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Understanding how events mitigate the adverse effects of oppression for refugees and ethnic minority migrants.

Project Member(s): Hassanli, N.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian and New Zealand Association for Leisure Studies
Australian and New Zealand Association for Leisure Studies

Start year: 2018

Publications:

Hassanli, N, Walters, T & Friedmann, R 2020, 'Can cultural festivals function as counterspaces for migrants and refugees? The case of the New Beginnings Festival in Sydney', Leisure Studies.
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Hassanli, N, Walters, T & Williamson, J 2020, '‘You feel you’re not alone’: How multicultural festivals foster social sustainability through multiple psychological sense of community', Journal of Sustainable Tourism.
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Hassanli, N, Walter, T & Freidmann, R 2019, 'How Festivals Mitigate the Adverse Effects of Oppression for Attendees: The Case of the New Beginnings Festival', Critical Tourism Scholars, Ibiza, Spain.

Hassanli, N, Walters, T & Friedmann, R 2019, 'The New Beginnings Festival: Understanding the benefits of the event for refugees and ethnic minority migrants'.

FOR Codes: Tourism Management, Social and Community Psychology, Hermeneutic and Critical Theory, Socio-Cultural Issues in Tourism, Community Service (excl. Work)