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    Secrecy and methods in security research : a guide to qualitative fieldwork

    Bosma, Esmé, De Goede, Marieke, 1971-, Pallister-Wilkins, Polly
    Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge
    2020
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    Titre: Secrecy and methods in security research : a guide to qualitative fieldwork / edited by Marieke de Goede, Esmé Bosma, and Polly Pallister-Wilkins
    Auteur: Bosma, Esmé; De Goede, Marieke, 1971-; Pallister-Wilkins, Polly
    Editeur: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge
    Date: 2020
    Collation: xvi, 312 pages : illustrations
    Sujet LCSH: Confidential communications -- Research -- Methodology - Official secrets -- Research -- Methodology - Secrecy - Security systems -- Research -- Methodology
    Contient: Introduction : navigating secrecy in security research / Esme' Bosma, Marieke de Goede, Polly Pallister-Wilkins -- Interlude : rigorous research in critical security studies / Can Mutlu -- The problem of access : site visits, selective disclosure, and freedom of information in qualitative security research / Oliver Belcher & Lauren Martin -- The state is the secret : for a relational approach to the study of border and mobility control in Europe / Huub Dijstelbloem & Annalisa Pelizza -- Postsecrecy and place : secrecy research amidst the ruins of an atomic weapons research facility / William Walters & Alex Luscombe -- Navigating difficult terrain / Alexandra Schwell -- Accessing lifeworlds : getting people to say the unsayable / Jonathan Luke Austin -- Research dilemmas in dangerous places / Fairlie Chappuis & Jana Krause -- Writing secrecy / Brian Rappert -- Gender, ethics and critique in researching security and secrecy / Marijn Hoijtink -- (In)visible security politics : reflections on photography and everyday security landscapes / Jonna Nyman -- The black box and its dis/contents : complications in algorithmic devices research / Till Straube -- Multi-sited ethnography of digital security technologies / Esme' Bosma -- Researching the emergent technologies of state control : the court-martial of Chelsea Manning / Sarah Hughes and Philip Garnett -- Searching for the smoking gun? Methodology and modes of critique in the arms trade / Anna Stavrianakis -- Critical engagement when studying those you oppose / Erella Grassiani -- Secrecy vignettes / Marieke de Goede -- Research ethics at work : account-abilities in fieldwork on security / Anthony Amicelle, Marie Badruddin, Samuel Tanner -- Material guides in ethically challenging fields : following deportation files / Lieke Wissink
    Description: "This book analyses the challenges of secrecy in security research, and develops a set of methods to navigate, encircle and work with secrecy. How can researchers navigate secrecy in their fieldwork, when they encounter confidential material, closed-off quarters or bureaucratic rebuffs? This is a particular challenge for researchers in the security field, which is by nature secretive and difficult to access. This book creatively assesses and analyses the ways in which secrecies operate in security research. The collection sets out new understandings of secrecy, and shows how secrecy itself can be made productive to research analysis. It offers students, PhD researchers and senior scholars a rich toolkit of methods and best-practice examples for ethically appropriate ways of navigating secrecy. It pays attention to the balance between confidentiality, and academic freedom and integrity. The chapters draw on the rich qualitative fieldwork experiences of the contributors, who did research at a diversity of sites, for example at a former atomic weapons research facility, inside deportation units, in conflict zones, in everyday security landscapes, in virtual spaces, and at borders, bureaucracies and banks. The book will be of interest to students of research methods, critical security studies and International Relations in general"-- Provided by publisher
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Methodology
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm International relations
    neu-sfm Ethics
    neu-sfm Qualitative methods
    Identifiant: 0367027232 (hardcover) (ISBN); 0367027240 (paperback) (ISBN); 9780367027230 (hardcover) (ISBN); 9780367027247 (paperback) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008983694
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    International immigration, integration and sustainability in small towns and villages : socio-territorial challenges in rural and semi-rural Europe

    Morén-Alegret, Ricard, Wladyka, Dawid
    London : Palgrave Macmillan
    [2020]
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    Titre: International immigration, integration and sustainability in small towns and villages : socio-territorial challenges in rural and semi-rural Europe / Ricard Morén-Alegret, Dawid Wladyka
    Auteur: Morén-Alegret, Ricard; Wladyka, Dawid
    Editeur: London : Palgrave Macmillan
    Date: [2020]
    Collation: xviii, 380 pages : illustrations, maps
    Collection: Migration, diasporas and citizenship
    Documents dans cette collection: Migration, diasporas and citizenship
    Sujet LCSH: Small cities -- Europe -- Social conditions - Europe -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects - Europe -- Rural conditions
    Description: This book brings small places to the main stage in an exploration of the nature of immigration in rural areas and small towns in Europe. Extending recent efforts to study migration at a sub-national scale, the authors focus their analysis on non-metropolitan areas to consider how globalisation and modernisation processes are experienced at a local level. Morén-Alegret and Wladyka weave themes of livelihood, social participation, justice and equity into human and planetary sustainability debates, drawing on quantitative population data as well as qualitative information on challenges for rural and small town sustainability in four different European countries (Portugal, France, Spain and England). Highlighting the interlinked relationship between rural sustainability, migration and ethnic diversity, this research is a valuable resource for policy-makers and academics alike, with far-reaching implications across geography, sociology, political science, anthropology and environmental sciences
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Rural areas
    neu-sfm Europe
    neu-sfm Geography
    neu-sfm Sociology
    neu-sfm Internal migration
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Immigrant policy
    neu-sfm Living conditions
    Identifiant: 9781137586209 (hardcover) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008988994
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    Refugee imaginaries : research across the humanities

    Cox, Emma, Durrant, Sam, Farrier, David
    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press
    2020
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    Titre: Refugee imaginaries : research across the humanities / edited by Emma Cox, Sam Durrant, David Farrier [et al..]
    Auteur: Cox, Emma; Durrant, Sam; Farrier, David
    Editeur: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press
    Date: 2020
    Collation: 642 pages
    Description: The refugee has emerged as one of the key figures of the twenty-first-century. This book explores how refugees imagine the world and how the world imagines them. It demonstrates the ways in which refugees have been written into being by international law, governmental and non-governmental bodies and the media, and foregrounds the role of the arts and humanities in imagining, historicising and protesting the experiences of forced migration and statelessness. Including thirty-two newly written chapters on representations by and of refugees from leading researchers in the field, Refugee Imaginaries establishes the case for placing the study of the refugee at the centre of contemporary critical enquiry
    Classification: neu-sfm Human Rights
    neu-sfm International law
    neu-sfm Refugees
    neu-sfm Cultural identity
    neu-sfm Forced migration
    neu-sfm Mass media
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm History
    Identifiant: 1474443192 (ISBN); 9781474443197 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008986439
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    The Sage handbook of international migration

    Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE
    2020
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    Titre: The Sage handbook of international migration / edited by Christine Inglis, Wei Li, Binod Khadria
    Edition: 1st edition..
    Editeur: Thousand Oaks, CA : SAGE
    Date: 2020
    Collation: 662 pages
    Classification: neu-sfm International relations
    neu-sfm Migration flows
    neu-sfm Migration motives
    neu-sfm Destination decision
    neu-sfm Sociology
    neu-sfm History
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Migration policy
    neu-sfm Education
    neu-sfm Citizenship
    neu-sfm Environment
    neu-sfm Geography
    neu-sfm Racism
    neu-sfm Entrepreneurship
    neu-sfm Transnationalism
    neu-sfm Multiculturalism
    neu-sfm Gender
    neu-sfm Demography
    neu-sfm Language
    neu-sfm Religious practice
    neu-sfm Refugees
    neu-sfm Asylum seekers
    Identifiant: 9781412961752 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008989605
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    Decolonizing interpretive research : a subaltern methodology for social change

    Darder, Antonia
    Abingdon : Routledge
    2019
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    Titre: Decolonizing interpretive research : a subaltern methodology for social change / edited by Antonia Darder
    Auteur: Darder, Antonia
    Editeur: Abingdon : Routledge
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 135 pages ; 23 cm
    Contient: Decolonizing interpretive research / Antonia Darder -- Centering the subaltern voice / Kortney Hernandez -- Naming the politics of coloniality / Emily Bautista -- Demythologizing hegemonic beliefs / Kenzo Bergeron -- Epistemological disruptions / Bibinaz Pirayesh -- Emancipatory re-readingsterrelle / Billy Sales -- Afterword: justice against epistemicides: decolonizing interpretive research as reiteration of itinerant praxis / João Paraskeva
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Social change
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Colonialism
    neu-sfm Methodology
    neu-sfm Education
    Identifiant: 1138486604 ((hardback)) (ISBN); 1138486612 ((pbk.)) (ISBN); 9781138486607 ((hardback)) (ISBN); 9781138486614 ((pbk.)) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009002698
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    Ethnic groups and boundaries today : a legacy of fifty years

    Eriksen, Thomas Hylland, 1962-
    Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge
    2019
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    Titre: Ethnic groups and boundaries today : a legacy of fifty years / edited by Thomas Hylland Eriksen and Marek Jakoubek
    Auteur: Eriksen, Thomas Hylland, 1962-
    Editeur: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 219 p.
    Collection: Research in migration and ethnic relations series
    Documents dans cette collection: Research in migration and ethnic relations series
    Sujet RERO: Groupes ethniques - Ethnicité - Barth, Fredrik - Brexit (2016 - Grande-Bretagne)
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Contient: Introduction : ethnic groups, boundaries and beyond / Thomas Hylland Eriksen and Marek Jakoubek -- Barth, ethnicity and culture / A.P. Cohen -- Homage to Fredrik Barth / Michael Hechter -- The dangerous shoals of ethnic groups and boundaries : a personal account / Katherine Verdery -- Winners, losers and ethnic flux / Ulf Hannerz -- Untangling, with Barth's insights, Gypsy ethnic identity / Judith Okely -- Boundaries, embarrassments and social injustice : Fredrik Barth and the nation-state / Michael Herzfeld -- From ethnos to ethnicity and after / Valery Tishkov -- Barth and Brexit, online, on target / Jeremy MacClancy -- Barth and the social organization of difference / Steven Vertovec -- Intersectionality and situationalism : towards a (more) dynamic interpretation of "ethnic groups and boundaries" / Pnina Werbner -- Beyond a boundary : flows and mixing in the Creole world / Thomas Hylland Eriksen -- The social organization and political contestation of cultural difference : thinking comparatively about religion and language / Rogers Brubaker -- A "hollow" legacy of ethnic groups and boundaries : a critique of reading and quoting "Barth 1969" / Marek Jakoubek -- Fredrik Barth and the study of ethnicity : reflections on ethnic identity in a world of global political, economic and cultural changes / Gunnar Haaland interviewed by Marek Jakoubek and Lenka Budilova
    Note: Includes bibliogr. references and index
    Classification: neu-sfm Ethnicity
    neu-sfm Cultural identity
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Theories of migration
    neu-sfm History
    Identifiant: 1138617652 (ISBN); 9781138617650 (hbk) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008882801
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    Europa dezentrieren : globale Verflechtungen neu denken

    Adam, Jens
    Frankfurt : Campus
    [2019]
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    Titre: Europa dezentrieren : globale Verflechtungen neu denken / Jens Adam [und 6 weitere] (Hg.)
    Auteur: Adam, Jens
    Editeur: Frankfurt : Campus
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: 340 Seiten ; 22 cm
    Sujet RERO: Changement social - Union européenne
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Classification: neu-sfm Europe
    neu-sfm Globalization
    neu-sfm Political activities
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Sociology
    neu-sfm Transnationalism
    Identifiant: 3593507579 (ISBN); 9783593507576 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008990006
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    Culture still matters : notes from the field

    Varisco, Daniel Martin
    Leiden ; Boston, MA : Brill
    2019
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    Titre: Culture still matters : notes from the field / by Daniel Martin Varisco
    Auteur: Varisco, Daniel Martin
    Editeur: Leiden ; Boston, MA : Brill
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 174 p.
    Collection: Social, economic and political studies of the Middle East and Asia ; vol. 121
    Documents dans cette collection: Etudes sociales, économiques et politiques du Moyen Orient = Social, economic and political studies of the Middle East
    Classification: neu-sfm Sociology
    neu-sfm Cultural identity
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Methodology
    neu-sfm Colonialism
    neu-sfm Globalization
    Identifiant: 9789004375574 (hardback) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008868950
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    Guide to mobile data analytics in refugee scenarios : the 'Data for Refugees Challenge' study

    De Montjoye, Yves-Alexandre, Dong, Xiaowen, Lepri, Bruno, Letouzé, Emmanuel, Pentland, Alex, 1952-, Salah, Albert Ali, Vinck, Patrick
    Cham, Switzerland : Springer
    [2019]
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    Titre: Guide to mobile data analytics in refugee scenarios : the 'Data for Refugees Challenge' study / Albert Ali Salah, Alex Pentland, Bruno Lepri, Emmanuel Letouzé, editors ; with contributions by Patrick Vinck, Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye, and Xiaowen Dong
    Auteur: De Montjoye, Yves-Alexandre; Dong, Xiaowen; Lepri, Bruno; Letouzé, Emmanuel; Pentland, Alex, 1952-; Salah, Albert Ali; Vinck, Patrick
    Editeur: Cham, Switzerland : Springer
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: xvi, 500 pages
    Sujet LCSH: Data mining - Quantitative research - Refugees -- Turkey -- Social conditions - Data for Refugees Challenge - Syria -- History -- Civil War, 2011-
    Description: After the start of the Syrian Civil War in 2011-12, increasing numbers of civilians sought refuge in neighboring countries. By May 2017, Turkey had received over 3 million refugees -- the largest refugee population in the world. Some lived in government-run camps near the Syrian border, but many have moved to cities looking for work and better living conditions. They faced problems of integration, income, welfare, employment, health, education, language, social tension, and discrimination. In order to develop sound policies to solve these interlinked problems, a good understanding of refugee dynamics isnecessary. This book summarizes the most important findings of the Data for Refugees (D4R) Challenge, which was a non-profit project initiated to improve the conditions of the Syrian refugees in Turkey by providing a database for the scientific community to enable research on urgent problems concerning refugees. The database, based on anonymized mobile call detail records (CDRs) of phone calls and SMS messages of one million Turk Telekom customers, indicates the broad activity and mobility patterns of refugees and citizens in Turkey for the year 1 January to 31 December 2017. Over 100 teams from around the globe applied to take part in the challenge, and 61 teams were granted access to the data
    This book describes the challenge, and presents selected and revised project reports on the five major themes: unemployment, health, education, social integration, and safety, respectively. These are complemented by additional invited chapters describing related projects from international governmental organizations, technological infrastructure, as well as ethical aspects. The last chapter includes policy recommendations, based on the lessons learned. The book will serve as a guideline for creating innovative data-centered collaborations between industry, academia, government, and non-profit humanitarian agencies to deal with complex problems in refugee scenarios. It illustrates the possibilities of big data analytics in coping with refugee crises and humanitarian responses, by showcasing innovative approaches drawing on multiple data sources, information visualization, pattern analysis, and statistical analysis. It will also provide researchers and students working with mobility data with an excellent coverage across data science, economics, sociology, urban computing, education, migration studies, and more. -- Provided by publisher
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    Classification: neu-sfm Statistical data
    neu-sfm Refugees
    neu-sfm Syria
    neu-sfm Mobility
    neu-sfm Students
    neu-sfm Research
    Identifiant: 303012553X (hardcover) (ISBN); 9783030125530 (hardcover) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008996443
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    Superior : the return of race science

    Saini, Angela, 1980-
    London : 4th Estate
    2019
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    Titre: Superior : the return of race science / Angela Saini
    Auteur: Saini, Angela, 1980-
    Editeur: London : 4th Estate
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 342 pages
    Sujet LCSH: Eugenics - Race -- Research
    Description: "A powerful look at the non-scientific history of "race science," and the assumptions, prejudices, and incentives that have allowed it to reemerge in contemporary science Superior tells the disturbing story of the persistent thread of belief in biological racial differences in the world of science. After the horrors of the Nazi regime in WWII, the mainstream scientific world turned its back on eugenics and the study of racial difference. But a worldwide network of unrepentant eugenicists quietly founded journals and funded research, providing the kind of shoddy studies that were ultimately cited in Richard Hernstein's and Charles Murray's 1994 title, The Bell Curve, which purported to show differences in intelligence among races. If the vast majority of scientists and scholars disavowed these ideas, and considered race a social construct, it was still an idea that managed to somehow make its way into the research into the human genome that began in earnest in the mid-1990s and continues today. Dissecting the statements and work of contemporary scientists studying human biodiversity, most of whom claim to be just following the data, Saini shows us how, again and again, science is retrofitted to accommodate race. Even as our understanding of highly complex traits like intelligence, and the complicated effect of environmental influences on human beings, from the molecular level on up, grows, the hope of finding simple genetic differences between "races"--to explain differing rates of disease, to explain poverty or test scores or to justify cultural assumptions--stubbornly persists. At a time when racialized nationalisms are a resurgent threat throughout the world, Superior is a powerful reminder that biologically, we are all far more alike than different"-- Provided by publisher
    Classification: neu-sfm Race
    neu-sfm Racism
    neu-sfm Research
    neu-sfm Human Rights
    neu-sfm Ethnic discrimination
    neu-sfm History
    neu-sfm Scientific approach
    Identifiant: 9780008341008 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008996575
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