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ANNA BAK-KLIMEK. 2015. The level and determinants of well-being among Polish economic migrants in Scotland [,,,]. PhD thesis. Edinburgh Napier. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 33.52%
B. BERCE-BRATKO. 1993. Culturological analysis in urban rehabilitation: Cases in Slovenia and Scotland. Ph.D. thesis. Strathclyde. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 68.73%
FANNI I. GYURKO. 2021. Exploring the socio-legal aspects of low-level corruption: A study on the perception of informal practices of long-term local residents and migrants in Scotland and Hungary. PhD thesis. Glasgow. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 2.98%
EVA KOUROVA. 2020. Biopolitics and transformative powers of life: The case of Roma people in Glasgow. PhD thesis. Glasgow Caledonian. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 3.22%
LEA KREININ. 2018. Estonians in Scotland: From isolation to transnational ways of living? PhD thesis. Glasgow. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 16.84%
ALEXANDRA G. MACHT. 2017. Between stoicism and intimacy: The social construction of paternal love [based on data from Romania and Scotland]. Ph.D. thesis. Edinburgh. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 21.27%
RUTH MACLENNAN. 2017. From the White Sea to the North Sea: Journeys in film, writing and ecological thought [with special reference to the inhabitants of Arctic Russia and N. Scotland]. Ph.D. thesis. Royal College of Art. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 25.22%
EMILIA PIETKA. 2009. Encountering forms of ethnic and social cohesion: The Polish community in Glasgow. M.Phil. thesis. Strathclyde. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 54.07%
RADOSÅ‚AW POLKOWSKI. 2016. Migration, structures of feeling and pathways to inclusion and exclusion: Migrant workers in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Poland. Ph.D. thesis. Strathclyde. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 17.81%
AGNIESZKA K. UFLEWSKA. 2018. From nowhere to now-here: Online and offline belonging identity negotiations of millennial Poles in Glasgow, Scotland. PhD thesis. Glasgow. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 13.46%
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