Items where Author is "Mand, Kanwal"
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Mand, Kanwal (2011) Researching lives in motion: multi-sited strategies in a transnational context In: Coleman, Simon and Von Hellerman, Pauline, eds. Multi-Sited Ethnography: Problems and Possibilities in the Translocation of Research Methods. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 41-53. ISBN 9780415965248
Mand, Kanwal (2010) Transnational Sikh women’s working lives: place and the life course In: Jakobsh, Doris R., ed. Sikism and Women: History, Texts and Experience. Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp. 354-379. ISBN 9780198060024
Mand, Kanwal (2008) Who cares? 'External', 'internal' and 'mediator' debates about South Asian Elders' needs In: Grillo, Ralph, ed. The family in question: immigrant and ethnic minorities in multicultural Europe. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 187-204. ISBN 9789053568699
MURRAY, LESLEY and Mand, Kanwal (2013) Travelling near and far: placing children's mobile emotions Emotion, Space and Society, 9. pp. 72-79. ISSN 1755-4586
Gardner, Katy and Mand, Kanwal (2012) 'My away is here': place, emplacement and mobility amongst British Bengali children Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38 (6). pp. 969-986. ISSN 1369-183X
Mand, Kanwal (2012) Giving children a ‘voice’: arts-based participatory research activities and representation The International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15 (2). pp. 149-160. ISSN 1364-5579
Mand, Kanwal (2010) “I’ve got two houses, one in Bangladesh, one in London... everybody has”: locality and belonging(s) Childhood, 17 (2). pp. 273-287. ISSN 0907-5682
Mand, Kanwal (2005) Marriage and migration through the life course: experiences of widowhood, separation and divorce amongst transnational Sikh women Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 12 (2-3). pp. 407-425. ISSN 0971-5215
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Mand, Kanwal (2010) Home and away: experiences and representations of Bangladeshi children in transnational families Working Group on Childhood and Migration.
Mand, Kanwal (2005) Reflections on the use of multi-sites for research on Punjabi Sikh women's transnational lives University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton.