UiO-researchers blog about immigration control
Participants connected to the crimmigration project will this week write blogposts for Border Criminologies.
The first blogger this week is Associate Professor Thomas Ugelvik, on Tales of Legitimate Immigration Detention.
The second blog post is Divided Loyalties: Frontex and Police Culture at EU’s External Borders by professor Katja Franko and professor Helene O. I. Gundhus.
Professor May-Len Skilbrei writes about how immigration officers strives for balance in Being Nice, But Not Naïve.
The fourth blog post is Finding Professional Satisfaction in Low Status Police Work by PhD Research Fellow Sigmund Book Mohn.
The final blog post, by Assistant Professor Nicolay B. Johansen, discuss how staff at reception centres are expected to encourage rejected asylum seekers to leave the country, in Integrate or Return: Staff Friction at Reception Centers.