Transnational subjectivities : the practice of relatedness among British Pakistanis

@inproceedings{Iqbal2006TransnationalS,
  title={Transnational subjectivities : the practice of relatedness among British Pakistanis},
  author={Nazalie Iqbal},
  year={2006}
}
This thesis explores the meaning and experience of local and transnational kin connections for Pakistani Muslims living in Teesside, United Kingdom. The thesis contributes to knowledge about 'the practice of kinship' in a transnational context. The attempt to combine an investigation of transnationalism with a study of how kin relations are conducted in the present day is one of the strengths of the work. The ethnography is based on eighteen months of fieldwork carried out among British… CONTINUE READING

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