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Following their lead: Transnational connectivity and mobility along family figurations in displacement (TRAFIG practice note no. 10).

Release Date

2022

Language

  • German
  • English

Topics


Transnational lives are not the exception but rather a reality of displaced peoples’ everyday lives. This became obvious in our research with refugees in Germany, in which we used a figurational approach to better understand their situation and how they overcome protracted displacement. By focussing on the social constellations in displacement, a figurational approach can offer practitioners a new way to identify how to best support displaced people.

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https://zenodo.org/communities/trafig/?page=1&size=20
@misc{ChristIsikozluEtzold, author = "Simone Christ and Elvan Isikozlu and Benjamin Etzold", title = "Following their lead: Transnational connectivity and mobility along family figurations in displacement (TRAFIG practice note no. 10).", latexTitle = "Following their lead: Transnational connectivity and mobility along family figurations in displacement (TRAFIG practice note no. 10).", publisher = "BICC", institution = "BICC", type = "Other publications", year = "2022", doi = "https://zenodo.org/communities/trafig/?page=1&size=20", address = "Bonn", }

Document-Type

Other publications

DOI

https://zenodo.org/communities/trafig/?page=1&size=20

Publisher

BICC

Place

Bonn