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Migration and the Search for a Better Way of Life: A Critical Exploration of Lifestyle Migration
For the past few years, the term ‘lifestyle migration’ has been used to refer to an increasing number of people who take the decision to migrate based on their belief that there is a more fulfillingExpand
Key Concepts in Ethnography
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The British on the Costa del Sol: transnational identities and local communities.
Acknowledgements: Map - The Spanish Mainland: Map - Malaga Province 1. Introduction: The Brits in Spain 2. Setting the Scene 3. Migration 4. A Way of Life 5. Ethnicity and Identity 6. TheExpand
Lifestyle Migration:Escaping to the Good Life?
This is a chapter from a book and it is available here with permission from the publishers, © 2009 Ashgate.
Intra-European Migration and the Mobility—Enclosure Dialectic
European migrants to Spain's coastal areas could be described as the archetypal elite transmigrant. Embodying Papastergiadis' spectre of placeless capital and the homeless subject, `residentialExpand
The ESRC review of government social classifications.
In this article we first discuss the background to the ESRC Review of Government Social Classifications and the recommendations of the Review Committee's initial report to the Office for NationalExpand
Lifestyle Migration: Expectations, Aspirations and Experiences
Relatively affluent individuals from various corners of the globe are increasingly choosing to migrate, spurred on by the promise of a better and more fulfilling way of life within their destination.Expand
A Bourdieusian Analysis of Class and Migration
This article explores the phenomenon of lifestyle migration from Britain to Spain to interrogate, empirically, the continued relevance of class in the era of individualizing modernity (Beck, 1994).Expand