Introduction to the Special Issue: Migration, Vulnerability and Violence
The contributions to this special issue within this double issue tackle some of the pressing, contemporary issues across the migration landscape. Paying attention to stratifying factors including race, gender and class, the six articles that make up this special issue critically analyse migrant vulnerability as well as resilience and resistance. Adopting different theoretical and methodological approaches, they engage with a variety of contexts and geographical sites (Portugal, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom [UK]). The collection cuts across various disciplines but retains a strong commitment to uncovering the violence of denial, exclusion and deprivation while at the same time making visible migrant struggles and lived experiences.
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Pages:1 to 4
Section:Guest Editorial: Migration, Vulnerability and Violence
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Bhatia, M., Lousley, G. and Turnbull, S. (2020) “Introduction to the Special Issue: Migration, Vulnerability and Violence”, International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 9(3), pp. 1-4. doi: 10.5204/ijcjsd.v9i3.1631.