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Decimo, Francesca

Boundaries within: Nation, Kinship and Identity among Migrants and Minorities

Decimo, Francesca - Boundaries within: Nation, Kinship and Identity among Migrants and Minorities, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Nation, Migration and Kinship through Identity Categorization
Francesca Decimo, Alessandra Gribaldo

2. The Perils of Reification: Identity Categories and Identity Construction in Migration Research
David I. Kertzer

Part II. Building the Nation through Frontiers and Classifications

3. The Uninvited Migrant, the ‘Autochtoon’ and the ‘Allochtoon’ in the Netherlands
Jeroen Doomernik

4. The Politics of Racial Disproportionality of the Child Welfare System in New York
Viola Castellano

5. Childbirth on Europe’s Ultra-Periphery: Maternity Care, French Universalism and Equivocal Identities on the Maroni River, French Guiana
Vanessa Grotti

6. Migrant Incorporation in South Tyrol and Essentialized Local Identities
Dorothy L. Zinn

Part III. Weaving Kinship and Shaping Identities in Global Mobility

7. Rethinking Kinship, Mobility and Citizenship across the Ethiopian-Eritrean Boundaries
Aurora Massa

8. Male Adulthood and ‘Self’-Legalizing Practices among Young Moroccan Migrants in Turin, Italy
Alice Rossi

9. Structural Restrictions and Personal Desires: Arranged Marriages between Punjab and Italy
Barbara Bertolani

10. When Politics Meet Marriage: Changes in Marriage Practices among Migrated Yi Cadres in Liangshan, China
Zhitian Guo

Part IV. Conclusions

11. Key Remarks and Research Notes on National Boundaries, Kinship and Migration
Francesca Decimo, Alessandra Gribaldo

Keywords: Social Sciences, Migration, Ethnicity Studies, Political Science

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
IMISCOE Research Series
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319533315
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-53329-2

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