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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Diasporas have become a visible phenomenon of the modern world. In airports, shopping centers, city parks are found recent immigrants from many different countries. The impact of these ""worlds on the move"" on globalization, migration, and identity negotiations is the subject matter of this book written by a distinguished group of scholars from around the world.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- Contributors (p. vii)
- Preface (p. xi)
- Introduction (p. xiii)
- Part 1 Global System, Migration, and Cultural Security
- 1. Cultural Security and Global Governance: International Migration and Negotiations of Identity (p. 3)
- 2. Emergent Spaces, New Places, and Old Faces: Proliferating Identities in a Globalizing World (p. 23)
- 3. Globalization, Transnationalization, and Migration: Ideologies and Realities of Global Transformation (p. 63)
- Part 2 Migration and Negotiations of Identity: Local and Transnational Strategies
- 4. Cosmopolitans are Cosmopolitans: On the Relevance of Local Identification in Globalizing Society (p. 91)
- 5. "Dwelling in Displacement": On Diasporization and the Production of National Subjects (p. 103)
- 6. Migration, Identity Negotiation, and Self-Experience (p. 117)
- 7. It Is Not Where You Are From, It Is Where You Are At: Place-Based Alternatives to Diaspora Discourses (p. 141)
- 8. Cosmopolitan Options (p. 167)
- 9. Parting from Phantoms: What Is at Issue in the Development of Transnational Television from Turkey (p. 179)
- Part 3 Citizenship and Belonging: Political and Legal Regimes
- 10. Migration, Belonging, and the Shrinking Inclusive Capacity of the Nation-State (p. 209)
- 11. Beyond Sovereignty: De-Facto Transnationalism in Immigration Policy (p. 229)
- 12. Conflict and Transformation: New Forms of Nation-State Building in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan (p. 251)
- 13. "Citizenship Light": Transnational Ties, Multiple Rules of Membership, and the "Pink Card" (p. 273)
- 14. Transnational Third Worlds (p. 293)
- 15. Mediating World Order: The Human Quest for Cultural Identity versus the Discipline of Global Capital (p. 319)
- References (p. 333)
- Index (p. 365)
Author notes provided by Syndetics
Majid Tehranian is Professor of International Communications at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Founding Director of the Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research.
Jonathan Friedman is directuer d'etudes at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris and Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Lund.
Shalini Randeria teaches Social Anthropolgy at the University of Berlin.