Dr. Ahmed Albaba

 
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  • 2021 Book Chapter
    ​ ​Interviews with refugees in the Middle East​
    Albaba, A.  & Becker, J. ​ (2021)
    In:​Bahl, Eva; Rosenthal, Gabriele​ (Eds.), Navigating through increasing social inequalities in times of Covid-19: A research report on interviews with migrants in the Middle East and Europe and migrants and indigenous people in South America pp. 13​-31. 
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  • 2021 Book Chapter
    ​ ​Ein Kind als Symptomträger der Familie in Übereinstimmung mit den Interventionen des Hilfesystems: ​Das Beispiel der Familie Mustafa​
    Rosenthal, G.  & Albaba, A. ​ (2021)
    In:​Rosenthal, Gabriele; Witte, Nicole​ (Eds.), Diagnose Entwicklungsstörung. Familiengeschichte – Familiendynamik – Professionelles Hilfesystem pp. 111​-122. ​Göttingen: ​Göttinger Universitätsverlag.
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  • 2020 Report
    ​ ​Migrants, especially Refugees, in Brazil, the Middle East, Africa and Western Europe in Times of Covid-19​
    Rosenthal, G. ; Becker, J.  & Albaba, A. ​ (2020)
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  • 2020 Thesis | Doctoral Thesis
    ​ ​Palästinensische Familien in den Flüchtlingslagern im Westjordanland: Eine empirische Studie zum kollektiven Gedächtnis und den transgenerationellen Folgen von Flucht und Vertreibung​
    Albaba, A. ​ (2020)
    Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.53846/goediss-8357 
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  • 2016 Book Chapter
    ​ ​The Homogenizing We-Discourse and the Social Positioning of the Refugee Camps​
    Worm, A. ; Hinrichsen, H.  & Albaba, A. ​ (2016)
    In:​Rosenthal, Gabriele​ (Ed.), Established and Outsiders at the Same Time. Self-Images and We-Images of Palestinians in the West Bank and in Israel pp. 45​-65. ​Göttingen: ​Universitätsverlag Göttingen.
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  • 2016 Book Chapter
    ​ ​Voices of former political prisoners and their families in the West Bank​
    Rosenthal, G.  & Albaba, A. ​ (2016)
    In:​Rosenthal, Gabriele​ (Ed.), Established and Outsiders at the Same Time. Self-Images and We-Images of Palestinians in the West Bank and in Israel pp. 87​-108. ​Göttingen: ​Universitätsverlag Göttingen.
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  • 2015 Book Chapter
    ​ ​Stimmen von ehemaligen politischen Häftlingen und von ihren Familien im Westjordanland​
    Rosenthal, G.  & Albaba, A. ​ (2015)
    In:​Rosenthal, Gabriele​ (Ed.), Etablierte und Außenseiter zugleich. Selbst- und Fremdbilder in den palästinensischen Communities im Westjordanland und in Israel pp. 117​-145. ​Frankfurt am Main: ​Campus Verlag.
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  • 2015 Book Chapter
    ​ ​Der homogenisierende Wir-Diskurs und die gesellschaftliche Positionierung der Flüchtlingslager​
    Worm, A. ; Hinrichsen, H.  & Albaba, A. ​ (2015)
    In:​Rosenthal, Gabriele​ (Ed.), Etablierte und Außenseiter zugleich. Selbst- und Fremdbilder von Palästinensern im Westjordanland und Israel pp. 63​-90. ​Frankfurt am Main: ​Campus Verlag.
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