A Gendered Approach to Forced Migration Governance in the Asia Pacific
Books and Journals
Castles, S. (2010). Understanding global migration: a social transformation perspective. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36(10), 1565-1586.
Cheung, S. (2011). Migration control and the solutions impasse in south and southeast Asia: implications from the Rohingya experience. Journal of Refugee Studies, 25(1), 50-70.
Christie, R. (2017). Gender, humanitarianism and the military. In R. Woodward & C. Duncanson (Eds.), The Palgrave international handbook of gender and the military. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Gerard, A., & Pickering, S. (2014). Gender, securitization and transit: refugee women and the journey to the EU. Journal of Refugee Studies, 27(3): 338-359.
Hansen, L. (2000). The little mermaid’s silent security dilemma and the absence of gender in the Copenhagen school. Millennium, 29(2), 285-306.
Hansen, L. (2015). Ontologies, epistemologies, methodologies. In L. J. Shepherd, (ed.), Gender matters in global politics: A feminist introduction to international relations. Abingdon: Routledge.
Harding, S. G. (1986). The science question in feminism. New York: Cornell University Press.
Hedman, E. L. E. (2006). Forced migration in Southeast Asia: International politics and the reordering of state power. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 15(1), 29-51.
Hooper, C. (2001). Manly states: masculinities, international relations and gender politics. New York: Columbia University Press.
Hugo, G. (2002). Australian immigration policy: The significance of the events of September 11. International Migration Review, 36(1), 37-40.
Hyndman, J., & Giles, W. (2011). Waiting for what? The feminization of asylum in protracted situations. Gender, Place & Culture, 18(3), 361-379.
Inglehart, R., & Norris, P. (2016). Trump, Brexit, and the rise of populism: economic have-nots and cultural backlash. HKS Working Paper, (RWP16-026), 1-52.
Jacobsen, K. (1996). Factors influencing the policy responses of host governments to mass refugee influxes. International Migration Review, 30(3), 655-678.
Kneebone, S. (2014). The Bali Process and global refugee policy in the Asia Pacific region. Journal of Refugee Studies, 27(4), 596- 618.
Lobasz, J. (2009). Beyond Border Security: Feminist Approaches to Human Trafficking. Security Studies, 18(2), 319-344.
MacKinnon, C. (1989). Toward a feminist theory of the state. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Missbach, A. (2015). Troubled transit: asylum seekers stuck in Indonesia. Singapore: ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.
Missbach, A., & Sinanu, F. (2011). “The scum of the earth”? foreign people smugglers and their local counterparts in Indonesia. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 30(4), 57-87.
Pateman, C. (1988). The sexual contract. Cambridge: Polity Press.
Peterson, V. S. (1992). Gendered states: Feminist (re)visions of international relations. Colorado: Lyrme
Riennar Publishers Inc.
Peterson, V. S., & Runyan, A. S. (2010). Global gender issues in the new millennium (3rd ed.). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Rajaram, P. K., & Grundy‐Warr, C. (2004). The irregular migrant as homo sacer: Migration and detention in Australia, Malaysia, and Thailand. International Migration, 42(1), 33-64.
Sylvester, C. (2011). The forum: emotion and the feminist IR researcher. International Studies Review, 13(4), 687-708.
Whitworth, S. (1994). Feminism and International Relations. Hampshire, UK: MacMillan Press Ltd.
Youngs, G. (2004). Feminist international relations: a contradiction in terms? Or: why women and gender are essential to understanding the world we live in. International Affairs, 80(1), 101-114.
Articles on Refugee Crisis. (n.d.). The Conversation. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/au/topics/refugee-crisis-20183
Bali Process. (2016). Review of region’s response to Andaman Sea situation of May 2015. Retrieved from https://www.baliprocess.net/UserFiles/baliprocess/File/Review%20of%20Andaman%20Sea_Final_Bali%20Process%20AHG%20SOM_16%20Nov%202016.pdf
Department of Home Affairs of Australian Government. (n.d.). Detention in Australia. Retrieved from https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/about/immigration-detention-in-australia/detention-in-australia
Gotinga, J. C. (2017, November 15). ASEAN Summit silence on Rohingya ‘an absolute travesty’. Aljazeera. Retrieved from https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/11/asean-summit-silence-rohingya-absolute-travesty-171114211156144.html
Ma, A., & Agrawal, N. (2015, October 2). What world leaders said at the UN about the refugee crisis. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from https://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/entry/world-leaders-migrant-refugee-crisis-remarks-un_us_560c17cce4b0768127002bf3
Muslimin, A. (2017, December 17). ASEAN’s Rohingya response: Barely a peep outside of Malaysia. Forbes. Retrieved from https://www.forbes.com/sites/anismuslimin/2017/12/17/aseans-rohingya-response-barely-a-peep-outside-of-malaysia/#66da3d4c39de
Refugee Council. (2016). Australia’s detention policies. Retrieved from https://www.refugeecouncil.org.au/getfacts/seekingsafety/asylum/detention/key-facts/
United Nations Children’s Fund. (n.d.). Syria Crisis Appeal. Retrieved from https://www.unicef.org.au/appeals/syria-crisis-appeal
United Nations General Assembly. (2016). New York declaration for refugees and migrants. Retrieved from
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. (2016). Global Report 2016. Retrieved from http://reporting.unhcr.org/sites/default/files/gr2016/pdf/Book_GR_2016_ENGLISH_complete.pdf
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. (2018). Figures at a glance. Retrieved from http://www.unhcr.org/en-au/figures-at-a-glance.html
Wahab, A. A. (2017, August 2). The Future of forced migrants in ASEAN. Heinrich Boll Stiftung. Retrieved from https://www.boell.de/en/2017/08/02/future-forced-migrants-asean
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