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Unemployment persistence among second-generation immigrants

Authors: ARADHYA, Siddartha; GROTTI, Raffaele; HARKONEN, Juho
Citation: European sociological review, 2023, OnlineFirst
Year: 2023
Abstract: Many immigrant groups disproportionately experience unemployment and this disadvantage often extends to their children—the second generation. This …

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Reframing II : brokering in the marketplace of influential ideas

Author: BAJENOVA, Tatyana
Citation: Learning and teaching, 2022, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 71-76
Year: 2022
Abstract: In this vignette, I examine how universities are becoming increasingly linked to think tanks in the new markets for impactful knowledge discussed in …

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Transnational think tank networks : multipliers of political power or a new form of expertise monopolies at the European level

Author: BAJENOVA, Tatyana
Citation: Administrative theory and praxys, 2022, OnlineFirst
Year: 2022
Abstract: This article examines the involvement of European think tanks (TTs)in transnational TT networks as a particular form of their social capital based on …

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Mutual aid in north London during the Covid-19 pandemic

Author: CHEVÉE, Adélie
Citation: Social movement studies, 2022, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 413-419
Year: 2021
Abstract: Between March and June 2020, residents in north London faced the Covid-19 pandemic by creating neighbourhood Mutual Aid groups on WhatsApp and …

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From Suriyya al−Asad to Souriatna : civic nationalism in the Syrian revolutionary press

Author: CHEVÉE, Adélie
Citation: Nations and nationalism, 2022, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 154-176
Year: 2021
Abstract: Scholarship on the Syrian conflict has too often reduced the analysis of political behaviour to the causal variable of sectarianism and therefore …

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Membership categorization in oral academic discourse : strategies for addressing international, multidisciplinary audiences in English as a lingua franca

Authors: ANDERSON, Laurie; CIRILLO, Letizia
Citation: Textus, 2022, No. 1, pp. 141-162
Year: 2022
Abstract: This contribution, based on the analysis of 176 presentations by early-career researchers, investigates how disciplinary identities are made relevant …

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Sanctuary after asylum : addressing a gap in the political theory of refuge (Letter)

Authors: RITHOLTZ, Samuel; BUXTON, Rebecca
Citation: American political science review, 2022, OnlineFirst
Year: 2022
Abstract: This research note argues that political theorists of refuge ought to consider the experiences of refugees after they have received asylum in the …

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Under construction : toward a theory and praxis of queer peacebuilding

Authors: RITHOLTZ, Samuel; SERRANO-AMAYA, José Fernando; HAGEN, Jamie J.; JUDGE, Melanie
Citation: Revista de estudios sociales, 2023, No. 83, pp. 3-32
Year: 2023
Abstract: This article explores what queer as a concept brings to peacebuilding, presenting a guiding framework and introduction for a special issue on queer …

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