Laurie Parsons
Laurie Parsons
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TitleCited byYear
Wheels within wheels: Poverty, power and patronage in the Cambodian migration system
L Parsons, S Lawreniuk, J Pilgrim
The Journal of Development Studies 50 (10), 1362-1379, 2014
272014
Environmental Risk and Contemporary Resilience Strategies in Rural Cambodia
L Parsons
The handbook of contemporary Cambodia, 146-156, 2016
142016
Love in the Time of Nokia: Cultural change as compromise in a Cambodian migrant enclave
L Parsons, S Lawreniuk
Population, Space and Place 23 (3), e2015, 2017
132017
Mobile inequality: Remittances and social network centrality in Cambodian migrant livelihoods
L Parsons
Migration Studies 4 (2), 154-181, 2016
132016
The village of the damned? Myths and realities of structured begging behaviour in and around Phnom Penh
L Parsons, S Lawreniuk
The Journal of Development Studies 52 (1), 36-52, 2016
102016
Multi-scalar inequality: Structured mobility and the narrative construction of scale in translocal Cambodia
L Parsons
Geoforum 85, 187-196, 2017
92017
Mother, grandmother, migrant: Elder translocality and the renegotiation of household roles in Cambodia
S Lawreniuk, L Parsons
Environment and Planning A 49 (7), 1664-1683, 2017
72017
Structuring the emotional landscape of climate change migration: Towards climate mobilities in geography
L Parsons
Progress in Human Geography 43 (4), 670-690, 2019
62019
Blood Bricks: Untold Stories of Modern Slavery and Climate Change from Cambodia
K Brickell, L Parsons, N Natarajan, S Chann
Royal Holloway University of London, 2018
62018
Seeing like the stateless: Documentation and the mobilities of liminal citizenship in Cambodia
L Parsons, S Lawreniuk
Political Geography 62, 1-11, 2018
62018
A viscous cycle: low motility amongst Phnom Penh’s highly mobile cyclo riders
L Parsons, S Lawreniuk
Mobilities 12 (5), 646-662, 2017
62017
After the exodus: Exploring migrant attitudes to documentation, brokerage and employment following the 2014 mass withdrawal of Cambodian workers from Thailand
S Lawreniuk, L Parsons
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 38 (3), 350-369, 2017
32017
Embedding the “Black Box”: A reformulated social capital theory for the exploration of socio-physical linkages
L Parsons
Cogent Social Sciences 1 (1), 1079352, 2015
22015
Mobilising hydrosocial power: Climate perception, migration and the small scale geography of water in Cambodia
L Parsons, S Chann
Political Geography 75, 102055, 2019
2019
Debt‐Bonded Brick Kiln Workers and Their Intent to Return: Towards a Labour Geography of Smallholder Farming Persistence in Cambodia
N Natarajan, L Parsons, K Brickell
Antipode, 2019
2019
Climate change adaptation and precarity across the rural–urban divide in Cambodia: Towards a ‘climate precarity’approach
N Natarajan, K Brickell, L Parsons
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 2514848619858155, 2019
2019
Giving as a total social phenomenon: Towards a human geography of reciprocity
L Parsons
The Geographical Journal 185 (2), 142-155, 2019
2019
For a few dollars more: Towards a translocal mobilities of labour activism in Cambodia
S Lawreniuk, L Parsons
Geoforum 92, 26-35, 2018
2018
Teaching migration studies: A new series
A Délano, A Gamlen
Migration Studies 4 (2), 153-153, 2016
2016
Teaching Migration Studies
A Délano, A Gamlen, L Parsons, MG Merli, A Verdery, T Mouw, J Li, ...
Migration, 2016
2016
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