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White, A., 2014. Double return migration : Failed returns to Poland leading to settlement abroad and new transnational strategies. International Migration, 52 (6), pp. 72-84.

White, A., 2014. Polish return and double return migration. Europe-Asia Studies, 66 (1), pp. 25-49.


White, A., 2013. Polish Circular Migration and Marginality: a Livelihood Strategy Approach. In: EuroEmigranci.PL, 2013-09-23 - 2013-09-24, Krakow.

White, A., 2013. Postkommunisticheskie tendentsii v trudovoi migratsii. : Rossiya i Pol'sha: opyt sravnitel'nogo analiza. Park Belinskogo, 1 (3), pp. 34-52.


White, A., 2011. ”Families don’t return”: Post-2004 Polish family migration and settlement in the UK. In: IMISCOE workshop ‘The Economic and Local Consequences of Labour Migration from Central and Eastern Europe in a Time of Economic Crisis’, 2011-06-01, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

White, A., 2011. Polish Migration in the UK - local experiences and effects. In: AHRC Connected Communities symposium: Understanding Local Experiences and Effects of New Migration, 2011-09-26, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield.

White, A., 2011. Polish families and migration since EU accession. Bristol: Policy Press.

White, A., 2011. Polish families in England: decisions about stay and return. In: Stenning, A. and Slowik, A., eds. Post-accession migration in Europe: a Polish case study. Kraków: Impuls, pp. 15-38.

White, A., 2011. The mobility of Polish families in the West of England : Translocalism and attitudes to return. Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, 1, pp. 11-32.


White, A., 2010. How and why people use transnational migration networks in small-town Poland. In: New Migrations, New Challenges, 2010-06-30 - 2010-07-03, Trinity College, Dublin.

White, A., 2010. Migracja z dziećmi do Anglii jako strategia życiowa polskich kobiet. In: Kindler, M. and Napierała, J., eds. Migracje kobiet przypadek Polski. Warsaw: Warsaw University Centre of Migration Research / Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar.

White, A., 2010. The world viewed from Poland B: doing migration research on Poland's eastern border. In: CREES Annual Conference, 2010-01-01, University of Birmingham, Birmingham.

White, A., 2010. Young people and migration from contemporary Poland. Journal of Youth Studies, 13 (5), pp. 565-580.


White, A., 2009. Post-2004 migration from Polish small towns to Western Europe. In: British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies Conference, 2009 (BASEES 2009), 2009-03-30, Cambridge.

White, A., 2009. Internal migration, identity and livelihood strategies in contemporary Russia. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 35 (4), pp. 555-573.

White, A., 2009. Family migration from small-town Poland: a livelihood strategy approach. In: Burrell, K., ed. Polish Migration to the UK in the New European Union: After 2004. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 67-86.


White, A., 2008. Editor's introduction - Temporary migration and community cohesion: The nature and impact of migration from East-Central to Western Europe. Europe-Asia Studies, 60 (9), 1463 - 1465.

White, A. and Ryan, L., 2008. Polish 'temporary' migration: the formation and significance of social networks. Europe-Asia Studies, 60 (9), pp. 1467-1502.


White, A., 2007. Internal migration trends in Soviet and post-Soviet European Russia. Europe-Asia Studies, 59 (6), pp. 887-911.


White, A., 2005. Gender roles in contemporary Russia: attitudes and expectations among women students. Europe-Asia Studies, 57 (3), pp. 429-455.

White, A., 2005. English features in a Russian mirror (Angliiskii obraz v russkom zerkale). In: Grishaeva, L. and Tsurikova, L., eds. Strategii uspekha i faktory riska v mezhkul'turnoi kommunikatsii. Voronezh, Russia: Voronezh State University, pp. 58-66.

White, A., 2005. Is civil society stronger in small towns? In: Evans, A., Henry, L. A. and Sandstrom, L. M., eds. Russian Civil Society. New York: M.E.Sharpe, pp. 284-302.


White, A., 2004. Kosovo, ethnic identity and border crossings in the The File on H and other novels by Ismail Kadare. In: Wagstaff, P., ed. Border Crossings: mapping identities in modern Europe. Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 23-53.

White, A., 2004. Small-town Russia. Postcommunist livelihoods and identities: a portrait of the intelligentsia in Achit, Bednodemyanovsk and Zubtsov, 1999-2000. London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon.


Pickup, F. and White, A., 2003. Livelihoods in postcommunist Russia: Urban/rural comparisons. Work, Employment and Society, 17 (3), pp. 419-434.

White, A., 2003. Mother Russia: Changing attitudes to ethnicity and national identity in Russia's regions. In: Andall, J., ed. Gender and Ethnicity in Contemporary Europe. Oxford: Berg, pp. 179-198.


White, A., 2002. Albania in the File on H and other works by Ismail Kadare. In: Crawshaw, R., ed. European Writers at the Margin Symposium, 2002-01-01, Lancaster.


White, A., 2001. 'Ponyat' tendentsii izmeneniya obshchestva delo slozhoe. In: Vestnik. Bednodemyanovsk, Russia: , p. 3.

White, A., 2001. Teachers in contemporary provincial Russia. Education in Russia, the Independent States and Eastern Europe, 19, pp. 2-13.


White, A., 2000. Social change in provincial Russia: The intelligentsia in a Raion centre. Europe-Asia Studies, 52 (4), 677 - 694.


White, A., 1999. Democratization in Russia under Gorbachev: The birth of a voluntary sector. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.


White, A., 1990. De-Stalinization and the House of Culture: Declining state control over Leisure in the USSR, Poland and Hungary, 1953-1989. London, UK: Routledge.

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