Volume XI, Issue 1, 2017

Special Issue: Transnational Family Research – Methodological Challenges

Guest Editors: Viorela Ducu


Contents

Guest editor’s note

Articles

Rachele BezziniOn Interviewing Partners in Mixed Couples Together: Performance, Meta-Communication and Positionality

María Cristina Carrillo Espinosa The Virgin of “EL CISNE” and the Ecuadorian Families Resident in Madrid

Nóra Kovács – Methodological challenges of traditional and virtual anthropological fieldwork in migrant integration research: the case of Chinese-Hungarian interethnic partner relationships

Magdalena ŻadkowskaKaufmann’s Comprehensive Interview Applied in a Longitudinal Study of Migrant Couples: Notes from the Field

Rafaela Hilário Pascoal“Minding the gap” in the research on human trafficking for sexual purposes

Erka Caro, Armela Xhahoa, Mimoza Dushi – Exploring Migration Experiences and Gender Dynamics through Biographical Interviews

Viorela DucuOnline/offline couple interviews in the study of transnational families

Anca AştileanThe new aspects of the research field

Iulia Elena HossuVideo research in the study of transnational families

Călin Ilea Environmental portraits as means for depicting transnational families

Book review

Viorela Ducu and Aron Telegdi-Csetri (Eds). (2016). Managing Difference in Eastern-European Transnational Families. Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford: Peter Lang, 190 p. (reviewed by Neda Deneva).