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2015

Journal articles

  • Devitt, C. (2015) Mothers or Migrants? Labour Supply Policies in Ireland 1997-2007, Social Politics, doi:10.1093/sp/jxv04
  • Meer, N., Mouritsen, P., Faas, D. & de Witte, N. (2015) Examining ‘Postmulticultural’ and Civic Turns in the Netherlands, Britain, Germany and Denmark, American Behavioral Scientist 59(6): 702-26.
  • Hajisoteriou, C., Faas, D. & Angelides, P. (2015) The Europeanisation of intercultural education? Responses from EU policymakers, Educational Review 67(2): 218-35.
  • Faas, D., Sokolowska, B. & Darmody, M. (2015) Everybody is available to them': Support measures for migrant students in Irish secondary schools, British Journal of Educational Studies 63(4): 447-466
  • Faas, D., Darmody, M. & Sokolowska, B. (2015) Religious diversity in primary schools: Reflections from the Republic of Ireland, British Journal of Religious Education, DOI: 10.1080/01416200.2015.1025700
  • Schneider, S. and Castillo, C. (2015) ‘Poverty Attributions and the Perceived Justice of Income Inequality: A Comparison of East and West Germany’, Social Psychological Quarterly 78(3): 263–282.
  • Liebig, S., May, M., Sauer, C., Schneider, S. and Valet, P. (2015) ‘How Much Inequality of Earnings Do People Perceive as Just? The Effect of Interviewer Presence and Monetary Incentives on Inequality Preferences’, Methods, Data, Analyses 9(1): 57-86.

Book chapters

  • Moriarty, E., Krings, T., Bobek, A., Salamońska, J. and Wickham, J. (2015). ‘Large-scale migration in an open labour market: The Irish experience with post 2004 labour mobility and the regulation of employment standards in Magdalena Bernaciak (ed), Market Expansion and Social Dumping in Europe, UK, Routledge, pp10 - 28.

Research reports and working papers


2014

Journal articles

  • Devitt, C. (2014) Government Responses to Foreign Worker Demand During Economic Crises The Cases of Britain and France 2008-2013, Comparative Migration Studies 2 (4): 445 – 467
  • Muhlau, P. (2014) Middle Class Squeeze? Social Class and Perceived Financial Hardship in Ireland, 2002-2012, The Economic and Social Review, 45 (4): 485 - 509
  • Wittek, R., Morales, F.N., Muhlau, P. (2014) Evil Tidings: Are Reorganizations more Successful if Employees are Informed Early?, Koelner Zeitschrift fuer Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 66 (Special Issue), 349 - 367
  • Fine-Davis, M. & Faas, D. (2014) Equality and diversity issues in the classroom: A comparative study in six European countries, Social Indicators Research 119(3): 1319-1334
  • Röder A. and Mühlau, P. (2014), 'Are they acculturating? Europe's immigrants and gender egalitarianism', Social Forces 92(3): 899-928.
  • Faas, D., Hajisoteriou, C. & Angelides, P. (2013) Intercultural education in Europe: Policies, practices and trends, British Educational Research Journal, 40(2): 300-318

Book chapters

  • Devitt, C. (2014). Managing Labour Migration in Times of Crisis - The UK Case in, editor(s)Hofmeister, Wilhelm et al. , Migration and Integration Common Challenges and Responses from Europe and Asia, Singapore, Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung and European Union, pp169 - 195
  • Moriarty, E., Wickham, J., Bobek, A., Daly, S., Krings, T. and Salamońska, J. (2014). ‘Learning from Poland? What Recent Mass Immigration to Ireland Tells Us about Contemporary Irish Migration’ in L. Brennan (ed.), Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration, London: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 146-155.
  • Devitt, C. (2014). Ireland. in Triandafyllidou, Anna and Ruby Gropas, eds. European Immigration: A Sourcebook. second, new and expanded edition Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Faas, D. & Fionda, R. (2014) 'Ireland', in P. Stevens and G. Dworkin (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Race and Ethnic Inequalities in Education, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 658-684.
  • Faas, D. (2014) Germany after the ‘PISA shock’: Revisiting national, European and multicultural values in curriculum and policy discourses, in D. Little, C. Leung and P. van Avermaet (eds) Managing Diversity in Education: Languages, Policies, Pedagogies, Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 43-56.

Research reports and working papers


2013

Journal articles

  • Faas, D. (2013) Ethnic diversity and schooling in national education systems: Issues of policy and identity (Introduction thematic section), Education Inquiry 4(1): 5-10.
  • Krings, T., Bobek, A., Moriarty, E., Salamonska, J. and Wickham, J. (2012) 'Polish Migration to Ireland: ‘Free Movers’ in the New European Mobility Space’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 39(1): 87 – 103.

Books

  • Krings, T., Moriarty, E., Wickham, J., Bobek, A. and Salamonska, J. (2013) New Mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post 2004. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • Faas, D. (ed.) (2013) Ethnic Diversity and Schooling in National Education Systems: Issues of Policy and Identity, Special Issue Education Inquiry Vol. 4(1).

Book chapters

  • Devitt, C. (2013) Circular economic migration between Italy and Morocco. In Triandafyllidou, Anna ed, Circular Migration Between Europe and its Neighbourhood: Choice or Necessity? Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Wickham, J., Bobek, A., Daly, S., Krings, T., Moriarty, E. and Salamońska, J. (2013) ‘Learning from Poland? What Recent Mass Immigration to Ireland Tells Us about Contemporary Irish Migration’ in Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration, L. Brennan (ed.), Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 146-155.

Research reports and working papers

  • Devitt, C. and Murphy, E. (2013). Ireland. in Urso, Giuliana and Anke Schuster eds. Migration, Employment and
  • Market Integration Policies in the European Union. Brussels: Independent Network of Labour Migration and Integration Experts.
  • Devitt, C. (2013). Labour migration governance: the case of the UK in Labour migration governance in Europe Singapore: EU-Asia Dialogue.
  • Wickham, J. (2012) ‘Europe’s Crisis:  Market competition instead of social bonds’, Tasc Discussion Paper July 2012, Dublin: tasc. Translated and published as ‘Alla radice della crisi europea: la sostituzionie dei legami sociali con il mercato’, Economia & Lavoro 47(1): 55-74

2012

Journal articles

  • Faas, D. and Ross, W. (2012) Identity, Diversity and Citizenship: A critical analysis of textbooks and curricula in Irish schools, International Sociology 27(4): 574-91.
  • Moriarty, E., Wickham, J., Krings, T., Salamonska, J., Bobek, A. (2012) 'Taking on almost everyone?' Migrant and Employer Recruitment Strategies in a Booming Labour Market, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 23(9): 1871 – 1887.
  • Mühlau, P. (2012) ‘Employment and earnings mobility of Polish migrants in Ireland in the recession’, Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis (Studia Sociologica IV, Special Issue 'Migration, Identity, Ethnicity) 118: 81 – 94.
  • O’Connor, L. and Faas, D. (2012) The Impact of Migration on National Identity in a Globalized World: A comparison of civic education curricula in England, France and Ireland, Irish Educational Studies 31(1): 51-66.
  • Palaiologou, N. & Faas, D. (2012) How ‘Intercultural’ is Education in Greece? Insights from policymakers and educators, Compare 42(4): 563-84.
  • Röder, A. and Mühlau, P., (2012) ‘What explains immigrants’ high levels of trust in host country institutions?’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38(5), p. 777-92.
  • Röder, A. and Mühlau, P., (2012) ‘Trust of immigrants in criminal justice institutions in Europe: The role of discrimination and expectations’, European Journal of Criminology, 9(4): 370-87.

Book chapters

  • Devitt, C. (2012). The Rosarno Revolt: towards political mobilization for immigrants? In  Gualmini, Elisabetta and Eleonora Pasotti eds, Italian Politics Volume 26. New York: Berghahn Books.
  • Faas, D. & O’Connor, L. (2012) ‘Constructions of “Europe”, identity and citizenship in post-primary social studies curricula in Ireland’, in S. Philippou (ed) ‘Europe’ Turned Local - The Local Turned European? Constructions of ‘Europe’ in Social Studies Curricula across Europe, Berlin: Lit Verlag, 147-73.
  • Faas, D. (2012) ‘Producing class and ethnic identities among Turkish youth in working and middle class schools in Germany’, in L. Weis and N. Dolby (eds.) Social Class and Education: Global Perspectives, New York: Routledge, 91-106.
  • Wickham, J. (2012) 'After the party's over: the Irish employment model and the paradox of non-learning’, Steffen Lehndorff (ed.), A triumph of failed ideas: European models of capitalism in the crisis.’  Brussels: European Trade Union Institute, 59-77. 

Research reports and working papers

  • Devitt, C. (2012). Labour migration governance: the French case. Turin: FIERI
  • Devitt, C. (2012). Labour migration governance: the case of the UK. Turin: FIERI
  • Muhlau, P. (2012) Occupational and Earnings Mobility of Polish Migrants in the Recession. IIIS Discussion Paper No. 413.
    Röder, A. and Mühlau, P. (2012) ‘Gender-Egalitarian Beliefs and Europe’s immigrants?’, IIIS Discussion Paper No. 414.

2011

Journal articles

  • Devitt, C. (2011). Varieties of Capitalism, Variation in Labour Migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 37 (4): 579-596
  • Faas, D. (2011) A Civic Rebalancing of British Multiculturalism? An analysis of geography, history and citizenship education curricula and policies, Educational Review 63(2): 143-158.
  • Faas, D. (2011) Between Ethnocentrism and Europeanism? An exploration of the effects of migration and European integration on curricula and policies in Greece, Ethnicities 11(2): 163-83.
  • Faas, D & Street, A. (2011) Schooling the New Generation of German Citizens: a comparison of citizenship curricula in Berlin and Baden-Württemberg, Educational Studies 37(4): 469-79.
  • Faas, D.  (2011) The Nation, Europe and Migration: A comparison of geography, history and citizenship education curricula in Greece, Germany and England, Journal of Curriculum Studies 43(4): 471-92.
  • Mühlau, P. (2011) ‘Gender Inequality and Job Quality in Europe’, Management Revue. The International Review of Management Studies. Special Issue 'New Perspectives on the Quality of Working Life', 22, (2), 114 – 131.
  • Röder, A. and Mühlau, P. (2011) Discrimination, exclusion and immigrants' confidence in public institutions in Europe, European Societies, 13, (4), p. 535 - 567
  • Roeder, A. (2011) Does mobility matter for attitudes to Europe? A multi-level analysis of immigrants' attitudes to European unification, Political Studies, 59, (2), p. 458 – 471
  • Wickham, J. (2011) ‘Low Skill Manufacturing Work: from skill biased change to technological regression’  Arbeit: Zeitschrift für Arbeitsforschung, Arbeitsgestaltung und Arbeitspolitik,  20(3), 224-238.
  • Krings, T., Bobek, A., Moriarty, E., Salamońska, J. and Wickham, J. (2011) ‘From Boom to Bust: Migrant Labour and Employers in the Irish Construction Sector’ Economic and Industrial Democracy  vol 32(3), 459-476.

Book chapters

  • Devitt, C. (2011). La rivolta di Rosarno: gli immigrati si mobilitano?’ in Gualmini, Elisabetta and Eleonora Pasotti eds, Politica in Italia. Bologna: Il Mulino
  • Faas, D. (2011) ‘The politics of education in post-war Germany: From Europeanized nationhood to multicultural citizenship?’, in C. Kassimeris and M. Vryonides (eds) The Politics of Education: Challenging Multiculturalism, London: Routledge, 96-113.
  • Holohan, A., Chin, J., Callaghan, V. and Muhlau, P. (2011) ‘The Digital Home: a New Locus of Social Science Research’ in, editor(s)Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber , Handbook of Emerging Technologies in Social Research, Oxford University Press, 2011, pp647 – 666.

Research reports and working papers

  • Devitt, C. (2011). Circular migration between Italy and Morocco: a case study. Florence: European University Institute
  • Mühlau, P., Röder, A. and Kaliszewska, M. (2011) 'Polonia in Dublin – Polish migrants' perceptions of quality of life, earnings and work', Polonia in Dublin project.
  • Röder, A. (2011) ‘Polish migration to Ireland – A literature review’, SCIP project.
  • Triandafyllidiou, A., Devitt, C. (2011). Circular Migration and Integration A Short Guide for Policy Makers. Florence: European University Institute
  • Wickham, J., Bobek, A., Moriarty, E., Krings, T. and Salamonska, J. (2011) ‘Getting stuck at the bottom? Migrant labour in the Irish hospitality industry in boom and recession’, Institute for International Integration Studies Discussion Paper no.368, 2011.

2010

Journal articles

  • Devitt, C. (2010) ‘The migrant worker factor in labour market policy reform’, European Journal of Industrial Relations. 16 (3): 259-275.
  • Wickham, J. and Latniak, E. (2010) ‘European Urban Public Transport: Towards a single European employment model?’ Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation 4.1: 160-174.

Books

  • Faas, D. (2010) Negotiating Political Identities: Multiethnic Schools and Youth in Europe, Farnham: Ashgate.

Book chapters

  • Faas, D. (2010) ‘Europe, totally out of my depth’? National and European citizenship among youth in Germany and England’, in J. Leaman & M. Wörsching (eds.) Youth in Contemporary Europe, London: Routledge, 216-32.
  • Faas, D. (2010) ‘Muslims in Germany: from guest workers to citizens?’, in A. Triandafyllidou (ed.) Muslims in 21st Century Europe: Structural and Cultural Perspectives, London: Routledge, 59-77.
  • Wickham, J. and Vecchi, A. (2010) ‘Hierarchies in the air: Varieties of business travel’ in Ben Derudder (ed.), Business Travel in the Global Economy, Ashgate, 125-143.

Research reports and working papers

  • Mühlau, P., Kaliszewska, M. and Röder, A. (2010) ‘Polonia in Dublin – Preliminary Report of Survey Findings 1’, Polonia in Dublin project.
  • Röder, A. and Mühlau, P. (2010) ‘Low expectations or different evaluations – What explains immigrants’ high levels of trust in host country institutions?’, IIIS Discussion Paper No. 344.
  • Röder, A. and Mühlau, P. (2010) ‘Discrimination, exclusion and immigrants’ confidence in public institution in Europe’, IIIS Discussion paper No. 320.

 


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