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Location: BS.G.33
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Business School, Ground Floor Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
RN35_01c: The Local Production of Borders
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Margit Fauser, Bielefeld

Deciding To Detain: Border Practices Of Cantonal Street-Level Bureaucrats

Christin Achermann, Jonathan Miaz

nccr-on the move, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Repercussions of Borders and Boundaries in the Everyday Lives of Afghan Refugees in Switzerland

Carolin Fischer, Anna Wyss

Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Building Boundaries at the Border. Neighborhood Practices, Inhabitants' Mobilizations and Ethno-racial Categorization in the Border-town of Ventimiglia

Daniela Trucco

University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France

The Obligation to Learn as a Disadvantage for (Some) Family Migrants in Germany? Differential Integration Requirements as Symbolic Boundaries

Chieh Hsu

Heidelberg University, Germany

MD01: Cosmopolitanism, Antisemitism, Universalism: A Tribute to the Critical Social Theory of Robert Fine
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Karin Stoegner, University of Vienna
Chair: Francisco Javier Salinas Lemus, University College London
RN35_02c: Migration in Longitudinal Perspective
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Dilek Cindoglu, Hbku

New Polish Organizations in France: Change or Continuity?

Jacek Kubera

Institute for Western Affairs, Poland

Marriage and Social Integration – Results From a Longitudinal Survey Among Immigrants in Germany

Stephanie Fleischer

Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, Germany

Socialization And Competition: Mechanisms Of Changes In Attitudes Towards Immigrants In Germany And The UK From 2002 To 2016.

Katja Schmidt1,2

1: German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany; 2: Berlin Graduate School for Social Sciences (BGSS) at Humboldt University (HU) Berlin, Germany

Understanding Migrants’ Responses To Unsettling Events: Interrogating ‘Brexodus’ Through A Time-Place-Relational Lens

Majella Kilkey1, Louise Ryan2

1: Univ of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 2: Univ of Sheffield, United Kingdom

RN35_03c: Family and Gender Relations in Current Migration Contexts
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Anna Schnitzer, University of Zurich

Doing Family and Education in Migration Contexts

Eveline Reisenauer

Deutsches Jugendinstitut, Germany

From French Mothers To Migrant Mothers: Narratives Of Transformations, Lost Privileges And The ‘Quieter’ Everyday In Brexit Britain.

Benedicte Alexina Melanie Brahic

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Conceptualising Sexual and Gender-based Violence Against Refugees: policy makers, non-government and international organisations and service providers in Turkey and Sweden

Hannah Bradby1, Saime Ozcurumez2, Selin Akyuz2

1: Uppsala University, Sweden; 2: Bilkent University, Turkey

“They Put Me In A Freezer And They Closed The Door”: The Lived Experiences Of Syrian Refugee Families Resettled In The UK

Hannah Haycox

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

RN35_04c: Borders and Boundaries
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Margit Fauser, Bielefeld

The Concomitant Construction Of Boundaries And Borders As Means Of In/Exclusion: The Example Of Europe’s Tightening Legislation Against Cross-Border Marriages

Janine Dahinden

University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

In the Need of Borders? A Sociological Case against Open Borders

Stefan Immerfall

University of Education at Schwaebisch Gmuend, Germany

Bordering and Debordering the Alpine Chain: Local Responses to Policies of Migrants “Push-Back” at the Northern Italian Frontiers

Cecilia Vergnano

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

Postmodern borders. The European externalization policy to stop migration

Stefania Tusini

University for Foreigners of Perugia, Italy

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
RN35_05c: Migration and Integration Reconsidered I
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Tetiana Havlin, University of Siegen

On The Importance Of Playing House. The Paradox Of The Domestic Attachment Mode In Finnish Immigrant Integration Policies

Linda Haapajarvi

Centre Maurice Halbwachs, France

Contact Theory and Integration Policy: Intergroup Peer Interaction between Young Children in two Danish Desegregated Schools

Sidsel Vive Jensen

VIVE - The Danish Center for Social Science Research, Denmark

Multi-focal Integration. A Theoretical Synthesis On Immigrant Integration With An Empirical Application

Laura Kemppainen, Teemu Kemppainen

University of Helsinki, Finland

Integration through Blood Donation: Post-Secular Implications of British Shia Immigrants’ Civic Engagement

Morteza Hashemi

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

RN35_06c: Migration and Integration Reconsidered II
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Kaja Skowronska, Université de Nantes

Assimilation Theory As A Theory Of South-To-North Migrant Incorporation: Analyzing The Contrasting Characteristics Of North-To-South Migration And Laying The Groundwork For A General Theory Of Migrant Incorporation

Caroline Maria Schöpf1,2, Matthew M. Chew1

1: Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong; 2: Max Weber Foundation, Germany

Acculturation of Slavic Migrants in Poland. Socio-Legal Study

Jan Bazyli Klakla

Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland

Exploring Migrants’ Legal Consciousness: a Case of African Migrants in Lithuania

Ramunė Miežanskienė

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

Value Consensus and Feelings of Welcome Amongst Refugees: Evidence from a Prospective Panel Study

Lukas Marian Fuchs

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

RN35_07c: Migration and the Labour Market
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Gordana Dragomir Vuksanovic, Novi Sad Business School

Transient Wishes: Labour Market Aspirations of Highly Educated Refugees in Malmö and Munich

Katarina Mozetič

University of Oslo, Norway

Migration Trajectories, Social Networks and Employment Rates

Michael Eve

University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy

Identity, Belonging and Economic Outcomes in England and Wales

Ivelina Hristova

London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

Female Agency in Semi-Legality – Life Strategies of Serbian Women in France and Germany

Dunja Poleti Cosic

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Serbia

RN37_08: Spatial segregation in cities
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: M. Victoria Gómez, University Carlos III Madrid

Methodological Considerations for Exploring Marginalized Urban Experiences: A Qualitative Geospatial Approach

Natalia Martini

Jagiellonian University, Poland

“That thing they call a ghetto”: Distinctions in a Stigmatized Neighborhood in Copenhagen

Christian Sandbjerg Hansen

Aarhus University, Denmark

Profits of Trans/locality? Spatial Segregation and Practices of Organizing Resources in Times of Translocal Mobility and Communication

Daniela Krüger, Robert George Vief, Henrik Schultze, Talja Blokland

Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany

The Politics Of Territorial Stigmatization

Troels Schultz Larsen1, Kristian Nagel Delica2

1: Roskilde University, Denmark; 2: Roskilde University, Denamrk

RN37_BM: RN37 Business Meeting
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Marta Smagacz-Poziemska, Jagiellonian University
Chair: M. Victoria Gómez, University Carlos III Madrid
Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
RN35_09c: Concepts of Belonging in Migration Contexts
Location: BS.G.33
Chair: Janine Dahinden, University of Neuchâtel

Passing, Being Liminal, and Belonging in Longitudinal and Current Migration Perspectives

Pat Cox

University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

Concepts of Belonging in the Narratives of ‘Multiple’ Migrants

Aleksandra Winiarska1, Justyna Salamońska1, Marta Kluszczyńska1,2

1: University of Warsaw, Poland; 2: Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland

Who Belongs to Us? 'Politics of Belonging' Before, During and After the 'Refugee Crisis' in Germany and Their Interplay With Anti-Immigrant-Attitudes

Madlen Preuß1,2, Andreas Zick2

1: University of Applied Science Bielefeld; 2: Institute for Interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence, Bielefeld University

Mono-, Bi- or Transcultural? Reflection of Identity Constructions of International Mobiles.

Jean Philippe Décieux

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

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