越境するコミュニティ:新移民とトランスナショナル文化<br>Communities Across Borders : New Immigrants and Transnational Cultures (Transnationalism. Routledge Research in Transnationalism, 5)

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越境するコミュニティ:新移民とトランスナショナル文化
Communities Across Borders : New Immigrants and Transnational Cultures (Transnationalism. Routledge Research in Transnationalism, 5)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 207 p.
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基本説明

Examines the many ways in which national, ethnic or religious groups, professions, businesses and cultures are becoming increasingly tangled together.

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Communities across Borders examines the many ways in which national, ethnic or religious groups, professions, businesses and cultures are becoming increasingly tangled together. It show how this entanglement is the result of the vast flows of people, meanings, goods and money that now migrate between countries and world regions. Now the effectiveness and significance of electronic technologies for interpersonal communication (including cyber-communities and the interconnectedness of the global world economy) simultaneously empowers even the poorest people to forge effective cultures stretching national borders, and compels many to do so to escape injustice and deprivation.

Table of Contents

        List of contributors                       xi
Acknowledgement xv
Abbreviations xv
Preface xvi
Transnationalism in a global age 1 (26)
Paul Kennedy
Victor Roudometof
Transnationalism, globalisation and diaspora 2 (4)
Community in an age of globalisation 6 (2)
Rethinking culture, locality and community 8 (5)
Communities across borders: people and 13 (7)
cultures
Toward a tentative typology of globalised 20 (3)
communities
Conclusion 23 (4)
PART I New immigrants 27 (74)
Migrant communities and class: Croatians in 29 (12)
Western Australia
Val Colic-Peisker
Migrant communities and identities of the 29 (2)
two cohorts
The 1960s wave: communities of place and 31 (2)
local-ethnic identity focus
The 1980s wave: deterritorialised 33 (3)
communities and professional identity focus
The issue of diaspora 36 (3)
Conclusion 39 (2)
Greek Americans and transnationalism: 41 (14)
religion, class and community
Victor Roundometof
Anna Karpathakis
Post-1965 Greek Americans as a 42 (3)
transnational national community
Constructing boundaries of identity: 45 (4)
religious and secular markers
Identities in conflict: post-1965 compared 49 (3)
with pre-1965 immigrants
Conclusion 52 (3)
Emergent diaspora or immigrant communities? 55 (13)
Turkish immigrants in the Netherlands
Hans van Amersfoort
Jeroen Doomernik
Migration and ethnicity 56 (1)
Immigrant communities 56 (2)
Diasporas and transnational communities 58 (2)
The migration from Turkey to the Netherlands 60 (1)
The institutionalisation of Turkish Islam 61 (3)
Migration and marriages 64 (2)
Conclusion 66 (2)
Boundaries of diaspora identity: the case of 68 (15)
Central and East African-Asians in Canada
Kim C. Matthews
Background and methodology 68 (2)
Situatedness and the role of the other 70 (1)
Deconstructing space and place 71 (1)
A diaspora 72 (1)
Cultural sites and identity 73 (1)
Imagined communities 74 (2)
Negotiating identity 76 (3)
Home reconceptualized 79 (2)
Conclusion 81 (2)
Transnational expansion of `class struggle' 83 (18)
and the mediation of sport in diaspora: the
World Cup and Iranian exiles
Manuchehr Sanadjian
A bourgeois transnational link 83 (3)
A plebeian transgression 86 (2)
Game and new local-global agency 88 (2)
Proprietor versus citizen 90 (3)
Class versus nation in diaspora 93 (2)
Game and the universalisation of politics 95 (2)
Conclusion 97 (4)
PART II Transnational cultures 101(81)
Bringing it all (back) home: 103(13)
Italian-Canadians' remaking of Canadian
history
Anne-Marie Fortier
From John to Giovanni I: claims of 104(3)
indigenousness
From John to Giovanni II: distant memories, 107(4)
moving cultures
Revisiting the space(s) of diaspora 111(5)
Cieszyn Silesia: a transnational community 116(13)
under reconstruction
Marian Kempny
Introduction 116(1)
The globalization-localization interplay 117(2)
The identity of Cieszyn Silesians 119(3)
The production of transnational locality 122(4)
Conclusion: a transnational community in 126(3)
reverse
Global industries and local agents: becoming 129(14)
a world-class manager in the Mexico-USA
border region
Oscar Contreras
Martin Kenney
Introduction 129(1)
Managers and engineers in the maquiladoras 130(1)
Data collection and interviewee profile 131(1)
Industrial maturation and professional 131(6)
upgrading
Starting new companies 137(3)
Conclusion 140(3)
Punk and globalization: Mexico City and 143(13)
Toronto
Alan O'Connor
El Tianguis del Chopo and Who's Emma 144(2)
La tocada/the show 146(3)
Two recordings: Massacre and Shotmaker 149(3)
Global networks: Los Crudos on tour 152(1)
Punk in the 1990s: local scenes and global 153(3)
networks
Navigations: visual identities and the 156(13)
Pacific cultural subject
Elizabeth Grierson
New alignments 157(3)
Navigations 160(1)
The Politics of signification 161(2)
Reclaiming the space: the symposium 163(4)
Destination 167(2)
Home away from home? Transnationalism and the 169(13)
Canadian citizenship regime
Lloyd L. Wong
Introduction 169(1)
Transnationalism and deterritorialization 170(2)
Transnationalism in Canada: financial 172(2)
transfers and ethnic media
Changing conceptions of citizenship 174(1)
The European case: a post-national 175(1)
citizenship?
Canadian citizenship regime: towards 176(2)
reterritorialization and reaffirmation of
loyalty to the nation-state
Reterritorialization 178(2)
Reaffirmation of loyalty to the nation-stale 180(1)
Conclusion 181(1)
Bibliography 182(18)
Index 200