Hometown associations, the rescaling of state spatiality and migrant grassroots transnationalism

@inproceedings{alar2006HometownAT,
  title={Hometown associations, the rescaling of state spatiality and migrant grassroots transnationalism},
  author={Ayşe Çaǧlar},
  year={2006}
}
Migration scholars have noted the recent growth of hometown associations (HTAs) in different parts of the world and have approached the topic within the nexus of migration, the increased flow of remittances and development. However, the question of the differential growth, spread and success of HTAs (even in the same national territory) is not addressed and/or remains under-theorized in migration scholarship. In this article I concentrate on how different genealogies, discourses and policies of… CONTINUE READING

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