New Arrivals: Participatory Action Research, Imagined Communities, and “Visions” of Social Justice
This article focuses on early 21st-century Britain, and on the re-imagination of local and global community and visions of social justice in and though the interchanges between migrants and local communities. Reporting from action research with groups of immigrants and British local authorities, the authors analyze how particular visions of social justice are and can be evoked and mobilized to arrive at more just interactions with and subsequent settlements by immigrant populations.
immigration, Britain, participatory action research, visions of justice, local community
Citation: Social Justice Vol. 32, No. 1 (2005): 75-88.