ARCP 6: Globalisation, Migration & Asylum: The Peril of the Alien and the Safety of the Familiar
Editors: Jane Callaghan and Rose Capdevila
This issue of the Annual Review of Critical Psychology is devoted to critical work around globalisation and two of its emergent progeny: migration and asylum. The papers included in this issue engage with the questions that arise around how we might theorise, understand and engage with the varying instantiations and positionings of these phenomena critically.
Contents of ARCP 6
Jane Callaghan and Rose Capdevila
Manchester – local and global , place and space
Re-remembering and re-imagining relational boundaries: sibling narratives of migration
‘My mother would worry every single time I went out…’: Meanings of Ethnicities and Sexualised Coercion
‘Everybody is welcome, but..’ Talking of emotions and with emotions about refugees; a psychosocial discursive analysis
Moving relationships / shifting alliances: constructions of migration in the leftist anti-racist movement in Athens
Justifying Harsh Treatment of Asylum Seekers through the Support of Social Cohesion
Gender, race and culture: Unpacking discourses of tradition and culture in UNHCR refugee policy
Suffering children, dead babies and the appeal of the universal child
Review of Ron Roberts, R. (ed.) Just war . Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books, 2007
Annual Review of Critical Psychology is an international peer-reviewed online open-access journal (ISSN 1746-739X)
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