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Stewart, Alasdair B. R.; Gawlewicz, Anna; Bailey, Nick; Katikireddi, S. Vittal and Wright, Sharon (2020). Lived Experiences of Mental Health Problems and Welfare Conditionality. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Gawlewicz, Anna; Stewart, ABR; Bailey, N; Katikireddi, SV and Wright, S (2020). Analysis Protocol: Constructions of Mental Health and Problematic Alcohol Use Within UK’s Health and Welfare Policy. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Gawlewicz, Anna and Sotkasiira, Tiina (2020). Revisiting geographies of temporalities: The significance of time in migrant responses to Brexit. Population, Space and Place, 26(1), article no. e2275.

Harris, Catherine; Gawlewicz, Anna and Valentine, Gill (2020). Attitudes towards immigration: responses to the increased presence of Polish migrants in the UK post 2004. Migration and Development (Early Access).

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Gawlewicz, Anna (2019). Translation in Qualitative Methods. In: Atkinson, PA; Delamont, S; Williams, R; Cernat, A and Sakshaug, J eds. SAGE Research Methods Foundations: an Encyclopedia. SAGE Publications.

Dafydd Jones, Rhys; Gawlewicz, Anna; Heley, Jesse and Neal, Sarah (2019). La campagna inglese non è un quadro di Constable

[The countryside, Britain and Brexit: the rural in national politics and identities].
Limes: Rivista Italiana di Geopolitica.

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Stella, Francesca; Flynn, Moya and Gawlewicz, Anna (2017). Intimate Migrations Final Report - Appendix 2: Recommendations from Second Consultation Event. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

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Stella, Francesca; Gawlewicz, Anna and Flynn, Moya (2016). Intimate Migrations: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Migrants in Scotland. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Gawlewicz, Anna (2016). Beyond openness and prejudice: The consequences of migrant encounters with difference. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 48(2) pp. 256–272.

Vieten, Ulrieke M. and Gawlewicz, Anna (2016). Visible Difference, Stigmatising Language(s) and the Discursive Construction of Prejudices Against Others in Leeds and Warsaw. In: Vieten, Ulrieke M. and Valentine, Gill eds. Cartographies of Differences: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New Visions of the Cosmopolitan, 5. Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 202–221.

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Gawlewicz, Anna and Narkowicz, Kasia (2015). Islamophobia on the move: circulation of anti-Muslim prejudice between Poland and the UK. In: Muslims in the UK and Europe (Suleiman, Yasir ed.), Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, pp. 90–100.

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Gawlewicz, Anna and Yndigegn, Carsten (2012). The (in)visible wall of fortress Europe? Elite migrating youth perceiving the sensitive Polish-Ukrainian border. In: Jagetić Andersen, Dorte; Klatt, Martin and Sandberg, Marie eds. The Border Multiple: The Practicing of Borders Between Public Policy and Everyday Life in a Re-scaling Europe. Ashgate, pp. 179–199.

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Gawlewicz, Anna and Yndigegn, Carsten (2011). Multi-layered identities as a consequence of a regular border experience: trans-nationally migrating elite youth facing "sensitive" Polish-Ukrainian border. In: The Multifaceted Economic and Political Geographies of Internal and External EU Borders: Proceedings of the 2010 European Conference of the Association for Borderlands Studies (Kalogeresis, A ed.), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Veria, pp. 241–262.

Andersen, Dorte; Gawlewicz, Anna and Yndigegn, Carsten (2011). EU edges and border practices: Slovenian-Croatian and Polish-Ukrainian borders as laboratories of borderwork on a post-national level. In: Jańczak, Jaroslaw ed. De-Bordering, Re-Bordering and Symbols on the European Boundaries. Thematicon, 16. Berlin: Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH, pp. 83–96.

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Mikułowski Pomorski, J. and Gawlewicz, A. (2009). Family Europe: the shaping of the EU’s image in the Polish press at the time of Poland’s accession to the EU (2004) and in the fifth year of membership (2008). In: Skotnicka-Illasiewicz, E. ed. 5 Years of Poland’s Membership of the EU in the Social Context. Warsaw: The Office of the Committee of European Integration, pp. 200–225.

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