Patrick Sakdapolrak
Patrick Sakdapolrak
University of Vienna, Department of Geography and Regional Research
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What is social resilience? Lessons learned and ways forward
M Keck, P Sakdapolrak
Erdkunde, 5-19, 2013
Translocality: Concepts, applications and emerging research perspectives
C Greiner, P Sakdapolrak
Geography Compass 7 (5), 373-384, 2013
Rural–urban migration, agrarian change, and the environment in Kenya: a critical review of the literature
C Greiner, P Sakdapolrak
Population and Environment 34 (4), 524-553, 2013
Entitlements to health care: Why is there a preference for private facilities among poorer residents of Chennai, India?
CR Ergler, P Sakdapolrak, HG Bohle, RA Kearns
Social Science & Medicine 72 (3), 327-337, 2011
Social networks and the resilience of rural communities in the Global South: a critical review and conceptual reflections
T Rockenbauch, P Sakdapolrak
Ecology and Society 22 (1), 2017
Human mobility in response to rainfall variability: opportunities for migration as a successful adaptation strategy in eight case studies
T Afifi, A Milan, B Etzold, B Schraven, C Rademacher-Schulz, ...
Migration and Development 5 (2), 254-274, 2016
Livelihoods as social practices. Re-energising livelihoods research with Bourdieu’s theory of practice
P Sakdapolrak
Geographica Helvetica 69, 19-28, 2014
Climate migration myths
I Boas, C Farbotko, H Adams, H Sterly, S Bush, K van der Geest, H Wiegel, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (12), 901-903, 2019
Migration in a changing climate. Towards a translocal social resilience approach
P Sakdapolrak, S Naruchaikusol, K Ober, S Peth, L Porst, T Rockenbauch, ...
DIE ERDE–Journal of the Geographical Society of Berlin 147 (2), 81-94, 2016
Climate change, vulnerability and human mobility: Perspective of refugees from East and Horn of Africa
T Afifi, R Govil, P Sakdapolrak, K Warner
UNU-EHS, 2012
Doing institutions. New trends in institutional theory and their relevance for development geography more
B Etzold, S Jülich, M Keck, P Sakdapolrak, T Schmitt, A Zimmer
Erdkunde 66 (3), 185-195, 2012
Why successful in situ adaptation with environmental stress does not prevent people from migrating? Empirical evidence from Northern Thailand
P Sakdapolrak, P Promburom, A Reif
Climate and Development 6 (1), 38-45, 2014
Orte und Räume der Health Vulnerability: Bourdieus Theorie der Praxis für die Analyse von Krankheit und Gesundheit in megaurbanen Slums von Chennai, Südindien
P Sakdapolrak
Verlag für Entwicklungspolitik, 2010
Problematising loss and damage
D Wrathall, A Oliver-Smith, A Fekete, E Gencer, M Lepana, P Sakdapolrak
International Journal of Global Warming, accepted for publication, 2014
Migration influenced by environmental change in Africa
M Borderon, P Sakdapolrak, R Muttarak, E Kebede, R Pagogna, E Sporer
Demographic Research 41, 491-544, 2019
Water Related Health Risk, Social Vulnerability and Pierre Bourdieu
P Sakdapolrak
Perspectives on Social Vulnerability, 50-59, 2007
The social practices of governing. Analysing waste water governance in a Delhi slum
A Zimmer, P Sakdapolrak
Environment and Urbanization ASIA 2, 325-341, 2012
Between the village and the global city: The production and decay of translocal spaces of Thai migrant workers in Singapore
SA Peth, H Sterly, P Sakdapolrak
Mobilities 13 (4), 455-472, 2018
Advancing adaptation or producing precarity? The role of rural-urban migration and translocal embeddedness in navigating household resilience in Thailand
L Porst, P Sakdapolrak
Geoforum 97, 35-45, 2018
Burden of direct and indirect costs of illness: Empirical findings from slum settlements in Chennai, South India
P Sakdapolrak, T Seyler, C Ergler
Progress in Development Studies 13 (2), 135-151, 2013
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