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Transnationalism research is dominated by studies of national groups. This paper instead looks at the internal diversity of one national diasporic community. The analysis draws on research with the children of Iranian migrants from Baha'i and Muslim backgrounds in Sydney, London and Vancouver....
This study examines the ethnic identities of 50 second-generation migrant-Australian women aged 17-28 years. Twenty-five women were from Turkish backgrounds and 25 women were from South and Central American (or 'Latin') backgrounds. The overwhelming majority of the women interviewed for this...
At a time of increasing national security, this article explores the ways in which migrant communities from Asia feel a sense of attachment to exclusive and inclusive forms of national citizenship while at the same time maintaining transnational links. Drawing on data from the Australian Survey...
Indian migrants have been arriving in New Zealand for more than a century, although large numbers of migrants are a phenomenon mainly of the last two decades. This paper considers the history of Indian settlement and identities in New Zealand and then outlines the ways in which recent migration...
Race and place: equity issues in urban America JOHN W. FRAZIER, FLORENCE M. MARGAI & EUGENE TETTEY-FIO, 2003 Westview Press, Boulder, CO 15 23 cm, 304 pp. ISBN 0-8133-4041-1 (soft) From urban enclave to ethnic suburb: new Asian communities in PacificRim countries WEI LI (ed.), 2006 University of...
The nature and extent of transnational links, identities and citizenship are embedded within the places where migrants reside. A comparison between Chinese-Australians with Hong Kong heritage in Sydney and in Brisbane demonstrates the effects of place. A data set of 182 respondents was extracted...
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