Migrations of theory, method and practice: a reflection on themes in migration studies (Review article)

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Palmary, Ingrid;
  • Publisher: Psychology in Society

In this review article, I offer some reflection on three themes in migration research, namely, the categorisation and quantification of migration, the role of trauma and distress in such categorisation, and the feminisation of migration. I was prompted to explore these ... View more
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