Transnationalism in Question 1

  title={Transnationalism in Question 1},
  author={Roger Waldinger and David Fitzgerald},
This article seeks to critically engage the new literature on immigrant transnationalism. Connectivity between source and destination points is an inherent aspect of migrations, but migration networks generate a multiplicity of “imagined communities,” organized along different, often conflicting principles. Consequently, what immigration scholars describe as transnationalism is usually its opposite: highly particularistic attachments antithetical to those by-products of globalization denoted by… CONTINUE READING

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