1- Recent Publications

 

 

Blitz, B. K. (2014, August). Migration and Freedom: Mobility, Citizenship, and Exclusion. Edward Elgar Press. Pp. 229. ISBN: 978178195583.

Blitz, B. K. (with C. Hamilton, K. Apland, E. Yarrow, R. Lakshman, M Fielder, M. Lynch, D. Calabia & N. Indika. (2014, May). Birth Registration and Children’s Rights: A Complex Story. Plan International.

Blitz, B. K. & Zetter, R. (2014). “Contestation and Reconstruction: Natural Resources and Post-Conflict Development in Borderland Regions.” Stability: International Journal of Security & Development, 3 (1): 1-18.

Dines, N., Montagna, N. & Ruggiero, V. (2014). “Thinking Lampedusa: Border Construction, the Spectacle of Bare Life and the Productivity of Migrants.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. Available from: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01419870.2014.936892#preview

Donald, A. (2014). “Identifying Human Rights Stories: Investigation of the Impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on the Lives of People in the UK.” Research report funded by Thomas Paine Initiative. Available from: http://www.mdx.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/190406/Identifying-human-rights-stories-July-2014.pdf.

Howard, E. (2014). ‘”Islamic Veil Bans: The Gender Equality Justification and Empirical Evidence” In: E. Brems (ed.), The Experiences of Face Veil Wearers in Europe and the Law. Cambridge University Press.

Howard, E. (2014). “Protecting Freedom to Manifest One’s Religion or Belief: Strasbourg or Luxembourg?” Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 32 (2): 159-182.

Kabir, R., Khan, H. T. A., Ball, E. & Caldwell, K. (2014). “Climate Change and Public Health Situations in Coastal Areas in Bangladesh.” International Journal of Social Science Studies, 2 (3): 109-116

Khan, H. T. A. & Ko, H. (2014). “Insights for Singapore’s Re-employment Legislation: Evidence from the Global Ageing Survey (GLAS).” Asian Profile, 42 (2): 101-122.

Khan, H. T. A., Raeside, R. & Tao, C. (2014). “Development and Application of a Survey Quality Assessment Model.” Global Journal of Quantitative Science, 1 (1): 15-29.

Kofman, E.  (2014). “Towards a Gendered Evaluation of (Highly) Skilled Immigration Policies in Europe.” International Migration, 52 (3): 116- 28. DOI: 10.1111/imig.12121

Kofman, E. (2014) ‘Reviewing theories of gender and migration: perspectives from Europe and North America’ in G. Batistella (ed) Global and Asian Perspectives on International Migration, Springer, pp., 119-38[M1]

Kofman, E., Saharso, S. & Vacchelli, E. (2014). “Gendered Perspectives on Integration Measures.” International Migration, DOI: 10.1111/imig.12102

Kufakurinani, U., Pasura, D. & McGregor, J. (2014). “A Crisis of Expectation? Transnational Parenting and the Emergence of ‘Diaspora Orphans.’” African Diaspora, 7 (1): 114-138.

McGregor, J. & Pasura, D. (2014). “Introduction: Frameworks for Analyzing Conflict Diasporas and the Case of Zimbabwe.” African Diaspora, 7 (1): 1-13.

Puniskis, M. J. (2014). “Loitering.” In: R. Atkinson (ed.) Shades of Deviance: A Primer on Crime, Deviance and Social Harm. Oxford, UK: Routledge. ISBN: 9780415733236.

McKie, L. and Ryan, L. (eds) (2016) An End to the Crisis of Empirical Sociology? Trends and Challenges in Social Research, Routledge

Ryan, L. (2014). “Exploring Religion as a Bright and Blurry Boundary: Irish Migrants Negotiating Religious Identity in Britain” In: MacPherson & Hickman (eds.) Women and Irish Diaspora Identities. Manchester University Press.

Ryan, L. & Kurdi, E. (2014). “Young, Highly Qualified Migrants: The Experiences and Expectations of Recently Arrived Irish Teachers in Britain.” Research Report. Social Policy Research Centre, Middlesex University: London. A full report is available from: http://sprc.info/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/FINAL-Young-Highly-Qualified-Migrants-report-May-2014.pdf.

Ryan, L., D’Angelo, A., Puniskis, M. & Kaye, N. (2014). “Analysis of 2011 Census Data, Irish Community Statistics: England and Selected Urban Areas.” Research Report 1/7 for England.” Social Policy Research Centre, Middlesex University: London, UK. (Additional, separate research reports are also available for other regions: London, North East, North West, East Midlands, West Midlands, and Yorkshire and The Humber).

Vacchelli, E., D’Angelo, A., Kathrecha, P., Clarke, L. (2014). Inequalities in Access to Healthcare in Enfield, London SPRC Report