Studia Migracyjne - Przegląd Polonijny

Numer tematyczny: Polacy na Wyspach (w Wielkiej Brytanii)

pod redakcją Dr Michała P. Garapicha

Nr 1/2011 (pdf)

Spis treści

1. Michal P. Garapich (Roehampton University)

Transnationalism revisited – a decade of migration between Poland and United Kingdom. Introduction to the Special Issue

2. Anne White (University of Bath)

The mobility of Polish families in the West of England: translocalism and attitudes to return

3. Agnieszka Ignatowicz (Aston University)

Travelling home: Personal mobility and “new” Polish migrants in England

4. Katherine Botterill (Newcastle University)

Mobility and Immobility in the European Union: Experiences of Young Polish People Living in the UK

5. Paulina Trevena (University of Southampton)

Divided by class, connected by work: Class divisions among the new wave of Polish migrants in the UK

6. Bogusia Temple (University of Central Lancashire)

Influences on integration: Exploring Polish people’s views of other ethnic communities

7. Bernadetta Siara (City University London)

Constructions around body within recent Polish migration to the United Kingdom

8. Emilia Pietka (Strathclyde University)

Encountering Forms of co-ethnic relations: Polish community in Glasgow

9. Ewa Helinska-Hughes, Paul Lassalle (University of the West of Scotland), Michael Hughes (University of Aberdeen)

Polish Entrepreneurs in Scotland: life trajectories, social capital and business strategies.

10. Dawn B Judd (University of Central Lancashire)

The contribution of Post-Accession Polish migrants to adult social care services

11. Joanna Krotofil (Jagiellonian University, Roehampton University), Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska (Jagiellonian University)

‘Holy Spirit weekend’ –charismatic experience of Polish Catholics in UK

12. Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska (Jagiellonian University) David Hay (University of Aberdeen), Joanna Krotofil (Jagiellonian University, Roehampton University)

Between universalism and ethnic particularism: polish migrants to the United Kingdom. perspective prom the psychology of religion

13. Alessio D’Angelo, Louise Ryan (Middlesex University)

Sites of socialisation - Polish parents and children in London schools

14. Teresa Staniewicz, (University of Warwick)

Negotiating Space and Contesting Boundaries: The case of Polish Roma and Polish migrants. Migration and Adaptation as viewed via a Social Capital lens.

15. Katarzyna Andrejuk (Warsaw University)

Polish students at London universities and their attitudes towards the Polish diaspora in the UK

16. Michał P. Garapich (Roehampton University)

Of alcohol and men – survival, masculinities and anti-institutionalism of Polish homeless men in a global city