Ethnicities

Papers
(The median citation count of Ethnicities is 1. 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 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
(C)overt linguistic racism: Eastern-European background immigrant women in the Australian workplace24
Indigenous ethnic languages in Bangladesh: Paradoxes of the multilingual ecology13
“Your English is so good”: Linguistic experiences of racialized students and instructors of a Canadian university13
Middling whiteness: The shifting positionalities of Europeans in China11
Moral economy and deservingness in immigration policies. The case of regularisations in Italy11
More than voters: Parliamentary debates about emigrants in a new democracy11
Racial formation and education: A critical analysis of the Sewell report10
Segmenting anti-Muslim sentiment in Australia: Insights for the diverse project of countering Islamophobia10
Ethnicity as a category of imperial racialization: What do race and empire studies offer to Romanian studies?10
Multicultural citizenship for the highly skilled? Naturalization, human capital, and the boundaries of belonging in Canada’s middle-class nation-building9
(In)visibility and the Muslim other: Narratives of flight and religious identity among Iraqi Christians in Denmark9
A critical review of the Cabinet Circular on Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the Treaty of Waitangi advice to ministers9
Ethnic trauma in migration: FSU-born Israeli women’s narratives in an online support group8
Religion, secularity, culture? Investigating Christian privilege in Western Europe8
Raciolinguistic border-making and the elasticity of assessment and believeability in the UK citizenship process8
Securing the borders of English and Whiteness7
Italian youth mobility: The case for a Mediterranean model of ‘family-centred’ mobile transitions7
Home-in-migration: Some critical reflections on temporal, spatial and sensorial perspectives7
The paradox of Whiteness: Neoliberal multiculturalism and the case of Chinese international students in Australia6
Linguistic racism: Origins and implications6
Repetition, adaptation, institutionalization—How the narratives of political communities change6
Multiculturalism beyond citizenship: The inclusion of non-citizens6
“Were you treated differently because you wore the hijab?”: Everyday Islamophobia, racialization and young Turks in Britain6
Hymen ‘repair’: Views from feminists, medical professionals and the women involved in the middle east, North Africa and Europe6
Students’ perceptions on ethnic tolerance in Malaysia: A study in three public universities6
Examining Burmese students’ multilingual practices and identity positionings at a border high school in China5
Critical Tiriti Analysis: A prospective policy making tool from Aotearoa New Zealand5
Diversifying academic communication in anti-racist scholarship: The value of a translingual orientation5
Ethnicization of religion in practice? Recasting competing communal mobilizations in coastal Karnataka, South India5
Divorce, kinship, and errant wives: Islamic feminism in India, and the everyday life of divorce and maintenance5
Expressive violence and the slow genocide of the Banyamulenge of South Kivu5
Nationalism is dead, long live nationalism! In pursuit of pluralistic nationalism: A critical overview5
Philosophies of integration? Elite views on citizenship policies in Scandinavia5
‘Hang on, she just used that word like it’s totally easy’: Encountering ordinary racial affects in early childhood education and care5
Harsh punisher or loving mother? A critical discursive psychological analysis of Marine Le Pen’s presidential Twitter campaign5
Conditional citizenship in the UK: Polish migrants’ experiences of diversity5
Symbolic identity building, ethnic nationalism and the linguistic reconfiguration of the urban spaces of the capital of Pristina, Kosovo5
A breakthrough of Ethnic Groups and Boundaries – reality or a myth? (On amnesia in ethnicity studies)5
Gender-based violence in a complex humanitarian context: Unpacking the human sufferings among stateless Rohingya women4
The increasing toll of racism and discrimination on California agricultural workers and their families under the Trump administration4
‘Kouri, kouri! Bis la ap vini!’: Reflections on the stigma of being Haitian at primary and secondary school in the Bahamas4
Naturalization policies, citizenship regimes, and the regulation of belonging in anxious societies4
Multidimensional attitudes: Homonationalist and selective tolerance toward homosexuality and Muslim migration across 21 Countries4
Greening self-government? Incorporation of environmental justifications into sub-state nationalist claim making in Spain4
Deserving citizenship in Germany and The Netherlands. Citizenship tests in liberal democracies3
Tracing roots of group representation among MPs with immigrant backgrounds: A content analysis on parliamentary questions in the Netherlands3
“We are not the people they think we are”: First-generation undocumented immigrant belonging and legal consciousness in the wake of deferred action for parents of Americans3
Emerging discourses on education and motherhood with Roma women3
National fields of civic integration: Operationalization of citizenship requirements3
Intergenerational and ethnonational disparities in Hispanic immigrant self-employment3
Multidimensional, complex and contingent: Exploring international PhD students’ social mobility3
Roma heteroidentification in the National Roma Integration Strategies of the European Union countries3
Documents for identity: Citizenship impasse in Assam, India3
Identifying a space for young Black Muslim women in contemporary Britain3
‘So people wake up, what are we gonna do?': From paralysis to action in decolonizing activism3
In search of a cool identity: how young people negotiate religious and ethnic boundaries in a superdiverse context3
Avoiding backlash: Narratives and strategies for anti-racist activism in Mexico3
Contextualist political theory about multiculturalism in a post-multiculturalist context3
Regulating language: Territoriality and personality in plurinational Spain3
Becoming an active citizen: The UK Citizenship Test3
Enacting settler responsibilities towards decolonisation3
Confronting Islamophobia and its consequences in East London in a context of increased surveillance and stigmatisation3
Evolution of a sundown town and racial caste system: Norman, Oklahoma from 1889 to 19673
“Her scarf is a garbage bag wrapped around her head”: Muslim youth experiences of Islamophobia in Sydney primary schools3
Desired Muslims: Neoliberalism, halal food production and the assemblage of Muslim expertise, service providers and labour in New Zealand and Brazil3
Pandemic nationalisms3
The racialization of American Muslim converts by the presence of religious markers3
What can the sociology of race learn from the histories of anti-colonialism?2
A state-centred conception of nationhood? Norwegian bureaucrats on the nation2
Do religious identity and media messages join forces? Young Dutch Muslims’ identification management strategies in the Netherlands2
The mixed race Irish family and everyday negotiations of citizenship2
Ideals and realities in the involvement of Filipino immigrant mothers in their children’s education in South Korea2
Ethnic categorisation, identity and perceptions of life among Swedish Samis2
Learning and unlearning: Settler engagements in long-term Indigenous–settler alliances in Canada2
“Complexities of belonging: Compounded foreignness and racial cover among undocumented Central American youth”2
Cultural majority rights: Has multiculturalism been turned upside down?2
The discourse of the Anthropocene and posthumanism: Mining-induced loss of traditional land and the Mongolian nomadic herders2
The discourse of deservingness: Racialized framing during rumored ICE raids2
The racialization of animal advocacy in South Africa2
The everyday dimensions of stigma. Morofobia in everyday life of daughters of Maghrebi-Spanish couples in Granada and Barcelona (Spain)2
Technology appropriation and Mapuche self-communication: An interpretation of indigenous e-communication in Chile2
Does the UK ‘citizenship process’ lead immigrants to reject British identity? A panel data analysis2
Colonial governmentality and Bangladeshis in the anthropocene: Loss of language, land, knowledge, and identity of the Chakma in the ecology of the Chittagong Hill tracts in Bangladesh2
Cultures of rejection at work: Investigating the acceptability of authoritarian populism2
Racial appraisal and constraints of identity among multiracial and multiethnic persons in Sweden and Japan2
Contextualising nationalism2
Perceptions of success among working-class children of immigrants in three cities1
The ghosts of “internal colonisation”: Anthropogenic impacts of Russian imperial ambitions in Ukraine1
The episteme(s) around Roma historiography: Genealogical fantasy reexamined1
Afterword: Interrogating naturalisation, naturalised uncertainty and anxious states1
Can an indigenous media model enrol wider non-Indigenous audiences in alternative perspectives to the ‘mainstream’1
The stratified middle class and the formation of ethnic identities1
Governing diversity in the multilevel European public space1
Perceived discrimination among Spanish Roma: The role of religion1
Immigration, ethnic diversity and public goods provisioning: Evidence from rural communities in Uganda1
Impact of language ideologies on educational choices in intermarriages1
Afghan immigrants in Western Australia: Divisions within the community and integration within the society1
The influence of education, economy and religion domains in enhancing ethnic unity among Malaysian youths1
Adapting the socio-cultural adaptation scale (SCAS-R) to Arabic: A study on the Syrian migrants living in Gaziantep province of Türkiye1
The political inclusion of British Muslims: From multiculturalism to muscular liberalism1
Becoming whānau: Māori and Pākehā working together on the Indigenous-led campaign,#ProtectIhumātao1
Competing external demoi and differential enfranchisement: The case of the 2022 Hungarian election1
Race as injustice and the im/possibility of racial justice1
Nostalgic for the unfamiliar: Korean Americans’ ‘imagined affective connection’ to the ancestral homeland1
Manufacturing dissent: The racialization of opposition to animal advocacy in South Africa1
Ethnocentrism or universal human rights norms? A comparative analysis of debate on the children of temporary immigrant workers in Israel and Taiwan1
Anishinaabek Giikendaaswin and Dùthchas nan Gàidheal: concepts to (re)center place-based knowledges, governance, and land in times of crisis1
Racialized authenticity: South Asian migrant women in the ethnic beauty market1
Immortality of the soul in classical western thought and in Igbo-African ontology: A discourse in existential metaphysics1
A targeted approach to multiculturalism: The case of the Roma minority in Europe1
The will for racial justice1
Health inspector ratings of Asian restaurants during the early COVID-19 pandemic1
Towards a theory of reparative multiculturalism1
Domestic religion and the migrant home: The private, the diasporic and the public in the sacralization of Sikh dwellings in Italy1
Nascent narratives of Armenian remembrance: The Armenian genocide reflected in the Armenian-American press1
Two grounds of multiculturalism1
Building stamina, fighting fragility: The account of a white settler ‘recovering racist’1
Calling in to cut back: Settlers learning to listen for a decolonial future1
How tracking gets under the skin: German education system and social consciousness of Turkish descent students in basic secondary school tracks1
Anthropogenic impacts of mining on indigenous peoples in Western Australia: Divergent values1
Indian intervention in ethnic movement of Nepal: Did Madheshi lose or gain?1
Jamaican cultural symbols as transethnic artifacts: How black immigrant vendors construct boundaries of racial consciousness at a Caribbean festival1
Exploring mediated representations of migrant domestic workers in the Chinese-language media in Hong Kong1
Sustainable mindsets: Combining traditional indigenous knowledge with non-aboriginal understanding to address environmental risks1
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