There is a new issue out at Social Inclusion. “Networks and Contested Identities in the Refugee Journey”, edited by Niro Kandasamy, Lauren Avery and Karen Soldatic.
In this issue, we get work on contested identities in the refugee journey, different narratives for different refugees, how stories and narratives are negotiated, a contrast between expats and refugees, and notions of deservingness.
We have currently three positions open for a project on how narratives of crisis influence discourses and policies of migration and mobility. The project is built around crisis narratives, how they evolve, and how they affect social behaviour (attitudes, discrimination), policies, as well as migration intentions, bridging disciplines as experimental sociology, history and political theory.