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Rethinking transnationalism : the meso-link of organisations
1 Transnational Societal Spaces: Which Units of Analysis, Reference, and Measurement? 2 Constructing Transnational Studies 3 Beyond Methodological Ethnicity and Towards City Scale 4 Transstate SpacesExpand
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New transnational social spaces : international migration and transnational companies in the early twenty-first century
  • L. Pries
  • Political Science
  • 1 February 2013
Part I. Introduction 1. The approach of transnational social spaces: responding to new configurations of the social and the spatial Part II. International Migration and Transnational Social Spaces 2.Expand
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Transnationale Soziale Räume
Zusammenfassung In den letzten Jahrzehnten ist ein qualitativer Wandel in der Natur von internationalen Migrationsprozessen zu registrieren, und im Zusammenhang der allgemeinenExpand
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Neue Migration im transnationalen Raum
At the end of the century transnational migration takes part (as well as Globally Operating Companies, mass tourism, the Internet, etc.) in the emergence of new transnational social spaces with itsExpand
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The Disruption of Social and Geographic Space
In the last decade of the 20th century globalization as a key concept in social sciences and political debate indicated a general shift in the (perception of the) relation between the social and theExpand
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Migration and transnational social spaces
New migration in transnational spaces, Ludger Pries developing transnational social spaces - the Turkish-German examples, Thomas Faist from immigrant to transmigrant - theorizing transnationalExpand
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Determining the causes and durability of transnational labour migration between Mexico and the United States: some empirical findings.
While the field of transnational migration studies is expanding, one important challenge is to broaden research from a mainly qualitative approach proving the existence of transnational migrationExpand
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Ambiguities of global and transnational collective identities
As traditional categories of collective identity are in decline and brought into question, the process of defining shared perceptions of ‘us’ and ‘them’ by new markers and new mechanisms seems moreExpand
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