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Diasporas, cultures and identities

Author: Martin Bulmer; John Solomos
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2012.
Series: Ethnic and racial studies (Series)
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Bulmer; John Solomos
ISBN: 9780415686358 0415686350
OCLC Number: 784551927
Description: ix, 196 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction / Martin Bulmer, John Solomos --
2. The diaspora project of Arab Americans: assessing the magnitude and determinants of politicized ethnic identity / Kenneth D. Wald --
3. How diasporic ties emerge: Pan-American Nikkei communities and the Japanese state / Ayumi Takenaka --
4. Culture, utility or social systems? Explaining the cross-national ties of emigrants from Borsa, Romania / Christina Boswell, Oana Ciobanu --
5. Are we all transnationals now? Network transnationalism and transnational subjectivity: the differing impacts of globalization on the inhabitants of a small Swiss city / Janine Dahinden --
6. Does the canonical theory of assimilation explain the Roma case? Some evidence from Central and Eastern Europe / Oscar Prieto-Flores --
7. Social capital and voting participation of immigrants and minorities in Canada / Ravi Pendakur --
8. Attitudes towards Polish immigrants to the Republic of Ireland: an integrated threat analysis / Gunnar B. Scheibner,Todd G. Morrison --
9. Caribbean and South Asian identification with British society: the importance of perceived discrimination / Rahsaan Maxwell --
10. Segmented assimilation in the Netherlands? Young migrants and early school leaving /Willibrord de Graf, Kaj van Zenderen.
Series Title: Ethnic and racial studies (Series)
Responsibility: edited by Martin Bulmer and John Solomos.

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