Researching precarious migrations : qualitative strategies toward a positive transformation of the politics of migration

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Squire, Vicki;
(2018)

How can research contribute to a positive transformation of the politics of migration? This article addresses the question with reference to a recent research project, Crossing the Mediterranean Sea by Boat, which maps and documents the journeys and experiences of peopl... View more
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