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Everyday Politics of Forced Migration: Refugees, Host Community Members, and the Local Context


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Title: Everyday Politics of Forced Migration: Refugees, Host Community Members, and the Local Context
Authors: Irgil, Ezgi
E-mail: ezgi.irgil@gu.se
Issue Date: 2-Nov-2021
University: University of Gothenburg. Faculty of Social Sciences
Göteborgs universitet. Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten
Institution: Department of Political Science ; Statsvetenskapliga institutionen
Parts of work: Irgil, E. (2020) Broadening the positionality in migration studies: Assigned insider category. Migration Studies. Online first.
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Irgil, E. (2021) Interethnic encounters in urban public spaces: Spatial strategies of host community members following a refugee influx. Unpublished manuscript.

Irgil, E. (2021) When the government comes into the neighbourhood: Everyday regulations and Syrian refugees’ encounters with local state authorities. Unpublished manuscript.
Date of Defence: 2021-11-19
Disputation: Kl. 13.15 i Torgny Segerstedtssalen, Universitetets huvudbyggnad, Vasaplatsen 1, Göteborg
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Series/Report no.: Göteborg Studies in Politics
168
Keywords: Everyday politics
Forced migration
Host community members
Refugees
Turkey
Abstract: This dissertation adds to and broadens the literature on forced migration by explaining how everyday politics influence new social dynamics in cities of arrival. Most of the existing research focuses on the Western context and highlights the cultural differences between the host community members and the refugees who arrive from outside of Europe and North America. To analyse whether these findings are applicable in non–Western contexts, I examine a South–South forced migration context in which ... more
ISBN: 978-91-8009-520-4 (PRINT)
978-91-8009-521-1 (PDF)
ISSN: 0346-5942
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69690
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