Browsing by Subject "Precarity"
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Cinematic Visual Representation of Refugee Journeys in Turkey in the Context of Precarious Class Dynamics Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Transnational Press London, 2020)In this article, I comparatively analyse the imagery of precarious class through the narration of refugee journeys in Turkey for two different films, with an emphasis on the visuality of cinematic narration. Whilst The Guest Aleppo to Istanbul (2017) by Andac Haznedaroglu and More by Onur Saylak certainly offer different portrayals of refugees in Turkey, both reflect on the precarious class dynamics in the context of migration and reveal the complex interplay of citizenship, meritocracy and ...
Publisher and Date:(Routledge Journals Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2018)Based on original data this article discusses ruralurban mobilities and the contemporary employmentmigration relationship. Starting with the observation of reduced rural population but maintained family-farm numbers it engages with multiple issues including rural employment the process of urban migration settlement in the city the relation of migrants to the rurality and (return) counter-migration. It supports the thesis that migration is not so much about a movement from one place to another' the ...