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Using Deconstructing Developmental Psychology to Read Child Migrants to South AfricaAuthor: Palmary, I. and Mahati, S.
Publication date: 10/01/2015
In this article, we consider how we can use the text Deconstructing Developmental Psychology
Unaccompanied Minors and Separated Refugee Children in Sweden: An Outlook on Demography, Education and EmploymentAuthor: Celikaksoy, A. and Wadensjo, E.
Publication date: 21/04/2015
The number of unaccompanied minors has increased over the past ten years in Sweden, the European country that...› See full document
Remittances and Child Labour in Burkina FasoAuthor: Bargain, O and Boutin, D
Publication date: 13/02/2015
This paper explores the effects of remittance receipt on child labour in an African context. We
Making other dreams: The impact of migration on the psychosocial wellbeing of Albanian-origin children and young people upon their families' return to AlbaniaAuthor: Vathi, Z. and Duci, V.
Publication date: 12/02/2015
Return migration has not been associated with negative psychosocial outcomes, while the experience of children...› See full document
Transnational Orientation, Cosmopolitanism and Integration among Albanian-origin teenagers in TuscanyAuthor: Zana Vathi
Publication date: 21/08/2013
Research on transnationalism and integration is increasingly focusing on the intersections between the two...› See full document
Children of Exception: Redefining Categories of Illegality and Citizenship in CanadaAuthor: Francesca Meloni et al
Publication date: 18/04/2013
This article examines legal discourses on precarious status children in Canada over the last decade. Drawing on...› See full document
Parental Migration in Colombia: Children's Voices in National and International PerspectivesAuthor: Maria Claudia Duque-Paramo
Publication date: 02/11/2012
Children are both social actors and subjects of social forces. Children living through migratory processes are...› See full document