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Fox, Jon E. and Jones, Demelza (2013). Migration, everyday life and the ethnicity bias. Ethnicities, 13 (4), pp. 385-400.

Haynes, Jo and Jones, Demelza (2012). A tale of two analyses: the use of archived qualitative data. Sociological research online, 17 (2),

Jones, Demelza (2012). "Our kith and kin"?:Sri Lankan Tamil refugees and the ethnonationalist parties of Tamil Nadu. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 18 (4), pp. 431-451.

Jones, Demelza Being Tamil, being Hindu:Tamil migrants’ negotiations of the absence of Tamil Hindu spaces in the West Midlands and South West of England. Religion, 46 (1), pp. 53-74.

Jones, Demelza Considering (auto)biography in teaching and learning about race and racism in a diverse university. Teaching in Higher Education, 22 (7), pp. 867-878.

Jones, Demelza Cosmopolitans and 'cliques':everyday socialisation amongst Tamil student and young professional migrants to the UK. Ethnicities, 13 (4), pp. 420-437.

Jones, Demelza Diaspora identification and long-distance nationalism among Tamil migrants of diverse state origins in the UK. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37 (14), pp. 2547-2563.

Jones, Demelza Everyday ethnicity in Sri Lanka:up-country Tamil identity politics. Contemporary South Asia, 21 (4), pp. 462-463.

Book Section

Jones, Demelza Identifications with an ‘aesthetic’ and ‘moral’ diaspora amongst Tamils of diverse state origins in Britain. IN: Dismantling diasporas. Christou, Anastasia and Mavroudi, Elizabeth (eds) Farnham (UK): Ashgate.


Jones, Demelza and Smith, Andrew (2015). Minority congregations' use of Anglican Church spaces in the Birmingham Diocese. Church of England.

Lowe, Pam; Jones, Demelza; West, Karen and Fuller, Crispian Experiences of families living in Kingshurst, North Solihull. Aston University.

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