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Sara Dorow
Sara Dorow
Professor of Sociology, University of Alberta
E-mail confirmado em ualberta.ca
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Transnational adoption: A cultural economy of race, gender, and kinship
SK Dorow
NYU Press, 2006
5002006
Putting mobility theory to work: Conceptualizing employment-related geographical mobility
T Cresswell, S Dorow, S Roseman
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 48 (9), 1787-1803, 2016
1312016
Racialized Choices: Chinese adoption and thewhite noise'of blackness
S Dorow
Critical Sociology 32 (2-3), 357-379, 2006
982006
I wish for you a beautiful life: Letters from the Korean birth mothers of Ae Ran Won to their Children
S Dorow, S Han
(No Title), 1999
681999
Fort McMurray, Wood Buffalo, and the Oil/Tar Sands: Revisiting the Sociology of" Community"
S Dorow, S O'Shaughnessy
Canadian Journal of Sociology 38 (2), 121-140, 2013
612013
Asian American studies now: a critical reader
J Wu, RG Lee, G Okhiro, H Zia, D Eng, S Han, E Kim, D McGregor, M Omi, ...
Rutgers University Press, 2010
492010
Gendered circuits of care in the mobility regime of Alberta’s oil sands
S Dorow, S Mandizadza
Gender, Place & Culture 25 (8), 1241-1256, 2018
482018
Blood and desire: The secret of heteronormativity in adoption narratives of culture
S Dorow, A Swiffen
American Ethnologist 36 (3), 563-573, 2009
432009
Gendering energy extraction in Fort McMurray
S Dorow
Alberta oil and the decline of democracy in Canada, 275-292, 2015
412015
Re‐working mobilities: Emergent geographies of employment‐related mobility
S Dorow, SR Roseman, T Cresswell
Geography Compass 11 (12), e12350, 2017
382017
The spatial distribution of hope in and beyond Fort McMurray
S Dorow, G Dogu
Ecologies of affect: Placing nostalgia, desire, and hope, 271-292, 2011
302011
China R Us? Care, Consumption and Transnationally Adopted Children
S Dorow
Symbolic childhood, 149-168, 2002
302002
Transnational Adoption: A Cultural Economy of Race
SK Dorow
Gender, and, 2006
272006
Occupational health and safety for migrant domestic workers in Canada: dimensions of (im) mobility
NS Hill, S Dorow, B Barnetson, JF Martinez, J Matsunaga-Turnbull
NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 29 …, 2019
262019
When you were born in China: A memory book for children adopted from China
S Dorow
Yeong & Yeong Book Company, 1997
221997
Managing liminal time in the fly-in fly-out work camp
S Dorow, S Jean
human relations 75 (4), 681-704, 2022
192022
Live-in caregivers in Fort McMurray: A socioeconomic footprint
S Dorow, MS Cassiano, C Doerksen
Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2015
162015
Producing kinship through the marketplaces of transnational adoption
SK Dorow
Baby Markets: Money and the New Politics of Creating Families, 69-83, 2010
142010
Student and community partner expectations for effective community-engaged learning partnerships
H Stack-Cutler, S Dorow
Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 16 (3), 103-106, 2012
102012
Mobile work and mental health a preliminary study of fly-in fly-out workers in the Alberta oil sands
S Dorow, V O'Leary, C Hilario, N Cherry, A Daigle, G Kelly, K Lindquist, ...
92021
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