Journal of Refugee Studies

(The TQCC of Journal of Refugee Studies is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
‘We can’t integrate in Europe. We will pay a high price if we go there’: Culture, Time and Migration Aspirations for Syrian Refugees in Istanbul23
Refugee Children and Families During the COVID-19 Crisis: A Resilience Framework for Mental Health22
Assessing the Impacts of COVID-19 on Women Refugees in South Africa21
Research with Refugees in Fragile Political Contexts: How Ethical Reflections Impact Methodological Choices20
Strategies of Divergence: Local Authorities, Law, and Discretionary Spaces in Migration Governance19
Linking Migration Aspirations to Integration Prospects: The Experience of Syrian Refugees in Sweden16
Refugees’ Transnational Livelihoods and Remittances: Syrian Mobilities in the Middle East Before and After 201116
Navigating Institutions for Integration: Perceived Institutional Barriers of Access to the Labour Market among Refugee Women in Sweden16
Governing Practices and Strategic Narratives for Syrian Refugee Returns14
When ‘Self-Sufficiency’ Is Not Sufficient: Refugee Integration Discourses of US Resettlement Actors and the Offer of Refuge14
Informing Hard-to-Reach Immigrant Groups about COVID-19—Reaching the Somali Population in Oslo14
The ‘refugee crisis’ in Europe: Shortening Distances, Containment and Asymmetry of Rights—a Tentative Interpretation of the 2015–16 Events14
Layered journeys: Experiences of fragmented journeys among young Afghans in Greece and Norway13
Acculturation of Syrian Refugees in the Netherlands: Religion as Social Identity and Boundary Marker13
Policies of Exclusion: The Case of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon13
Discussing the Populist Features of Anti-refugee Discourses on Social Media: An Anti-Syrian Hashtag in Turkish Twitter12
Causes of family separation and barriers to reunification: Syrian refugees in Jordan12
A Scoping Review of Social Support Research among Refugees in Resettlement: Implications for Conceptual and Empirical Research11
Storytelling in Research with Refugees: On the Promise and Politics of Audibility and Visibility in Participatory Research in Contexts of Forced Migration11
Realities of School ‘Integration’: Insights from Syrian Refugee Students in Jordan’s Double-Shift Schools11
Addressing the Educational Needs of Street Children in Lebanon: A Hotchpotch of Policy and Practice11
Gender Differences in Second Language Proficiency—Evidence from Recent Humanitarian Migrants in Germany11
Asylum Regimes and Refugee Experiences of Precarity: The Case of Syrian Refugees in Turkey10
‘Fitting In’ and ‘Giving Back’: Constructions of Australia’s ‘Ideal’ Refugee Through Discourses of Assimilation and Market Citizenship10
Social Capital’s Role in Humanitarian Crises10
Carving Out Space for Equitable Collaborative Research in Protracted Displacement9
The Capability ‘To Be Secure’: Media Coverage of African Asylum Seekers During Covid-19 in Israel9
Between Discipline and Neglect: The Regulation of Asylum Accommodation in Spain9
Navigating Social Spaces: Armed Mobilization and Circular Return in Eastern DR Congo9
There’s an App for That: Context, Assumptions, Possibilities and Potential Pitfalls In the Use of Digital Technologies To Address Refugee Mental Health9
Refugee Solidarity Along the Balkan Route8
Double-edged risk: unaccompanied minor refugees (UMRs) in Sweden and their search for safety8
Oral Health Status and Dental Treatment Needs in Syrian Refugee Children in Zaatari Camp8
Departing or Being Deported? Poland’s Approach towards Humanitarian Migrants8
Refugees Who Mean Business: Economic Activities in and Around the Rohingya Settlements the Rohingya Settlements in Bangladesh8
Family Strategies in Refugee Journeys to Europe8
The Concept of the ‘Good Refugee’ in Cambodian and Hazara Refugee Narratives and Self-Representation8
Geographical Trajectories of Refugees in Sweden: Uncovering Patterns and Drivers of Inter-Regional (Im)mobility8
The Value of Refugees: UNHCR and the Growth of the Global Refugee Industry8
De-Bordering Solidarity: Civil Society Actors Assisting Refused Asylum Seekers in Small Cities7
Solidarity, Social Justice, and Faith: Humanitarian Action on the U.S.-Mexico Border7
Understanding (in)tolerance between Hosts and Refugees in Lebanon7
Refugees and Their Return Home: Unsettling Matters7
Education for Humanity: higher education for refugees in resource-constrained environments through innovative technology7
The Comparative Analysis of Life Satisfaction Among Syrian, Iranian, and Afghan refugees in Turkey: The case of Denizli7
Seeking Asylum in the Digital Era: Social-Media and Mobile-Device Vetting in Asylum Procedures in Five European countries7
‘To the Arabic Community Disability Is Not Normal’: Multiple Stakeholder Perceptions of the Understandings of Disability among Iraqi and Syrian People from Refugee Backgrounds7
Moving Toward ‘Home’: Love and Relationships through War and Displacement7
Health, Integration and Agency: Sport Participation Experiences of Asylum Seekers7
(Re-)Construction of Identity and Belonging after Forced Migration: A Sociology of Knowledge Approach7
The Politics of Return: Understanding Trajectories of Displacement and the Complex Dynamics of ‘Return’ in Central and East Africa6
Reforming Benefit-Sharing Mechanisms for Displaced Populations: Evidence from the Ghazi Barotha Hydropower Project, Pakistan6
Artificial Intelligence for a Reduction of False Denials in Refugee Claims6
Effect of Small Group Communication Counseling Intervention Strategy on Knowledge and Intention Towards Painting Among Internally Displaced Persons of the Farmers/Herdsmen Conflict in Benue State6
Pragmatic Mobilities and Uncertain Lives: Agency and the Everyday Mobility of South Sudanese Refugees in Uganda6
Sustainability in Refugee Camps: A Comparison of the Two Largest Refugee Camps in the World6
Power, Participation, and ‘peer researchers’: Addressing Gaps in Refugee Research Ethics Guidance6
How Does Multi-Level Governance Create Capacity to Address Refugee Needs, and with What Limitations? An Analysis of Municipal Responses to Syrian Refugees in Istanbul6
Greece’s Discriminatory Migrant Regime: Volunteers, Informal Street-Level Bureaucrats, and Moral Rationalities6
Accumulated Homelessness: Analysing Protracted Displacement along Eritreans’ Life Histories6
Hope Among Refugee Children Attending the International School of Peace on Lesbos6
Logistification and Hyper-Precarity at the Intersection of Migration and Pandemic Governance: Refugees in the Turkish Labour Market6
Beyond the Partnership Debate: Localizing Knowledge Production in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies6
Resilience in liminality: how resilient moves are being negotiated by asylum-seeking families in the liminal context of asylum procedures6
Displaced Syrian Mental Health Workers: An Investigation of Professional Quality of Life5
Sampling on the Dependent Variable: An Achille's Heel of Research on Displacement?5
Understanding Successful Refugee Resettlement in the US5
From Refugee to Resident in the Digital Age: Refugees’ Strategies for Navigating in and Negotiating Beyond Uncertainty During Reception and Settlement in The Netherlands5
Social Connections and Displacement from South Sudan to Uganda: Towards a Relational Understanding of Survival during Conflict5
Planning for Belonging: Including Refugee and Asylum Seeker Students5
Conflict resolution as cultural brokerage: how refugee leaders mediate disputes in Uganda’s refugee settlements5
Brothers, Workers or Syrians? The Politics of Naming in Lebanese Municipalities5
Refugee Sponsorship and Family Reunification5
‘I Try Not to Be Dominant, but I’m a Lawyer!’: Advisor Resources, Context, and Refugee Credibility5
Refugee Children’s Resilience: A Qualitative Social Ecological Study of Life in a Camp5
Refugee Community-Based Organizations: Resources, Power, and Dependency4
Making Sense of the Global: A Systematic Review of Globalizing and Localizing Dynamics in Refugee Governance4
‘Street-Level Justifications’: Service Providers Mediating Refugee Reception in the Urban Context of Istanbul4
Building a Life in Australia: Young Hazara Men and the Journey to ‘Adulthood’4
Geographies of Shame: Diachronic and Transnational Shame in Forced Migrants with Experiences of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence4
Forced Migration as a Crisis in Masculinity: A Sociological Approach to Refugee Men’s Remasculinization Strategies in Turkey4
The Role of Expert Witnesses in the Adjudication of Religious and Culture-based Asylum Claims in the United Kingdom: the Case Study of ‘Witchcraft’ Persecution4
We Are Here for the Future of Our Kids: Parental Involvement in Refugee Adolescents’ Educational Endeavours in the United States4
A Sense of No Future in an Uncertain Present: Altruism and Risk-Seeking among Syrian Refugees in Jordan4
The (Non-)Status of ‘Duldung’: Non-Deportability in Germany and the Politics of Limitless Temporariness4
Forced Migration Magnitude and violence in international crises: 1945–20154
Contingent Homes: Mobility and Long-Term Conflict in the Contested Periphery of Georgia4
No Longer a ‘Lost Generation’? Opportunities and Obstacles of Online and Blended Learning Programmes for Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon4
Exploring Parenting Narratives in Asylum Seeking Populations in Sweden: Examining the Effect of Post-Migration Stress on Families through Grounded Theory4
The Road Back Home is Never Long: Refugee Return Migration4
In Limbo: Survey of Impact of COVID-19 on Venezuelan Migrants in Trinidad and Tobago4
Introduction by Editors: Power in Forced Migration Research Methods4
Are Refugees Really Welcome? Understanding Northern Ireland Attitudes Towards Syrian Refugees4
The Meaning of Marriage to the Rohingya Refugees, and Their Survival in Bangladesh4
Autotopographies of Forced Displacement: City Walking Tours as a Path for Political Visibility4
‘Do Like You Did in Aleppo’: Negotiating Space and Place Among Syrian Musicians in Istanbul4
The Effects of Limited Work Opportunities on Transitions to Adulthood among Young Refugees in Uganda and Jordan3
Moderating Uncertainty: The Reception of Refugee Children in the German Early Childhood Education and Care Sector3
Supporting Exiles: The Role of Academics for Chile3
Problems and Issues Concerning Social Integration of Elderly Refugees in Turkey3
The Media and Displacements: News Frames of Victims of Herders/Farmers Conflict in Nigeria3
Refugees but not Refugees: The UAE’s Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis Viewed through the Lived Experience of Syrians in Abu Dhabi3
Guiding Refugee Women Who Have Experienced Violence: Representation of Trust in Counsellors’ Journals3
Introduction to Special Issue: Displaced Syrians3
#IamaRefugee: Social Media Resistance to Trump's ‘Muslim Ban’3
Belonging through Higher Education: The Case of Syrian Youth in Turkey3
Similar History and Different Strategies of ‘Arrival’: Female Yazidi Survivors of the Islamic State in Germany3
Are Refugees (Really) a Hard-to-Survey Group? Fieldwork Experience with Syrian Refugees in Germany3
Well-Founded Fear of Algorithms or Algorithms of Well-Founded Fear? Hybrid Intelligence in Automated Asylum Seeker Interviews3
Arrhythmic Mobilities and Fragmented Journeys: Palestinians Seeking Safety in Sweden3
Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Representative Structures in South Africa: The case study of Somali, Congolese, and Ethiopian communities3
The Politics of Uncertainty: Producing, Reinforcing, and Mediating (Legal) Uncertainty in Local Refugee Reception—Introduction to the Special Issue3
Problematizing Parenting: The Regulation of Parenting Practices within Reception Centres for Syrian Refugees in Ireland3
Psychological Distress Among Bhutanese Refugees Living in the Northeast Region of the United States3
The Dilemma of Ghana-Based Liberian Refugees and the Challenges of Repatriation and Integration3
Prosocial Development in Refugee Children3
The Moral Politics of LGBTI Asylum: How the State Deals with the SOGI Framework3
Torture, Psychological Inflexibility, and Mental Health Outcomes among Resettled Refugees in the United States3
Digitization Without Digital Evidence: Technology and Sweden’s Asylum System3
Business People in War Times, the ‘Fluid Capital’ and the ‘Shy Diaspora’: The Case of Syrians in Turkey3
Cold War Refugees: South Korea’s Entry into the International Refugee Regime, 1950–19923
Syrians in Sweden: Constructing Difference Regarding Gender and Family3