Corpus ID: 210893435

Moreh, Chris (2014) Prestige and Status in the Migration Process: The Case of Social Differentiation in a Romanian ‘Community’ in Spain. Journal of Ethnic and Migration

@inproceedings{Moreh2019MorehC,
  title={Moreh, Chris (2014) Prestige and Status in the Migration Process: The Case of Social Differentiation in a Romanian ‘Community’ in Spain. Journal of Ethnic and Migration},
  author={Chris Moreh},
  year={2019}
}
This paper explores status relations in a Romanian migrant ‘community’ in Spain, developing a model of social differentiation within the ‘community’ based on ethnographic material. On a theoretical level, the paper builds on the distinction between ‘class’ and ‘status’, emphasizing the latter’s significance for migration research. Empirically, it aims to complement the study of status in the localities of origin, with a focus on status in the ‘communities’ at the destination. The paper suggests… Expand

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