Pedro Góis


Biography

Pedro Góis is a Professor in Sociology and Methodology at the Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, and a Researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (CES). Undergraduate degree in Sociology, masters and PhD in Sociology. He is an expert in sociology of migration and quantitative methodologies. Recently he was consultant or country expert for the International Organisation for Migration (OIM), Caritas International, The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), European Commission or European Migration Network (EMN). His most recent research-driven publications used quantitative and qualitative methodologies and include papers and books on: refugees in Europe; transnational ethnic identity; Portuguese immigration and emigration; Brazilian migration or Eastern European migrants; discrimination practices in the labour market; immigrants' descendants; and diasporic engagement practices and policies.


Latest Publications

Book

Góis, Pedro (2019), Common Home. Migration and Development in Portugal. Moving further with practices: towards social inclusion and social cohesion. Lisboa: Caritas Portuguesa

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Book Chapter

Peixoto, João; Candeias, Pedro; Ferreira, Bárbara; Tiago de Oliveira, Isabel; Azevedo, Joana; Marques, José Carlos; Góis, Pedro; Malheiros, Jorge; Madeira, Paulo Miguel; Schiltz, Aline; Ferro, Alexandra; Santana, Eugénio (2019), New Emigration and Portuguese Society: Transnationalism and Return, in Joana Azevedo, Claúdia Pereira (org.), New and Old Routes of Portuguese Emigration: Uncertain Futures at the Periphery of Europe. Springer, 49-72

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Book Chapter

Góis, Pedro; Faraone, Maria (2019), Reconstructing the migration communication discourse: The call for contextual and narrative-based evidence in the deconstruction of fear, in Stephen M Croucher, Joao R. Caetano, Elsa A. Campbell (org.), The Routledge Companion to Migration, Communication, and Politics. London; New York: Routledge, 139-156