Integrati... dove? Egiziani e peruviani a Milano tra appartenenza locale e identità etnica

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Abstract

Sociologists of migration are paying increasing attention to the transnational aspects of migratory phenomena. In particular, the term ‘transnationalism’ refers mainly to the tight-knit network of exchanges and two-way connections that migrants create between their countries of origin and of destination. It also refers to the fact that often – but not always – these same migrants commit to, and simultaneously participate in, the social lives of their places of origin and of residence. This article analyzes how the first and second generation Egyptians and Peruvians, living in Milan, interact with the society in which they live and with the society they come from. Relations in which the role of communication and information media is almost always crucial
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Integrated ... where? Egyptians and Peruvians in Milan between local belonging and ethnic identity
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)39-73
Numero di pagine35
RivistaIKON
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2009

Keywords

  • Egiziani
  • Identità
  • Peruviani

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