Cangia, F. (2013). Performing the Buraku. Narratives on Cultures and Everyday Life in Contemporary Japan. Münster: LIT Verlag.
Chapitres de livres
Cangia, F., Zittoun, T., & Levitan, D. (2019). Work and geographical mobility: the case of the male accompanying spouses. In P. F. Bendassoli (Ed.) Culture, work and psychology: Invitations to dialogue. (pp. 161-184). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.
Levitan, D., Zittoun, T., & Cangia, F. (2018). Relocation services for families in geographical itinerancy: beyond the “cultural problem”. In S. Schliewe, N. Chaudhary, & G. Marsico (Eds.) Cultural Psychology of Intervention in the Globalized World. (pp. 197-219). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Articles de périodiques
Cangia, F. (2019). “Switzerland Doesn’t Want Me” - Work, Precarity and Emotions for Mobile Professionals’ Partners. Migration Letters, 16(2), 207-2017.
Zittoun, T., Levitan, D., & Cangia, F. (2018). A sociocultural approach to mobile families: A case study. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 24(4), 424-432.
Cangia, F. (2018). Precarity, Imagination, and the Mobile Life of the ‘Trailing Spouse’. Ethos, 46(1), 8-26.
Cangia, F., Levitan, D., & Zittoun, T. (2018). Family, Boundaries and Transformation. The International Mobility of Professionals and Their Families. Migration Letters, 15(1), 17-31.
Cangia, F., & Zittoun, T. (2018). Editorial: When Expatriation is a Matter of Family. Opportunities, Barriers and Intimacies in International Mobility. Migration Letters, 15(1), 1-16.
Cangia, F. (2017). (Im)Mobility and the Emotional Life of the Expat Spouses. Emotion, Space and Society, 25, 22-28.
Cangia, F. (2014). The Hindu Rights Action Force and the Definition of the “Indian Community” in Malaysia. Sociological Research Online, 19(4), 10-20.
Cangia, F. (2014). Written Emotional Disclosure and Boundary Making. Minority Children Writing about Discrimination. Multicultural Education Review, 6(2), 25-52.
Cangia, F., & Pagani, C. (2014). National Borders and Emotions in Italian Youths' Views on Immigration. Etnofoor, 26(1 Borders), 107-124.
Cangia, F., & Pagani, C. (2014). Youths, Cultural Diversity, and Complex Thinking. The Open Psychology Journal, 7, 20-28.
Cangia, F. (2013). From Heterotopias to Cultural Landscapes. On Reconstructing Buraku Leather Towns into “Japanese National Spaces”. Urbanities, 3(1), 44-62.
Cangia, F. (2013). Images of Edo. Reinterpreting “Japanese History” and the “Buraku” Through Minority Narratives. Contemporary Japan, 25(1), 17-40.
Cangia, F. (2012). “Children of Kinegawa” and the Transformation of the “Buraku Identity” in Japan. Childhood, 19(3), 360-374.
Cangia, F. (2009). Performing the Buraku Culture. Taiko Drums From Factory to Stage. Phoenix in Domo Foscari, The Online Journal of Oriental Studies, 2, 73-94.
Cangia, F. (2008). Buddhismo Giapponese e Diritti Umani. Il Fondamento Religioso del Burakumondai. La Critica Sociologica, 167, 43-55.
Cangia, F. (2018). Book Review: Julia L. Cassaniti & Usha Menon (Eds). Universalism Without Uniformity. American Ethnologist, 45(4), 569-571.
Actes de congrès
Cangia, F., & Pagani, C. (2013, 25 June). Youths’ Racism and Levels of Complex Thinking. Paper presented at XXXVI Coloquios Internacionales sobre Cerebro y Agresión ( CICA ), Heviz Hungary.
Cangia, F. (2013, 19 September). Minority Children’s Narratives and the Transformation of Social Categorization. Paper presented at The International Association for Intercultural Education, Zagreb.
Working papers
Cangia, F. (2010). Towards a Mutual Anthropology of Identity in Japan and the West.
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