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Elsewhere in HaSS, researchers in the School of Social Work & Social Policy are investigating issues surrounding identity, citizenship and belonging among migrant populations, especially in light of significant political, social and economic change.

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2010

Collins, Robert and Mcnaughton, Marie Jeanne and Paterson, Moira and Anderson, Ethel; Wisely, T.L.K. and Barr, I.M. and Britton, A. and King, B., eds. (2010) ICT, self-regulated learning and web-based sustainable development education/global citizenship resources. In: Education in a Global Space. International Development Education Association Scotland (IDEAS), Glasgow, UK, pp. 202-210. ISBN 9781899136162

Collins, R. and McNaughton, M.J. and Paterson, M. and Anderson, E.; Wisely, T. and Barr, I., eds. (2010) Students' review of web-based SCE/global citizenship resources available online. In: Initial Teacher Education and the Global Dimension. Department for International Development, pp. 225-239.

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