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Phénomène diasporique, transnationalisme, lieux et territoires

Abstract : A diaspora is a community with a particular identity. Its creation is the result of several phases and types of migration and combines several identities, each linked to the home country and to the several receiving countries. It has its own identity, separate from that of any state, and is rooted in cultural identity (religion, language…) and a long history. The hybrid model of the Black American diaspora lacks a strong unifying identity and traditions. Rather, it unites different backgrounds and is the result of their cross-fertilization. During the second half of the 20th century the migration of workers maintaining their family ties in their countries of origin and moving between them and the different countries where they find work has led to the creation of new form of transnational community.
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Michel Bruneau. Phénomène diasporique, transnationalisme, lieux et territoires. Centre de recherches internationales; Marie-Françoise Durand; Christian Lequesne. Ceriscope Frontières, Centre de recherches internationales; Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po, 2011. ⟨hal-03473790⟩



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