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PERSPECTIVAS INTERNACIONALES SOBRE MIGRACIÓN: CONCEPTUALIZAR

@inproceedings{Levit2004PERSPECTIVASIS,
  title={PERSPECTIVAS INTERNACIONALES SOBRE MIGRACI{\'O}N: CONCEPTUALIZAR},
  author={P. Levit and Nina Glick Schiller},
  year={2004}
}
In this paper, we explore the social theory and consequent methodology that underpins studies of transnational migration. We propose a social field approach to the study of migration, and distinguish between ways of being and ways of belonging in that field. We argue that assimilation and enduring transnational ties are neither incompatible nor binary opposites. We highlight social processes and institutions that are routinely ob scured by traditional migration scholarship but become opened up… Expand
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