Migration, Racism and the Hostile Environment: Making the Case for the Social Sciences

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Andrews, M., Arnot, M., Anthias, F., Ashe, S., Brah, A., Dona, G., Erel, U., Gidley, B., Humphris, R., Kofman, E., Mondon, A., Murji, K., Phoenix, A., Sigona, N., Squire, C., Targarona, N., Wemyss, G., Winter, A. and Yuval-Davis, N. 2020. Migration, Racism and the Hostile Environment: Making the Case for the Social Sciences. London Social Scientists Against The Hostile Environment.
AuthorsAndrews, M., Arnot, M., Anthias, F., Ashe, S., Brah, A., Dona, G., Erel, U., Gidley, B., Humphris, R., Kofman, E., Mondon, A., Murji, K., Phoenix, A., Sigona, N., Squire, C., Targarona, N., Wemyss, G., Winter, A. and Yuval-Davis, N.
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Cite as: Social Scientists Against the Hostile Environment (SSAHE)(2020). Migration, racism and the hostile environment : Making the case for the social sciences. London. https://acssmigration.wordpress.com/report/.

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This report is authored by Social Scientists Against The Hostile Environment (SSAHE): Prof. Molly Andrews; Prof. Madeleine Arnot; Prof. Floya Anthias; Dr. Stephen Ashe; Prof. Avtar Brah; Prof Giorgia Dona; Dr. Umut Erel; Dr. Ben Gidley; Dr. Rachel Humphris; Prof. Elenore Kofman; Dr. Aurelien Mondon; Prof. Karim Murji; Prof. Ann Phoenix; Prof. Nando Sigona; Prof. Corinne Squire; Dr. Nuria Targarona; Dr. Georgie Wemyss; Dr. Aaron Winter; Prof. Nira Yuval-Davis.

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Squire, C. and Davis, Mark 2010. HIV Technologies. in: Davis, Mark and Squire, Corinne (ed.) HIV Treatment and Prevention Technologies in International Perspective Palgrave Macmillan.
Technologies of treatment: Scaling up ART in the Western Cape, South Africa
Squire, C. and Abdullah, Fareed 2010. Technologies of treatment: Scaling up ART in the Western Cape, South Africa. in: HIV Treatment and Prevention Technologies in International Perspective Palgrave Macmillan.
Being naturalised, being left behind: the HIV citizen in the era of treatment possibility
Squire, C. 2010. Being naturalised, being left behind: the HIV citizen in the era of treatment possibility. Critical Public Health.
Commentary to the Special Issue ‘Working with refugees and asylum seekers’
Dona, G. 2007. Commentary to the Special Issue ‘Working with refugees and asylum seekers’. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling. 9 (3), pp. 325-332.
Shifting the focus: sequential methods of analysis with qualitative data
Simons, Lucy, Lathlean, Judith and Squire, C. 2008. Shifting the focus: sequential methods of analysis with qualitative data. Qual Health Res.
Promoting diversity and enhancing learning opportunities for refugee students in postgraduate education
Dona, G. and Fàbos, Anita 2006. Promoting diversity and enhancing learning opportunities for refugee students in postgraduate education. Curriculum Innovation for Diversity Symposium. Higher Education Academy. pp. 1-7
Family Reunification for Unaccompanied Minors in Rwanda
Dona, G., Kalinganire, Charles, Kefyalew, Firew, Mukakizima, Bernardine and Muramutsa, Felix 1998. Family Reunification for Unaccompanied Minors in Rwanda. Kigali (Rwanda) University College Cork and Save the Children Fund.
Child participation in research: Children as research advisors
Dona, G. 2004. Child participation in research: Children as research advisors. Post Grad Refugee Research Quarterly.
Back Home? Refugees’ experiences of the first visit back to their country of origin
Muggeridge, Helen and Dona, G. 2006. Back Home? Refugees’ experiences of the first visit back to their country of origin. Journal of Refugee Studies. 19 (4), pp. 415-432.
The Rwandan Experience of Fostering Separated Children
Dona, G. 2001. The Rwandan Experience of Fostering Separated Children. Stockholm Save the Children.
Refugees’ wellbeing in countries of resettlement
Dona, G. 2002. Refugees’ wellbeing in countries of resettlement. Social Work in Europe. 9 (1), pp. 41-48.
Fighting for the finest image we have of her: Patriotism and Oppositional Politics
Andrews, M. 1997. Fighting for the finest image we have of her: Patriotism and Oppositional Politics. in: Bar-Tal, Daniel and Staub, Ervin (ed.) Patriotism in the life of individuals and nations Chicago Nelson-Hall.
Narrative Research
Andrews, M. 2004. Narrative Research. in: eds Qualitative Research Practice London Sage pp.
Maternal counter-narratives reconsidered
Andrews, M. 2004. Maternal counter-narratives reconsidered. in: Considering counter-narratives: Narration and resistance Amsterdam John Benjamins Publishing Company. pp. 51-59
Life review in the context of acute social transition: The case of East Germany
Andrews, M. 1997. Life review in the context of acute social transition: The case of East Germany. British Journal of Social Psychology. 36 (3), pp. 273-290.
One hundred miles of lives: The Stasi files as a people's history of East Germany
Andrews, M. 1998. One hundred miles of lives: The Stasi files as a people's history of East Germany. Oral History. 26 (1), pp. 24-31.
Truth-telling, justice, and forgiveness: A study of East Germany’s Truth Commission
Andrews, M. 1999. Truth-telling, justice, and forgiveness: A study of East Germany’s Truth Commission. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society. 13 (1), pp. 107-124.
Grand national narratives and the project of truth commissions: a comparative analysis
Andrews, M. 2003. Grand national narratives and the project of truth commissions: a comparative analysis. Media, Culture & Society. 25 (1), pp. 45-65.
Tackling problems of qualitative social research: A conversation
Ruppel, Paul Sebastian, Dege, Martin, Andrews, M. and Squire, Corinne 2007. Tackling problems of qualitative social research: A conversation. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 9 (1).
Biographie und Geschichte: Dynamiken individueller und kollektiver politischer Erzählungen [Problems of biography and history: Dynamics of individual and collective political narratives]
Andrews, M. 2010. Biographie und Geschichte: Dynamiken individueller und kollektiver politischer Erzählungen [Problems of biography and history: Dynamics of individual and collective political narratives]. in: Können Marginalisierte widersprechen? Sozialwissenschaften und politisches Handeln Gießen Psychosozial-Verlag.
Against Good Advice: Reflections on conducting research in a country where you don't speak the language
Andrews, M. 1995. Against Good Advice: Reflections on conducting research in a country where you don't speak the language. Oral History Review. 22 (2), pp. 75-86.
Criticism/self-Criticism in East Germany: Contradictions between theory and practice
Andrews, M. 1998. Criticism/self-Criticism in East Germany: Contradictions between theory and practice. Sociology.
The Seduction of Agelessness
Andrews, M. 1999. The Seduction of Agelessness. Ageing and Society. 19 (3), pp. 301-318.
Forgiveness in Context
Andrews, M. 2000. Forgiveness in Context. Journal of Moral Education. 29 (1), pp. 75-86.
Feminist research with non-feminist and anti-feminist women: Meeting the challenge
Andrews, M. 2002. Feminist research with non-feminist and anti-feminist women: Meeting the challenge. Feminism & Psychology. 12 (1), pp. 55-77.
Breaking down barriers: Feminism, politics, and psychology
Andrews, M. 2006. Breaking down barriers: Feminism, politics, and psychology. Feminism & Psychology. 16 (1), pp. 13-17.
Children as Research Advisors: Contributions to a ‘Methodology Participation’ in Researching Children in Difficult Circumstances
Dona, G. 2006. Children as Research Advisors: Contributions to a ‘Methodology Participation’ in Researching Children in Difficult Circumstances. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care. 2 (2), pp. 20-32.
Editorial: Changing migration patterns and responses in the context of child and youth forced migration
Dona, G. 2006. Editorial: Changing migration patterns and responses in the context of child and youth forced migration. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care. 2 (2), pp. 2-6.
The Public Life of Emotions
Squire, C. 2001. The Public Life of Emotions. International Journal of Critical Psychology.
Can an HIV positive woman find true love? Romance in the stories of women living with HIV
Squire, C. 2003. Can an HIV positive woman find true love? Romance in the stories of women living with HIV. Feminism & Psychology. 13 (1), pp. 73-100.
Reading Narratives
Squire, C. 2005. Reading Narratives. Group Analysis. 38 (1), pp. 91-107.