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Migration and social transformation through the lens of locality: a multi-sited study of experiences of neighbourhood transformation

Journal article

Rebecca Williamson et al, (2021), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

Exploring RSD handover from UNHCR to States

Forced Migration Review

Caroline Nalule and Derya Ozkul, (2020), Forced Migration Review, 65, 27 - 29

Recognising refugees: understanding the real routes to recognition

Forced Migration Review

Cathryn Costello et al, (2020), Forced Migration Review, 65, 4 - 7

Refugee recognition: not always sought

Forced Migration Review

Derya Ozkul, (2020), Forced Migration Review, 65, 39 - 42

Participatory research: still a one-sided research agenda?

Journal article

Derya Ozkul, (2020), Migration Letters, 17(2), 229 - 237

Transnationalism

Chapter

Derya Ozkul, (2019), The SAGE Handbook of International Migration

Syrian refugees’ return from Lebanon

Forced Migration Review

Tamirace Fakhoury and Derya Ozkul, (2019), Forced Migration Review, 62, 26 - 28

The making of a transnational religion: Alevi movement in Germany and the World Alevi union

Journal article

Derya Özkul, (2019), British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies

At the cutting edge of migration and refugee studies: A tribute to Prof Stephen Castles

Journal article

Derya Ozkul and Vince Marotta, (2018), Journal of Intercultural Studies, 39 (2), 111 - 113

Special Issue: Festschrift for Professor Stephen Castles

Journal issue

Derya Ozkul and Vince Marotta, (2018), Journal of Intercultural Studies, 39 (2)

Editors’ introduction: Precarious lives and Syrian refugees in Turkey

Journal article

Derya Ozkul and Mine Eder, (2016), New Perspectives on Turkey, 54, 1 - 8

Special Issue: Precarious lives and Syrian refugees in Turkey

Journal issue

Derya Ozkul and Mine Eder, (2016), New Perspectives on Turkey, 54

International migration in an era of neoliberal social transformation

Chapter

Derya Ozkul, (with Magdalena Arias Cubas and Stephen Castles) , (2015), Social Transformation and Migration: National and Local Experiences in South Korea, Turkey, Mexico and Australia, 301 - 312

Migration flows in Turkey’s neoliberal era: the case of Kumkapı, Istanbul

Chapter

Derya Ozkul, (2015), Social Transformation and Migration: National and Local Experiences in South Korea, Turkey, Mexico and Australia, 151 - 166

Social Transformation and Migration: National and Local Experiences in South Korea, Turkey, Mexico and Australia

Book

Stephen Castles, Derya Ozkul and Magdalena Arias Cubas (eds), (2015)

Special Issue: Temporary Migration in Africa

Journal issue

Derya Ozkul and Franklin Obeng-Odoom, (2013), African Journal of Economics and Finance, 5(1)

Temporary Migration: Views from the Global South

Journal article

Derya Ozkul and Franklin Obeng-Odoom, (2013), African Journal of Economics and Finance, 5(1)

Forced Migration Review (FMR)

Forced Migration Review presents concise, accessible articles on forced migration in a magazine format.

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Journal of Refugee Studies (JRS)

The Journal of Refugee Studies provides a forum for exploration of the complex problems of forced migration.

RSC research in brief Series

This series presents concise summaries of research in an accessible and engaging format.

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RSC Working Paper Series

This series is intended to aid the rapid distribution of research findings, work in progress, and special lectures.

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RSC Policy Briefing Series

This series seeks to stimulate debates on issues of key interest to researchers, policymakers and practitioners.

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Studies in Forced Migration

This book series is published by Berghahn Books, in association with the Refugee Studies Centre.