Citizenship, Belonging and Intergenerational Relations in African Migration

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C. Attias-Donfut, J. Cook, J. Hoffman, L. Waite
Springer, May 15, 2012 - Social Science - 205 pages
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This book explores migration experiences of African families across two generations in Britain, France and South Africa. Global processes of African migration are investigated, and the lived experiences of African migrants are explored in areas such as citizenship, belonging, intergenerational transmission, work and social mobility.
 

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List of Tables Maps and Figures
Changing Family Relations Citizenshipand Belonging
Comparing Trajectories of African Migration
France Jacques Barou
Intergenerational RelationsCitizenship and Belonging ina Comparative Context
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PETRA AIGNER based at the Leeds Social Science Research Institute (lSSI), University of Leeds, UK, and a lecturer in Sociology at the University of Linz, Austria SABRINA AOUICI Researcher at the Ageing Research Department of the Cnav (National Retirement Fund of Public Social Security), France JACQUES BAROU based at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Grenoble, France RÉMI GAllOU Researcher at the Ageing Research Department of the Cnav (National Retirement Fund of Public Social Security), France ISHMAEL KALULE-SABITI Full Professor of Demography and Population Studies at North-West University (Mafikeng Campus), South Africa and founder of the Demography and Population Studies Programme at NWU NICOLE LAPIERRE Director of research at CNRS, France BERNARD K. MBENGA Associate Professor of History at North-West University, South Africa VERA ROOS Professor of Psychology at the North-West University's Potchefstroom Campus, South Africa MARTINE SEGALEN Professor at the University of Nanterre-Paris X, France

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