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Synnøve Kristine Nepstad Bendixsen

Førsteamanuensis, Project: Denaturalizing difference: Challenging the production of global social inequality
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    Postboks 7802
    5020 BERGEN

 

My anthropological work relates to migration issues, more specifically to Islam and Muslims in Europe, with a particular focus on Germany, and irregular migrants in Norway.

 

In my current postdoctoral fellowship that forms part of the Department's ISP prosject: “Denaturalizing difference: Challenging the production of global social inequality” I will pursue theoretical exploration of the denaturalizing of difference and the study of social inequality drawing on my ethnographic material on religiously devoted Muslim youth in Germany and irregular migrants in Norway. I see the position as a unique opportunity to draw further upon and make relevant the thick empirical data material I already have from long-term fieldwork. Since my research interests lie generally in contributing to social anthropological perspectives and theoretical development of how we understand difference and marginalization, inclusion/exclusion, over the long run I hope to use this study as a framework to further investigate processes of social inequality also with methodological implications.

 

My research interests include focus on the refiguration of the subject-citizen, migration dynamics, political mobilisation, marginalization, border processes and technologies of control. My PhD thesis in Social Anthropology (at École des hautes études en sciences sosiales/ Humboldt University, completed in 2010) examines Muslim youth’s religious identity formation and their engagement with Islam in everyday life in Germany. Through long-term ethnographic fieldwork in Muslim religious organization and their participants I examine the collective content of religious identity formation and processes of differentiation. Engaging with anthropological approaches to Islam as a discursive tradition, I look at how religious identification among these Muslim youth in Berlin is continuously crafted within social spaces and structures. In particular, I discuss how desires of women (as of men) are socio-historically constructed, arguing against the universalised perspectives of liberal-humanist interpretation of ‘freedom’ and ‘agency’. I further look at their understanding of what it meant to be a Muslim was informed in various ways by the public representation of Islam and Muslims in Germany. In my thesis and in several published book chapters, I particularly analyze how local configurations and expressions of religiosity among the women were shaped in relation to processes on various scales. In the book publication of the thesis, I also discuss the changing role of religion in an urban European setting, how religious authority is restructured and the formation of gender identity in relation to religious, societal, and family ideals, ideas and sets of values.

 

 My latest fieldwork on irregular migrants in Norway was part of the RCN (NFR) funded project ‘Provision of welfare to irregular migrants’. This project investigates the provision of welfare to irregular migrants in Norway through examining the relationship between law, institutional practices and irregular migrants’ experiences. My own work examines how regulations and policies of the nation-state and at the EU level, as well as local institutional practices, have real and complex effects on the subjective experiences of irregular migrants. Informed by poststructuralist theoretical perspectives, I also focus on the construction of ‘irregularity’ by state power and everyday discourses and migrants experiences of the ‘illegality’ status, which is intricately linked to how ‘illegality’ is constructed. Furthermore, I study not only the politics of exclusion and processes of marginalization, but also discuss the agency of irregular migrants and their political mobilization. 

I am a board member of the interdisciplinary network IMER (International Migration and Ethnic Relations), UiB. IMER has been an interdisciplinary unit at UiB for almost 20 years, consisting of experts from many different disciplines, including law and the humanities, but with a predominance of social scientists. As part of IMER, I have contributed to creating an important and inspiring environment for scholars and students with an interest in IMER research at UiB. Through IMER, we have generated several large research projects with funding from RCN and the EU.

 

[1] http://imer.b.uib.no/

 

 

 

 

SANT 105: Maktens uttrykk og tilsløringer (høst 2014, 2015, 2016)

Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2020. Is it mandatory to celebrate birthdays?’ Birthday parties as a test of belonging in Norway. Ethnologia Scandinavica. A Journal for Nordic Ethnology.
  • 2020. Great expectations: Migrant parents and parent-school cooperation in Norway . Comparative Education.
  • 2020. Existential Displacement: Health Care and Embodied Un/Belonging of Irregular Migrants in Norway. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry.
  • 2019. The Care/Security Nexus of the Humanitarian Border: Assisted Return in Norway. International migration.
  • 2019. Dealing with diversity, hoping for inclusion. Parents’ involvement in urban schools in Norway. Ethnicities.
  • 2018. Transnational practices of irregular migrants and nation-state management in Norway . Nordic Journal of Migration Research. 229-236.
  • 2018. The politicised biology of irregular migrants : micropractices of control, tactics of everyday life and access to healthcare . Nordic Journal of Migration Research. 167-174.
  • 2018. Other people’s children: inclusive parenting in a diverse neighborhood in Norway. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 1-19.
  • 2018. Irregular migrants enacting the border: deportability, humanitarian exceptionalism and healthcare in Norway. Social Anthropology.
  • 2018. Differentiation of rights in the Norwegian welfare state: Hierarchies of belonging and humanitarian exceptionalism. Social Inclusion. 162-171.
  • 2017. The production of irregular migrants: The case of Norway [Ustvarjanje nedokumentiranih migrantov: Primer Norveske]. Dve Domovini. 29-44.
  • 2017. The Production of Irregular Migrants: The Case of Norway. Dve Domovini. 29-43 .
  • 2016. The refugee crisis: destabilizing and restabilizing European borders. History and Anthropology. 536-554.
  • 2014. En denaturalisering av “norsk” antropologis teoriutvikling. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift. 263-268.
  • 2009. Young females negotiating, resisting, and (re constructing ‘Othering’. Kritika i Humanizm. 103-123.
  • 2005. Being Young, Muslim and Female. Creating Space of Belonging in Berlin. Berliner Blätter. 88-98.
  • 2003. Best Practices in Immigration Service Planning. Journal of policy analysis and management. 677-682.
Rapport
  • 2016. Programmes for assisted return to Afghanistan, Iraqi Kurdistan, Ethiopia and Kosovo: A comparative evaluation of effectiveness and outcomes, Report, 2016: 2. .
  • 2014. OUT-reach: Informasjon om frivillig retur til irregulære migranter utenfor mottak. .
  • 2012. Å bli eller dra? Motiver og beslutningsprosess når avviste asylsøkere velger frivillig retur. .
  • 2011. Between two societies: Review of the Information, Return and Reintegration of Iraqi Nationals to Iraq (IRRINI) programme. .
Faglig foredrag
  • 2018. Foreldreskap i det mangfoldige Norge. Fagdag for Bergen kommune.
  • 2018. Birthday Parents. PRESENTATION OF FILM AND DISCUSSION.
  • 2017. Å leve som «ulovlig» i Norge: interne grenser og eksepsjonell velferd.
  • 2016. “I hope that my children will not be a burden on society”. How migrants experience parenting in Norway.
  • 2016. The Refugee Crisis. The Reconfiguration of the Border in a Globalised World.
  • 2016. Samanliknande evaluering av assisterte returprogram til Afghanistan, Irakisk Kurdistan, Etiopia og Kosovo.
  • 2015. Foreldreskap og risikotenkning i det mangfoldige Norge.
Populærvitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2019. SuperCamp: Humanitarian Containment in the Middle East.
  • 2019. Cultural sensitivity. Anthropological approaches in the Public services. .
  • 2018. Chair, Breakfast forum. “The Nobel Peace Prize 2018: Who are the Ezidis?” .
  • 2017. Innenfor/utenfor: Å leve som papirløs i velferdsstaten Norge.
  • 2017. Inkludering av barn i by [Inclusion of children in the urban space].
  • 2017. Anthropology and engagement.
  • 2016. Why do we make stereotypes? Presentation followed by discussion with Elisabeth Ivarsflaten, and Øystein Mortensen.
  • 2015. OUT-reach: Informasjon om frivillig retur til irregulære migranter utenfor mottak.
  • 2015. Living conditions of Irregular Migrants in Norway.
  • 2015. Hvordan kan byen forberede seg på betydelig vekst i innvandring?
  • 2014. Mediating irregular migration. Plenary panel discussion together with Mehmet Aktas, Shahram Khosravi.
  • 2013. Irregulære immigranter og velferdsstaten: inklusjon og eksklusjon.
  • 2013. Introduction to Research on International Migration and Ethnic Diversity.
  • 2012. Irregulære immigranter og helsetjenester: tilgang, tillit og muligheter.
  • 2012. Irregulære immigranter og helsetjenester.
  • 2011. Irregulær migrasjon og den norske velferdsstaten.
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2019. Transnational Practices as Resistance? .
  • 2019. Thinking about Diversity and Migration in an Egalitarian society: Constituting Hierarchical Forms of Belonging in the Name of Egalitarianism.
  • 2019. The Making of Hospitable Spaces? Humanitarian Practices and Imaginations of Hospitality of Volunteers at Lesvos.
  • 2019. Researching volunteers beyond humanitarianism: Doubt, complexities of hope and Melancholia.
  • 2019. Public Engagement: Ethnographic Docu-fiction as a Tool.
  • 2019. Humanitarian Containment: The Role of NGOs and Volunteers along the Balkan Route.
  • 2018. Trust as a dimension of irregular migration.
  • 2018. The Politics of Inclusion. Parents Domesticating Difference and Mutual Belonging in Norway.
  • 2018. Limiting risks? Great expectations from the school and parents with migration background.
  • 2018. Limiting risks? Great expectations from schools and parents with migrant background.
  • 2018. Great Expecttations. Cooperation between schools and migrant parents in Norway.
  • 2018. 2018 Session: Uncertain Solidarities: Migration, Social Incorporation, and European Welfare.
  • 2017. Other people’s children: Parenting in a plural neighborhood in Norway.
  • 2017. Muslim youth and civil society in Germany.
  • 2017. Irregular migrants and political mobilization.
  • 2017. Great expectations: Being a migrant parent in Norway.
  • 2017. Do Muslims localize in Germany?
  • 2017. Constructions of the non-belonging ‘illegal’ body: irregular migrants, deportability and health care in Norway.
  • 2016. Welcoming refugees in an egalitarian society.
  • 2016. The Nation-State, the Border and Return: Transnational Perspectives on Irregular Migrants in Norway .
  • 2016. Other people´s children: Dealing with diversity in multi-ethnic and class differeniated schools in Norway.
  • 2016. Other People´s Children: Parening in Plural Norway.
  • 2016. Om tro og tvil. Roundtable discussant participant.
  • 2016. Helsehjelp og irregulære migranter (Health Care and Irregular migrants).
  • 2016. Flyktninger, Panel discussion on refugees with Knut S. Vikør, Maja Janmyr and Esperanza Diaz.
  • 2016. Fluktens fenomenologi, podium presentation at public event På flukt: I en overopphetet verden [Refugees in an overheated world].
  • 2016. Dealing with Diversity, creating Parenting Cultures?
  • 2016. Creating a Local Community Through Parenting?
  • 2016. Being a young Muslim in Berlin.
  • 2016. Assisted Return as Humanitarian Government: Moral Sentiments, Hegemony and the Management of Irregular Migration in Norway.
  • 2016. Activism, Solidarity and humanitarianism: The Construction of a Vulnerable and Helpless Subject?
  • 2015. Transnational perspectives on the living conditions of irregular migrants: possibilities and limitations.
  • 2015. Returning to where the migrant really ‘belong’? Programs for assisted returns in Norway.
  • 2015. Return – to where you really “belong”? Irregular migrants and assisted return – implications for migrants’ wellbeing.
  • 2015. Return to where you really belong? Irregular migrants, assisted Return and the implications for the migrants’ wellbeing.
  • 2015. Representing irregular migrants: white majority Norwegians’ acts of compassion.
  • 2015. Parenting Cultures in a plural neighbourhood in Bergen.
  • 2015. Parenting Cultures in a Plural Neighbourhood.
  • 2015. Parent-school interaction and the role of class and migration.
  • 2015. Parent - School interaction and risk management in Plural Norway.
  • 2015. Manifestations of control: Irregular migrants and the social construction of boundaries and borders.
  • 2015. Disagreements, illuminations, and mystery. A brief ethnography of anthropology in Norway today.
  • 2015. Disagreement, illuminations and mystery: a brief ethnography of Norwegian anthropology today.
  • 2015. "Introduction: Ontologizing Difference -- De- and Re-Naturalizing Boundaries". Paper held at the workshop "Ontologizing difference: De- and re-naturalizing boundaries”, 19.-20. January 2015, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen, Chaired by Synnøve Bendixsen and Bjørn Enge Bertelsen.
  • 2014. “They take your photograph. You come into existence”: Irregular Migrants and Struggles over Representations.
  • 2014. They take your photograph. You come into existence”: Irregular Migrants and Struggles over Representations.
  • 2014. The becoming visible of irregular migrants.
  • 2014. Roundtable discussant participant at NAT debate (Norsk Antropologisk Årskonferanse): Dagens teoriutvikling truer norsk antropologis særpreg.
  • 2014. Provision of Welfare to Irregular Migrants: Exploring the borders of the Norwegian Welfare State.
  • 2014. Precarious inclusion: Provision of welfare to irregular migrants in Norway.
  • 2014. OUT-reach. Kommunikasjon av “frivillig retur” til irregulære migranter i Norge.
  • 2014. Manifestations of Control on the Irregularized Migrant Body in the session Naturalizing Difference in the time of Economic Liberalization and New Technologies of Control.
  • 2014. Manifestations of Control on the Irregularized Migrant Body.
  • 2014. Irregular migration and the question of citizenship.
  • 2014. Erfarte grenser: marginaliserte kropper og motstand.
  • 2014. Embodying borders: Irregular Migrants and the boundaries of the welfare state.
  • 2014. Between a rock and a hard place: Irregular migrants and assisted return in Norway.
  • 2013. Voice and voicelessness of irregular migrants in Norway.
  • 2013. Regularization through political mobilisation? Irregular migrants claiming rights in Norway,.
  • 2013. Regularization through political mobilisation? Irregular migrants claiming rights in Norway.
  • 2013. Politics of belonging of irregular migrants in Norway.
  • 2013. Irregular migration in Europe: Aspects and Research Findings.
  • 2013. Irregular migrant’s experiences with access to health care.
  • 2013. Irregular migrants Claiming Rights and Place: Narration, Voice and Political Representation.
  • 2013. Dealing with sick bodies: gendered differences of irregular migrant’s strategies towards exclusion in the Norwegian welfare state.
  • 2013. Dealing with sick bodies.
  • 2013. Dealing with Irregular Migration in Europe: Research Concepts and Political Responses.
  • 2013. Constructing the undeserving subject: irregular migrant’s bodies in the Norwegian Welfare State.
  • 2012. The struggle of becoming citizens.
  • 2012. Mourning and belonging: The becoming political of irregularized migrants in Norway.
  • 2012. Mourning and belonging: The becoming political of irregularized migrants in Norway.
  • 2012. Irregular Migration – global developments and policies.
  • 2012. Gender and Religion.
  • 2012. Creating Modes of Political Belonging: Acts of Contestation by Irregular Migrants in Norway.
  • 2012. Becoming worthy citizens: the destabilization and re-inscription of citizenship boundaries.
  • 2011. The Norwegian Welfare State and Irregular Migrants.
  • 2011. Politics of the Self: Religious Knowledge Formation among Young Muslim Women in Berlin.
  • 2011. National Paradigms and Transnational Perspectives in Migration Research.
  • 2011. Irregular migrants and the Welfare State: the Missing Link?
  • 2011. From homo sacer to political agents? Ethiopian irregular migrant’s interventions in and outside Oslo Cathedral.
  • 2011. Crafting a religious self in Europe: body formation and body politic of young female Muslims in Berlin.
  • 2011. Becoming political agents: irregular migrants in Oslo.
  • 2011. 'We refuse to be silenced': Irregular Migrants' Struggle for Recognition.
Leserinnlegg
  • 2015. Penger følger deg ikke i døden. Bergens Tidende. 44-44.
Short communication
  • 2014. En denaturaliseing av “norsk” antropologis teoriutvikling. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift. 263-268.
Anmeldelse
  • 2016. Iraqi women in Denmark. Ritual performance and belonging in everyday life. by Marianne Pedersen (book review). Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 233-234.
  • 2016. Anthropology of Citizenship by Sian Lazar. Social Analysis: The International Journal of Anthropology.
  • 2015. Globografi. En kort innføring i flerlokalitetsforskning by Hans Erik Næss (book review). Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift. 198-200.
  • 2013. Book review of Asylsøker: I velferdsstatens venterom. Tidsskrift for velferdsforskning. 122-124.
  • 2012. Book review of Islam og muslimer i Danmark. Religion, identitet og sikkerhed efter 11. september 2001, Pedersen og Rytter (eds). Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift. 202-204.
Vitenskapelig antologi/Konferanseserie
  • 2019. Contested Hospitalities in a Time of Migration: Religious and Secular Counterspaces in the Nordic Region. Routledge.
  • 2019. Contested Hospitalities in a Time of Migration. Religion and Secular Counterspaces in the Nordic Region. Routledge.
  • 2017. Egalitarianism in Scandinavia. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 2016. Engaged Anthropology: Views from Scandinavia. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 2016. Critical Anthropological Engagements in Human Alterity and Difference. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • 2015. Eksepsjonell velferd? Irregulære migranter i det norske velferdssamfunnet. Gyldendal Juridisk.
Vitenskapelig monografi
  • 2013. The Religious Identity of Young Muslim Women in Berlin.
Mastergradsoppgave
  • 2020. Musikk og sosialt liv: En studie av musikalsk praksis i Berlin.
  • 2016. Becoming a Good Citizen: Jewish identity in contemporary Israel .
  • 2014. "My Father was a refugee, I am a refugee, and my son will continue to be a refugee!". Reconstruction of identity, home and belonging among the Palestinian Diaspora in Chile.
Kronikk
  • 2017. Valgkampen er for snever. Bergens Tidende.
Vitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel
  • 2019. Contextualized hospitalities: Migrants and the Nordic beyond the religious/secular binary. 15 sider.
  • 2019. Conclusion. 5 sider.
  • 2018. Timeless time among irregular migrants: The slowness of waiting in an accelerated world.
  • 2017. Voice Matters: Calling for Victimhood, Shared Humanity and Citizenry of Irregular Migrants in Norway. 23 sider.
  • 2017. Return to wellbeing? Irregular migrants and assisted return in Norway. 18 sider.
  • 2017. Muslim Youth Practicing Veiling in Berlin: 'Universal Islam’, Modernity, Aesthetics and Morality. 10 sider.
  • 2017. Multiculturalism, veiling fashion and mosques. A religious topography of Islam in Berlin. 18 sider.
  • 2017. Introduction: Egalitarianism in a Scandinavian Context. 44 sider.
  • 2017. Being a Young Muslim in Germany. 23 sider.
  • 2016. Recalibrating Alterity, Difference, Ontology: Anthropological Engagements with Human and Non-Human Worlds. 40 sider.
  • 2016. Introduction. 22 sider.
  • 2016. Can the irregular migrant woman speak? 23 sider.
  • 2015. Vilkårlige rettigheter? Irregulære migranters tillit, sosiale kapital og kreative taktikker. 19 sider.
  • 2014. Being and becoming a German Muslim Youth: Muslimische Jugend in Deutschland. 5 sider.
  • 2013. Processes of Localised and Globalised Islam among Young Muslims in Berlin. 19 sider.
  • 2013. Connecting the Local, National and Transnational Powers of a Religious Youth Organisation in Berlin. 13 sider.
  • 2013. Becoming Members in the Community of Value: Ethiopian Irregular Migrants Enacting Citizenship in Norway. 20 sider.
  • 2013. 'I Love My Prophet': Religious Taste, Consumption and Distinction in Berlin. 19 sider.
  • 2012. Islam as a New Urban Identity? Young Female Muslims Creating a Religious Youth Culture in Berlin. 20 sider.
  • 2011. Islam as a New Urban Identity? Constructing a Religious Youth Culture in Berlin. 23 sider.
Vitenskapelig oversiktsartikkel/review
  • 2015. «Give me the damn papers!» Å vente på oppholdspapirer. 285-303.

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Bendixsen, S.  2013. ‘I love my Prophet’. Religious Taste as Social Boundary Marking in Berlin, in Moors, Annelies and Tarlo, Emma (eds.), Islamic Fashion and Anti-fashion. New Perspectives from Europe and America, Berg Publishers: London.

 

 

 

- 2013. The Religious Identity of Young Muslim Women in Berlin. An Ethnographic Study, Brill: Leiden

 

 

 

- 2013. Becoming Members in the Community of Value: Ethiopian Irregular Migrants Enacting Citizenship in Norway, in Migration Matters, A. Edelstein and M. Dugan (eds.), Inter-Disciplinary Press: Oxfordshire, pp. 3-22

 

 

 

- 2013. Processes of Localised and Globalised Islam among Young Muslims in Berlin, in Religions in Movement. The Local and the Global in Contemporary Faith Traditions, R. Hefner, Hutchinson, J., Mels, S. and Timmerman, C. (eds.), Routledge: London, pp. 211-229

 

 

 

- 2013. Connecting the Local, National, and Transnational Powers of a Religious Youth Organisation in Berlin, in Topographies of Faith. Religion in Urban Spaces, Casanova, J. I. Becci, Burchardt, M. (eds.), Brill: Leiden, pp. 99-112

 

 

 

- 2013. Being Muslim or being ‘German’? Islam as a New Urban Identity (Reprint), in Wilcox, Melissa M. (ed.), Religion in Today’s World. Global Issues, Sociological Perspectives, Routledge: London, pp. 449-461

 

 

 

Øien, Cecilie og Synnøve Bendixsen 2012. Å bli eller dra? Motiver og beslutningsprosess når avviste asylsøkere velger frivillig retur. Fafo: Oslo

 

 

 

Bendixsen, S. 2012. Book review of Islam og muslimer i Danmark. Religion, identitet og sikkerhed efter 11. september 2001, Pedersen og Rytter (eds), in Norsk Antropolologisk Tidsskrift, 2: 23: 202-204. 

 

 

 

Strand, Bendixsen, Paasche and Schultz 2011. Between two societies: Review of the Information, Return and Reintegration of Iraqi Nationals to Iraq (IRRINI) programme, CMI report, 2011:4.

 

 

 

Bendixsen 2011. Islam as a New Urban Identity? Constructing a Religious Youth Culture in Berlin, in Eckardt, F. and Eade, J. (eds.), The Ethically diverse city, Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, pp. 473 – 495.

 

 

 

- 2010. ‘It’s like doing SMS to Allah’. Young Female Muslims Crafting a Religious Self in Berlin, PhD Thesis, Paris: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales & Humboldt Universität.

 

 

 

- 2009. Being Muslim or being ‘German’? Islam as a New Urban Identity, in Tibe Bonifacio, G. and Angeles, Vivienne SM (eds.), Gender, Religion and Migration: Pathways of Integration, Lexington Books: Lanham, pp. 95-115. 

 

 

 

- 2009. Young females negotiating, resisting, and (re)constructing ‘Othering’, in Critique and Humanism Journal, Human and Social Studies Foundation, Sofia, 30/3, pp. 103-123.

 

 

 

- 2009. Îslam û çanda ciwanên li bajaran (Mind the Gap. Young Female Muslims Crafting a Religious Self in Berlin), in Le Monde diplomatique Kurdi, available online: http://kurmanci.lemondediplo-kurdi.com/2009/12/islam-u-canda-ciwanen-li-bajaran

 

 

 

- 2008. Der Islam als neuer Identifikationsfaktor? Junge Musliminnen in Berlin, available online: www.muslimische-stimmen.de, 02.07.08 (Portal for migration and issues on Muslims in Germany)

 

 

 

- 2007. Making Sense of the City: Religious Spaces of Young Muslim Females in Berlin, in Informationen zur modernen Stadtgeschichte 2/2007, pp. 51-65.

 

 

 

- 2006. Religiöse Räume organisieren: Eine neue Generation von Muslimen, in Islamisches Gemeindeleben in Berlin, der Beaftragte des Senats für Integration und Migration, pp. 59-63.

 

 

 

- 2005. Being Young, Muslim and Female. Creating Space of Belonging in Berlin, in Berliner Blätter, Gesellschaft für Ethnographie (GfE), Berlin, pp. 88-98.

 

 

 

Bendixsen, S. & de Guchteneire, P. 2003. Best Practices in Immigration Service Planning, in Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Volume 22, Issue 4 (Autumn). Wiley. Berkeley, pp. 677-682. Available online: http://www.unesco.org/most/migration/article_bpimm.htm