Thursday, November 19, 2015

EdD Formative Submission 2 - literature review 1

SEARCH 6: *ESOL "Asylum Seekers" Refugees Scotland* [Google Scholar, Since 2014, 66 results]

NB Hynes 2011 is available from library as downloadable book for 1 day, so I'll look at that tomorrow when I've got all day, (paste full citation into "Library Collections" to access). 

For Submission 2, I need (inter alia) to reference and write short abstract for FIVE titles as relevant to my research. Best for purposes of submission that these are variety of different titles. Thinking of using (and therefore reading later today & tomorrow):

  1. Hynes 2011. (Book)
  2. Mulvey 2015. (Journal Article)
  3. Pietka-Nykaza 2015. (Journal Article)
  4. SQA 2015. (Website)
  5. Strang 2015. (Report)


Doyle, L., & O’Toole, G. (2013). Refugee Council A lot to learn: refugees, asylum seekers and post-16 learning. Refugee Council, (January).

Hynes, P. (2011). The dispersal and social exclusion of asylum seekers: Between liminality and belonging. Policy Press.

Khan, A. W. (2014). Asylum-seeking migration, identity-building and social cohesion: policy-making vs. social action for cultural recognition. Contemporary Social Science9(3), 285-297.

Mulvey, G., & Council, S. R. (2013). In search of normality: Refugee integration in Scotland. Structure5, 6.

Mulvey, G. (2015). Refugee Integration Policy: The Effects of UK Policy-Making on Refugees in Scotland. Journal of Social Policy44(02), 357-375.

PiÄ™tka-Nykaza, E. (2015). ‘I Want to Do Anything which Is Decent and Relates to My Profession’: Refugee Doctors’ and Teachers’ Strategies of Re-Entering Their Professions in the UK. Journal of Refugee Studies, fev008.

Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) (2015). ESOL and Citizenship in Scotland. [Accessed on 19/11/2015]

Smyth, G. (2015). What languages do you speak? A reflexive account of research with multilingual pupils and teachers. Language and Education, 1-15.

Strang, A., & Quinn, N. (2014). Integration or isolation?: Mapping social connections and well-being amongst refugees in Glasgow.

Strang, A., Baillot, H., & Mignard, E. (2015). Insights into integration pathways: new Scots and the Holisitic Integration Service.