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The main purpose of this article is a brief presentation of the most crucial stages of a research process concerning migration of foreign workers in Greece. The research (within my doctoral studies at Sussex University, Brighton, UK) was undertaken for a period of almost nine months (1995-1996) in Athens, Greece. In this article I present some important dimensions of the multiple methods used (semi-structured interviews with informational questionnaires, in-depth interviews and participant observation) to obtain information and data, mainly on the employment and housing conditions and situations of immigrants in the city, and take the opportunity to critically reflect on that researches methodology and findings today.
Qualitative Methods, Migration Research, Critical Realism
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Iosifides, T. (2003). Qualitative Migration Research: Some New Reflections Six Years Later. The Qualitative Report, 8(3), 435-446. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2003.1879
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