2012

Books and Edited Volumes

Arnaut, K., Blommaert, J., Rampton, B., & Spotti, M. (Eds.). (2012). Language and Superdiversities II [Special Issue]. Diversities, 14(2).
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Horstmann, A., & Reuter, T. A. (Eds.). (2012). Faith in the future: understanding the revitalization of religions and cultural traditions in Asia. Leiden: Brill.
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Joshi, V. (2012). A matter of belief: Christian conversion and healing in North-East India. New York; Oxford: Berghahn Books.
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Vertovec, S. (2012). Transnarodowosc. Krakow: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego.
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Vigneswaran, D., & Quirk, J. (Eds.). (2013). Representing ‘hidden’ populations: a symposium on sampling techniques [Special Issue]. Journal of Refugee Studies, 26(1).
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Vigneswaran, D., & Quirk, J. (Eds.). (2012). Slavery, migration and contemporary bondage in Africa. Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press.
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Articles in Refereed Journals and in Edited Volumes

Akan, M. (2012). Twin tolerations or siamese twins: Kemalist laicism and political Islam in Turkey. In D. Chalmers, & S. Mainwaring (Eds.), Problems confronting contemporary democracies: essays in honor of Alfred Stepan (pp. 381-423). Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press. [repository]

Aptekar, S. (2012). Immigration and customs enforcement. In P. Hayes (Ed.), The making of modern immigration: an encyclopedia of people and ideas (pp. 305-320). Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO.
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Aptekar, S. (2012). Naturalization ceremonies and the role of immigrants in the American nation. Citizenship Studies, 16(7), 937-952.
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Arnaut, K. (2012). Corps Habillés, Nouchis and Subaltern Bigmanity in Côte D'ivoire. In M. Utas (Ed.), African conflicts and informal power: big men and networks (pp. 78-100). London: Zed Books.
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Arnaut, K., & Gadou, D. (2012). Ivory Coast. In M. Juergensmeyer, & W. C. Roof (Eds.), Encyclopedia of global religion (pp. 605-606). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.
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Arnaut, K. (2012). Super-diversity: elements of an emerging perspective. Diversities, 14(2), 1-16.
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Burchardt, M., Schuh, C., & Wohlrab-Sahr, M. (2012). Contested secularities: religious minorities and secular progressivism in the Netherlands. Journal of Religion in Europe, 5(3), 349-383.
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Burchardt, M., & Wohlrab-Sahr, M. (2012). Multiple secularities: toward a cultural sociology of secular modernities. Comparative Sociology, 11(6), 875-909.
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Cornelio, J. S. (2012). Priesthood satisfaction and the challenges priests face: a case study of a rural diocese in the Philippines. Religions, 3(4), 1103-1119.
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Cornelio, J. S., & Salera, T. A. E. (2012). Youth in interfaith dialogue: Intercultural understanding and its implications on education in the Philippines. Innovación Educativa, 12(60), 41-62.
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Fisher, G. (2012). Religion as repertoire: resourcing the past in a Beijing Buddhist temple. Modern China, 38(3), 346-376.
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Gandhi, A., & Hoek, L. (2012). Introduction to crowds and conviviality: ethnographies of the South Asian city. Ethnography, 13(1), 3-11.
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Gandhi, A. (2012). Catch me if you can: Monkey capture in Delhi. Ethnography, 13(1), 43-56.
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Gandhi, A. (2012). Informal moral economies and urban governance in India. In C. McFarlane, & M. Waibel (Eds.), Urban Informalities (pp. 51-66). Farnham: Ashgate.
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Gupta, R. (2012). The importance of being Ladakhi: Affect and artifice in Kargil. Himalaya, 32(1), 43-50.
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Horstmann, A. (2012). Échanges de gestuelles religieuses dans l’espace rituel: Performance des traditions rituelles et négociation des frontières entre les communautés dans le bassin du lac Songkhla, en Thaïlande du Sud. Anthropologie du geste, 36(3), 117-136.
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Horstmann, A. (2012). Manora ancestral beings, possession and cosmic rejuvenation in Southern Thailand: modern adaptations of the multi-religious Manora ancestral vow ceremony. Anthropos, 107.2012(1), 103-114.
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Horstmann, A. (2012). Mediating the suffering of Karen Refugees and the representation of their rights. Sangkhomsāt: The Journal of social sciences, 24(1-2), 243-284.
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Huang, W. (2012). The Bodhisattva comes out of the closet: city, surveillance, and doing religion. Politics and religion journal, 6(2), 199-216.
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Huang, Y. (2012). From the 'feminization of agriculture' to the 'ageing of farming populations': demographic transition and farming in a central Chinese village. Local economy, 27(1), 19-32.
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Huang, Y. (2012). Jumping out of the agricultural gate (tiaochu nongmen): social mobility and gendered intra-household resource distribution among children in a central chinese village, 1950-2012. China perspectives, 2012(4), 25-33.
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Huang, Y. (2012). Remarriage, gender, and life course in contemporary inland rural China. Journal of comparative family studies, 43(2), 313-330.
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Kathiravelu, L. (2012). Social networks in Dubai: informal solidarities in an uncaring state. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 33(1), 103-119.
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Koenig, M. (2012). Das Recht auf Religionsfreiheit – zur Entstehung eines neuzeitlichen Differenzierungsmusters. In K. Gabriel, C. Gärtner, & D. Pollack (Eds.), Umstrittene Säkularisierung: soziologische und historische Analysen zur Differenzierung von Religion und Politik (pp. 293-313). Berlin: Berlin University Press. [repository]

Luo, R. (2012). Across the institutional passage of migration: Hukou System in China. InterDisciplines: journal of history and sociology, 3(1), 120-147.
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Maud, J. (2012). Fire and water: ritual innovation, tourism, and spontaneous religiosity in Hat Yai, Southern Thailand. In A. Horstmann, & T. Reuter (Eds.), Faith in the future: understanding the revitalization of religions and cultural traditions in Asia (pp. 269-296). Leiden: Brill.
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Maud, J. (2012). Sacred tourism and the state: some paradoxes of cross-border religious patronage in Southern Thailand. In N. Hyndman-Rizik (Ed.), Pilgrimage in an age of globalisation (pp. 93-119). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
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Meissner, F., & Hasselberg, I. (2012). Forever malleable: the field as a reflexive encounter. In L. Hirvi, & H. Snellman (Eds.), Where is the field?: The experience of migration viewed through the prism of ethnographic fieldwork (pp. 87-106). Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society.
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Nieswand, B. (2012). Banal diasporic nationalism: Ghana@50 in Berlin. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35(11), 1874-1892.
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Nowicka, M. (2012). Cosmopolitans, spatial mobility and the alternative geographies. International Review of Social Research, 2(3), 1-16.
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Petermann, S., & Schönwälder, K. (2012). Gefährdet Multikulturalität tatsächlich Vertrauen und Solidarität? Eine Replik. Leviathan, 40(4), 482-490.
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Petermann, S. (2012). Theorie, Operationalisierung und Daten individuellen sozialen Kapitals. In M. Hennig, & C. Stegbauer (Eds.), Die Integration von Theorie und Methode in der Netzwerkforschung (pp. 95-115). Wiesbaden: Springer.
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Quijada, J. B. (2012). Soviet science and post-Soviet faith: Etigelov's imperishable body. American Ethnologist, 39(1), 138-154.
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Roberts, N. (2012). Is conversion a ‘colonization of consciousness’? Anthropological Theory, 12(3), 272-294.
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Schmitt, T. M. (2012). Mosque debates as space-related, intercultural, and religious conflicts. In B. Becker-Cantarino (Ed.), Migration and religion: christian transatlantic missions, islamic migration to Germany (pp. 207-217). Amsterdam: Radopi.
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Schönwälder, K., & Triadafilopoulos, T. (2012). A bridge or barrier to incorporation? Germany's 1999 citizenship reform in critical perspective. German Politics and Society, 30(1), 52-70.
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Schönwälder, K. (2012). Cautious steps: minority representation in Germany. In T. E. Givens, & R. Maxwell (Eds.), Immigrant politics: race and representation in Western Europe (pp. 67-86). Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publ.
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Schönwälder, K., Baykara-Krumme, H., Fromm, S., & Schmid, N. (2012). Ethnizität in der Zuwanderungsgesellschaft Deutschland. In Forschungsverbund Sozioökonomische Berichterstattung (Ed.), Berichterstattung zur sozio-ökonomischen Entw. in Deutschland - Teilhabe im Umbruch: 2. Bericht (pp. 693-722). Wiesbaden: Springer. [repository]

Shaery, R. (2012). Fixing and negotiating identities in the field: the case of Lebanese Shiites. In A. C. G. M. Robben, & J. A. Sluka (Eds.), Ethnographic fieldwork: an anthropological reader (2 ed., pp. 103-113). Malden, Mass.: Wiley-Blackwell.
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Shaery, R. (2012). The local politics of the Lebanese disappeared. Middle East report, 42(263), 1-4.
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Smyer Yu, D. (2012). Chinese abstract: Smash temple, burn books / Peter van der Veer. The world religious cultures, 73(Spring), 26-27.
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Smyer Yu, D. (2012). Chinese Popular Religion. In M. Juergensmeyer, & W. C. Roof (Eds.), Encyclopedia of global religion (pp. 199-203). Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage.
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Smyer Yu, D. (2012). The sentient reflexivity of Buddha nature: metaphorizing Tathagatagarbha. The World Religious Cultures, 2012(6), 13-22.
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Tayob, S. (2012). The 2010 World Cup in South Africa: a millennial capitalist moment. Journal of Southern African Studies, 38(3), 717-736.
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Udupa, S. (2012). Beyond acquiescence and surveillance: a modular and grounded approach to media regulation. Economic and political weekly, 47(4), 101-109.
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Udupa, S., & Chakravartty, P. (2012). Changing with the times of India (Bangalore): remaking a post-political media field. South Asian History and Culture, 3(4), 491-510.
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Udupa, S. (2012). Desire and democratic visibility: news media’s twin avatar in urban India. Media, Culture and Society, 34(7), 880-897.
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Udupa, S. (2012). News media and contention over “the local” in urban India. American ethnologist, 39(4), 819-834.
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van der Veer, P. (2012). Culture and religion. In M. R. Cobb, C. M. Puchlaski, & B. Rumbold (Eds.), Oxford textbook of spirituality in healthcare (pp. 169-176). Oxford: Oxford Univ. Pr.
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van der Veer, P. (2012). Market and Money: a critique of rational choice theory. Social compass, 59(2), 183-193.
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van der Veer, P. (2012). Religion, secularism and national development in India and China. Third world quarterly, 33(4), 719-732.
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van der Veer, P. (2012). Smash temples, burn books: comparing secularist projects in India and China. The world religious cultures, 73(Spring), 17-26.
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van der Veer, P. (2012). Spirituality in modern society = 现代社会中的灵性. N.W. ethno-national studies = Xibei-minzu-yanjiu, 72(Spring), 115-124.
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Vertovec, S. (2012). “Diversity” and the social imaginary. European Journal of Sociology, 53(3), 287-312.
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Vertovec, S. (2012). Trends and impacts of migrant transnationalism. In A. K. Sahoo, M. Baas, & T. Faist (Eds.), Indian diaspora and transnationalism (pp. 48-106). Jaipur: Rawat.
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Vigneswaran, D. (2012). Experimental data collection methods and migration governance. In M. Berriane, & H. de Haas (Eds.), African migrations research (pp. 133-172). Trenton: Africa World Press.
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Vigneswaran, D., & Quirk, J. (2012). Human bondage in Africa: historical legacies and recent innovations. In D. Vigneswaran, & J. Quirk (Eds.), Slavery, migration and contemporary bondage in Africa. Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press.
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Vigneswaran, D., & Quirk, J. (2013). Quantitative methodological dilemmas in urban refugee research: a case study of Johannesburg. Journal of Refugee Studies, 26(1), 110-125.
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Vigneswaran, D. (2011). Taking out the trash?: A ‘garbage can’ model of immigration policing. In Landau, Lauren B. (Ed.), Exorcising the demons within: xenophobia, violence and statecraft in contemporary South Africa (pp. 150-171). Johannesburg: Wits University Press.
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Wafer, A. (2012). Discourses of infrastructure and citizenship in post-apartheid Soweto. Urban forum, 23(2), 233-234.
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Wafer, A., Bénit-Gbaffou, C., & Fourchard, L. (2012). Local politics and the circulation of community security initiatives in Johannesburg. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 36(5), 936-957.
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Other publications

Arnaut, K. (2012). Social mobility in times of crisis: militant youth and the politics of impersonation in Côte D'ivoire (2002-2011). Microcon Research Working Paper, (58).
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Arnaut, K. (2012). Sociolinguistic diversity: Bibliography. MMG Working Paper, (12-10).
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Cieslik, A. (2012). Transnational mobility and family planning decisions: a case study of skilled Polish migrant women. MMG Working Paper, (12-14).
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Heil, T. (2012). Fragile convivialities: everyday living together in two stateless but diverse regions, Catalonia and Casamance. MMG Working Paper, (12-18).
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Horstmann, A. (2012). Creating non-state spaces: interfaces of humanitarianism and self-government of Karen-refugee migrants in Thai Burmese border spaces. MMG Working Paper, (12-17).
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Jung, J.-H. (2012). Some tears of religious aspiration: dynamics of Korean suffering in post-war Seoul, South Korea. MMG Working Paper, (12-19).
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Koenig, M. (2012). Max Weber. In A. Pollmann, & G. Lohmann (Eds.), Menschenrechte: ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch (pp. 57-59). Stuttgart: Metzler.
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Krause, K., Alex, G., & Parkin, D. (2012). Medical knowledge, therapeutic practice and processes of diversification. MMG Working Paper, (12-11).
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Krause, K., Alex, G., Parkin, D., & Stocker, S. (2012). Medical Pluralism: Bibliography. MMG Working Paper, (12-12).
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Molina, J. L., Petermann, S., & Herz, A. (2012). Defining and measuring transnational fields. MMG Working Paper, (12-16).
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Nowicka, M. (2012). Deskilling in migration in transnational perspective: The case of recent Polish migration to the UK. Working Papers – Center on Migration, Citizenship and Development, 2012(112).
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Palmberger, M. (2012). Renaming of public space: a policy of exclusion in Bosnia and Herzegovina. MMG Working Paper, (12-02).
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Petermann, S., & Abel, F. (2012). Beeinflusst der Wohnort die Einstellung zu Migranten? Eine Untersuchung über die Wirkung individueller und kontextueller Faktoren auf die Meinung zu Migranten in den Leipziger Ortsteilen. Stadt Leipzig, Statistischer Quartalsbericht, III/2012, 23-28.
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Petermann, S., Heywood, J., Hewstone, M., Hüttermann, J., Schmid, K., Schmitt, T. M., Schönwälder, K., Stolle, D., & Vertovec, S. (2012). The “Diversity and Contact” (DIVCON) Survey 2010 (wave 1) - Technical Report. MMG Working Paper, (12-21).
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Schönwälder, K., & Petermann, S. (2012). Vielfalt als städtische Normalität.
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van der Veer, P. (2012). Market and Money: a critique of rational choice theory. MMG Working Paper, (12-01).
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Vigneswaran, D. (2012). Methodological debates in human rights research: a case study of human trafficking in South Africa. MMG Working Paper, (12-07).
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Vorng, S. (2012). Incendiary central: the spatial politics of the May 2010 street demonstrations in Bangkok. MMG Working Paper, (12-04).
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Ye, J. (2012). Working men: Bangladeshi migrants in the global labour force. MMG Working Paper, (12-13).
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