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Bounded mobilities [online] : Ethnographic perspectives on social hierarchies and global inequalities / ed. Miriam Gutekunst, Andreas Hackl, Sabina Leoncini, Julia Sophia Schwarz, Irene Götz

Contributor(s): GUTEKUNST, Miriam | HACKL, Andreas | LEONCINI, Sabina | SCHWARZ, Julia Sophia | GÖTZ, Irene.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Kultur und soziale Praxis.Publisher: Bielefeld : Transcript Verlag, 2016Description: 1 resursă online (296 p.).ISBN: 9783839431238.Subject(s): | DE-Sociologie | | cărți electronice | cărți achiziții | cărți străine | științe sociale | migrație a populației | globalizare | antropologie culturală | inegalitate | identitate culturală | etnografie/etnologie | frontiere, granițe | mobilitateGenre/Form: resursă online Online resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil.
Contents:
Frontmatter Contents Mobility and Immobility: Background of the Project Im/mobilities in Subjects and Systems
I. Introduction Bounded Mobilities: An Introduction Critical Mobility Studies as a Political Middle‑Ground?
II. Identities and Boundaries “So, now I am Eritrean”: Mobility Strategies and Multiple Senses of Belonging between Local Complexity and Global Immobility Stigmatised Mobility and the Everyday Politics of (In)visibility: The Intricate Pathways of Palestinians in Tel Aviv From One Side of the Wall to the Other: The Deconstruction of a Physical and Symbolic Barrier between Israel and the West Bank
III. Imagination and Time (Im)mobility, Urbanism and Belonging: Being Immobile and Dreaming Mobility in Greece On Being Stuck in the Wrong Life: Home-Longing, Movement and the Pain of Existential Immobility Mobility in a Congealed Room? Small-Scale Mobility and National Border Politics: Western European Border Formation in the Nineteenth Century
IV. Gendered Im/mobilities From the “Periphery” to the “Centre”: Cross-Border Marriages between Mainland Chinese Women and Hong Kong Men Dislocating Punjabiyat: Gendered Mobilities among Indian Diasporas in Italy
V. Virtual Im/mobilities “The World Has no Limits, so Why Should You?”: Migration through Marriage in Times of Increasing Digitalization and Securitization of Borders Virtual Im/mobilities: Three Ethnographic Examples of Socialised Media Usage, Civic Empowerment and Coded Publics
VI. Fixations within Mobility and Multilocality The Economic Diaspora: The Triple Helix of Im/mobilisation in the Hype about Migration and Development The Experience of Multilocal Living: Mobile Immobilities or Immobile Mobilities? Conceptual Notes on the Freedom of Movement and Bounded Mobilities List of Authors
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Frontmatter Contents Mobility and Immobility: Background of the Project Im/mobilities in Subjects and Systems

I. Introduction Bounded Mobilities: An Introduction Critical Mobility Studies as a Political Middle‑Ground?

II. Identities and Boundaries “So, now I am Eritrean”: Mobility Strategies and Multiple Senses of Belonging between Local Complexity and Global Immobility Stigmatised Mobility and the Everyday Politics of (In)visibility: The Intricate Pathways of Palestinians in Tel Aviv From One Side of the Wall to the Other: The Deconstruction of a Physical and Symbolic Barrier between Israel and the West Bank

III. Imagination and Time (Im)mobility, Urbanism and Belonging: Being Immobile and Dreaming Mobility in Greece On Being Stuck in the Wrong Life: Home-Longing, Movement and the Pain of Existential Immobility Mobility in a Congealed Room? Small-Scale Mobility and National Border Politics: Western European Border Formation in the Nineteenth Century

IV. Gendered Im/mobilities From the “Periphery” to the “Centre”: Cross-Border Marriages between Mainland Chinese Women and Hong Kong Men Dislocating Punjabiyat: Gendered Mobilities among Indian Diasporas in Italy

V. Virtual Im/mobilities “The World Has no Limits, so Why Should You?”: Migration through Marriage in Times of Increasing Digitalization and Securitization of Borders Virtual Im/mobilities: Three Ethnographic Examples of Socialised Media Usage, Civic Empowerment and Coded Publics

VI. Fixations within Mobility and Multilocality The Economic Diaspora: The Triple Helix of Im/mobilisation in the Hype about Migration and Development The Experience of Multilocal Living: Mobile Immobilities or Immobile Mobilities? Conceptual Notes on the Freedom of Movement and Bounded Mobilities
List of Authors

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