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Settlement, Transnational Communities and Citizenship

Abstract : The settlement of immigrants has given rise to transnational communities based on economic interests, cultural exchanges, social relations, and political affiliations. There are increased interactions between individuals and groups settled in different countries within a global space; the cultural and political specificities of host and home countries are combined with multilevel and multinational activities, creating an institutionalisation of multiple belonging.
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Riva Kastoryano. Settlement, Transnational Communities and Citizenship. 2002. ⟨hal-01065018⟩

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