Sabina Lawreniuk
Sabina Lawreniuk
School of Geography, University of Nottingham
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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
Necrocapitalist networks: COVID-19 and the ‘dark side’of economic geography
S Lawreniuk
Dialogues in Human Geography 10 (2), 199-202, 2020
Intensifying political geographies of authoritarianism: Toward an anti-geopolitics of garment worker struggles in neoliberal Cambodia
S Lawreniuk
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 110 (4), 1174-1191, 2020
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
Going nowhere fast: Mobile inequality in the age of translocality
S Lawreniuk, L Parsons
Oxford University Press, 2020
Seeing like the stateless: Documentation and the mobilities of liminal citizenship in Cambodia
L Parsons, S Lawreniuk
Political Geography 62, 1-11, 2018
For a few dollars more: Towards a translocal mobilities of labour activism in Cambodia
S Lawreniuk, L Parsons
Geoforum 92, 26-35, 2018
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
The ties that bind: Rural-urban linkages in the Cambodian migration system
S Lawreniuk
The Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia, 1, 2016
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
‘Worn out’: debt discipline, hunger, and the gendered contingencies of the COVID-19 pandemic amongst Cambodian garment workers
K Brickell, S Lawreniuk, T Chhom, R Mony, H So, L McCarthy
Social & Cultural Geography 24 (3-4), 600-619, 2023
A viscous cycle: low motility amongst Phnom Penh’s highly mobile cyclo riders
L Parsons, S Lawreniuk
Mobilities 12 (5), 646-662, 2017
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
‘A war of houses and a war of land’: Gentrification, post-politics and resistance in authoritarian Cambodia
S Lawreniuk
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 39 (4), 645-664, 2021
Migration as Distinction?: Class, Consumption and Rural-Urban Migration in Contemporary Cambodia
SJ Lawreniuk
King's College London, 2016
Geographies of ruralisation or ruralities? The death and life of a category
L Parsons, S Lawreniuk
Dialogues in Human Geography 12 (2), 204-207, 2022
Challenging the financial inclusion-decent work nexus: evidence from Cambodia’s over-indebted internal migrants
N Natarajan, K Brickell, V Guermond, S Lawreniuk, L Parsons
Global Public Policy and Governance 1, 361-381, 2021
'Hun Sen won't die, workers will die': The geopolitics of labour in the Cambodian crackdown
S Lawreniuk
Made in China Journal 3 (3), 82-85, 2018
Building Forward Worse: How COVID-19 has accelerated the race to the bottom in the global garment industry
S Lawreniuk, K Brickell, L McCarthy
Royal Holloway, University of London, 2022
Zombie resistance: Reanimated labour struggles and the legal geographies of authoritarian neoliberalism in Cambodia
S Lawreniuk
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 48 (1), 39-55, 2023
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