Challenges of Research on Belonging and Identity: Critical Engagements with Theory and Methods

Monday, July 14, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: F201
RC05 Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Helma LUTZ, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany and Karim MURJI, Open University, United Kingdom
Helma LUTZ, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
‘Belonging' in The Land Down-Under: Insights from Three Methodologies (Oral Presentation)
Farida FOZDAR, The University of Western Australia, Australia

Can the Racialised Other ‘Belong'? Rethinking Race, Racism and Belonging in Australia – Perceptions of Skilled Black African Migrants (Oral Presentation)
Virginia MAPEDZAHAMA, University of New England, Australia; Kwansah-Aidoo KWAMENA, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Researching Youth Ethnicities in East London and in Paris Banlieues: Methodological Challenges and Explorations (Oral Presentation)
Agathe VOISIN, Observatoire Sociologique du Changment, France

Multiracial Parents and the Intergenerational Transmission of 'Race' and Belonging (Oral Presentation)
Miri SONG, University of Kent, England, United Kingdom

Researching Intersectional Identities and Belonging through a Geometric Approach (Oral Presentation)
Stéphanie CASSILDE, Centre d'Etudes en Habitat Durable, Belgium

"Belonging" in the Study of Younger Generations of Migrant Background (Oral Presentation)
Mari TOIVANEN, University of Turku (Finland), Finland