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"Ambiguous citizens": Kenyan Somalis and the question of belonging

Tabea Scharrer
2018 Journal of Eastern African Studies  
Acknowledgments Precursors of this paper were presented at the Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies in December 2013 and the Somali Studies Conference in Helsinki in 2015.  ...  Disclosure statement No potential conflict of interest was reported by the authors.  ...  "ambiguous citizens", ignoring that many of the attackers were neither Kenyan Somalis nor Somali nationals. 71 This strategy of stigmatization informed the security measures taken.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17531055.2018.1483864 fatcat:rnhe66eg2fahrgxtb4ji56ztkm

Sweets are 'my best friend': belonging, bargains and body-shaming in working class girls' food and health relationships

Karl Kitching, Eluska Fernández, Deirdre Horgan
2021 Children's Geographies  
Disclosure statement No potential conflict of interest was reported by the author(s).  ...  Acknowledgements Our thanks to the reviewing and editorial team for their supportive recommendations on this paper.  ...  International studies on the impact of food environments on children's eating practices do not provide conclusive findings.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14733285.2021.1937522 fatcat:knyymwpfhjbfddoa6oynrr2r44

Loss of Social Belonging, Displacement and Social Exclusion in the Neighborhood: Urban Redevelopment in Sarigol, Istanbul, Turkey

İlkim Markoç
2018 Megaron  
The main objective of this article is to analyze one of the redevelopment site, Sarigol, in Istanbul and three of those problems caused by the urban redevelopment: loss of social belonging, displacement  ...  According to numerous studies, the fundamental cause of social exclusion, regarded as loss of the sense of belonging and physical displacement, is that prior to urban redevelopment, the members of various  ...  This illegality propels crime in Sarigol and has negative impacts on the security of the lives of residents (Table 1) .  ... 
doi:10.5505/megaron.2017.97658 fatcat:r3gegxauunbpthwm554gnketke

Does War Belong in Museums? The Representation of Violence in Exhibitions [chapter]

Wolfgang Muchitsch, Wolfgang Muchitsch
2013 Does War Belong in Museums?  
foreign and security policy.  ...  "Dear Madam/Sir, I feel compelled to write to you about an ad your museum ran in several newspapers.You are indeed a military museum, but do you really feel it necessary to glorify war?  ...  with the experience of war, the official policy of history and the increasingly diverse memoryscape in Belarus (Figure 1 ) is followed by a selective comparison of the old and the new concept of the  ... 
doi:10.14361/transcript.9783839423066.9 fatcat:yojp76xljjh3dfppfkobr5lc6q

Where Do Black Children Belong? The Politics of Race Matching in Adoption

Elizabeth Bartholet
1991 University of Pennsylvania law review  
Many adoption professionals feel that this difference puts adoptees at risk of feeling that they do not really belong.  ...  In Part IV I examine the evidence as to the impact of these policies on children.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3312364 fatcat:mdkrtpen7bhmpf2qq3yy3oqd3q

Citizen or Subordinate: Permutations of Belonging in the United States and the Dominican Republic

Shaina Aber, Mary Small
2013 Journal on Migration and Human Security  
class of children not accountable for their disabling status" to be incompatible "with fundamental conceptions of justice." 11 DREAMers still do not have permanent legal status, but due to the prosecutorial  ...  and gradations of belonging.  ... 
doi:10.14240/jmhs.v1i3.12 fatcat:zhseuz66pbfhbnvf27vibqjvqe

Senses of Belonging: The Politics of Working‐Class Insurance in Britain, 1880–1914

Timothy Alborn
2001 The Journal of modern history  
A series of well-publicized fines of recalcitrant employers in 1912 offered convincing evidence that the government was serious about enforcing compliance.  ...  the financial security of the rest.  ...  These conditions forced friendly societies to choose between imitating the companies' "abstract mutualities," which they did with sporadic success into the 1930s, and turning their back on a type of community  ... 
doi:10.1086/339125 pmid:18340970 fatcat:a4fgdy42gzclvcxjm4f2lumwyq

Power, Gender and the Nation: Negotiations of Belonging in Evelyn Conlon's Short Story "Park-Going Days"

María Amor Barros-del Río
2016 Estudios Irlandeses  
In order to elicit where women situated and how female expressions of belonging and not belonging took shape, this article uses intersectionality to look into the short story "Park-Going Days" authored  ...  María Amor Barros-del Río is a lecturer at the University of Burgos, Spain. Her research focuses on gender studies and contemporary Irish fiction.  ...  These institutions, identified as family and household structures, and employment and welfare policies, were supported in the 1937 Constitution.  ... 
doi:10.24162/ei2016-6011 fatcat:p4z2m7n3obdvbf3sannlxvy5ia

Longing to Belong: Personal Social Capital and Psychological Distress in an Australian Coastal Region

Megan Shipley, Helen L. Berry
2010 Social Science Research Network  
Acknowledgement goes also to residents of the shire for their participation in the study, and to the local print and radio media who promoted participation in the study and assisted with disseminating  ...  Perhaps we really do have a deep longing to belong, to connect to each other and to acknowledge our need for each other in ways we feel we have somehow lost.  ...  It has been proposed that social values can be reduced to two broad dimensions, 'harmony' and 'security' values (Braithwaite 1997; Feather 1995 Sense of belonging Sense of belonging was measured using  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1703238 fatcat:do42qesjpngwdb4ymvs6wb6wme

EASIJ JOURNAL AUGUST 2020 SPECIAL ISSUE

BELONGS TO EASIJ JOURNAL AND RESPECTIVE AUTHORS.
2020 Zenodo  
SPECIAL ISSUE'S INDEX PAGE, CAN BE VISITED HERE>>> https://www.easij.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/EASIJ-Special-Issue-INDEX-Issue-2-Vol.2-August-2020.pdf DOI: www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4031845 Or Search on  ...  EURO AFRO STUDIES INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL (EASIJ) For the Index Page of the Special Issue, please visit the following WebLink Address: https://www.easij.com/2020/08/31/easij-journal-august-2020- special-issue  ...  The belonging of educational elements to a modular block is indicated on the table field by conventional signs of compliance (see the version of the modular training program presentation form).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4031845 fatcat:qedklhrea5fnfoknixls3yslqm

Coming of Age on the Margins: Mental Health and Wellbeing Among Latino Immigrant Young Adults Eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Rachel Siemons, Marissa Raymond-Flesh, Colette L. Auerswald, Claire D. Brindis
2016 Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health  
Research into the impacts of policy changes on young immigrants' MHWB can guide stakeholders to better address this population's health needs.  ...  MHWB implications include the need to reduce fear of deportation and increase access to services.  ...  policies on health determinants, and aims to improve the accountability of policymakers for health impacts at all levels of policy-making'' [42] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10903-016-0354-x pmid:26852235 fatcat:nnt7t3mit5deplvbnbxrfhiije

Semi-Compliance in the Migrant Labour Market

Martin Ruhs, Bridget Anderson
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Discussions of "illegality" in the employment of migrant workers are typically based on a "legal/illegal" dichotomy that conflates breaches of rights of residence and rights of employment.  ...  We argue that -at least to some degree -semi-compliance is simply a logical result of the tension between the needs of a flexible labour market on the one hand, and the desire to closely monitor the employment  ...  I don't think anybody really knows the rules on that. I don't think it's a big deal to do it."  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.911280 fatcat:26sqjyitkfdrlf4m5wfqhubdda

Email & Web Abuse — Monitoring and Investigations

2003 Computer fraud & security  
5 The UK Employment Equality Act 1998, states that an employee is entitled not to be discriminated or harassed in the course of their employment on the grounds of gender, marital and family status, sexual  ...  the first thing that ought to be said here is: you really need to get yourself a good lawyer -I am not one, good or bad.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1361-3723(03)07009-x fatcat:i5vas5osvjdepfrr4yfaqwcgkm

Targeting labour market programmes — results from a randomized experiment

Stefanie Behncke, Markus Frölich, Michael Lechner
2009 Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics  
with monthly information on earnings and employment status (employed, unemployed, non-employed, selfemployed).  ...  We can thus use the randomization as an instrument, denoted by Z, for the download of the predictions (treatment D) to estimate the impact of seeing the predictions on compliance status Y.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03399281 fatcat:yqjnful4yvh4tppm7h3wtuab3q

Labor Market Search, Informality and Schooling Investments

Matteo Bobba, Luca Flabbi, Santiago Levy
2018 Social Science Research Network  
They also show that a universal social security benefit system would decrease informality, incentivize schooling, and increase productivity at a relative fiscal cost that is similar to the one generated  ...  Firms optimally decide the formality status of the job and bargain with workers over wages.  ...  High Schooling Figure 6: Policy Impacts on Informality Rate (d) Changes in B 0 -Share of Informal Employment Note: Top panel reports the proportion of informal employees, the bottom panel the proportion  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3305507 fatcat:a4rg6uarpzcklbxr5ugtoh77mq
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