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This is a Phd Level literature chapter and is the first chapter that sets the scene for other to come. This chapter must focus on Theorising Mobilities. I have attempted this chapter twice before but it still requires a lot of work.
The supervisor suggests that i focus on forms of mobility such as labour mobility and does not want me to do this. Instead, a focus on Mobility Theories is required with a special focus on the work of Peter Adey and the Mobilities Journal. The supervisor states “You do need to get to grips with the wider theoretical perspective that is ‘mobilities’ and not social mobility or labour mobility.You really need to engage with the work by Peter Adey and the Mobilities journal as I said before. You still focus too much on migration and this chapter needs to be about Theorising Mobilities and how this helps to conceptualise your own work”.
In the chapter that i will sent upon request, you will find track changed amendments and comments. These have been done by the supervisor. This will ease it up a little. Your contribution is required by integrating new material and adding to the chapter, specifically focusing on Mobility theories. The last part of the chapter (framework) can be left blank as I will write this. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
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