Baldassar, Loretta

Chinese Migration to Europe

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1. Chinese Migration to the New Europe: The Case of Prato

1. Chinese Migration to the New Europe: The Case of Prato
Loretta Baldassar, Graeme Johanson, Narelle McAuliffe, Massimo Bressan

Part I. Chinese in Europe: Historical and Contemporary Disjunctures and Continuities

2. The Chinese in Prato and the Current Outlook on the Chinese-Italian Experience
Gabi Dei Ottati, Daniele Brigadoi Cologna

3. Migrants of Chinese Origin in France: Economic and Social Integration
Emmanuel Ma Mung

4. The British Chinese: A Typical Trajectory of ‘Integration’?
Miri Song

Part II. Chinese in Prato: Integration and Inclusion

5. The ‘Chinese Deviant’: Building the Perfect Enemy in a Local Arena
Fabio Bracci

6. Second-Generation Chinese and New Processes of Social Integration in Italy
Anna Marsden

7. Spaces Speak Louder than Words: Contesting Social Inclusion through Conflicting Rhetoric about Prato’s Chinatown
Roberta Raffaetà, Loretta Baldassar

8. Media and Discourses of Chinese Integration in Prato, Italy: Some Preliminary Thoughts
Kevin Latham

9. The Integration Process and Social Mobility: Examining Chinese Immigration in the Industrial District of Prato
Fabio Berti, Andrea Valzania

Part III. Chinese in Prato: Local, National and Transnational Networks

10. Ties that Bond: Mobile Phones and the Chinese in Prato
Graeme Johanson, Anja Michaela Fladrich

11. Adherence to Asian Values amongst Wenzhouese in Wenzhou and First-Generation Wenzhouese Migrants in Prato
Laura Pretto

12. Religion and the Lives of the Overseas Chinese: What Explains the ‘Great Silence’ of Prato?
Marika Vicziany, Anja Michaela Fladrich, A. Andrea Castro

13. Debunking the Chinese Threat: Findings from Prato
Xander Ong, Susan Freeman, Brian K. Cooper

Part IV. Chinese in Italy: Socio-Economic and Cultural Belonging

14. Bilingualism among Children of Chinese Origin in Italy
Maria Omodeo

15. Becoming Laoban [Boss]: Questioning the Peculiarity of Professional Trajectories and Strategies of Chinese Migrant Entrepreneurs
Melissa Blanchard, Eleonora Castagnone

16. Chinese Micro-Entrepreneurship in Italy: A Place-Based Explanatory Analysis
Silvia Lombardi, Franco Lorenzini, Flavio Verrecchia, Fabio Sforzi

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, European Culture, Ethnicity Studies, Migration, Asian Culture, Sociology, general, Urban Studies/Sociology

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