De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: Key concepts of transnational studies in migration

Amelina A, Faist T (2012)
Ethnic and Racial Studies 35(10): 1707-1724.

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Amelina A, Faist T. De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: Key concepts of transnational studies in migration. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2012;35(10):1707-1724.
Amelina, A., & Faist, T. (2012). De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: Key concepts of transnational studies in migration. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35(10), 1707-1724.
Amelina, A., and Faist, T. (2012). De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: Key concepts of transnational studies in migration. Ethnic and Racial Studies 35, 1707-1724.
Amelina, A., & Faist, T., 2012. De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: Key concepts of transnational studies in migration. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35(10), p 1707-1724.
A. Amelina and T. Faist, “De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: Key concepts of transnational studies in migration”, Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 35, 2012, pp. 1707-1724.
Amelina, A., Faist, T.: De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: Key concepts of transnational studies in migration. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 35, 1707-1724 (2012).
Amelina, Anna, and Faist, Thomas. “De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: Key concepts of transnational studies in migration”. Ethnic and Racial Studies 35.10 (2012): 1707-1724.
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