Institutions and identity politics in the Armenian diaspora: the cases of Russia and Lebanon

@article{TerMatevosyan2017InstitutionsAI,
  title={Institutions and identity politics in the Armenian diaspora: the cases of Russia and Lebanon},
  author={Vahram Ter-Matevosyan and Hamazasp Danielyan and Serge-Varak Sisserian and Nina Kankanyan and Nayiri Shorjian},
  journal={Diaspora Studies},
  year={2017},
  volume={10},
  pages={64 - 80}
}
ABSTRACT The article examines and compares the institutional structures of Armenian diasporas of Russia and Lebanon with the intention of identifying factors that could explain the diverging outcomes in institution building and identity preservation in these communities. The study also aims to contribute to the current understanding of how different diasporic communities of the same diaspora can have discrepancies in terms of their characteristics, institutional structures and policy outcomes… Expand
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