Items where Author is "Pechurina, A"

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Pechurina, A and Sablina, S and Soong, H (2018) Exploring expectations, experiences and long-term plans of Chinese international students studying in the joint Sino-Russian degree. Higher Education. ISSN 1573-174X DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-018-0256-z

Pechurina, A (2016) Defining the Russian Diasporic Home and Its Atmospheres: Theoretical Challenges and the Methodological Implications. Russian Sociological Review. ISSN 1728-1938 DOI: https://doi.org/10.17323/1728-192X-2016-2-26-41

Pechurina, A (2011) Russian Dolls, Icons, and Pushkin: Practicing Cultural Identity through Material Possessions in Immigration. Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research. ISSN 2078-1938

Pechurina, A (2010) Увидеть необычное в обычном: исследования семейной фотографии. Социологический журнал, 2. pp. 92-97. ISSN 1562-2495

Pechurina, A (2010) Чалфен Р. Семейные фотографии как коммуникация посредством изображений / Пер. с англ. А.В. Печуриной. Социологический журнал, 2. pp. 98-117. ISSN 1684-1581

Pechurina, A (2007) Сара Пинк, Интервью с видеокамерой: представление, саморепрезентация и нарратив (краткий перевод статьи Сары Пинк, выполненный А.В. Печуриной и А.В Колосовым: Pink S. Performance, self-representation and narrative: Interviewing with video // Seeing is Believing? Approaches to visual research. Studies in qualitative methodology. Vol. 7 / Ed. by C. Pole. London: Elseiver Science, 2004), Социологический журнал, 3: 90-107. Социологический журнал (3). pp. 90-107.

Pechurina, A (2007) Vizualizatsija sotsial'nykh issledovanij: novije danije ili novije znanija? (in Russian). Sotsiologicheskij Journal, 3. pp. 81-89.

Book Section

Pechurina, A (2017) Post-Soviet Russian-Speaking Migration to the UK: The Discourses of Visibility and Accountability. In: Post-Soviet Migration and Diasporas: From Global Perspectives to Everyday Practices. Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-3-319-47772-5 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-47773-2_3

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