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Utilization of Standardized Mental Health Assessments in Anthropological Research: Possibilities and Pitfalls

Authors Emily Mendenhall, Brandon A. Kohrt, Kristin Yarris
Year 2016
Journal Name CULTURE MEDICINE AND PSYCHIATRY
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1 Journal Article

Evaluation of an organizational health intervention for low-skilled workers and immigrants

Authors Christine Busch, Tobias Koch, Julia Clasen, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name HUMAN RELATIONS
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2 Journal Article

Sport for development and peace: a call for transnational, multi-sited, postcolonial feminist research

Authors Lyndsay M. C. Hayhurst
Year 2016
Journal Name QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN SPORT EXERCISE AND HEALTH
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3 Journal Article

Qualitative Methods in Migration Studies: A Critical Realist Perspective.

Authors Shailja Sharma
Year 2013
Journal Name QUALITATIVE RESEARCH
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4 Journal Article

Qualitative Methods in Migration Studies: A Critical Realist Perspective

Authors Zana Vathi
Year 2013
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 1
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5 Journal Article

Barefoot in Britain: Anthropological research on Asian immigrants

Authors Pnina Werbner
Year 1987
Journal Name JOURNAL OF ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
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6 Journal Article

Promiscuous Analysis in Qualitative Research

Authors Sara M. Childers
Year 2014
Journal Name QUALITATIVE INQUIRY
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7 Journal Article

Epistemological Issues in Qualitative Migration Research: Self-Reflexivity, Objectivity and Subjectivity

Authors Theodoros Iosifides
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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8 Book Chapter

Research-Policy Relations and Migration Studies

Authors Peter Scholten
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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9 Book Chapter

Researching refugee youth in the Middle East: Reflections on the importance of comparative research

Authors Dawn Chatty
Year 2007
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 9
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10 Journal Article

Researching refugee youth in the Middle East: Reflections on the importance of comparative research

Authors Dawn Chatty
Year 2007
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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11 Journal Article

Transnational nurse migration: Future directions for medical anthropological research

Authors Megan Prescott, Mark Nichter
Year 2014
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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12 Journal Article

Anthropological Perspectives on Intangible Cultural Heritage

Authors Cristina Amescua, Lourdes Arizpe
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13 Book

Migration and cultural heterogeneity. Based on anthropological research in Poznań

Authors Michal Buchowski, Jacek Schmidt
Year 2012
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14 Book

Migration and cultural heterogeneity. Based on anthropological research in Poznań

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15 Book

Migration and cultural heterogeneity. Based on anthropological research in Poznań

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16 Book

TRADE UNIONS, DISCRIMINATION AND LEGAL MOBILIZATION : MAKING RIGHTS EFFECTIVE

Year 2014
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This research project consists in analysing the under-researched but strategic role of trade unions in the getting and enforcement of statutory rights in relation to sex, race and other forms of discrimination. By reflecting on the conditions under which trade unions are likely to mobilize legally on behalf of their members and act as “bridging institutions” between the legal system and the organizational field, this project addresses issues key to contemporary policy and academic debates exploring the effectiveness of different mechanisms of rights enforcement and the potential of reflexive regulation, but also some of its limitations. Drawing on a multidisciplinary approach that bridges legal mobilization literature, industrial relations and feminist studies, this project will contribute to the academic debate on the role of “legal intermediaries” in the promotion of rights, emphasizing the under-researched role of trade unions, the variety of their legal mobilization strategies across countries and over time, but also the “contested” nature of their legal engagement with anti-discrimination law. More specifically, this research project will consider how “gender neutral” norms and practices impact upon men and women differentially, while emphasizing the usefulness of legal mobilization to bringing about transformative social and political change. This cross-fertilization between feminist perspectives and mainstream disciplines is certainly one of the main originality of this project. It also innovates by undertaking a cross-national and cross-organizational comparative work on the uses of legal mobilization looking into unions’ legal strategies in France and in the UK, in a historical perspective (1970-2015). The combination of various qualitative methodological approaches will contribute to the strengthening of the “discursive” study of legal mobilizations and bring new insights on the conditions under which legal rights are interpreted, contested and mobilized.
17 Project

Context-Based Qualitative Research and Multi-sited Migration Studies in Europe

Authors Russell King
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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18 Book Chapter

Mapping the Qualitative Migration Research in Europe: An Exploratory Analysis

Authors Ricard Zapata-Barrero, Evren Yalaz
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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19 Book Chapter

Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies

Authors Ricard Zapata-Barrero, Evren Yalaz
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20 Book

Radical contextualization: contributions to an anthropology of racial/ethnic health disparities

Authors Rachel Chapman, Berggren
Year 2005
Journal Name HEALTH
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21 Journal Article

Insider or outsider, both or neither: some dilemmas of interviewing in a cross-cultural setting

Authors B Mullings
Year 1999
Journal Name GEOFORUM
Citations (WoS) 186
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22 Journal Article

International Refugee Law and Refugee Policy: The Case of Deterrence Policies

Authors Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen
Year 2014
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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23 Journal Article

'Don't say "research"': reducing bidirectional risk in Kibera slum

Authors E. Ashley Wilson
Year 2018
Journal Name CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE
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24 Journal Article

International Refugee Law and Refugee Policy: The Case of Deterrence Policies

Authors Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen
Year 2014
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 14
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25 Journal Article

New genealogy: It's not just for kinship anymore

Authors Robert J. Quinlan, Edward H. Hagen
Year 2008
Journal Name FIELD METHODS
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26 Journal Article

Methods in Research on Research

Year 2016
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Our aim is to create, in Europe, an innovative and ambitious multidisciplinary intersectoral joint doctoral training programme, dedicated to Methods in Research on Research (MIROR) in the field of clinical research. “Research on Research”, is an emerging new scientific discipline that aims to reduce waste in research and increase research value. Waste in research represents tens of billions of Euros spent each year on studies that are redundant, flawed in their design, never published or poorly reported. The public is the main victim of this waste and reducing waste and increasing value of research represents a major societal challenge. Our proposal involving 15 early-stage researchers, aims to 1) prepare students for envisioning the future challenges in clinical research and find innovative solutions to face them, 2) train students to go well beyond the state-of-the-art in their research, 3) help students think differently, taking advantage of the multidisciplinary expertise and intercultural diversity of the network, 4) teach students how to move from research to action and convert knowledge and idea into a product, and 5) help students develop skills to match the public and private sector needs and create new professional opportunities. MIROR will bring together 7 world-class research teams in various disciplines (computer sciences, applied mathematics, biostatistics, bioinformatics, clinical epidemiology, psychology, social sciences and translational medicine) from 6 different European countries; 6 non-academic partners involved in diverse sectors, and 4 major academic partners. We will tackle several steps of a clinical research project (planning, conduct, reporting and the peer-review); various study designs (observational studies, randomised trials, systematic reviews); various study questions (therapeutic, diagnostic, and prognostic evaluation) using various methods (meta-epidemiologic studies, qualitative studies, experimental studies, simulations etc).
28 Project

On the irrelevance of ethnicity in children's organization of their social world

Authors Livia Jimenez Sedano
Year 2012
Journal Name CHILDHOOD-A GLOBAL JOURNAL OF CHILD RESEARCH
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29 Journal Article

Diaspora and mapping methodologies: tracing transnational digital connections with 'mattering maps'

Authors Donya Alinejad, Laura Candidatu, Melis Mevsimler, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name GLOBAL NETWORKS-A JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Citations (WoS) 1
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30 Journal Article

Queen Njinga in a South-Atlantic Dialogue: Gender, Race and Identity

Authors Doris Wieser
Year 2017
Journal Name IBEROAMERICANA
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31 Journal Article

The use of triangulation in a study of refugee well-being

Authors JK Kopinak
Year 1999
Journal Name QUALITY & QUANTITY
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32 Journal Article

Working in the Dark: Why Social Anthropological Research is Essential in Refugee Administration

Authors SIDNEY R. WALDRON
Year 1988
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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33 Journal Article

"I Am Standing Still": The Impact of Immigration Regulations on the Career Aspirations of Wives of International Students in the USA

Authors Samit Dipon Bordoloi
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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34 Journal Article

"I Am Standing Still": The Impact of Immigration Regulations on the Career Aspirations of Wives of International Students in the USA

Authors Samit Dipon Bordoloi
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
Citations (WoS) 1
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35 Journal Article

Getting in Trouble: Feminist Postcritical Policy Ethnography in an Urban School

Authors Sara M. Childers
Year 2011
Journal Name QUALITATIVE INQUIRY
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36 Journal Article

Introduction: Preparing the Way for Qualitative Research in Migration Studies

Authors Evren Yalaz, Ricard Zapata-Barrero
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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38 Book Chapter

Ethics and quality in social research in health. Mismatches of reality

Authors Susana Ramirez Hita
Year 2011
Journal Name ACTA BIOETHICA
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39 Journal Article

Committed objectivity in race-class-gender research

Authors B Agozino
Year 1999
Journal Name QUALITY & QUANTITY
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40 Journal Article

How to Construct a Mixed Methods Research Design

Authors Judith Schoonenboom, R. Burke Johnson
Year 2017
Journal Name KOLNER ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SOZIOLOGIE UND SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
Citations (WoS) 14
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41 Journal Article

How to Construct a Mixed Methods Research Design

Authors Judith Schoonenboom, R. Burke Johnson
Year 2017
Journal Name KOLNER ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SOZIOLOGIE UND SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
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42 Journal Article

Qualitative to quantitative: linked trajectory of method triangulation in a study on HIV/AIDS in Goa, India

Authors Ajay Bailey, Inge Hutter
Year 2008
Journal Name AIDS CARE-PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIO-MEDICAL ASPECTS OF AIDS/HIV
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43 Journal Article

Tale of Two Citizenships? Citizenship, Migration and Care in the European Union

Authors Heli Askola
Year 2012
Journal Name SOCIAL & LEGAL STUDIES
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44 Journal Article

EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF STRUCTURAL POLICIES ON HEALTH INEQUALITIES AND THEIR SOCIAL DETERMINANTS AND FOSTERING CHANGE

Year 2011
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The need to deal with health inequalities is now on the agenda of key supranational institutions, such as the European Commission (EC). To tackle the so-called “causes of the causes of health inequity”, the focus should be put on structural policies, policies that – especially in the current times of financial and employment crisis – influence patterns of social stratification, living and working conditions, and thus people's health. The SOPHIE project aims to generate new evidence on the impact and effectiveness of structural policies in reducing health inequalities, and to develop innovative methodologies for the evaluation of these policies in Europe. We will study major policy areas, including macro-economy, welfare state, labour market and employment relations, built environment, housing, as well as gender-oriented and immigration-related policies. Examples of these policies at the European, national and local levels will be examined, in addition to their impacts on health inequalities by social class, gender and migrant status. The project will develop theoretical frameworks as well as quantitative and qualitative methods for evaluating the effectiveness of such policies in different contexts. Novel methods that are useful for evaluating the impact of complex social interventions will be employed, including realist reviews, explanatory case studies and concept mapping. Particular attention will be given to increasing the involvement of affected stakeholders (civil society and deprived population groups) in the identification, design and evaluation of policies to tackle health inequalities. Affected communities and stakeholders will work with responsible policymakers in activities of dissemination of results, knowledge transfer and translation of findings into policy recommendations. Through SOPHIE, the EC will gain knowledge on the impact on health and health inequalities of social and economic policies which may be implemented or recommended to Member States
46 Project

Feminism and migration

Authors Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo
Year 2000
Journal Name ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
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47 Journal Article

Categorising What We Study and What We Analyse, and the Exercise of Interpretation

Authors Dirk Jacobs
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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48 Book Chapter

The anthropological demography of Europe

Authors Laura Bernardi, Inge Hutter
Year 2007
Journal Name DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH
Citations (WoS) 13
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49 Journal Article

Towards a critical moral anthropology

Year 2009
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Consubstantial to the founding project of social sciences, moral issues have been eclipsed for a long time in sociological and anthropological research. Without neglecting recent efforts of social scientists to readdress them, my intention is to take up this repressed ambition by laying the foundations of a critical moral anthropology. The crucial importance of morals in everyday life as well as in global crisis, in the evaluation of actions as well as in the justification of policies, in the relations with others as well as in the construction of social identities makes this ambition a reasonable necessity. Empirical validation will be done through a comparative ethnography of moral economies around two groups: immigrants in juridical precariousness; adolescents from underprivileged areas. Our study will concern their interactions with regulation structures police and justice, social work and mental health. It will enlighten the concepts of moral work and stakes, of moral categories and evaluation, of moral communities and boundaries. Fieldwork will be mainly conducted in the banlieues of Paris. For the immigrants, we will study how situations and claims are evaluated at the border to enter the territory (Waiting Zone for Foreigners of Roissy) or in case of appeal for refugees (National Court for Asylum); we will also analyze processes of sanction for their illegal situation (Retention Center of Coquelles) or for offences (Prisons of La Santé, Fresnes and Val d Oise). For the adolescents, we will focus on the ordinary setting of institutions in charge of these publics (Val d Oise), but also on two innovative responses based on mental health (Network of Yvelines Sud and House for Adolescents of Val d Oise East). Based mainly on anthropology and sociology, the project also involves political science, philosophy, psychology and psychiatry. The research team includes the PI, 5 post-docs, 5 PhD students and two part-time researchers, all from IRIS.
51 Project

Assessing alcohol consumption: developments from qualitative research methods

Authors Lee Strunin
Year 2001
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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52 Journal Article

Mobility of Health Professionals

Year 2008
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In the medium-scale collaborative project with partners inside and outside the EU, scientific institutes with the capacities to conduct sound investigations will cooperate with worldwide active international health service organisations which have information and global links for research on international mobility. General objective is to research on current trends of mobility of health professionals to, from and within the EU. Research will also be conducted in Non-European sending and receiving countries, but the focus lies on the EU: comparative studies in a selected range of representative states will determine the impact of different types of migration on national health systems. An innovative approach will generate more comparable, specified and qualified data gathered by mainly qualitative research and aims for quantities of migration flows as well as detailed qualities like professions, motives, circumstances and the social context, i.e. push and pull factors. Crucial for the approach are key stakeholders which represent the relevant categories in national health systems to collect existing data and statistics, but first of all to generate new, qualitative data. In-depth interviews based on thematic guidelines with representatives of key stakeholders enable a triangulation of data, i.e. the expertise on health professionals´ mobility and its impact on structures and processes of health systems will qualify the quantitative findings and explore what mobility means for the health system and the persons and organisations involved. The project’s policy dimension comprises recommendations on human resource policies in European and third countries for policy and decision makers on the basis of sound empirical research with conceptual frameworks for monitoring systems concerning the mobility of health workers as a key part. Consultation meetings and roundtables with policymakers will be essential in the project.
53 Project

MOHPROF: Mobility of Health Professionals

Year 2008
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In the medium-scale collaborative project with partners inside and outside the EU, scientific institutes with the capacities to conduct sound investigations will cooperate with worldwide active international health service organisations which have information and global links for research on international mobility. General objective is to research on current trends of mobility of health professionals to, from and within the EU. Research will also be conducted in Non-European sending and receiving countries, but the focus lies on the EU: comparative studies in a selected range of representative states will determine the impact of different types of migration on national health systems. An innovative approach will generate more comparable, specified and qualified data gathered by mainly qualitative research and aims for quantities of migration flows as well as detailed qualities like professions, motives, circumstances and the social context, i.e. push and pull factors. Crucial for the approach are key stakeholders which represent the relevant categories in national health systems to collect existing data and statistics, but first of all to generate new, qualitative data. In-depth interviews based on thematic guidelines with representatives of key stakeholders enable a triangulation of data, i.e. the expertise on health professionals´ mobility and its impact on structures and processes of health systems will qualify the quantitative findings and explore what mobility means for the health system and the persons and organisations involved. The project’s policy dimension comprises recommendations on human resource policies in European and third countries for policy and decision makers on the basis of sound empirical research with conceptual frameworks for monitoring systems concerning the mobility of health workers as a key part. Consultation meetings and roundtables with policymakers will be essential in the project.
54 Project

Vibing with Blackness: Critical Considerations of Black Panther and Exceptional Black Positionings

Authors Derilene (Dee) Marco
Year 2018
Journal Name ARTS
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55 Journal Article

Separate Roads to Feminism: Black, Chicana, and White Feminist Movements in America's Second Wave

Authors Alma M García
Year 2007
Journal Name LATINO STUDIES
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56 Journal Article

Mexican Immigrants, Anthropology, and United States Law: Pragmatics, Dilemmas, and Ethics of Expert Witness Testimony

Authors H Campbell, Brian Diedrich, Jeremy Slack
Year 2017
Journal Name HUMAN ORGANIZATION
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57 Journal Article

Triangulating Public Administrational and Genealogical Data. The Case of Australian Migration Research

Authors Janette Young
Year 2009
Journal Name HISTORICAL SOCIAL RESEARCH-HISTORISCHE SOZIALFORSCHUNG
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58 Journal Article

Experimental Research Methods in Migration: From Natural to True Experiments

Authors Balaz, Allan Williams
Year 2017
Journal Name POPULATION SPACE AND PLACE
Citations (WoS) 4
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59 Journal Article

The Second Generation in Chile: Negotiating Identities, Rights, and Public Policy

Authors Iskra Pavez-Soto, Carol Chan
Year 2018
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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60 Journal Article

The Second Generation in Chile: Negotiating Identities, Rights, and Public Policy

Authors Iskra Pavez-Soto, Carol Chan
Year 2018
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 1
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61 Journal Article

Gender and migration in the central valleys of Oaxaca

Authors Jeffrey H. Cohen, Leila Rodriguez, Margaret Fox
Year 2008
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 18
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62 Journal Article

Migration, Unemployment, and Lifeworld: Challenges for a New Critical Qualitative Inquiry in Migration

Authors Uwe Flick, Andreas Hirseland, Gundula Roehnsch, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name QUALITATIVE INQUIRY
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63 Journal Article

"What Makes a Woman a Woman?" Versus "Our First Lady of Sport": A Comparative Analysis of the United States and the South African Media Coverage of Caster Semenya

Authors Cheryl Cooky, Shari L. Dworkin, Ranissa Dycus
Year 2013
Journal Name JOURNAL OF SPORT & SOCIAL ISSUES
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64 Journal Article

Heinz Kimmerle's intercultural philosophy and the quest for epistemic justice

Authors Renate Schepen, Anke Graness
Year 2019
Journal Name TD-THE JOURNAL FOR TRANSDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
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65 Journal Article

Formative research methods to understand patient and provider responses to heart attack symptoms

Authors LC Leviton, Jason A. Gilliland, Elissa R. Weitzman, ...
Year 1999
Journal Name EVALUATION AND PROGRAM PLANNING
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66 Journal Article

Pregnant, privileged and PhDing: exploring embodiments in qualitative research

Authors Victoria Kannen
Year 2013
Journal Name JOURNAL OF GENDER STUDIES
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67 Journal Article

Negative pathways to psychiatric care and ethnicity: the bridge between social science and psychiatry

Authors C Morgan, G Hutchinson, R Mallett, ...
Year 2004
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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68 Journal Article

Researching Trafficked Women: On Institutional Resistance and the Limits to Feminist Reflexivity

Authors Mary Bosworth, Carolyn Hoyle, Michelle Madden Dempsey
Year 2011
Journal Name QUALITATIVE INQUIRY
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69 Journal Article

Visual identity in Facebook

Authors Paula Uimonen
Year 2013
Journal Name VISUAL STUDIES
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70 Journal Article

Culture, History, and Health in an Australian Aboriginal Community: The Case of Utopia

Authors Heather Anderson, Emma Kowal
Year 2012
Journal Name MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
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71 Journal Article

Challenges for Qualitative Inquiry as a Global Endeavor: Introduction to the Special Issue Introduction

Authors Uwe Flick
Year 2014
Journal Name QUALITATIVE INQUIRY
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72 Journal Article

Applied Political Theory and Qualitative Research in Migration Studies

Authors Ricard Zapata-Barrero
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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73 Book Chapter

The Interview in Migration Studies: A Step towards a Dialogue and Knowledge Co-production?

Authors Violetta Zentai, Olena Fedyuk
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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74 Book Chapter

Stress, Pregnancy, and Motherhood: Implications for Birth Weights in the Borderlands of Texas

Authors K. Jill Fleuriet, T. S. Sunil
Year 2017
Journal Name MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY QUARTERLY
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75 Journal Article

Gender and migration in the central valleys of Oaxaca

Authors Jeffrey H. Cohen, Leila Rodriguez, Margaret Fox
Year 2008
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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76 Journal Article

Music, Digitization, Mediation: Towards Interdisciplinary Music Studies

Year 2010
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Music is rapidly being transformed by digital technologies; it is in the vanguard of the changes to contemporary cultures and cultural economies afforded by digitization, and is widely seen as a test case of digitization’s effects. Yet the academic music disciplines have not responded with research on these fundamental developments. This project, by combining two innovative interdisciplinary components, aims systematically to advance the state of contemporary music research, while contributing to social and media theory. It will be the first research programme to analyse comprehensively the range of interrelated transformations in music and musical experience wrought by digital technologies. The first element of the project is a comparative programme of ethnographic studies examining transformations in creative, performance and improvisation practices, the nature of music as a cultural object, new aesthetic forms, altered modes of musical consumption and circulation, and changing industry and institutional structures. Given the ease of transnational distribution of digitized musics, research will also follow certain genres as they circulate among diasporic groups. These and related issues will be studied in five countries, each intrinsically significant as well as yielding instructive comparisons between them: the UK, Cuba, Kenya, India and Turkey. The emphasis in each ethnography will be on analyzing the embedded nature of digital musical practices in local cultural, social, economic and political conditions. Second, on the basis of this programme, the project aims to advance contemporary music research by developing an interdisciplinary theory and methodology which progresses beyond the current state of the field. Music research has been divided between disciplines such as musicology and music analysis which address the musical object and centre on art musics, and sociological and anthropological approaches which privilege music’s social, institutional and discursive forms and focus primarily on popular and vernacular musics. The present project bridges these divisions by expounding an innovative theory and methodology focused on music’s mediation, one that integrates recent elements of social, anthropological and media theory. Moreover it addresses music’s digital transformations across the spectrum of contemporary musics: art, popular and vernacular, commercial and non-commercial. Given that music’s core properties – mediation, performance, improvisation, affect, complex materialities – are also core concerns of contemporary social theory, the research will in turn contribute to ‘musicalising’ social theory. The project aims to have far-reaching impacts, creating a field of comparative studies of digital music cultures while reconfiguring the interdisciplinary foundations of music research.
77 Project

Migration, Poland and problems with multiculturalism

Authors Janusz Mucha
Year 2016
Journal Name Studia Migracyjne - Przegląd Polonijny
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78 Journal Article

Challenges of Grounding Universal Human Rights. Indigenous epistemologies of human rightsand intercultural dialogue in consultation processes on natural resource exploitation

Year 2016
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GROUNDHR investigates how the construction of intercultural dialogue can be advanced as a means of grounding universal human rights in different contexts of cultural diversity. Despite the theoretical consensus, after decades of debate, that universal human rights do not require uniformity, the integration of cultural diversity in human rights’ norms and practice remains hard to realize. This research sees the ‘intercultural interpretation of human rights’ as a way to anchor universal human rights’ norms in a dialogue with what de Sousa Santos calls ‘Epistemologies of the South’. These locally-grounded views are rooted in other forms of knowledge belonging to those groups systematically excluded and silenced by colonialism and capitalism. However, a huge knowledge gap concerning these other human rights views exits. Therefore, from a methodological point of view, this project demonstrates the richness of a bottom-up, empirically grounded research by focusing on the human rights of indigenous peoples in Latin America. GROUNDHR’ design is grounded in a legal anthropological comparative, Guatemala and Colombia, approach applying methodological triangulation in order to grasp the (inter)national and local legal perceptions. It examines the challenges of grounding indigenous epistemologies of the human right to water and the construction of intercultural dialogue through the prism of consultation processes on hydroelectric dams. In Latin America, the implementation gap regarding this right to prior consultation about large-scale development projects in indigenous territories stands high on the political agenda. On the applied level, GROUNDHR will build strong practice-based evidence about these consultation processes, providing a richer understanding of the overall research question. Its results will also be translated into policy recommendations drawing on lessons learned and best practices that will guide stakeholders in future consultations.
79 Project

Antisemitism research using methodological triangulation: a case study in Germany

Authors Samuel Salzborn, Peter Schmidt, Burkhard Brosig
Year 2011
Journal Name QUALITY & QUANTITY
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80 Journal Article

Policy Analysis in the Netherlands: Institutionalization and Performance

Authors Frans Van Nispen, Peter Scholten
Year 2014
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81 Book

Notes for a decolonial feminism research methodology. Epistemological connections

Authors Mariana Noel Guerra Perez
Year 2018
Journal Name RELIGACION-REVISTA DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y HUMANIDADES
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82 Journal Article

Transition to adulthood among the children of Turkish immigrants: A mixed-methods study based on the SOEP

Year 2014
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This project is founded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). It relates to the research work carried out in the context of the German-French DFG–ANR (French National Research Agency) project “Professional strategies and status transitions of young adults with a migration background in German-French comparison” (in cooperation with the Centre Marc Bloch in Berlin). Prof. Olaf Groh-Samberg and Dr. Ingrid Tucci coordinate the project. The researchers will analyze the life courses of young people with a Turkish background.. A unique feature of this study is the integrated analysis of quantitative and qualitative data using a mixed-method design. The aim is to gain an interpretive understanding of these individuals' life courses as well as their handling with contextual factors. To this end, qualitative interviews will be carried out with 30 selected longtime respondents to the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP). The research project aims at facilitating interpretation of the life course patterns of children of Turkish migrants identified in quantitative analyses in order to better understand their life decisions, individual experiences, strategies of action, and ways of dealing with the conditions imposed by personal contexts and social environments. It will investigate whether and to what extent biographical turning points can be identified in the life course and will analyze the interviews to test and refine existing theories about the conditions for upward social mobility. A final goal is to explore the potentials, problems, limitations, and particularly the importance of the methodological triangulation for panel surveys as well as possible survey effects in subsequent waves.
83 Project

Race, ethnicity, and racism in medical anthropology, 1977-2002

Authors Clarence C. Gravlee, Elizabeth Sweet
Year 2008
Journal Name MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY QUARTERLY
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84 Journal Article

Technology, Biopolitics, Rationalities and Choices: Recent Studies of Reproduction

Authors Andrea Whittaker
Year 2015
Journal Name MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
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85 Journal Article

Macro, meso, micro: broadening the 'social' of social network analysis with a mixed methods approach

Authors Mireia Bolibar
Year 2016
Journal Name QUALITY & QUANTITY
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86 Journal Article

Letters from America. The emigration of Asturians throughout their correspondence. 1864-1925

Authors J Lopez Alvarez
Year 2000
Journal Name REVISTA DE DIALECTOLOGIA Y TRADICIONES POPULARES
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87 Journal Article

Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies

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Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies.

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89 Book

The Effect of Second Reception Center Practices on Refugee Experiences in Sicily

Authors Russell Rice Manzano, Joanna Z. Mishtal, Shana Harris
Year 2018
Journal Name HUMAN ORGANIZATION
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90 Journal Article

Reenvisioning Gifted Education in British Columbia: A Qualitative Research Protocol of Policy Analysis in the Context of a Redesigned Curriculum

Authors C. Owen Lo, I-Chen Wu, Yuen Sze Michelle Tan, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS
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91 Journal Article

The politics of policy practices

Authors Natalie Gill, C Waterton, Singleton
Year 2017
Journal Name SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 4
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92 Journal Article

Female Shame, Male Honor: The Chastity Code in Juan Luis Vives' De institutione feminae Christianae

Authors Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist
Year 2012
Journal Name JOURNAL OF FAMILY HISTORY
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93 Journal Article

Inside out: some notes on carrying out feminist research in cross-cultural interviews with South Asian women immigration applicants

Authors RACHEL A. HILL
Year 2004
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
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94 Journal Article

Embodying Metissage: Entangling Memory, Identity and Difference in Feminist Intercultural Storymaking

Authors Marilyn Metta
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL STUDIES
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95 Journal Article

Social Capital and Employment Outcomes of Zimbabwean Immigrants in the United States

Authors Josphine Chaumba
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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96 Journal Article

Migration and Democratic Diffusion: Comparing the Impact of Migration on Democratic Participation and Processes in Countries of Origin

Year 2018
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The objective of this project is to unravel the impact of migration on democratic participation and processes in countries of origin. Both international migration and democratic development are important contemporary public and policy concerns. Recent studies of transnational migrant practices have uncovered how migrants influence democratic participation in their homelands through the remittance of money and newfound ideas about democracy from afar or through return. Yet, there is still little comparative knowledge of how these processes intersect with broader economic, social and political transformations in countries of origin. Moreover, complex migration experiences and nonlinear processes of democratization in countries of origin point to the need for a more nuanced conceptualization of what kind of political ideas circulate and are negotiated among migrants, return migrants and non-migrants in countries of origin. The proposed project outlines an ambitious long-term comparative research strategy to analyse and theorize the scope and dynamics of processes of democratic diffusion through migration. The research strategy of the project is innovative in combining analysis of democratic diffusion across three countries of origin and at three levels of democratic participation and processes: individual citizens, civil society and among political leaders and representatives. To that end the project draws on both statistical and qualitative research methods and analysis. The project will analyse already existing aggregate data on remittances and political behaviour and, importantly, generate new comprehensive datasets based on surveys and in-depth qualitative research among non-migrants and returnees in countries of origin. Consequently, the project will contribute to our theoretical understanding of the conditions under which migration can influence democratic processes as well as the broader research fields of democracy studies, migration and citizenship.
97 Project

A Mixed-Methods Approach

Authors Marieke Slootman
Book Title Ethnic Identity, Social Mobility and the Role of Soulmates
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98 Book Chapter

Searching for Love and Test-Tube Babies: Iraqi Refugee Men in Reproductive Exile on the Margins of Detroit

Authors MC Inhorn
Year 2018
Journal Name MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
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99 Journal Article

Social Capital and Employment Outcomes of Zimbabwean Immigrants in the United States

Authors Josphine Chaumba
Year 2016
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
Citations (WoS) 1
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100 Journal Article
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