Asylum Seeking, Identity Tracking Techniques, and the Paradox of Web Truths

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    Abstract

    Guest post by Massimiliano Spotti, Assistant Professor at the Department of Culture Studies and Deputy Director of Babylon – Center for the Study of Superdiversity at Tilburg University, The Netherlands. His areas of expertise deals with citizenship, integration, information and communications technologies, and identity construction. He’s recently started a research line dealing with ‘asylum seeking 2.0,’ looking at the implications of the web and social media for the identity tracking process of asylum seeking applicants.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 19 Nov 2014

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    social media
    applicant
    assistant
    director
    communication technology
    citizenship
    expertise
    Netherlands
    university teacher
    information technology

    Keywords

    • asylum seeking
    • borders
    • securitisation
    • security
    • human rights
    • trafficking

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