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Increasing interconnections between nation-states across borders have rendered the transnational a key tool for understanding our world. It has made particularly strong contributions to immigration studies and holds great promise for deepening insights into international migration. This is the first book to provide an accessible yet rigorous overview of transnational migration, as experienced by family and kinship groups, networks of entrepreneurs, diasporas and immigrant associations. As well as defining the core concept, it explores the implications of transnational migration for immigrant…mehr

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Increasing interconnections between nation-states across borders have rendered the transnational a key tool for understanding our world. It has made particularly strong contributions to immigration studies and holds great promise for deepening insights into international migration. This is the first book to provide an accessible yet rigorous overview of transnational migration, as experienced by family and kinship groups, networks of entrepreneurs, diasporas and immigrant associations. As well as defining the core concept, it explores the implications of transnational migration for immigrant integration and its relationship to assimilation. By examining its political, economic, social, and cultural dimensions, the authors capture the distinctive features of the new immigrant communities that have reshaped the ethno-cultural mix of receiving nations, including the US and Western Europe. Importantly, the book also examines the effects of transnationality on sending communities, viewing migrants as agents of political and economic development. This systematic and critical overview of transnational migration perfectly balances theoretical discussion with relevant examples and cases, making it an ideal book for upper-level students covering immigration and transnational relations on sociology, political science, and globalization courses.
  • Produktdetails
  • Immigration and Society
  • Verlag: Polity Press / Wiley, John, & Sons, Inc
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 1A745649780
  • Seitenzahl: 210
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. Februar 2013
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 208mm x 146mm x 22mm
  • Gewicht: 310g
  • ISBN-13: 9780745649788
  • ISBN-10: 0745649785
  • Artikelnr.: 36672580
Autorenporträt
Thomas Faist is professor of transnational, development and migration studies at the Bielefeld University, Germany. Margit Fauser is a researcher in the department of sociology at Bielefeld University, Germany. Eveline Reisenauer is a researcher in the department of sociology at Bielefeld University, Germany.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface and Acknowledgements viii 1 Three Transnationals: Transnationalization, Transnational Social Spaces and Transnationality 1 Cross
border migration and the need for a transnational perspective 5 Unpacking the transnational 7 Aim and structure of the book 17 2 Transnationality and Social Practices 27 Familial transnational practices 28 Socio
cultural transnational practices 32 Economic transnational practices 35 Political transnational practices 39 The significance of transnational practices 43 3 Conceptualizing Transnationalization and Transnational Social Spaces 46 Transnationalization in historical perspective 47 The concept of transnational social spaces 53 The durability of transnationalization 61 4 Transnationalization and Development 66 Three phases of the debate 68 Remittances and their role for family and kin 70 Transnational investment and business 74 Hometown associations and their contributions to community development 75 Transnational circulation of knowledge 80 Social remittances and their effects 84 5 Transnationality and the Models of Migrant Integration 88 Transnationalism as a model of integration 91 The relationship between transnationality and integration 95 Second
generation transnationality 102 Migrant associations as a means of integration and transnationalization 106 6 States and Citizens
Transnational Political Practices and Institutions 109 Citizenship: a conceptual sketch 111 The policies of citizenship: the case of dual citizenship 114 The politics of citizenship: citizens, diasporas and states 121 Transnational citizenship? 133 7 Transnational Methodology 135 Three methodological challenges for transnational analysis 136 Methods to address the three challenges 145 Capturing simultaneity 157 8 Transnationalizing Civil Society 159 Civil society and transnational social spaces 161 The relevance of development, social integration and citizenship for civil society 164 Civil society and the state 168 Civil society and the market 171 Civil society and the family 172 The role and function of migrant transnational social spaces for civil society 175 The signifi cance of a transnational approach for the social sciences 179 Notes 183 References 185 Index 203