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FROM IMMIGRANT TO TRANSMIGRANT : THEORIZING TRANSNATIONAL MIGRATION

NINA SHILLER

FROM IMMIGRANT TO TRANSMIGRANT : THEORIZING TRANSNATIONAL MIGRATION

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ANTHROPOLOGICAL QUARTERLY, v.68 #1 : 48-63

ContributionsBASCH, LINDA, BLANC, CRISTINA
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Diasporic Masculinities. (forthcoming), ‘Iranian born men's navigations of race, masculinities and the politics of difference’ in Rethinking transnational men: Beyond, between and within nations, eds. J Hearn, M Blagojevic and K Harrison. L & Blanc-Szanton, C , ‘From immigrant to transmigrant: theorizing transnational Author: Fataneh Farahani. “From Immigrant to Transmigrant: Theorizing Transnational Migration. Anthropological Quarterly 68 (1): 48– Glick-Schiller, Nina, and Georges Fouron. Schiller, Nina Glick, Linda Basch, and Cristina Szanton Blanc, ‘From Immigrant to Transmigrant: Theorizing Transnational Migration,’ Anthropological Quarterly 1 () 13 Ludger Pries, New Transnational Social Spaces: International Migration and Transnational Companies.


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Further Reading. Kivisto, Peter. Theorizing Transnational Migration: A Critical Review of Current Efforts. Ethnic and Racial Studies 24(4): Robinson, William I.

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What are synonyms for transmigrant. Immigration scholars have argued that there might be gendered patterns of transnational operations, particularly those associated with economic activities.

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From Immigrant to Transmigrant: Theorizing Transnational Migration, Anthropological Quarterly,V68(N1); (available via UCLA library) Portes, Alejandro, Luis E. Guarnizo, and Patricia Landolt. "The Study of Transnationalism: Pitfalls and Promise of an Emergent Research Field." Ethnic and Racial Studies 22(2) (available File Size: 50KB.

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Transnational migration experience forms a separate dimension within the participants’ identity, independent from social capital. The data are discussed in relation to findings from previous studies about Slovak migrants in the Republic of by: 8.

In the late s over one million Brazilians left Brazil without returning. Today, over million Brazilians live abroad, and approximately million Brazilians reside in the United States.

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