Publications :: C. Ní Laoire

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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Ní Laoire, C., Carpena-Méndez, F., Tyrrell, N. and White, A. (2010); Introduction: Childhood and migration – mobilities, homes and belongings, Childhood 17(2); 155-162; 2010
White, A., Bushin, N., Carpena-Méndez, F. and Ní Laoire, C. (2010); Using visual methodologies to explore contemporary Irish childhoods, Qualitative Research 10(2): 143-158

Non Peer Reviewed Publications

Ní Laoire, C., Bushin, N., Carpena-Méndez, F. & White, A. (2009) Tell me about yourself: migrant children’s experiences of moving to and living in Ireland, Final Report of the Marie Curie Migrant Children Project.

Working Papers

Ní Laoire, C. (2009) Book review of N. Yeates (2009) Globalizing Care Economies and Migrant Workers: Explorations in Global Care Chains; Translocations 5(1).

Conference Papers

Ní Laoire, C. (with N. Bushin F., Carpena-Mendez A. White) (2010) (UCC). ‘Tell me about yourself’: learning from children-centred research with migrant children and youth. Development and Intercultural Education Project, Global Dimensions Seminar Series, Dublin, 27 January 2010. Oral Presentation
Ní Laoire, C. (2009) '‘Girls just like to be friends with people’: gendered experiences of migration among children in returning Irish families', Second International Conference on Geographies of Children, Youth and Families, Barcelona, 16-18 July.
Ní Laoire C. (2010) (UCC). ‘Tell me about yourself’: learning from children-centred research with migrant children and youth. School of Education Research Seminar Series, UCC, 9 November 2009. Oral Presentation
Ní Laoire, C., Bushin, N., Carpena-Méndez, F., White, A. (UCC) Migrant children: children’s and young people’s experiences of immigration and integration in Irish society Barriers to Integration Seminar, Dublin Employment Pact & New Communities Partnership, Dublin, 16 September 2009 Oral Presentation National
White, A., Ní Laoire, C., Bushin, N., Carpena-Méndez, F. (2009) 'Children and migration: challenging the adult-centrism of migration studies', Re-making Migration Theory Conference. Brighton, May.
 
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