Latest publications from the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS).
Cheung, SY and Phillimore, J (2016), Gender and Refugee Integration: A quantitative analysis of integration and social policy outcomes, Journal of Social Policy.
Lindenmeyer, A, Redwood, S, Griffith, L, Ahmed, S & Phillimore, J (2016) Recent migrants' perspectives on antibiotic use and prescribing in primary care.
Phillimore, J. & Goodson, L. (in production for 2016) Delivering social welfare in the age of superdiversity. Routledge.
Bradby, H., Humphris, R., Newall, D., Mahmud, A. & Phillimore, J. (2015) Accessibility and quality of health care delivery for refugees, asylum seekers and newly arrived migrants: which policies and interventions work? WHO Europe Health Evidence Network Report. Venice: WHO.
Guru, S., Phillimore, J., & Round, J. Superdiversity: spatial expressions and configurations. London: Routledge (under review).
McCabe, A. & Phillimore, J. (in production) Getting below the radar: understanding community groups and activities in the UK. Bristol: Policy Press.
Phillimore, J. & Bradby, H. (in press for 2015) Immigration and health in the UK. Raphael, D. ed. Immigration in Modern Nations: Public Policy, Immigrant Experiences, and Health Outcomes. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Phillimore (2015) Superdiversity and social policy. In Vertovec, S. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Diversity. London: Routledge.
Phillimore, J. & McCabe, A. (2015) Luck, passion, network and skills: recipe for action below the radar? TSRC working paper 129.
Phillimore, J. (in press for 2015) Migration and Social Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Phillimore, J. in Gilardoni, G., D’Odorico, & Carrillo, D. ed.s (2015) KING Knowledge for Integration Governance: evidence on migrants’ integration in Europe. Milan: Foundazione ISMU.
Phillimore, J. & McCabe, A. (2015) Small scale civil society and social policy: importance of experiential learning, insider knowledge and diverse motivations in shaping community action. Voluntary Sector Review 6 (2).
Phillimore, J. (2015) Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: the challenges of novelty and newness Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Bloch, A., Sigona, N., Zetter, R. (2014) Sans Papiers: The Social and Economic Lives of Young, Undocumented Migrants, Pluto Press.
Cheung, S.Y. and Phillimore, J. (2014) ‘Refugees, Social Capital and Labour Market Integration in the UK’, Sociology, 48 (3) DOI: 10.1177/0038038513491467.
Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E., Loescher, G., Long, K. and Sigona, N. (2014) Oxford Handbook on Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Oxford: OUP.
Grzymala-Kazlowska, A and Grzymala-Morzczynska, H (2014) The Anguish of Repatriation, East European Politics and Societies, SAGE doi:10.1177/0888325414532492.
Grzymala-Kazlowska, A (2014) The role of different forms of bridging capital for immigrant adaptation and upward mobility. The case of Ukrainian and Vietnamese immigrants settled in Poland. Ethnicities, SAGE doi:10.1177/1468796813518314.
Karnilowicz, W, Ali, L and Phillimore, J (2014), Community research within a social constructionist epistemology: implications for 'scientific rigour', Community Development, DOI: 10.1080/15571530.2014.936479.
McCabe, A, MacNamara, Y and Mann, S (2014), Building bridges, shifting sands: changing community development strategies in the Gypsy and Traveller voluntary sector, in Andrew Ryder, Sarah Cemlyn and Thomas Acton (eds): Hearing the voices of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities: Inclusive community development. Bristol, Policy Presss.
Phillimore, J (2014), Delivering maternity services in an era of superdiversity: The challenges of novelty and newness, Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies
Soteri-Proctor, A., Phillimore, J. & McCabe, A. (2014) Grassroots civil society at crossroads: staying on the path to independence or turning onto the UK Government's route to localism? Development in Practice 23 (8). Taylor & Francis Online.
Stringer, M (2014) Evidencing superdiversity in the census and beyond. Religion 07/2014: 44(3). DOI: 10.1080/0048721X.2014.903649
Stringer, M (2014) Religion, Ethnicity and National Origins: Exploring the Independence of Variables in a Superdiverse Neighbourhood, DISKUS.
Stringer, M (2014), Evidencing superdiversity in the census and beyond, Religion. Taylor & Francis Online.
Wessendorf, A (2014), Commonplace Diversity: Social Relations in a Superdiverse Context, Palgrave Macmillan.
Berg, M. L., Gidley, B. and Sigona, N. (eds) (2013) Identities. Global studies in culture and power, special issue on ‘Ethnography, diversity and the urban space’, 20 (4).
Cheung, S.Y. and Phillimore, J. (2013) ‘Refugees, Social Capital and Labour Market Integration in the UK’, Sociology, DOI: 10.1177/0038038513491467
Cheung, S. & Phillimore, J. (2013) Refugee integration, social networks and social capital. Report for Nuffield Foundation.
Kaneff, D. (2013), Privatizing the borders: human rights and the British visa regime, Anthropology Today, Vol.29, No.2.
McCabe, A, Gilchrist, A, Harris, K, Afridi, A and Kyprianou, P (2013), Making the links: Poverty, ethnicity and social networks. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Phillimore, J. and Goodson, L. (forthcoming) Welfare provisions in an era of superdiversity. London: Routledge.
Phillimore, J. (2013). Housing, Home and Neighbourhood Renewal in the Era of Superdiversity: Some Lessons from the West Midlands. Housing Studies, (ahead-of-print), 1-19.
Powell, M., Johns, N. and Green, A. (2013) Equal opportunities and diversity: exploring the relevance of Le Grand’s Models of Service Provision. Social Policy and Society, 12(4): 495-505
Skelcher, C, Sullivan, H and Jeffares, S (2013) Hybrid Governance in European Cities: Neighbourhood, Migration and Democracy, Palgrave.
Soteri-Proctor, A, Phillimore, J & McCabe, A (2014) Grassroots civil society at crossroads: staying on the path to independence or turning onto the UK Government's route to localism? Development in Practice 23 (8).
Tonkiss, K. (2013), Constitutional patriotism, migration and the post-national dilemma. Citizenship Studies, Vol.17, pp.491-503.
Berg, M. L., and Sigona, N. (2013) ‘Ethnography, diversity and urban space‘, Identities, 20 (4).
Cheung, S.Y. and Phillimore, J. (2013) ‘Refugees, Social Capital and Labour Market Integration in the UK’, Sociology, DOI: 10.1177/0038038513491467.
Phillimore, J. (2013) Housing, Home and Neighbourhood Renewal in the Era of Superdiversity: Some Lessons from the West Midlands Housing Studies.
Allen, C. (2012) “El auge del British national Party: política antimusulmana y política del miedo” in Frank Peter & Rafael Ortega (eds.) Los movimientos islámicos transnacionales y la emergencia de un ‘islam europeo’ (Madrid: Edicions Bellaterra, 2012).
Allen, C. & Guru, S. (2012) "Between Political Fad and Political Empowerment: A Critical Evaluation of the National Muslim Women's Advisory Group (NMWAG) and Governmental Processes of Engaging Muslim Women" Sociological Research Online, 17 (3) 17.
Goodson, L. & Phillimore, J. (2012) Community research for community participation: from theory to method. Bristol: Policy Press.
Johns, N, Green. A, and Powell, M, (2012) "Diversity in the British NHS: the business versus the “moral” case", Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, Vol. 31 Iss: 8, pp.768 - 783.
Phillimore, J. (2012) Implementing integration in the UK: lessons for integration theory, policy and practice Policy & Politics.
Sigona, N. (2012) ‘Between competing imagineries of statehood: Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians leadership in newly independent Kosovo‘, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38 (8): 1213-1232.
Sigona, N. (2012) ‘Globalisation, rights and the non-citizen‘, Sociology, 46 (5): 982-988.
Sigona, N. (2012) ”I’ve too much baggage’: the impact of legal status on the social worlds of irregular migrants’, Social Anthropology, 20 (1): 50-65.
Sigona, N. (2012) ‘In between competing imagineries of statehood: Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians leadership in newly independent Kosovo‘, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies , 38 (8).
Sigona, N. (2012) ”I’ve too much baggage’: the impact of legal status on the social worlds of irregular migrants’, Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale, 20 (1): 50-65.
Sigona, N. and Hughes, V. (2012) No way out, no way in: Irregular migrant children and families in the UK, Oxford: COMPAS.
Sigona, N. and Vermeersch, P. (eds) (2012) Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, special issue on ‘The Roma in the new EU: polices, frames and everyday experiences’, 38 (8).
Goodson, L., Coaffee, J. and Rowlands, R. (2011) Resilient, mutual self-help in cities of growing diversity. AHRC discussion paper.
Phillimore, J. (2011) Approaches to health provision in the age of super-diversity: accessing the NHS in Britain’s most diverse city Critical Social Policy Volume 31 Issue 1.
Goodson, L. & Phillimore, J. (2010) A community research methodology: working with new migrants to develop a policy related evidence base. Social Policy and Society 9 (4).
Phillimore, J. and Goodson, L. (2010) Failing to adapt: institutional barriers to RCOs engagement in transformation of social welfare. Social Policy and Society 9 (1) pp:181-192.
Goodson, L. and Phillimore, J. (2008) Social capital and integration: the importance of social relationships and social space for refugee women. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7(1).
Goodson L, Phillimore, J, Guarache, R, Hennessy, D, Isse, C, Lukano, J, Thornhill, J and Uwimana, M (2008) North West Birmingham migrant needs scoping study. A report for Urban Living, Birmingham City Council.
Phillimore, J. and Goodson, L. (2008) New migrants in the UK: education, training and employment. Trentham Books.
Phillimore, J. and Goodson, L. (2008) ‘Making a Place in the Global City - The Relevance of Indicators of Integration’, Journal of Refugee Studies21: 305-325.
Phillimore, J. and Goodson, L. (2006) ‘Problem or Opportunity? Asylum Seekers, Refugees, Employment and Social Exclusion in Deprived Urban Areas’, Urban Studies, Vol. 43 (10), pp 1-22.