Current employmentVisiting research fellow at Departamento Sociedad y Cultura, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Unidad San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
Profession/Specialization/DegreePhD in Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham, UK
Work experience in the field of migration
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Title of analytical work in the field of migrationKosygina, L., 2014. Migration systems and management of international migration: the case of the Russian Federation. Social Interactions in Transnational Society 16, 139–145. / Kosygina, L., 2013a. Kazakhstanis in Novosibirsk region and the formation of a “transnational social field.” Social Interactions in Transnational Society 15, 101–109./ Kosygina, L., 2013b. The researcher in the field: navigating networks of relationships, in: Paoletti, I., Tomas, M.I., Menendez, F. (Eds.), Practices of Ethics: An Empirical Approach to Ethics in Social Sciences Research. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 137–153./ Kosygina, L., 2012. Legislation as a component of the Russian migration regime: written rules, their implementation and effects on the Russian labour market, in: Seliverstov, V., Samsonov, N., Gilmundinov, V., Goryushkin, A., Semykina, I. (Eds.), Studies of Young Scientists: Sectoral and Regional Economics, Innovations, Finance and Sociology. IEIE SB RAS, Novosibirsk, pp. 350–355./ Kosygina, L., 2010. Construction of the “other”: racialization of migrants in Moscow and Novosibirsk, in: Gdaniec, C. (Ed.), Cultural Diversity In Russian Cities: The Urban Landscape in the Post-Soviet Era. Berghahn Books, New York and Oxford, pp. 50–69./ Kosygina, L., 2007a. Doubly Disadvantaged? Gender, Forced Migration and the Russian Labour Market, in: Kay, R. (Ed.), Gender, Equality and Difference During And After State Socialism. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 187–210./ Kosygina, L., 2007b. Russian newspapers on migrants from former Soviet republics: an analysis of representations 81–83./ Kosygina, L., 2006. The gender order of the receiving society and migrants’ adaptation: experience of employment and job search. Vestnik of Novosibirsk State University 6, 97–105./ Kosygina, L., 2005. Doing gender in research: reflection on experience in the field. The Qualitative Report 10, 87–95./ Kosygina, L., 2004. Age and gender bias in Russia’s assistance to forced migrants. Forced Migration Review 20, 46./ Kosygina, L., 2003a. Forced migrants and the gender regime of their integration into the receiving society. SBRAS Press, Novosibirsk./ Kosygina, L., 2003b. Theory of structuration application: towards the management of forced migrant integration into the receiving society 306–310./ Kosygina, L., 2002. Forced migration from the near abroad: a theoretical account. Social Interactions in Transnational Society 4, 193–199./ Kosygina, L., 2001. The effectiveness of management practices for integration of forced migrants: the gender aspect. Social Interactions in Transnational Society 3, 251–257.