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Selin Siviş

Published onAug 24, 2022
Selin Siviş

Selin Siviş received her PhD from the Department of Sociology, at the University of Essex, in 2021. In her research, she focuses on how the boundary-making process takes place in multiple forms from perspectives of host population towards refugees and asylum-seekers in the informal market economy. She recently worked as post-doctoral researcher for a HORIZON 2020 funded project, titled "MIRROR" at the Department of Communication, University of Vienna. She also held visiting research fellow positions at the University of Konstanz, Germany, Yaşar University in İzmir and Çukurova University in Adana, Turkey. Her areas of interest include cultural sociology, international migration, informal market economy, local labour market integration policies, welfare deservingness, multiple forms of exclusion, aspirations and boundary-making. She published articles in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies and International Migration.

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