Contents

List of figures
viii
Notes on authors
ix
Acknowledgements
xiii
Note on terminology
xvi
1
Introduction
1
Living Research One: Why are we doing this? Public sociology and public life
29
2
Permeable borders, performative politics and public mistrust
37
Living Research Two: Emotions and research
63
3
Immigration and the limits of statistical government
69
Living Research Three: Migration research and the media
88
4
Spaces and places of governance and resistance
95
Living Research Four: Ethics in uncomfortable research situations
115
5
Un/deserving migrants and resisting dehumanisation
120
Living Research Five: Public anger in research (and social media)
141
6
Conclusion: ‘Ordinary’ people and immigration politics
148
Living Research Six: Collaborations
167
Afterword by Kiri Kankhwende
178
Appendix: Further details on research methods
181
Index
184

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