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One wave of reforms, many outputs: the diffusion of European asylum policies beyond Europe

Authors Nina Guerin
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN PUBLIC POLICY
Citations (WoS) 1
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1 Journal Article

Framing the Immigration Policy Agenda

Authors Rianne Dekker, Peter Scholten
Year 2017
Journal Name The International Journal of Press/Politics
Citations (WoS) 8
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2 Journal Article

Being a politically active emigrant. The political structuring of the French and Italians abroad: a comparative analysis of mobile citizens

Year 2017
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This research project aims to understand the organizational and cognitive consequences of the election of specific national political representatives by citizens living abroad. The proposal is based on a comparative analysis of two expatriate populations with such rights, Italians and French, in two host countries, Belgium and Canada. The focus of the research is the motivations, representations and strategies of politically active emigrants in branches of home political parties abroad. The research will be done through an original multi-methods research design – computer-assisted discourse analysis, qualitative comparative analysis and quantitative questionnaire analysis – to gather rich and sociologically relevant data. The combination of CAQDAS techniques with QCA, as a comparative tool of analysis, will produce robust results and provide good grounds for tentative generalization beyond the considered case studies. The project will originally contribute to the theoretical advancement of many research fields. It will develop the theory of political parties, since the knowledge is weak and fragmentary concerning the role and functioning of political parties abroad, and almost inexistent in non-contentious contexts. The project will also advance the theory of transnational politics, since it will focus on two dimensions underdeveloped in the existing literature: the involvement of emigrants in home politics and the analysis of banal transnational politics. The project will finally contribute to the theory of national identity and citizenship since it will question the reconfiguration of established nation states that might result from giving citizenship rights and representation to nationals living abroad. In a policy perspective the research responds to recurring demands to further investigate the governance of migration as well as the implications of multilevel citizenship in a context of growing mobility of EU citizens from, to and within the EU.
3 Project

Influence of racial stereotypes on investigative decision-making in criminal investigations: A qualitative comparative analysis

Authors Rashid Minhas, Dave Walsh
Year 2018
Journal Name COGENT SOCIAL SCIENCES
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4 Journal Article

Hotel decision-making during multiple crises: A chaordic perspective

Authors Nikolaos Pappas
Year 2018
Journal Name TOURISM MANAGEMENT
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5 Journal Article

Students' use of evaluative language in L2 English to talk and write about history in a bilingual education programme

Authors Tom Morton, Ana Llinares
Year 2018
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION AND BILINGUALISM
Citations (WoS) 1
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6 Journal Article

Tourism and the refugee crisis in Greece: Perceptions and decision-making of accommodation providers

Authors Nikolaos Pappas, Andreas Papatheodorou
Year 2017
Journal Name TOURISM MANAGEMENT
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7 Journal Article

Multiple paths to inequality. How institutional contexts shape the educational opportunities of second-generation immigrants in Europe

Authors Camilla Borgna
Year 2016
Journal Name EUROPEAN SOCIETIES
Citations (WoS) 1
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8 Journal Article

Threat, Competition, and Mobilizing Structures: Motivational and Organizational Contingencies of the Civil Rights-Era Ku Klux Klan

Authors Peter B. Owens, David Cunningham, Geoff Ward
Year 2015
Journal Name SOCIAL PROBLEMS
Citations (WoS) 4
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9 Journal Article

'Yarn about it': Aboriginal Australian women's perceptions of the impact of routine enquiry for intimate partner violence

Authors Jo Spangaro, Anthony Zwi, Jane Koziol-McLain, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name CULTURE HEALTH & SEXUALITY
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10 Journal Article

Two effective causal paths that explain the adoption of US state environmental justice policy

Authors Yushim Kim, Stefan Verweij
Year 2016
Journal Name POLICY SCIENCES
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11 Journal Article

Why do some oil exporters experience civil war but others do not?: investigating the conditional effects of oil

Authors Matthias Basedau, Thomas O. Richter
Year 2014
Journal Name EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 23
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12 Journal Article

The bargaining power of sending countries in influencing the rights of their low skilled migrant workers

Year 2018
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This project asks how governments of migrant sending countries can influence the rights of their low skilled migrant workers in receiving countries. The project approaches this question from both the sending and the receiving country side; looking at factors that determine when and how sending states intervene and what determines the responses from receiving countries. The surplus of aspiring migrants and economic importance of remittances would suggest sending states have little bargaining power. Single case studies however suggest that some nevertheless intervene. A comprehensive overview of the drivers of immigration and emigration policy will result in a set of hypotheses. A survey of policy makers in sending countries will generate an overview of interventions by sending country governments. The project’s core is a systematic comparative case study of six sending countries with partly overlapping receiving countries and three of these receiving countries. The sending country cases are three sets of two countries in which migrant remittances constitute a similar share of GDP but involvement with the rights of their workers abroad differ; the Philippines, Senegal, India, Ecuador, Morocco and Vietnam. The receiving countries are South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Italy. These countries vary strongly in the rights for migrant workers and the level of cooperation with sending states. QCA and process tracing will be used to assess the hypotheses. The project is innovative in 1) providing a systematic analysis of a larger number of cases including countries rarely covered in comparative studies on migrant rights, 2) examining of the actions of both sending and receiving countries, and 3) taking the trade-off between migrant numbers and rights into account. The project will push theory development forward by connecting theoretical fields and expanding geographic scope. It is policy-relevant by providing further insight into how the rights of migrant workers can be improved.
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Aligning Migration Management and the Migration-Development Nexus

Year 2018
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In order to manage the long-term challenges of global migration, Europe must create effective and coherent policies for engaging with countries of origin and transit. Effectiveness and cohesion depend on the real-world mechanisms at work: How do the root causes of migration operate? What do prospective migrants see as alternatives to migration? How do policy measures interact with other factors in shaping migration outcomes? Because the quality of policies is so intimately connected with the actual development-related causes and consequences of migration, MIGNEX addresses the full scope of the topic as described in the Work Programme. The project’s overall objective is to contribute to more effective and coherent migration management through evidence-based understanding of the linkages between development and migration. Steps toward this objective comprise extensive research in ten strategically relevant countries of origin and transit, including Afghanistan, Guinea, Somalia, Nigeria and Turkey. The project team will conduct a survey with a target sample of 12,500 individuals, in addition to qualitative data collection and policy analysis. Correctly identifying two-way causal mechanisms between migration and development is imperative but very difficult. The project design incorporates two innovative responses to this challenge. First, it follows a principle of disaggregation, which, among other things, entails specific attention to local-level mechanisms. Second, the analysis combines conventional methods, such as multivariate regression, with Qualitative Comparative Analysis, which is a technique that allows for identifying complex causal relationship on the basis of in-depth case studies. In the analysis of policy coherence, the consortium will focus on identifying the causes of incoherence. The proposal clearly specifies three primary expected impacts and sets out an ambitious and professional strategy for impact maximization.
14 Project

Crossing the Eastern Mediterranean Sea in Search of “Protection”

Authors Dallal Stevens, Angeliki Dimitriadi
Year 2019
Journal Name Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies
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15 Journal Article

Displaced Art and the Reconstruction of Memory: Ukrainian Artists from Crimea and Donbas

Authors Iuliia Lashchuk
Year 2018
Journal Name Open Cultural Studies
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17 Journal Article

Confrontational yet submissive: Calculated ambivalence and populist parties’ strategies of responding to racism accusations in the media

Authors Niko Hatakka, Mari K Niemi, Matti Välimäki
Year 2017
Journal Name Discourse & Society
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18 Journal Article
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