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Exploring Involvement of Immigrant Organizations With the Young 1.5 and 2nd Generations: Latin American Associations in Canada and Israel

Authors Deby Babis, Deby Babis, Agnes G. Meinhard, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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1 Journal Article

A Comparative Study of Resilience in Survivors of War Rape and Sexual Violence: New Directions for Transitional Justice

Year 2017
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The profound trauma associated with rape and sexual violence in conflict has been extensively explored within existing scholarship. The fact that many survivors exhibit remarkable post-trauma resilience, however, remains critically under-investigated. CSRS will address this fundamental gap by undertaking a paradigm-shifting empirical study of the underlying conditions for resilience. It will then use this data to pioneer a new, survivor-centred model of transitional justice – the process of redressing the legacy of massive human rights abuses. Using the three comparative case studies of Bosnia-Hercegovina (BiH), the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Colombia, and adopting a social-ecological approach that emphasizes the interactions between individuals and their environments, CSRS consists of two inter-linked parts. The first part will involve extensive fieldwork, using a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods, to generate a rich cross-cultural dataset that identifies and explains the key micro, meso and macro factors that foster resilience in survivors of war rape and sexual violence. The second part of CSRS will use this dataset to build an innovative, bottom-up model of transitional justice that prioritizes the long-term needs of survivors, reflecting the project’s hypothesis that a positive correlation exists between fulfilment of needs and resilience. This model will be developed with the input of survivors in BiH, the DRC and Colombia and in consultation with transitional justice scholars and practitioners. CSRS aims to transform transitional justice theory and practice. The project outputs will therefore include both academic publications and policy reports to communicate the model to the governments of the case study countries, the United Nations and a wider international audience with the overall aim of making empowerment and resilience part of a new transitional justice agenda.
2 Project

Comparative Analysis of Social Spaces in Post-Industrial Nations

Year 2016
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The proposed research has two overarching objectives. First, it aims to examine whether it is possible and appropriate to extend a novel way of measuring social class recently devised for the United Kingdom to other post-industrial nations for the purposes of cross-national comparative research. If it is, the project will begin to explore, through secondary and primary analysis of large-scale survey data, the different shapes and trajectories of the class structures – or ‘social spaces’ – of various nation states. This will involve examination of which classes and sub-classes predominate and which have emerged or declined, as well as the different gender and ethnic/nationality constitutions of the classes and the distinct effects these differences have for understanding cultural and political struggles and, ultimately, the distribution of power or ‘recognition’ in each country. Second, the project aims to explore, through both statistical analysis and qualitative interviews, how social class is actually lived, experienced and balanced against other pressures and sources of recognition in everyday life, with a focus on three specific nations: the United States, Germany and Sweden. Of particular interest in this respect is the balancing of desire for recognition through money and education – the two cornerstones of social class in post-industrial capitalist societies – and their associated lifestyles with desires for recognition and love within the family. The comparative analysis included in both research aims will be guided by the hypothesis that national differences depend on the nature of the welfare regime in operation, especially as it relates to the nature and extent of workforce feminisation, though the research will also be alive to the possibility of alternative – or no significant – sources of contrast.
3 Project

A Local Dimension of Integration Policies? A Comparative Study of Berlin, Malmo, and Rotterdam

Authors Rianne Dekker, Peter Scholten, Henrik Emilsson, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW
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4 Journal Article

Institutional Habitus and Educational Achievement: A Comparative Case Study in Germany and Turkey

Authors Çetin Çelik
Year 2017
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The educational achievement of students from working-class ethnic minority or immigrant back-grounds is vitally important for their integration into the labor market and society. We know from research that their disadvantaged family back-ground, such as low parental education and income, significantly influences these students’ academic achievement. However, as students increasingly spend most of their time in school contexts, school has also become one of the key factors for under-standing educational performance. In this context, interactions of specific school regulations, practices, and structures with the skills, values, and cultures of students can greatly contribute to the development of educational policies for reforming schools in a way that would increase the educational achieve-ment of students from disadvantaged backgrounds. This study conceptualizes school-related factors as institutional habitus and seeks to understand how schools’ institutional habitus accommodate students from different ethnic and minority back-grounds for making empirical contributions to the development of inclusive and intercultural school structures. This report is based on a comparative study that investigates the components of the institutional habitus of two different schools, one in Turkey and one in Germany, and how they influence the educa-tional performance of children from working-class Kurdish ethnic minority backgrounds in Turkey and working-class Turkish immigrant backgrounds in Germany. This exploratory, qualitative study included interviews with teachers, students, school principals, and experts in the field of education, as well as participatory observations in the classroom and beyond.
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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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6 Journal Article

Comparative analysis of the feeling of subjective well-being and resilience of repatriates

Authors Galina A. Epanchintseva, Tatyana Bendas, Lydmila Zubova, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name AMAZONIA INVESTIGA
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7 Journal Article

Gender and the radical right in Western Europe: a comparative analysis of policy agendas

Authors Tjitske Akkerman
Year 2015
Journal Name PATTERNS OF PREJUDICE
Citations (WoS) 18
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8 Journal Article

Gender and the radical right in Western Europe: a comparative analysis of policy agendas

Authors Tjitske Akkerman
Year 2015
Journal Name PATTERNS OF PREJUDICE
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9 Journal Article

Study on Airport Asylum Procedures at European Airports

Year 2008
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The Swiss Federal Office for Migration (BFM) has commissioned the ICMPD to undertake a comparative study of asylum procedures at seven European airports - Zürich, Brussels, Frankfurt a.M., London-Heathrow, Vienna, Paris-Roissy and Schiphol. Objectives • To provide an overview of the legal and practical framework and methods applied in the selected airports • To enable the BMF to put the Swiss policies into a European perspective • To design better and more rational airport asylum procedures Outcomes Comparative analysis of: • Asylum procedure at the airport • Accommodation of asylum seekers during the procedure in the transit zone • Deportation and securing The study includes elements of field research (qualitative interviews with governmental, non-governmental and international organisations involved as well as visitation of the respective premises at the airport) and desk research (examination of legal texts, literature and relevant statistics).
10 Project

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.
11 Project

Social Environmental Influences on Smoking and Cessation: Qualitative Perspectives Among Chinese-Speaking Smokers and Nonsmokers in California

Authors Anne Saw, Janice Y. Tsoh, Debora Paterniti, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
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12 Journal Article

La inmigración brasileña en Portugal y España: ¿sistema migratorio ibérico?

Authors Beatriz Padilla, Erika Masanet Ripoll
Year 2010
Journal Name OBETS. Revista de Ciencias Sociales
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13 Journal Article

Immigration, local policy, and national identity in the suburban United States

Authors Kyle E. Walker
Year 2014
Journal Name URBAN GEOGRAPHY
Citations (WoS) 8
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14 Journal Article

Social Environmental Influences on Smoking and Cessation: Qualitative Perspectives Among Chinese-Speaking Smokers and Nonsmokers in California

Authors Anne Saw, Janice Y. Tsoh, Debora Paterniti, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 5
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15 Journal Article

Hotel decision-making during multiple crises: A chaordic perspective

Authors Nikolaos Pappas
Year 2018
Journal Name TOURISM MANAGEMENT
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16 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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17 Journal Article

Migration and sex trafficking in North America

Authors Simon Pedro Izcara Palacios
Year 2019
Journal Name REVISTA DE ESTUDIOS SOCIALES
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18 Journal Article

Motor Coordination Test 3JS: Assessing and analyzing its implementation

Authors Jose Manuel Cenizo Benjumea, Javier Ravelo Afonso, Sergio Morilla Pineda, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name RETOS-NUEVAS TENDENCIAS EN EDUCACION FISICA DEPORTE Y RECREACION
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19 Journal Article

Goal ambiguity and informal discretion in the implementation of public policies: the case of Spanish immigration policy

Authors Joelle Bastien
Year 2009
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES
Citations (WoS) 7
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20 Journal Article

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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21 Journal Article

TIMING FERTILIY- A Comparative Analysis of Time Constructions and the Social Practice of Egg-Freezing in Germany and Israel

Year 2018
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'Technological advancements in reproductive medicine have introduced the new concept of 'FREEZING'. Nowadays, healthy women are given the possibility to cryopreserve their oocytes in order to prolong their fertility, a procedure known as 'social egg freezing'. There is an ongoing bioethical academic and public debate on the social and ethical implications of this practice. The here proposed socio-empirical research is interested in extending our understanding of the concept of 'freezing' in broader contexts, while analyzing it through the prism of 'sociology of time'. Egg freezing constitutes an extremely fascinating paradigm for studying concepts of time, timing, planning and its social-technological manipulation related to modern life science. In line with the IF work program's focus on creativity, innovation and diversity, this research aims to examine the interplay of culture and bioethics in an interdisciplinary and empirical manner, focusing on and comparing experts' and lay positions and using a cross-cultural German-Israeli comparative research framework. This cross-cultural comparison is especially interesting since the German regulatory and legal framework regarding new reproductive technologies is rather restrictive, while the Israeli regulation has been identified as extremely permissive. Using qualitative in depth interviews with relevant experts as well as users of social egg freeing, this research aims at (a) In-depth empirical analysis of time in the context of reproductive medicine; (b) A cross sectional analysis of social egg freezing by comparing two national contexts as well as experts and ordinary (lay) ethics; and (c) Theorization of the time dimension for the relationship of reproduction, labor and gender. Thus, this innovative research is expected to enhance the researcher academic competence and the transfer of new knowledge.'
22 Project

Spatial changes of ethnic communities during tourism development: a case study of Basha Miao minority community

Authors Jing Su, Jiuxia Sun
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF TOURISM AND CULTURAL CHANGE
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23 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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24 Journal Article

Gendering activism in populist radical right parties. A comparative study of women’s and men’s participation in the Northern League (Italy) and the National Front (France)

Year 2012
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Building on two pilot studies conducted in 2010, the proposed research will explore the gender dimensions of anti-immigration social movements in contemporary Europe. This will be done through a comparative analysis of activism in two populist radical right parties: an ethnographic and documentary study of activism in the social and cultural associations linked to the Northern League party (NL) in Italy and to the National Front party (NF) in France. During the applicant’s earlier research on the NL, it became clear that the themes of women’s rights and gender equality are increasingly mobilised in instrumental ways by this party, seeking to attract women’s votes. This corresponds to a recent radicalisation of the NL’s discourse, which in the past decade has increasingly targeted migrants coming from Muslim countries: in this discourse, immigration is associated with sexual violence and gender conservatism. The research will mobilise these earlier studies while expanding their focus through a comparative perspective. In examining current developments in the ideology and politics of the NL and the NF, and their attempt to modernise their public image, the proposed comparative research will contribute to ongoing theoretical debates about the articulation of racism and gender as well as about the role played by gender in collective action. The proposed research is ground-breaking in two ways. First, only a minority of ethnographic studies exist which focus on activism in radical right organisations, as sociologists have tended to focus on left-wing social movements. More specifically, very few studies have investigated the role played by women in radical right social movements. Second, the few existing qualitative studies of women’s activism in these organisations fail to compare systematically the practices women and men. As opposed to these existing studies, the proposed research will examine both women’s and men’s involvement in these organisations.
25 Project

The Careers of Migrant Domestic Workers in Greece: Perceptions of Intra-Occupational Mobility and Status Differentiation in Times of Crisis

Authors Daria Lazarescu, Yiorgos Kouzas
Year 2017
Journal Name JOURNAL OF MODERN GREEK STUDIES
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26 Journal Article

Cross-Cultural Cognitive Interviewing: Seeking Comparability and Enhancing Understanding

Authors Gordon Willis, Kristen Miller
Year 2011
Journal Name FIELD METHODS
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27 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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28 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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29 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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30 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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31 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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32 Journal Article

WELFARE UNBOUND. THE CASE OF URBAN POLICIES AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING: FROM CHICAGO TO SICILY

Year 2011
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The urban treatment of human trafficking as “public problem” represents an emblematic policy case to explore the controversies of the new “European spatial politics of social protection”. Cities emerge as spaces of “unbounding” by which practices of internationalization of welfare delegitimize national “law enforcement” boundaries. “Policy entrepreneurs” – governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, faith organizations, unions, etc - working against human trafficking within the framework of “internationalization”, challenge conventional ways by which we are accostumed to think about the “public” and democracy. The comparison between two urban initiatives in USA And EU intends to highlight the times, the contents and the modalities by which coalitions of “policy entrepreneurs” integrate welfare and security policies against human trafficking and make different trade-off between standardization and innovation emerge. Relevance of the project (1) To enrich the debate on the formation of a European social solidarity model overcoming the relationship citizenship/sovereignty/territorialiy; (2) to improve policymaking and urban research. Objectives (1) to detect intersectoral effects of targeted actions on vulnerable groups and the different forms of enactment of actors and resources by which the problem is treated as “local”; (2) to define and transfer integrated knowledge frameworks on the regional effects of the internationalisation of welfare, and thereby, on the changing nature of the “public” of social policy; (c) to develop a frontier-research profile capable of encouraging innovation and regional cooperation as well as producing innovative “transdisciplinary” arrays of knowledge on “cities” and “territories”, beyond conventional approaches based on the dualism urban(place)/social (people). Research methodology Comparative case study; Ethnography, Direct Participant Observation and complementary qualitative tools
33 Project

A Qualitative Evaluation of the Psychosocial Impact of Family History Screening in Australian Primary Care

Authors Gabrielle T. Reid, Fiona M. Walter, Jon D. Emery
Year 2015
Journal Name JOURNAL OF GENETIC COUNSELING
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34 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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35 Journal Article

Research-Policy Dialogues on Migrant Integration in Europe: Comparison and Conclusions

Authors Han Entzinger, Peter Scholten, Rinus Penninx
Book Title Integrating Immigrants in Europe
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36 Book Chapter

Male circumcision for HIV prevention in India: emerging viewpoints and practices of health care providers

Year 2015
Journal Name AIDS CARE-PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIO-MEDICAL ASPECTS OF AIDS/HIV
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37 Journal Article

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.
38 Project

Invisible Edges of Citizenship: Re-addressing the position of Romani Minorities in Europe

Year 2017
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This research addresses the question why the position of Roma in Europe keeps deteriorating despite all the (inter)national efforts put into its improvement. Roma persist as the main targets of ethnic discrimination and are faced by severe socio-economic inequalities throughout Europe. This project recognizes the urgent need to readdress the position of Roma at the times, when most of the programmes for their integration are nearing its conclusion (such as the Decade for Roma Inclusion 2005-2015) and when their intra-European mobility is being particularly problematized. By employing interdisciplinary quantitative and qualitative methodology and theoretical conceptualizations from the perspective of citizenship studies, this project aims to offer a novel insight on the position of Roma in Europe. The project investigates different dimensions of citizenship (rights, dimensions, belonging) in order to show that Roma are not an exception or a minority that simply ‘does not fit’ and is hence excluded from society. I seek to develop a new theoretical perspective to support the above claim: I argue that there are certain institutional mechanisms, that I call as invisible edges of citizenship involved in the production of the marginalization of Romani minorities in all European states where they reside either as citizens or migrants. Instead of only offering selected case studies, this research aims to offer a cross-country comparative analysis of citizenship and minority acts as well as Roma National Strategies and the experience of Romani individuals themselves with the invisible edges of citizenship. The results of this research will be relevant both for academics as well as policy makers: I will prepare a cross-country database on approaches to minority protection and major challenges connected to the position of Roma, 2 journal articles and a book manuscript.
39 Project

Property and Democratic Citizenship: The Impact of Moral Assumptions, Policy Regulations, and Market Mechanisms on Experiences of Eviction

Year 2018
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This research explores the impact of property regimes on experiences of citizenship across five democratic countries: Greece, The Netherlands, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. Property rights are a foundational element of democracy, but the right to private property exists in tension with values of equality and a right to shelter. An investigation of property is urgent given the recent normalisation of economic models that have resulted in millions of evictions every year. Through an ethnographic study of eviction this research provides a comparative analysis of the benefits and limitations of contemporary property regimes for democratic citizenship. A property regime is defined as the combination of moral discourses about real landed property with the regulatory policies and market mechanisms that shape the use, sale and purchase of property. The selected countries represent a diverse set of property regimes, but all five are experiencing a housing and eviction crisis that has created new geographies of disadvantage, exacerbated inequalities of race, gender, age and income, and led to social unrest. Building on the PI's previous research into citizen-driven democratic innovation, this research critically examines the concept of property through a novel methodology dubbed 'conflictive context construction' that employs a qualitative approach centred on moments of conflict resulting from the use, sale or purchase of specific properties to answer: how do property regimes shape people's experience of citizenship and what can this tell us about the role of property in contemporary models of democratic governance? The high gain of this research lies in the opportunity to rethink the role of property within democracy based on extensive empirical data about how moral assumptions combine with particular ways of regulating and marketing property to exacerbate, alleviate or create inequalities within contemporary experiences of democratic citizenship.
40 Project

The Comparative Method. Moving Beyond Qualitative and Quantitative Strategies

Authors C.C. Ragin
Year 1987
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41 Book

Moral economies of the welfare state: A qualitative comparative study

Authors Peter Taylor-Gooby, Bjorn Hvinden, Steffen Mau, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name ACTA SOCIOLOGICA
Citations (WoS) 2
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42 Journal Article

Research-Policy Dialogues on Migrant Integration in Europe: A Conceptual Framework and Key Questions

Authors Han Entzinger, Peter Scholten, Rinus Penninx
Book Title Integrating Immigrants in Europe
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43 Book Chapter

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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44 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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45 Book Chapter

Cultural differences in the experience of everyday symptoms: A comparative study of South Asian and European American women

Authors Alison Karasz, Kara E. Dempsey, Ronit Fallek
Year 2007
Journal Name CULTURE MEDICINE AND PSYCHIATRY
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46 Journal Article

Coming home? Adjustment of Hong Kong Chinese expatriate business managers assigned to the People's Republic of China

Authors J Selmer, LSC Shiu
Year 1999
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 38
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47 Journal Article

Coming home? Adjustment of Hong Kong Chinese expatriate business managers assigned to the People's Republic of China

Authors J Selmer, LSC Shiu
Year 1999
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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48 Journal Article

migration policies and military dictatorship in Argentina (1976-1983): the construction of a migratory model

Authors Lucila Sabrina Nejamkis
Year 2016
Journal Name PERFILES LATINOAMERICANOS
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49 Journal Article

Russell King and Nicola Mai, Out of Albania: from Crisis Migration to Social Inclusion in Italy

Authors Nikos Gogonas
Year 2010
Journal Name JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION
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50 Journal Article

Exploring human papillomavirus vaccination refusal among ethnic minorities in England: A comparative qualitative study

Authors Alice S. Forster, Helen Bedford, Laura A. V. Marlow, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY
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51 Journal Article

Publishing ethics in paediatric research: A cross-cultural comparative review

Authors Inger Brannstrom
Year 2012
Journal Name NURSING ETHICS
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52 Journal Article

NEUJOBS

Year 2011
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The objective of NEUJOBS is to imagine future, or rather various possible futures, under the conditions of the socioecological transition (and incorporating other key influences), map the implications for employment overall, but also in key sectors and relevant groups and integrate all of this together under a single intellectual framework. It will do so by combining EU-wide studies based on existing datasets with small-N comparative research dealing with one or more countries. Furthermore, the output will be a mix of quantitative and qualitative analysis, foresight activities and policy analysis.
54 Project

The search for emerging decolonizing methodologies in qualitative research: Further strategies for liberatory and democratic inquiry

Authors Yvonna S. Lincoln, Elsa M. Gonzalez y Gonzalez
Year 2008
Journal Name QUALITATIVE INQUIRY
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55 Journal Article

News Media and Immigration in the EU: Where and How the Local Dimension Matters

Authors Andrea Pogliano
Book Title Inter-group Relations and Migrant Integration in European Cities
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56 Book Chapter

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.
57 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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58 Book Chapter

Exploring diabetes management amongst immigrant Sikhs in the Greater Toronto Area: a qualitative study

Authors Gina Uppal, Shannon Sibbald, James Melling
Year 2016
Journal Name ETHNICITY & HEALTH
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59 Journal Article

Refugees, Higher Education, and Informational Barriers

Authors Jaswant Kaur Bajwa, Kwame McKenzie, Sidonia Couto, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name REFUGE
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60 Journal Article

Exploring diabetes management amongst immigrant Sikhs in the Greater Toronto Area: a qualitative study

Authors Gina Uppal, Shannon Sibbald, James Melling
Year 2016
Journal Name ETHNICITY & HEALTH
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61 Journal Article

Institutions and Individuals in the Distribution of Welfare in Europe

Year 2013
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'The proposed project aims to develop a new approach in welfare state studies using new conceptualization and the state of the art statistical techniques. This fresh approach will be used to analyze the roles of four main welfare institutions—namely the state, the family, the market, and local actors in the distribution of welfare shaped by the intersections of age, class, gender, and race relations in Europe. In order to achieve this overall objective, the following three specific objectives will be important in this project. First, this project aims to develop a new approach in welfare state and social policy studies to understand the distribution of welfare that is shaped by the intersections of age, class, gender, and race relations. Second, by comparing different societies, it is aimed to analyze future social, economic, and demographic challenges to the welfare regimes particularly with reference social inequalities. Third, it aims to reassess welfare regime typology and examine the question of path dependency of welfare policies. The methodology to be used in analyzing the welfare of the old in the various regimes depends on quantitative and qualitative secondary data and previous studies on welfare states and social policies. Since this is a cross-national research, mostly comparative data on social policies, social welfare, and demographic indicators will be used from the EuroStat and other data resources which provide comparative data for researchers.'
62 Project

Immigration, Figuration, Conflict: A Comparative Social Space Analysis in Bradford and Duisburg

Year 2009
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This comparative research project investigates the changing group relations between immigrants and long-established residents in Duisburg-Marxloh and Bradford-Manningham, two districts which have witnessed intergroup conflicts. The study will use qualitative field research methods. There are two main research interests: firstly, to reconstruct the formation and transformation of group figurations in the relationship between immigrants and established residents since the 1950s in these two deindustrialized medium-sized cities; and secondly, by comparing the figuration processes to find answers to the question why there have been repeated violent group conflicts – riots – in Bradford and why the group conflicts that are certainly also observed in Duisburg (e.g. the call to prayers-conflict in 1996) have not to date escalated violently despite a number of parallels concerning the local context (e.g. economic, demographic, sociostructural). In practical political terms, the study sets out to find out who can take what action to prevent violent group conflicts in the given constellations.
63 Project

Pathways to Depression Care: Help-Seeking Experiences of Low-Income Latinos with Diabetes and Depression

Authors Marissa C. Hansen, Marissa C. Hansen, Leopoldo J. Cabassa, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
Citations (WoS) 20
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64 Journal Article

Race and gender in the media - A content analysis of advertisements in two mainstream Black magazines

Authors Vanessa Hazell, JN Clarke
Year 2008
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BLACK STUDIES
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65 Journal Article

Focus Groups in Migration Research: A Forum for “Public Thinking”?

Authors Annalisa Frisina
Book Title Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies
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66 Book Chapter

Religion and society: current perspectives

Authors Matthias Koenig, Christof Wolf
Year 2013
Journal Name KOLNER ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SOZIOLOGIE UND SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
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67 Journal Article

'I never faced up to being gay': sexual, religious and ethnic identities among British Indian and British Pakistani gay men

Authors Rusi Jaspal
Year 2012
Journal Name CULTURE HEALTH & SEXUALITY
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68 Journal Article

Race and gender in the media - A content analysis of advertisements in two mainstream Black magazines

Authors Vanessa Hazell, JN Clarke
Year 2008
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BLACK STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 15
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69 Journal Article

The political socialization of youth in a post-conflict community

Authors Catherine M. Reidy, Laura K. Taylor, Christine E. Merrilees, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 13
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70 Journal Article

The political socialization of youth in a post-conflict community

Authors Catherine M. Reidy, Laura K. Taylor, Christine E. Merrilees, ...
Year 2015
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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71 Journal Article

Religion and society: current perspectives

Authors Matthias Koenig, Christof Wolf
Year 2013
Journal Name KOLNER ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SOZIOLOGIE UND SOZIALPSYCHOLOGIE
Citations (WoS) 3
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72 Journal Article

Cross-Regional Information System (CRIS)

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The Cross-Regional Information System on the Reintegration of Migrants in their Countries of Origin (CRIS) is aimed at addressing the social economic legal and institutional factors and conditions shaping returnees’ patterns of reintegration in their countries of origin. In other words, it sets out to explain why some return migrants contribute to development back home, whereas others do not. Based on a network of partner institutions located in countries of return, field surveys are being prepared to collect a substantial number of interviews with return migrants. The core rationale for CRIS is its cross-regional comparative scope as well as the identification of reintegration indicators, beyond the specificities of each regional context. The project collect both quantitative and qualitative data in certain countries or regions.
74 Data Set

The impact of Populist Radical Right Parties on socio-economic policies

Authors Leonce Roeth, Alexandre Afonso, Dennis C. Spies
Year 2018
Journal Name EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
Citations (WoS) 4
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75 Journal Article

Schools and Refugee Children: The Case of Syrians in Turkey

Authors Cetin Celik, Ahmet Icduygu
Year 2019
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 2
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76 Journal Article

Cross cultural perspectives of teachers: a study in three countries

Authors CM Halse, NL Baumgart
Year 2000
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
Citations (WoS) 8
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77 Journal Article

Schools and Refugee Children: The Case of Syrians in Turkey

Authors Cetin Celik, Ahmet Icduygu
Year 2019
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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78 Journal Article

Analyzing Cognitive Interview Data Using the Constant Comparative Method of Analysis to Understand Cross-Cultural Patterns in Survey Data

Authors Heather Ridolfo, Alisu Schoua-Glusberg
Year 2011
Journal Name FIELD METHODS
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79 Journal Article

Ethnic Diversity, Social Trust and Civic Engagement

Year 2008
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Many studies have demonstrated a negative correlation between cultural diversity and trust and cooperation, but they have left the question of the causal nature of this relationship largely open, and the mechanisms behind it unexplored. This large project was intended to fill some of these gaps by conducting a comparative analysis across three countries, across cities, and in the context of schools, using both survey and experimental data. The "Ethnic Diversity and Collective Action Survey" (EDCAS; see Schaeffer et al. 2011 for the technical report) was conducted across local populations in 67 cities and towns in Germany, France, and the Netherlands with a total sample size of 9100 respondents. The survey especially focused on neighbourhood trust and other measures of social cohesion, as well as interethnic networks and civic engagement. We also conducted a survey of parents of children in Berlin primary schools. In both surveys, experiments were integrated – priming experiments in both the German EDCAS and the school survey, and a cooperation game in the school survey. In Berlin, we also conducted a field experiment on cooperative behavior in which we investigated the return rates of letters that were apparently lost on the pavement. Two dissertations were completed on the basis of the project, both graded with highest honours (Schaeffer 2014; Veit 2014). The various experiments make a key contribution by providing consistent and strong evidence that ethnic diversity challenges cooperation. The two priming experiments (Koopmans & Veit 2014; Veit 2015) demonstrate that raising the salience of ethnic diversity leads to more negative judgments of cooperation, both with regard to peoples’ trust in their fellow neighbors to return a lost wallet, and with regard to parents’ judgments of parental cooperation at school. Raising the salience of diversity in age or income, by contrast, has no such effect. The cooperation experiment (see Veit 2014a) reveals less successful coordination of efforts to produce a public good among parents in more diverse schools and classrooms. The lost-letter field experiment (Koopmans & Veit 2014b), finally, demonstrated that return rates of letters are lower in ethnically diverse neighbourhoods, controlling for other neighbourhood characteristics. This experiment also tests the most-often proposed mechanism behind reduced cooperation in diverse contexts: in-group favouritism. We find no evidence for this mechanism because letters are returned more often from homogenous neighbourhoods dominated by native ethnics regardless of whether the addressee is German, Christian, Muslim, or Turkish. By contrast, all letters are returned less often from more diverse neighbourhoods where many Turks and Muslims live. Results of the EDCAS survey confirm the negative relationship between diversity and trust, as well as collective efficacy, and experienced neighbourhood social problems. They also provide further insight into the mechanisms behind this relationship. In one study (Koopmans & Schaeffer 2015a) we focus on perceptions of the quantity and various aspects of the qualitative nature of diversity and test three explanations that have been proposed in the literature for negative diversity effects: out-group biases, asymmetric preferences and coordination problems. We show that all three mechanisms matter. Another study shows that children and interethnic partnerships act as brokers of interethnic contacts that mitigate negative diversity effects (Schaeffer 2013a). Finally, the project made significant contributions to the theoretically adequate measurement of diversity (Schaeffer 2013b; Koopmans & Schaeffer 2015b). In the context of the project a large international conference on “Ethnic diversity and social capital: Mechanisms, conditions, and causality” was organized in 2013. A selection of papers was recently published as an edited volume (Koopmans, Lancee & Schaeffer 2015).
80 Project

Migration and Trade Union Responses. Analysis of the UK in a Comparative Perspective

Year 2012
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'This project aims to develop and test an analytical framework for the understanding of the changing relations between national trade unions and migrant workers in host European countries, looking at a national context particularly affected by recent intra-European immigration (UK) and expanding on a previous comparative study on Italy and the Netherlands carried out by the applicant in her doctoral research. The proposed research consists of a two-level analysis: a “between-sectors” level (metalworking, construction and care industries within the UK) and a “between-nations” level (comparison of the UK with the previously studied Italy and the Netherlands). The analysis addresses three main aspects: factors influencing union stances towards labour immigration and migrants; effects of union attitude on migration policies and migrant workers; processes of union interaction with migrant workers. The proposed methodology combines quantitative and qualitative methods. Being situated at the intersection between migration studies and employment relations, this study will contribute to the scholarly debate in the following fields: comparative employment relations (revitalization and varieties of capitalism approaches), migration studies (integration of migrants in host European countries in face of the current economic decline and increase of social hostility), sociology of labour and labour market studies (analysis of labour market dynamics in presence of increasing flexibilization and migration). The proposed mobility will allow the applicant to be trained by outstanding European scholars in industrial relations, to receive extensive support on migration by a sister multidisciplinary research institute and, especially, to acquire new methodological instruments and insights on gender studies. Such elements, together with the manifold opportunities offered by the host institution, will prepare the applicant for a position of academic independence.'
81 Project

Immigration, mobility, and environmental injustice: A comparative study of Hispanic people's residential decision-making and exposure to hazardous air pollutants in Greater Houston, Texas

Authors Maricarmen Hernandez, Sara Grineski, Timothy Collins
Year 2015
Journal Name GEOFORUM
Citations (WoS) 16
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82 Journal Article

Moving into motherhood - Gang girls and controlled risk

Authors Geoffrey Hunt, K Joe-Laidler, K MacKenzie
Year 2005
Journal Name YOUTH & SOCIETY
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83 Journal Article

Cross cultural perspectives of teachers: a study in three countries

Authors Christine Halse, NL Baumgart
Year 2000
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS
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84 Journal Article

Hearts, as well as minds: Wellbeing and illness among Greek Cypriot refugees

Authors Peter Loizos, Costas Constantinou
Year 2007
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
Citations (WoS) 7
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85 Journal Article

Cultural roots and institutional transformations of teachers’ careers and the teaching profession in Europe

Year 2017
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The teaching profession is central to a number of major issues concerning the possible futures of educational systems. The functioning of the profession suffers from low attractiveness, fragmentation, and teacher shortages. This proposal constitutes the first systematic comparative project in Europe aimed at understanding the role of the institutional dimensions affecting teachers’ careers and the teaching profession as a whole. It has four objectives: [1] to explain the nature of teacher policy over the last thirty years in different educational systems (Belgium, France and England); [2] to understand the changing status of the teaching profession and its impact on the diversification of the teaching workforce; [3] to analyse the processes by which teachers are allocated into increasingly diverse working and professional conditions; and [4] to model and predict teacher attrition and migration within a common but differentiated multilevel framework. This project will adopt a post-comparative mixed-method design organized around four work packages on teacher policy, supply, labour markets and mobility. It will combine five methods: policy analysis of teachers’ recruitment and careers; secondary data analyses of relevant national and international datasets on teacher supply and the profession’s attractiveness; a qualitative, in-depth study of three national labour-market spaces; multilevel multi-group analyses of original datasets on teacher mobility, and semi-structured interviews with non-entrants and early leavers. This project will produce new theoretical knowledge about labour markets for teachers and contribute to the reconceptualization of the nature of institutional change affecting educational systems in a society characterized by the progressive decline of nation states, increased interdependence between societal fields and the fragmentation of individual life spheres.
86 Project

The emotional toll of out-migration on mothers and fathers left behind in Mexico

Authors Heather R. Fuller
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
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87 Journal Article

Living with epilepsy: Ordinary people coping with extraordinary situations

Authors Hanna Admi, Beatrice Shaham
Year 2007
Journal Name QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
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88 Journal Article

Trends and patterns of post-communist migration from Russia to New Zealand since the 1990s

Authors Oksana Opara
Year 2017
Journal Name ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL
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89 Journal Article

Trends and patterns of post-communist migration from Russia to New Zealand since the 1990s

Authors Oksana Opara
Year 2017
Journal Name ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL
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90 Journal Article

The emotional toll of out-migration on mothers and fathers left behind in Mexico

Authors Heather R. Fuller
Year 2017
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
Citations (WoS) 1
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91 Journal Article

Effects of urban growth in a tourist town on the mountain San Carlos de Bariloche, Patagonia Argentina

Authors Norberto Javier Rodriguez
Year 2015
Journal Name INVESTIGACIONES TURISTICAS
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92 Journal Article

Employing the Cultural Broker in the Governance of Migration and Integration

Year 2014
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This project brings together a researcher with excellent knowledge in the fields of migration, NGOs, and diversity and a background in qualitative research methods with the substantial expertise of the host institution in transnationalism, grounded theory and comparative approaches in order to develop an innovative methodological and analytical framework to study the role of migrant employees as cultural brokers in the governance of migration and integration and to train the researcher’s skills in transnational multi-level comparative research. The governance of migration and integration is increasingly relegated from the state to (semi-)public institutions. Since the ‘crisis of multiculturalism’ new responses are searched for, ranging from resurgence to assimilationist perspectives focusing on integration and social cohesion to diversity politics, regarded as a ‘descendant’ of multiculturalism. This diversity paradigm combined with the realisation that the integration programmes developed by public institutions and NGOs needed to address the needs of a diverse client group, led to the increased recruitment of employees with a migrant background as social workers. This research project will investigate national and local integration discourses and regimes, as well as the reflections on work practices of managers and migrant employees who work for public and semi-public institutions that deliver 'integration services'. Austria, the Netherlands and the UK are selected as case studies because of their differing migration histories and policy regimes following Lachenmann’s conception of “comparing by contextualising”. Combining a governance perspective with the concept of the cultural broker, this cooperation will foster a novel approach in the study of the intersection of integration, migration and diversity regimes which provides building blocks for important future academic investigations and offers tools to policy makers in the fields of diversity and integration.
93 Project

Normalizing a Difficult Past? Cultural trauma and collective memory in Austria and Croatia

Year 2019
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'Following the theoretical framework of cultural trauma, this project's aim is to analyze the impact of trauma on collective memory of wars in Austria and Croatia, as well as the social processes through which such memory is produced, performed and maintained. More specifically, a dynamics of two corresponding forces are explained: cultural trauma representing a response to a tear in social fabric and collective memory acting as a cohesive element for group identity. The CULTRAMACY project draws on methods of both quantitative and qualitative analysis and uses the methodological tool of frame analysis. In order to analyze the impact of trauma on collective memories, this comparative study addresses the following specific objectives: 1) repercussions of trauma on collective and individual, as well as cultural and public memories, 2) traveling of memory through time and space - generational and transcultural transmission of memory, 3) analysis of patterns of European memory. This research is situated on the intercept of the scientific fields of memory studies, social theory and political science. It aims to contribute to academic research on three different levels. First, it contributes to the theoretical debates in memory studies by approaching collective memory from the perspective of cultural trauma. Second, it offers a truly comparative perspective outside of the methodological regionalism, while still acknowledging the nation as one important framework or 'scale' of collective remembrance. Finally, this research tracks the travels of memory across borders and generations in order to give some innovative insights for similar phenomena in ever-more globalised world experiencing migration flows. Hence, the CULTRAMACY project aims to map a critical engagement with negative heritage, cross boundaries of national memories and verify the basis of the transcultural sphere of European memory.'
94 Project

Gender Differences between Mexican Migration to the United States and Paraguayan Migration to Argentina

Authors M Cerrutti, Magali Gaudio
Year 2010
Journal Name ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
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95 Journal Article

Hearts, as well as minds: Wellbeing and illness among Greek Cypriot refugees

Authors Peter Loizos, Costas Constantinou
Year 2007
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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96 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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97 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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98 Journal Article

Coercion, vengeance, feud and accommodation: homicide in medieval Iceland

Authors Hugh Firth
Year 2012
Journal Name EARLY MEDIEVAL EUROPE
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99 Journal Article

A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON OF NURSES' ETHICAL CONCERNS

Authors Barbro Wadensten, GI Ahlstrom, Stig Wenneberg, ...
Year 2008
Journal Name NURSING ETHICS
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100 Journal Article
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