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Cairns, D., França, T., Malet Calvo, D. & Azevedo, L. (2021). An immobility turn? The Covid-19 pandemic, mobility capital and international students in Portugal. Mobilities. N/A
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D. C. Cairns et al.,  "An immobility turn? The Covid-19 pandemic, mobility capital and international students in Portugal", in Mobilities, vol. N/A, 2021
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@article{cairns2021_1638207638009,
	author = "Cairns, D. and França, T. and Malet Calvo, D. and Azevedo, L.",
	title = "An immobility turn? The Covid-19 pandemic, mobility capital and international students in Portugal",
	journal = "Mobilities",
	year = "2021",
	volume = "N/A",
	number = "",
	doi = "10.1080/17450101.2021.1967094",
	url = "https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rmob20/current"
}
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TY  - JOUR
TI  - An immobility turn? The Covid-19 pandemic, mobility capital and international students in Portugal
T2  - Mobilities
VL  - N/A
AU  - Cairns, D.
AU  - França, T.
AU  - Malet Calvo, D.
AU  - Azevedo, L.
PY  - 2021
SN  - 1745-0101
DO  - 10.1080/17450101.2021.1967094
UR  - https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rmob20/current
AB  - Corporeal travel has been highly problematized during the Covid-19 pandemic, leading to the curtailment of many previously taken-for-granted mobilities. This includes the circulation of international students; individuals undertaking short duration credit mobility exchanges alongside those who have migrated for an entire degree course. The objective of this article is to look at how the pandemic has affected credit and degree mobility students from inside and outside Europe, focusing on the example of Portugal during the lockdown of Spring 2020. Using evidence from qualitative interviews, we illustrate the unfolding impact of the pandemic on the lives and learning habits of these students, showing how the international learning experience changed from being a relatively positive and carefree experience to one characterized by risk and uncertainty. This apparent inversion extends to a potential devaluation of their mobility capital, somewhat undermining the raison d’être of much student mobility. In conclusion, we argue that whether temporary or permanent, during the pandemic we have witnessed a turn towards immobility in tertiary education, and perhaps in the broader field of mobilities, creating an imperative to open up debate on the impact of the limitations that affect student mobilities. 
ER  -