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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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2009

Borghesi, M. and Quinn, K. and Wilson, P. A. and Cecchetti, C. A. and Ramakrishna, B. and Romagnani, L. and Sarri, G. and Lancia, L. and Fuchs, J. and Pipahl, A. and Toncian, T. and Willi, O. and Carroll, D. C. and Gallegos, P. and Quinn, M. N. and Yuan, X. H. and McKenna, P. and Clarke, R. J. and Evans, R. G. and Neely, D. and Notley, M. and Macchi, A. and Lyseikina, T. V. and Nazarov, W.; (2009) Relativistic current dynamics investigations by proton probing. In: Laser-Driven Relativistic Plasmas Applied to Science, Industry and Medicine - The 2nd International Symposium. AIP, JPN, pp. 319-330. ISBN 9780735406902

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