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  1. Tazzioli, M. The politics of migrant dispersal. Dividing and policing migrant multiplicities Migration Studies
  2. Tazzioli, M. Governing migrant mobility through mobility: Containment and dispersal at the internal frontiers of Europe Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 239965441983906
  3. Tazzioli, M. Refugees’ subjectivities, debit cards and data circuits. Financial-humanitarianism in the Greek migration laboratory International Political Sociology
  4. Cremonesi, L., Irrera, O., Lorenzini, D., Tazzioli, M. Foucault, the Iranian Uprising and the Constitution of a Collective Subjectivity Foucault Studies 25 2 299
  5. Tazzioli, M. Spy, track and archive: The temporality of visibility in Eurosur and Jora Security Dialogue 096701061876981

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  • GEGM15 Qualitative Research Methods

    This module provides an introduction to the main data-sources and analysis methods used in qualitative research. In addition to covering the key conceptual and epistemological issues associated with qualitative research design, the module provides an introduction to a range of qualitative techniques used in social science research including questionnaire design, interviewing, observational methods, visual methodologies and textual analysis. Issues associated with combining a mixture of qualitative methods are also considered. The strengths and limitations of various techniques are explored with particular emphasis on issues of reliability, validity and representativeness.

  • GEGM19 Advanced Research Methods in Human Geography

    This module provides advanced social science research training as required by the ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership. It is run collaboratively in conjunction with staff from Aberystwyth and Cardiff Universities as part of the Human Geography Pathway of the ESRC DTP and can form part of the '1' (Masters) of a '1+3' research training programme. The module is delivered through two intensive workshop-style seminars, held at Swansea, Cardiff, or Aberystwyth (locations will vary annually), each dedicated to a key style of research. Exemplary themes include Ethnographic Methods for Fieldwork in Human Geography' and 'Critical Methods of Spatial Analysis.' Each event will follow a similar format mixing lecture/seminar presentations with hands-on workshops and discussion sessions, and will be guided by the research interests of participants.


  • Belonging and home-making in Wales: experiences of young Asian migrants in Swansea (current)

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    Other supervisor: Dr Sergei Shubin
  • Tracking the Anonymous: An Exploration of Contemporary Biometric Technologies and the Reality of Refugee Experiences When Claiming Asylum Versus the Perceptions of the British Population. A Mixed Methods Approach (awarded 2019)

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    Other supervisor: Dr Angharad Closs Stephens
  • ''''Migration & Terrorism: Public perception of the ''migrant'' (awarded 2019)

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    Other supervisor: Prof David / Dave Clarke
  • A study of Brexit views and the young people of Manchester (awarded 2019)

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    Other supervisor: Dr Angharad Closs Stephens