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Migration, modern nationalism and nostalgia for the homeland in the age of globalization
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[editors: Zhivko Ivanov, Milena Katsarska]|
|LC Classifications||CB358 .M54 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||255 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||2011408221|
Nomadism is a specific way of life practiced in the dry belt of the Old World (Figure 1), a socioecological mode of culture (sozioökologische Kulturweise) (Scholz, ), whose internal processes, governing factors, and external appearance essentially obey the elementary ‘law’ of safeguarding the Old World dry belt, nomadism was able to reappear in new and original forms. The Newfoundland Diaspora: Mapping the Literature of Out-Migration Paperback – March 1, diasporic authenticity, nationalism, race, and ethnicity. This is a significant meditation on the shifting nature of regionalism and national identity in the age of globalization, an era of increasing migration, mobility, and deracination. 3/5(1).
This innovative and timely book helps readers to understand diasporic cultures and their impact on the globalized world. globalization and immigration, homeland nationalism facebook iranian border muslim immigrant participants minority His new book, on video and film in a new age of enlightenment, will appear in from Seven Stories Press. Rebekah Klein-Pej šová is Jewish Studies Assistant Professor of History at Purdue University specializing in transnational approaches to questions of state/society relations in east central European and Modern Jewish History.
In his book, The Expanding Circle: Ethics, Evolution, and Moral Progress, Peter Singer argues that our sense of moral responsibility has steadily grown to encompass larger and larger groups of people over the millennia: “The circle of altruism has broadened from the family and tribe to the nation and race, and we are beginning to recognize that our obligations extend to all human beings.”. Over the past several decades, nations such as Japan, China, India, and South Korea have implemented legal structures that facilitate the migration of foreign citizens deemed to possess enduring ties to national kinship. 8 This Asian trend shows that nationalism today is more about selective reordering of mobile subjects into tiers of.
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Globalization, migration and transnational studies. What emerges from the compilation are multiple subjective but analytical explorations that re present the understandings of the authors on the Author: Edward Shizha.
Migration, Modern Nationalism and Nostalgia for Homeland in the Age of Globalization. (Ed. Zhivko Ivanov). Proceedings and materials, Plovdiv University Press,pages.
Britons in the Bulgarian Countryside. Social and cultural aspects of adaptation and intercommunication. This book will be of much interest to students of migration and diaspora communities, peace and conflict studies, security studies and ethnic conflict.
Discover the world's research 17+ million. Yet we know relatively little about the social processes and mechanisms involved in cultural globalization. This book offers an empirically rich and theoretically compelling analysis of how cultural globalization occurs, including the structural conditions, personal meanings and social interactions associated with various outcomes.
A diaspora (/ d aɪ ˈ æ s p ə r ə /) is a scattered population whose origin lies in a separate geographic locale.
Historically, the word diaspora was used to refer to the involuntary mass dispersion of a population from its indigenous territories, in particular the dispersion of Jews. This has since changed, and today there is no set definition of the term because its modern meaning has.
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Some time ago, the nation-state was generally regarded as moribund, overtaken by globalization, Europeanization or some other form of transnationalism.
Galicia, a national minority and autonomous community of northern Spain, is often defined by its long history of emigration. While not the most common destination of Galician migrants, those that emigrated from the municipalities of Sada and Bergondo in Coruña had uncharacteristically large rates of migration to the United States.
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