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The omnipresent absentee? Challenges in researching the Kurdistan Workers’ Party in Europe and Turkey

Marlies Casier (UGent)
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ethnography, methods, transnationalism, PKK

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Casier, Marlies. 2018. “The Omnipresent Absentee? Challenges in Researching the Kurdistan Workers’ Party in Europe and Turkey.” In Methodological Approaches in Kurdish Studies : Theoretical and Practical Insights from the Field, ed. Bahar Baser, 145–164. Lanham Maryland: Lexington Books.
APA
Casier, M. (2018). The omnipresent absentee? Challenges in researching the Kurdistan Workers’ Party in Europe and Turkey. In B. Baser (Ed.), Methodological approaches in Kurdish studies : theoretical and practical insights from the field (pp. 145–164). Lanham Maryland: Lexington Books.
Vancouver
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Casier M. The omnipresent absentee? Challenges in researching the Kurdistan Workers’ Party in Europe and Turkey. In: Baser B, editor. Methodological approaches in Kurdish studies : theoretical and practical insights from the field. Lanham Maryland: Lexington Books; 2018. p. 145–64.
MLA
Casier, Marlies. “The Omnipresent Absentee? Challenges in Researching the Kurdistan Workers’ Party in Europe and Turkey.” Methodological Approaches in Kurdish Studies : Theoretical and Practical Insights from the Field. Ed. Bahar Baser. Lanham Maryland: Lexington Books, 2018. 145–164. Print.
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