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Inhaltsangabe: This introduction highlights key topics significant to contemporary discussions of diaspora and stressing the substantial impact these migratory shifts have on global capital.
From the Back Cover:
International migrants – uprooted from family, friends, and nation-state, and scattered across the globe – form vibrant diasporic communities. Whether through economic migration, political asylum, or corporate mobility, this type of wide scale dispersion of populations brings with it a myriad of important issues.
Diaspora: An Introduction offers a critical overview of this timely phenomenon, with a specific focus on diasporic shifts post-1989 and post-9/11. The text is organized thematically, reaching beyond human migration to explore a variety of issues---globalization, realpolitik and geo-economic shifts in a post-9/11 world, the fractured politics of national boundaries, border crossings, terrorism, and homeland security. The book also examines the geopolitical and legal realignments that influence diasporic communities, global migration patterns, and worldwide debates about citizenship, nationality, and political belonging.
Buchbeschreibung Blackwell Publishing, 2008. Hardcover. Buchzustand: As New. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: As New. NEW - MINT Hard back without Jacket as supplied. Ships from Berlin Bookshop IS. Artikel-Nr. 000293