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The migrant status complicates the understanding of migrant children as children, in that Western constructions of childhood may work to exclude young people who transgress the perceived norms. Narratives of childhood migration also invite questions about the relation between subjectivity and place, as ideas surrounding the construction of the self are often intimately linked to notions of home and belonging. By investigating fictional accounts of how migrant children locate their own selves, we can see that other ways of understanding agency are made possible.

Participating researcher at University West

Ulrika Andersson Hval
Anna Stibe

Duration

2015 -

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