I differenti percorsi dei migranti musulmani: uomini e donne, prime e seconde generazioni verso possibili forme di meticciato

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] The different paths of Muslim migrants: men and women, first and second generations towards possible forms of mestizo

Donatella Bramanti, Stefania Giada Meda

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The chapter focuses on the theme of hybridization. Two emerging profiles: young people with a good level of cultural, political and social integration and a group of mature subjects, with a lot of life experience, strong adherence to Islam and willingness to dialogue and to meet. Compared to hybridisation, adherence to Islam does not seem to be neither a hindering nor a facilitating factor: in fact, both those who appear to be more distant from a strong identification with religious values and those who are on the contrary fully loyal are "mixed up". In the middle generation, instead, an instrumental migration prevails, linked to job opportunities: this allows a good level of personal well-being, but does not open to great forms of dialogue and exchange. Research has also in some way shown us the way to think and plan interventions of support for hybridisation: the presence of brindging social capital appears in fact as an important resource, since the profile of those who are engaged in actually associated and spend themselves in actions of solidaristic type also identifies dialoguing subjects for whom a hybridization (hybridization) has already occurred to some extent
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] The different paths of Muslim migrants: men and women, first and second generations towards possible forms of mestizo
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLa sfida del meticciato nella migrazione musulmana. Una ricerca sul territorio milanese
EditorsC. Regalia, C. Giuliani, S.G. Meda
Pages94-118
Number of pages25
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • Hybridization
  • Meticciato
  • Migranti musulmani
  • Migration

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