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Au pairs on Facebook

Ethnographic use of social media in politicised fields

Karina Märcher Dalgas

use of Facebook as a methodological tool requires continuous consideration of how the ethnographer presents herself on the social media site. A professional Facebook account – for example including the world ‘anthropologist’ in the Facebook name – would explicate the research purpose with the Facebook friendships. However, long-term ethnographic fieldwork involves deep engagement and personal investment in the lives of the interlocutors. Acknowledging the social exchange in this kind of relationship, I chose not to ‘hide’ myself under a professional profile. This

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Shrish Bajpai and Shagil Akhtar

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Mirosław Wypych

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Pavla Žížalová

., Domanski, J., Guzik, R. (2009): Industrial Upgrading Through Foreign Direct Investment in Central European Automotive Manufacturing. European Urban and Regional Studies, 16 (1), s. 43-63. Porter, M. (1996): What is Strategy? Harvard Business Review, November-December 1996, s. 61-78. Sassen, S. (1991): The Global City. Princeton Univ Press, Princeton, NJ, 288 s. Schrage, M. (2010): Great Customers Inspire Great Innovations. Harvadr Business Review.

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David Scott

:// . [Accessed 14 Feb. 2018] Holmes, J. (2015). Why Are Chinese and Russian Ships Prowling the Mediterranean? Foreign Policy , 15 May. Jakóbowski, J. (2015). China’s Foreign Direct Investments Within the ‘16+1’ Cooperation Formula: Strategy, Institutions, and Results. Commentary (OSW Centre for Eastern Studies), [online] November. Available at . [Accessed 14 Feb. 2018] Jakóbowski, J. and M. Kaczmarski. (2017) Beijing’s Mistaken Offer: the ‘16+1’ and China’s Policy Towards the European Union

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Sitong Qi


The EU is the world’s largest trade group, occupying an important position in the world trade in goods and services, especially in the field of service trade. The EU trade in services exports and imports are higher than the United States and Japan, and the EU is the world’s largest capital output and input group, and the world’s largest foreign aid providers. With the deepening of the European integration process, Europe’s position in the world economy and trade is on the rise. Therefore, the EU’s trade policy has increasingly become the focus of attention. From the vertical point of view, research directions can be divided into trade in goods policy, trade in services policy, international direct investment policy, trade-related intellectual property policy four field. In this paper, the four vertical areas are illustrated as the focus of the study.

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David A. Jones

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Alexey V. Kuznetsov and Anastasia A. Nevskaya

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Ewa Cieślik

State Capital in the New Financial Order, Singapore: Imperial College Press. Orlik, T. and Davis, B., 2012: Beijing Diversifies Away From U.S. Dollar. In: The Wall Street Journal, 2 March. Pignal, S. and McCrum, D., 2013: China to Buy US Assets via GM Pension. In: Financial Times: http:// Reuters, 2013: Russian Direct Investment Fund, 2013: Shemirani, M., 2011

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Ma Junchi

destination with FDI projects at record high. EY, [online] 27 May. Available at: [Accessed 25 June 2016]. González-González, E. and Nogués, S., 2016. Regional polycentricity: an indicator framework for assessing cohesion impacts of railway infrastructures. European Planning Studies , 24(5): 950–973. Jackson, J. K., 2013. U.S. Direct Investment Abroad: Trends and Current Issues. Congressional Research Service , [pdf] 11