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Ilias Alami

bias, though, is rarely explained. To the best of my knowledge, only one study tackles the question head on, and attributes this bias to ‘the constructivism of Afro-pessimism’ (Schorr 2011 ). Schorr argues that negative stereotypes of Africa in Western media and society shape the decisions of investors, and overall hamper the continent's ability to attract investment. This argument, importantly, sheds light on how Afro-pessimism shapes global (dis)investment to African markets, but it is ultimately unsatisfying. It essentially tells us that all that is needed to

in The entangled legacies of empire
A review and manifesto
Alan Warde

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in Innovation by demand
Public presence, discourse, and migrants as threat
Giannis Gkolfinopoulos

. ‘Defining Social Constructivism in Security Studies: The Normative Dilemma of Writing Security’, Alternatives: Global, Local, Political 27(1): 41–62. Konstantinidou, C., 2001. Social Representations of Crime: The Criminality of Albanian Immigrants in the Greek Press , Athens/Komotini: Sakkoulas Publications (in Greek). Lafazani, O., 2012. ‘The Border

in Security/ Mobility