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The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement



  • Relations between native citizens and international migrants
  • Electoral growth of the xenophobic far-right, and entrance into governing coalitions in several countries and the reaction of immigrants in a variety of European contexts to such changing conditions.
  • Immigrant identities, attitudes and behaviours, with a focus on: (1) orientations towards the “host” political community; (2) orientations towards liberal-democratic institutions and values; (3) forms of political engagement; and (4)  strategies for individual and family mobility and unity in the face of increasingly restrictive immigration regimes.
Department of Sociology
Dr Thomas Jeffrey Miley
Not available for consultancy