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The Ethics of Migration Research Methodology: Dealing with Vulnerable Immigrants Hardcover – August 1, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-1845193317 ISBN-10: 1845193318

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“It is refreshing how this book avoids the pretence of many approaches to methodology and instead opens up the difficult questions around research construction and the role of the researcher in work with vulnerable migrants. Apart from opening up the space for honest debate, it also refuses to recommend one ethic of migration research. Full of detailed deconstruction of the emotional and political aspects of this type of research, the book skillfully invites critical thinking and rasies awareness of why it is often so hard to stand for integrity as researchers in a context of injustice. A very welcome high-level contribution to a much-need debate.”  —Dr. Christien van den Anker, Reader at University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol



“Migration studies increasingly deal with ‘vulnerable populations,’ defined as those who lack the ability to make personal life choices, personal decisions, or maintain independence and self-determination. Inmates in prisons, subjects of human or sexual trafficking, and migrants displaced by war are considered vulnerable populations. Dealing with migration that is so akin to human suffering raises methodological and ethical considerations for field population researchers. This book identifies and grapples with these issues, raising concerns worthy of exploration and debate.”  —Reference & Research Book News

 

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