标题（title）：The In-Between Spaces of Asylum and Migration: A Participatory Visual Approach
出版社（publisher）：Springer International Publishing;Palgrave Macmillan
大小（size）：8 MB (8478539 bytes)
Based on ethnographic research with asylum seekers living in a ‘direct provision’ centre in Ireland, and comprising participatory visual methods, this work offers a unique examination of the ‘direct provision’ system that analyses the tensions between exclusion and marginalization, and involvement and engagement with local communities.
It gives voice to the perspectives of residents themselves through an analysis of photographic images and texts created by the participants of the project, providing fresh insight into the everyday experiences of living in these liminal zones between borders, and the various forms of attachment, engagement and belonging that they create. While the book’s empirical focus is on the Irish context, the analysis sheds light on broader policies and experiences of exclusion and the increasing number of liminal spaces between and within borders in which people seeking protection wait.
Situated at the intersection of social anthropology, human geography and participatory arts and visual culture, it will appeal to scholars and students focusing on migration and asylum, ethnicity and integration, as well as those with an interest in participatory and visual research methods.
Table of contents :
Front Matter ....Pages i-xii
Introduction (Zoë O’Reilly)....Pages 1-17
Asylum and Direct Provision in Ireland (Zoë O’Reilly)....Pages 19-55
The Politics and Practice of Exclusion (Zoë O’Reilly)....Pages 57-94
The Politics and Practice of Research (Zoë O’Reilly)....Pages 95-136
Liminality (Zoë O’Reilly)....Pages 137-189
Resisting Liminality: Connectedness, Belonging and Integration (Zoë O’Reilly)....Pages 191-226
Beyond the Space of the Project: The Politics of Representation and Contributions to Knowledge (Zoë O’Reilly)....Pages 227-252
Back Matter ....Pages 253-303