Project Outputs

Book chapters

O’Reilly, K. 2014. ‘The role of the social imaginary in lifestyle migration: employing the ontology of practice theory’ Understanding Lifestyle Migration. Basingstoke: Palgrave

O’Reilly, K.  and M. Benson. 2014. ‘Lifestyle Migration and the Pursuit of Successful Ageing’, in Twigg, J. And Martin, W.(eds) Handbook of Cultural Gerontology, Routledge

O’Reilly, K., Stones, R. and Botterill, K. (2104) ‘Lifestyle migration in East Asia: integrating ethnographic methodology and practice theory’London: Sage sage-cases-in-methodology-version-4-kor

Newsletters

O’Reilly, K., Lee, M., Botterill, K. and Stones, R. 2014, ‘Research Project: Lifestyle Migration in East Asia. Newsletter No. 1. Attracting and excluding affluent migrants’ Loughborough University, February 2014 . Lifestyle migration in East Asia Newsletter No1 Feb2014

O’Reilly, K. Lee, M., Botterill, K. and Stones, R. 2014, ‘Research Project: Lifestyle Migration in East Asia. Newsletter No. 2. Growing older in postcolonial settings’ Loughborough University, May 2014. Lifestyle migration in East Asia Newsletter No2 May2014

O’Reilly, K. and Lee, M. (2014), ‘Lifestyle Migration in East Asia’, International Institute for Asian Studies Newsletter No. 69, October 2014.

Conference Papers

O’Reilly, K. (2012) ‘Tourism-related migration in Asia’ Invited paper for Department of Applied Social Studies Seminar, City University of Hong Kong. May 2012

Lee, M. (2013), ‘Hong Kong Lifestyle Migrants in China’, paper presented at the Annual Conference of The Asian Studies Association, Hong Kong Institute of Education, March 2013

Lee, M. (2013), ‘In search of a good life: Class, consumption and gated communities in lifestyle migration in Asia’, paper presented at the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, London, UK, April 2013

Botterill, K. and O’Reilly, K. (2013) ‘Governing Lifestyle Migration in East Asia. The Promotion and Regulation of Western Migration in Thailand and Malaysia’. Paper presented at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, London UK, August 2013

O’Reilly, K and Botterill, K. (2013). ‘Flexible ethnography for practice stories of migration. (elite?) migrants in Asia’. Paper presented at the Theorising Migration Systems (Themis) Workshop, Oxford UK, September 2013

O’Reilly, K and Botterill, K. (2013). ‘Cross-cultural approaches to successful ageing.  How lifestyle migrants in East Asia think about, plan and organise their (future) care’ paper presented at the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, London UK, April 2013

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