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Carla De Tona

Assegnista di ricerca

Dipartimento di Sociologia e Diritto dell'Economia

Pubblicazioni

M o n o g r a f i e

2019 Byrne, Bridget and Carla De Tona. All in the mix. Race, class and school

choice. Manchester University Press

A r t i c o l i i n R i v i s t e

2019 Sirkeci, Ibrahim, Theodoros Iosifides, Carla De Tona, Annalisa Frisina. On

qualitative methodologies in migration research, in Sirkeci, Ibrahim, Theodoros Iosifides, Carla DeTona, Annalisa Frisina. Reader in Qualitative Methods in Migration Research. Transnational Press London

2019 De Tona, Carla, Annalisa Frisina, Deianira Ganga. Research methods in ethnic and migration studies, in Sirkeci, Ibrahim, Theodoros Iosifides, Carla DeTona, Annalisa Frisina. Reader in Qualitative Methods in Migration Research. Transnational Press London

2018 De Tona, Carla. ‘L’immigrazione italiana in Irlanda: vecchie e nuove mobilità tra diaspora e cosmopolitismo’, in Rapporto Italiani nel Mondo 2018, Fondazione Migrantes, Tau Editrice

2014 Byrne, Bridget and Carla De Tona. ‘Multicultural Desires? Parental negotiation of multiculture and difference in choosing secondary schools for their children’. The Sociological Review (Vol 62/3, pp 475–493)

2012 Byrne, Bridget and Carla De Tona. ‘Trying to find the extra choices’: Migrant parents and secondary school choice in Greater Manchester’, British Journal of Sociology of Education (Vol 33/1, pp. 21-39)

2011 De Tona, Carla and Ronit Lentin. ‘Networking sisterhood, from the informal to the global: AkiDwA, the African and Migrant Women’s Network, Ireland ’, Global Networks (Vol 11/2, pp. 242-261)

2011 De Tona, Carla and Ronit Lentin. ‘Building a platform for our voices to be heard’: Migrant women’s networks as agents of transformation in the Republic of Ireland ’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (Vol 37/3, pp. 485-502)

2010 De Tona, Carla, Annalisa Frisina, and Deianira Ganga. ‘Editorial: Research Methods in Ethnic and Migration Studies’. Special Issue, Migration Letters (Vol.7/1- April 2010)

2009 De Tona, Carla and Andrew Whelan. ‘“Re-mediating” the ruptures of migration: the use of internet and mobile phones among women’s migrant organisations in Ireland ’. Translocations: Migration and Social Change (Vol 5/1)

2007 De Tona, Carla. ‘When Letters and Contraceptives Don’t Stop at the Customs’: Kin work, networks, and cultural capital of Italian migrant women in Ireland, Irish Journal of Anthropology (Vol 9/3, pp. 64-74)

2005 De Tona, Carla. The ‘conspicuous visibility’ of Italianness and the ‘invisibility’ of Italian migrants in Ireland : A sociological analysis of a regime of representation. Altreitalie (Vol 30, pp. 23-41)

2004 De Tona, Carla. ‘I remember when years ago in Italy ’: Nine Italian women in Dublin tell the Diaspora, Women’s Studies International Forum (Vol 27/4, pp. 315-334)

C a p i t o l i d i L i b r i

2012 De Tona Carla and Elena Moreo. ‘Theorizing migrant-led activism’, in Ronit Lentin and Elena Moreo (eds) Migrant Activism and Integration from below in Ireland, London: Palgrave Macmillian (pp. 21-42)

2012 De Tona Carla. ‘Investing in hope? Gendered resistance and the struggle of migrant women’s associations in Ireland ’, in Ronit Lentin and Elena Moreo (eds)

Migrant Activism and Integration from below in Ireland, London : Palgrave Macmillian (pp. 95-119)

2010 De Tona Carla. ‘Mothering contradictory diasporas: Negotiation of traditional motherhood roles among Italian migrant women in Ireland’, in Loretta Baldassar and Donna Gabaccia (eds.) Intimacy And Italian Migration: Gender And Domestic Lives In A Mobile World, New York : Fordham University Press (pp. 101-112)

2008 De Tona Carla. ‘Gente di passaggio: Liminality and representation of Italianness in Ireland ’, in Borbála Faragó and Moynagh Sullivan (eds.) Facing the Other: Interdisciplinary Studies on Race, Gender and Social Justice in Ireland, Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Press (pp. 93-107)

2007 De Tona Carla and Ronit Lentin. Overlapping multi-centred networking: Migrant women’s diasporic networks as alternative narratives of globalisation, in Karen Fricker and Ronit Lentin (eds.) Performing Global Networks, Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Press (pp. 67-86)

W o r k i n g P a p e r s

De Tona, Carla, Ronit Lentin and Elena Moreo. 2010. ‘Mapping of Migrant Organisations in Ireland . Trinity Immigration Initiative http://www.tcd.ie/immigration/networks/mapping.php

De Tona, Carla. 2006. Narrative Networks: Italian Women in Dublin, IIIS Discussion Paper No. 152. http://www.tcd.ie/iiis/pages/publications/discussionpapers/IIISDP152.php

Borkert, Maren, Alberto Martín Pérez,, Sam Scout and Carla De Tona. 2006. Introduction: Understanding Migration Research (Across National and Academic Boundaries) in Europe . Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], 7(3), Art. 3. http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs texte/3-06/06-3-3-e.htm [http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs%20texte/3-06/06-3-3-e.htm] .

De Tona, Carla. 2006. ‘But what is Interesting is the Story of why and how Migration

Happened’. Ronit Lentin and Hassan Boussetta in conversation with Carla De Tona, Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-line Journal], 7(3), Art. 13. http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/3-06/06-3-13-e.htm

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