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Critical Frontiers of Theory, Research, and Policy in International Development Studies is the official book series of the Development Studies Association of the UK and Ireland (DSA). The series profiles research monographs that will shape the theory, practice, and teaching of international development for a new generation of scholars, students, and practitioners. The objective is to set high quality standards within the field of development studies to nurture and advance the field, as is the central mandate of the DSA. Critical scholarship is especially encouraged, within the spirit of development studies as an interdisciplinary and applied field, dealing centrally with local, national and global processes of structural transformation, and associated political, social, and cultural change, as well as critical reflections on achieving social justice. In particular, the series seeks to highlight analyses of historical development experiences as an important methodological and epistemological strength of the field of development studies.

Series Editors: Andrew Fischer (Institute of Social Studies, The Hague), Giles Mohan (Open University), Tanja Müller (University of Manchester) and Alfredo Saad Filho (SOAS).

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Going Nowhere Fast

Mobile Inequality in the Age of Translocality

£60.00

Sabina Lawreniuk, Laurie Parsons

9780198859505
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27 August 2020
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