Publications

Peer-reviewed articles:

Prazeres, L. (in press). Unpacking distinction within mobility: social prestige and international students, Population, Space and Place.

Prazeres, L. (2018). At home in the city: everyday practices and distinction in international student mobility, Social and Cultural Geography, 19(7), p. 914-934.

Prazeres, L. (2017). Challenging the comfort zone: self-discovery, everyday practices and international student mobility to the Global South, Mobilities, 12(6), p. 908-923.

Prazeres, L., Findlay, A., McCollum, D., Sanders, N., Musil, E., Krisjane, Z., and Apsite-Berina, E. (2017). Distinctive and comparative places: alternative narratives of distinction within international student mobility. Geoforum, 80, p. 114-122.

Findlay, A., Prazeres, L., McCollum, D. and Packwood, H. (2017). ‘It was always the plan’: international study as ‘learning to migrate’, Area, 49(2), p. 192-199.

Prazeres, L. and Donohoe, H. (2014). The Visitor Sensescape in Canada’s Kluane National Park. Journal of Unconventional Parks, Tourism, and Recreation Research, 5(2), p. 2-9.

Prazeres, L. (2013). International and Intra-National Student Mobility: Trends, Motivations, and Identity. Geography Compass, 7(11), p. 804-820.

Book chapter:

Prazeres, L. (forthcoming). Homely Comforts Abroad: Navigating Zones of Comfort in Everyday Geographies of Student Mobility. In Price, L. McNally, D. and Crang, P. (Eds.) Geographies of Comfort. Ashgate Publishing

Working papers and reports:

Prazeres, L. and Findlay, A. (2017). An audit of international student mobility to the UK. CPC Working Paper 82, ESRC Centre for Population Change, UK.

Prazeres, L., Cox, F. and Marshall, A. (2017). Using the Census Longitudinal Studies for research on internal migration. CALLS-Hub, UK.

Media/news article:

Prazeres, L. (2018). Young refugees share what it’s like trying to finish school, find work and get married. The Conversation.

Book review:

Prazeres, L. (2015). International Student Mobility and Transnational Friendships. Social & Cultural Geography, 16(8), p. 996-997.