Final Report - MIG@NET (Transnational Digital Networks, Migration and Gender)
Project ID: 244744Funded under: FP7-SSH
This is the final report for the MIG@NET project which was funded under the Seventh Framework Package (FP7). The report follows the same structure of the research which was structured along thematic, rather than country-focused axes. Thematic WPs were coordinated by the partners that had expertise in the specific areas, who were also responsible for the overall thematic research design. Specific case studies were implemented by teams of researchers from three different partner institutions. The report reveals that one of the innovations of MIG@NET was that several thematic teams decided during the initial stages of the research design to work in common on the production of the thematic synthesis report rather than to produce distinct national case study reports, which would be later synthesized by the thematic coordinators. This decision was taken in order to address the transnational character of the research themes in question (namely border crossings, sexualities and social movements) and provided researchers with more flexibility to work on a common theoretical and methodological framework.
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Record Number: 16422 / Last updated on: 2013-09-01