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Development and Displacement Paperback – 23 May 2002


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'..an excellent resource for students....the illustration of a new way of approaching development provides a refreshingly empowering approach to displacements.' (Michelle Kooy, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Progress in Development Studies)

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Jenny Robinson is based in the Geography Discipline of the Social Sciences Discipline at the Open University. David Turton was formerly director of the Oxford Refugee Studies Centre. Giles Mohan is a geographer, currently at Portsmouth University. Helen Yanacopulos is in the Development Problems and Privacy Unit at the Open University.

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At the beginning of the twenty-first century diverse experiences of 'displacement' - including those of refugees, migrants, sojourners, travellers and tourists - have a high profile in public debates, and have become central to how the current age of globalization is imagined. Read the first page
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