Book Chapter
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