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Night-time and refugees: evidence from the Thai-Myanmar border

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The impact of night-time on the social life of refugees is under-researched. Drawing on long-term ethnographic fieldwork with refugees from Myanmar in Thailand, this article argues that researching refugees’ lives after dark is essential for a comprehensive understanding of refugees’ social relations, education and economic activities as well as health and safety concerns. Findings of this article provide food for thought for researchers and practitioners working with refugees and internal...

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10.1093/jrs/fev023

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University of Oxford
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Oxford
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Author
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Oxford University Press
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Journal of Refugee Studies More from this journal
Publication date:
2015-12-03
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1471-6925
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0951-6328
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pubs:616601
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uuid:6d5806e6-626b-4b9f-ab3b-378dac62b353
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616601
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2016-04-19

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