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Lyndsey Kramer



Areas of research: 

  • Immigration studies in the context of identity change and Class
  • Identity and etiquette
  • Social Work activism
  • The development of NGOs and the use of E-collectivism and cyber union
  • Educational achievement, class and minority status

Contact details

Lyndsey Kramer
PhD Student
Department of Sociology
University of York
Wentworth College
North Yorkshire
YO10 5DD


Selected publications

Spear, Lyndsey (1997) "Dimensions of Difference Within Circles of Influence," paper presented at the Third European Feminist Research Conference, "Shifting Bonds, Shifting Bounds: Women, Mobility and Citizenship in Europe," University of Coimbra, Portugal, 8 - 12 July, 1997

Kramer, L. (2017) Poverty, Migration and Climate Change published as conference proceedings in: Migration in a Changing World Istanbul: Maltepe University Publications

Forthcoming publications

King, L. & Kramer, L (2019) Social Work Activism Without Borders; developing a model of collective social work beyond the state Wroe, L. Larkin, R. and Maglajlic, R. A. [eds] (2019) ‘Social Work with Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Undocumented People: Going the extra mile’ Jessica Kingsley Publishers: London

- The chapter is a case study of social work in Northern France with refugees, especially unaccompanied minors. This chapter, co-written with Lynn King, is based on the narrative and discourse of social workers experiences in Northern France and the birth of the organisation: Social Workers Without Borders.

Kramer, L. (2018) using cyberspace as a tool for mobilizing e-collectivism and cyber union: 'another social work is possible' Conference: 答复: Labour in the Information Age: Technology as Supplement to Old Fashion or Stimulus to New Age At: University of Durham BSA event