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In relation to the Turkish-Armenian conflict, one of the most important issues on the agenda today is the question of abandoned Armenian property. Members of the Armenian Diaspora are claiming compensation from Turkey for those properties abandoned and/or confiscated to meet the requirements of the army during the WW1. Armenians argue that they hav...
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Terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers in September 2001 have spawned myriad discourses in various disciplines over the past eighteen years. Framing Muslims as a homogeneous and sinister "Other" of the West, much of the post-9/11 Islamophobic discourse slaps a monolithic group identity upon the Muslims and thereby ignore the diasporic Muslims' hetero...
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Journalism and media, together with content translations, play relevant bridging roles between distinct cultures, historical traditions and communities, besides representing bastions of the freedom of speech in democratic, pluralistic societies. But media also play crucial bonding functions among a diaspora, between its constitutive communities and...
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In the nineteenth-century the phenomenon of the mission church arose along with that of social diaspora. In describing the Melanesian mission as part of the 1999 Selwyn Lectures Allan Davidson refers to a ‘growing nineteenth-century understanding of the role of the missionary bishop within the Anglican Church’ (Davidson 4) wherein the Pacific regio...
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The aim of this research was to study the motives for participation of Greeks of the Diaspora in the Middle East in Greek dancing lessons in their countries of residence. In addition, it was examined whether demographic characteristics such as gender, age, country of birth (Greece or other) and educational level of the participants are factors that...
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The Pole’s Card (pol. Karta Polaka) has evolved over the last fifteen years from an instrument of diaspora policy towards an effective tool of migration policy. Marcin Gońda and Magdalena Lesińska analyse the amendments in the provisions concerning the Pole’s Card and discuss their impact on the migration situation in Poland, presenting the most up...
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This article argues that, since the COVID-19 outbreak, 'digital diasporas' worldwide have become more vulnerable with regard to their digital rights and are now facing unprecedented technopolitical risks. Against this backdrop, this article proposes a novel term-Hyperconnected Diasporas-by suggesting (i) a technopolitical wake-up call for regional...
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This study discusses a matter of cultural identity faced by diaspora individuals in Akhil Sharma's novel Family Life. As a diasporic Indian American, Sharma depicts that cultural identity is problematic, especially for an individual who experiences two or more conflicted cultures from home left behind and the home this individual has moved to. S...
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This study discusses a matter of cultural identity faced by diaspora individuals in Akhil Sharma’s novel Family Life. As a diasporic Indian American, Sharma depicts that cultural identity is problematic, especially for an individual who experiences two or more conflicted cultures from home left behind and the home this individual has moved to. S...
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In this study, the effects of relationships between homeland and the Scientific Turkish Diaspora in Germany on the possibility of reverse brain drain and intellectual reverse brain drain are examined through the data obtained from 466 Turkish and/or Turkish scientists. According to the findings, the relationships of the scientists in the diaspora w...
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The aim of this dissertation is to study the different characteristics of the identity of the people living in Nagorno-Karabakh (also referred to as the Republic of Artsakh). It is assumed that the people of Nagorno-Karabakh identify as ethnic Armenians who have been deprived of their right to self-determination throughout the centuries. Even thoug...
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Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is the region with the highest projected rates of increase in type 2 diabetes (129% by 2045), which will exacerbate the already high prevalence of type 2 diabetes complications and comorbidities in SSA. In addition, SSA is grappling with poverty-related health problems and infectious diseases and is also undergoing the most...
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This study examines how the use of rhotics in Santomean Portuguese is becoming enregistered as a feature that marks Santomeans’ national identity. It is based on ethnographic fieldwork and semistructured interviews with Santomeans living on São Tomé Island and in Portugal. The qualitative analysis of the data reveals the process that leads to the u...
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Resumo: Os Mitos estão presente nas comunidades de tradição afro-brasileira e em diversos outros espaços. São parte tanto das culturas africanas quanto de seus descendentes na diáspora. Por meio da oralidade os Mitos ensinam e educam, integrando diversos conhecimentos ancestrais. Nossa referência principal neste trabalho é a mitologia Iorubá dos Or...
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Racial socialization is a dynamic process for youth of color, especially for Black adolescents. What is less known is how the provision of racial socialization practices and messages may differ for varying ethnic groups of Black adolescents and what sociodemographic factors contribute to this difference. As such, this cross-sectional study investig...
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Background This was the first systematic review and meta-analysis on the epidemiology of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) among Black Africans living in Africa. Methods We queried PubMed, EMBASE, Web of Science, African Journals Online, and Global Index Medicus to select studies published in the period 01/01/2008–7/10/2018, and addressing SLE am...
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Resumo: O português é ensinado como Língua de Herança na diáspora a aprendizes com diferentes variedades no seu repertório familiar. Argumentamos que precisa ser visto como uma língua pluricêntrica e recorremos a discussões sobre lusofonia e suas políticas linguísticas. Baseamo-nos no entendimento de Bakhtin (1993) sobre a interação entre forças ce...
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Bond markets refers to the market where trading of debt securities takes place and contributes to the economy by providing an efficient economic system. The study established the influence of interest rate on growth of bond market. Additionally, the study examined the moderating effect of diaspora remittance on the combined relationship. The second...
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This article addresses how the Abraham Accords, a series of agreements that are normalizing relations between Israel and a growing number of countries in the Arab world, could be harnessed to counter antisemitic discourses outside of the Middle East region. In particular, we argue that interfaith activities under the framework of the Abraham Accord...
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This text is a forecast. There is no war between China and Russia at the moment, but it will be. The upcoming "hundred-year war" between China and Russia is not the reason for the collapse of the Russian Federation in its Putin version. This is not a cause, but a consequence. The situational weakening of the Russian Federation leads to the beginnin...
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This paper examines how the Rohingya diaspora employs social media platforms to reclaim their identity narratives through visibility and resistance in the context of genocide and subsequent prolonged displacement. Drawing on two types of interviews with displaced Rohingya members and activists, this paper demonstrates how transnational digital enga...
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The aim of this article is to highlight barriers and opportunities faced by Polish organizations in Ireland in promoting pro-integrationist, as opposed to isolationist, tendencies among Poles. Despite noticeable integration trends, the majority of Poles prefer to remain within their circles, creating a so-called parallel society. Poles’ respect for...
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The paper shows that the stabilizing and anti-assimilationist elements of the Yazidi religion in Yazidi groups differ quite markedly by cultural-geographical units, i.e.,-between Yazdis in Iraqi Kurdistan, Caucasian and Central Asian Yazidis, and also those in Western European diasporas. By means of examples from the main elements of the Yazidi rel...
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The Sikh diaspora of nearly 2-3 million dates from the late nineteenth century. Since the 1980s, this diaspora has been variously theorized as an exemplar of long-distance nationalism, a victim diaspora, and as the harbinger of extremist politics. This presentation, drawing on the recent literature on diaspora studies, will argue for the need to re...
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The relationship between hometown attachment (HA) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a topic to be explored in depth. We measured the HA by the Chinese diaspora background and the immigrant culture of the ultimate controllers of the firm and employed the sample of Chinese non-financial private-listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen fro...
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In this paper, we argue that closer engagement with the field of new institutional economics (NIE) has the potential to provide researchers with a new theoretical toolbox that can be used to study economic and social practices that are not readily traceable in material culture. NIE assumes that individual actions are based on bounded rationality an...
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Background Emerging data suggests that in sub-Saharan Africa β-cell-failure in the absence of obesity is a frequent cause of type 2 diabetes (diabetes). Traditional diabetes risk scores assume that obesity-linked insulin resistance is the primary cause of diabetes. Hence, it is unknown whether diabetes risk scores detect undiagnosed diabetes when t...
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Femme photographe, immigrée juive hongroise dans le Paris des années 1920 : voilà une situation qui ne prédestinait sans doute pas Ergy Landau à une postérité éclatante. L’histoire n’a pas fait mentir le destin, à l’évidence. C’est que le paysage photographique de l’époque est dominé par les hommes, et la diaspora artistique hongroise n’y fait pas...
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This paper was presented at the Annual PGR Conference at Swansea University on 22/09/2022. This presentation entails the use of postcolonial concepts hybridity and third space expressed by Homi K. Bhabha in his work The Location of Culture and how I will approach their validation and helpfulness through ancient archaeology, specifically in cities o...
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This paper uses Homi K. Bhabha’s (2013) concept of Postcolonial – added to the contributions of W.E.B. Du Bois (2016), Aimé Cesaire (1978) and Frantz Fanon (2008) – to analyze the short film Afronauts (Bodomo, 2014) directed by Nuotama Frances Bodomo. The work of Gayatri Spivak (2010) is also used to discuss how the postcolonial affects subalterniz...
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From the beginnings of the history of "sport" in a wider sense athletic and sports were defined by ethnic exclusion and inclusion and organised along ethnic lines. The first example of a well organised sport event in ancient Greece, the ancient Olympic Games, were a celebration of the greek diaspora from all over the mediterranean coming home, "the...
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The paper discusses the phallocentric discourse that is challenged by women in general and women of color in particular in spite of the simultaneity of oppression due to race, class, and gender in the diaspora. Therefore, the paper gives a brief account of women's experience in the light of postcolonial feminist theory. The paper also casts light o...
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Memory is the reflection of real-life situation and can present a sense of self and identity, which has always been an unavoidable element in the writings of diasporic writers. Taking the memory writing in Jane Rhys’ Voyage in the Dark as the entry point, this paper attempts to interpret the memory writings that appear in Voyage in the Dark by comb...
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Preference for sons and smaller families and, in the case of China, a one-child policy, have contributed to missing girl births in India and China over the last few decades due to sex-selective abortions. Selective abortion occurs also among Indian and Chinese diaspora, but their variability and trends over time are unknown. We examined conditional...
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This article examines the work of two diasporic memory organizations, Kresy-Siberia and Houshamadyan, which have both developed Internet platforms to collect and share information about lost homelands: in the former case, the pre-Second World War eastern borderlands of Poland; in the latter, the Armenian communities of the Ottoman Empire that were...
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Aim of the present paper is to explore the types of orthographic errors made by Greeks of the diaspora, specifically Greeks who live on the east coast of the U.S.A., as well the linguistic and extra-linguistic factors, which influence the shape, teaching and learning of the Greek orthographic system. The data stemming from two questionnaires distri...
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A travers le prisme de l'archipélité, la production artistique de la Diaspora afro-américaine révèle son potentiel diffractif : à la fois proche et lointaine de ses origines premières, elle se déploie dans l'entre-deux d'une double conscience. Dans son essai majeur, Paul Gilroy appelle au dépassement des oppositions binaires pour mieux appréhender...
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Resumen: Ya son muchas décadas desde cuando los marroquíes hayan tomado el rumbo hacia otros destinos. En un primer momento, se han desplazado como temporeros hacia Argelia administrada por Francia, más tarde, han sido reclutados como mano de obra para las industrias europeas. Hoy en día, los marroquíes, a quienes algunos llaman diáspora, estableci...
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A science diaspora network generally is a collection of emigrant researchers who share a country or region of origin and who interact with each other, often in a shared host country or region. Increasingly, networks are managed by formal organizations. Examples include the Swedish Trans-Atlantic Researchers and Scholars Network or the Queensland Ch...
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A special tribute to author André SCHWARZ BART (1928-2006) in a Martinican local newspaper, by Diana Ramassamy and myself as a reaction to the general silence in the Antilles and in France. Contributions by Elie Wiesel, Jon Magnussen and Rachel Ertel, amongst others. Some Caribbean authors whom I contacted, downplayed the invitation. The concept o...
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RESUMEN Durante el período de pandemia (COVID-19), oficialmente reconocido en marzo 2020, hubo un aumento de casos de violencia de género en países como Chile y Argentina. Sólo unos meses antes, en noviembre 2019, el colectivo chileno LASTESIS había salido al espacio público precisamente para denunciar la violencia en contra de las mujeres, ello co...
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The "Russkiy Mir" ("Russian World") Foundation is a Russian cultural diplomacy institution established as a non-governmental organisation, though closely controlled and coordinated by the Kremlin and funded almost exclusively from the Russian federal budget. The Foundation has become the organisational embodiment of the ideology of the "Russian wor...
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The study of transnationalism raises important questions about the effects of political rights that international migrants enjoy in different places. We contribute to this debate asking the following question: Do international migrants who retain voting rights in the place of origin have a greater propensity to vote in the local elections of the co...
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For Muslim communities in the West, teaching Islam to children in mosques is an important part of the intergenerational maintenance of young people’s heritage, identity, and communal ties. However, children with a migrant background benefit from fostering identification and feelings of belonging both to their heritage community and to the majority...
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It is well known that the biggest Armenian ideal either as a state or a diaspora and a church is to realize the ideology of “Great Armenia”. In every opportunity the Armenians claim that the territories which include Eastern Anadolu and Caucasus are their homeland. The Armenians use religion as a major weapon in order to justify their claims agains...
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The present study aims at examining the black women's diaspora in framing the black woman's identity in Naylor's Novel The Women of Brewster Place in terms of the Radicalesbians' manifestation of The Woman-Identified Woman. It is an attempt of revealing the black woman's identity away from the patriarchal society. Stepping across a very forbidden t...
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This paper explores the trajectories of the authors as indigenous women who are members of the Mapuche people. It focuses on the experience of constructing indigenous identities in colonial urban spaces and positioning in academia. This qualitative study follows a flexible methodology oriented to producing and analyzing personal narratives related...
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This research argues that consecutive governments in Sri Lanka’s cautionary approach to engaging with its diaspora – which at times were more impotent than active – has resulted in viewing Sri Lankan diaspora factor from a national security lens.
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A definição de bairro vai além da concepção geográfica clássica de uma paisagem urbana e em qual contexto socioeconômico se insere, tem um fator relevante no qual aborda os aspectos histórico-sociais existentes, esse destaque se reflete aos bairros negros que possuem em seu fundamento evidências históricas, as relações espaciais e de vizinhança e a...
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The children taking part of the diaspora returning from the United States to Mexico during the Donald Trump administration (2017-2021), not only cut across geographical borders but also linguistic, social and cultural ones in order to (re)insert themselves in their new destination. As a space of (re)insertion and intercultural encounter, the school...
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The conflict in Ukraine is causing large-scale displacement in Europe and in the World. Based on the UNHCR estimates, more than 7 million people fled the country as of 5 September 2022. In this context, it is extremely important to anticipate where these people are moving so that national to local authorities can better manage challenges related to...
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Mental health and social resilience play a significant role in refugees’ adaptation during the resettlement process in the host country. Maintaining good mental wellbeing helps the refugees to respond to stressful experiences with healthy life choices. This study aimed to explore the mental wellbeing and social resilience of Eritrean refugees livin...
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Abstract ---------------------------------------------------------------- The software and information communication technologies are critical and valuable sectors that affect all others, provide a competitive edge to businesses, opportunities for social development for societies that have been successful in the sector. It particularly attracts the...
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There is a growing understanding that migration trajectories can be complex – spanning several destination countries and including multi-directional mobilities. This paper contributes to the ongoing theorisation of diasporas through a focus on the ‘return mobilities of onward migrants’ – return moves of individuals who have lived in several destina...
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The Indian subcontinent is ubiquitous with some social factors such as caste, gender (discrimination), poverty. One particular factor that has taken up the imaginations of the Netflix-watching audience of late is the practice of arranged marriages. A series called Indian Matchmaking catapulted the notion of arranged marriages into the drawing rooms...
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Post-colonial Cameroonian identities have emerged from a combination of systems involving indigenous knowledges, transnational, socio-political, and economic influences, contributing to back-and-forth identity formation in the diaspora and country-of-origin. Kin and kith bonds, social validation, and the maintenance of traditional values between me...
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International student migration/mobility (ISM) has long come under the spotlight in migration and education studies. Previous research has focused primarily on inbound students in Western host countries, with much less attention on sending countries’ policies. Based on evidence from interviews, ethnography, and policy analysis in China, the world’s...
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Este artigo examina as estratégias formais e políticas de curtas-metragens nacionais dos anos 2010 implicadas numa apropriação imaginativa do trauma colonial no Brasil, especificamente da escravidão e das diásporas africanas. A partir da análise de Experimentando o vermelho em dilúvio (Michelle Mattiuzzi, 2016), A morte branca do feiticeiro negro (...
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Dry farming, or techniques of cultivating crops in regions with domineering dry seasons, was central to Black agricultural life across the Black diaspora, but especially in the Black Pacific. Ecologically, the Black diaspora transformed semi-arid ecosystems in both the Atlantic and Pacific. However, there is a dearth of Black narratives that draw o...
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Javanese ethnic prefers to use the Indonesian language in everyday communication rather than the Javanese language due to assimilation with the local culture, namely the Malay culture. This study aimed to describe the intergenerational transmission of the Java language in North Sumatra as a reference for the vitality of the Java language there. The...
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This study is an evaluation of corporate social responsibility as a strategy for crisis management by organisations. The researchers sought to determine how strategic corporate social responsibility can be used in preventing and mitigating crises in organisations. The theory adopted for the study was the uncertainty reduction theory. The research m...
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After the collapse of the USSR, the contours of the new state borders crossed the areas of settlement of ethnic groups, making the issue of the nature of the frontier actual. In the Russian-Kazakh sector, this was clearly manifested in the discrepancy between the areas of settlement of the Russian-speaking population and the very line of the state...
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Diaspora investment flows measured as foreign direct investments represent one of the major outcomes of the activities of diaspora investors, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists in the economy. This paper contributes to the literature with distinct analysis of diaspora investment flows in low interest rate environments (Canada, Denmark, Euro are...
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Pan-Africanism is a dominant ideological notion in Africa and its diaspora. As a notion, it means that Africa, Africans, and all people of African descent can only stand to gain a better future if the continent and its people unite and pool their resources together politically, economically, and socially. There are therefore different levels of pan...
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This report offers preliminary findings from the first month of field work of a three-month project examining the roles of NGOs in policy advocacy, policy design, and service provision toward newly arrived migrants to Romania and Romanian emigrants abroad. The original purpose of this project was to better understand NGO involvement in issues relat...
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In the poem “ca’line’s prayer,” Lucille Clift on marks the progression of Black generational memory through the metaphor of drought. The poem’s 1969 publication coincided with one of the worst droughts in modern history. Across the West African Sahel late rains and the onset of famine led to widespread death and displacement. Starting from this con...
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This paper will examine Muslim women’s engagement in Islamic scholarship by reviewing the foundational source of Islamic knowledge while referencing Somali female activists I interviewed in my 2017 published thesis. In particular, Somali women’s active participation within the realm of Islamic scholarship in the diaspora will be reviewed, including...
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The author examines the main features for the formation of the Belarusian economic emigration to Canada. The intensity of the emigration from 1921 to 1939 was analyzed, when the territory of Western Belarus was a part of Poland. The historical base of the research was the unpublished documents of the Belarusian, Ukrainian and Polish archives. The a...
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Shophouses are essential elements of the urbanscape. However, the rate at which they are developed and neglected in Brunei has given rise to various problems in commercial areas, which undermines sustainability. While commercial areas are places with unique characteristics created as a consequence of the interaction between people and the environme...
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p>El presente artículo propone una mirada diacrónica del concepto de diáspora, desde las primeras propuestas teóricas hasta los intelectuales contemporáneos; describe el devenir histórico del concepto y plantea el crecimiento en su uso, no sólo como respuesta a la lógica académica sino también al cambio en la acepción semántica. Asimismo, retoma el...
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What makes a culture and what are the cultural traits identified by people are important questions to be developed more within diaspora studies. This article proposes a critical inquiry into the ways of defining socio-cultural traits through the discussions with Indian diaspora living in the context of Western culture. It suggests hypothesis that t...
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This essay is a theologico-philosophical meditation on Bruno Schulz, focusing on his “love for the marginal”: a special attention paid to tandeta, in other words all things trashy, located on the eponymous edges of the world, far away from the center. Contrary to the assumed mode of interpretation, which reads Schulz’s fascination with the “dark fo...
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To the question of why Matthew includes the phrase Πάτερ ἡμῶν (Our Father) in his version of the Lord’s Prayer, scholars guided by different theories answer this question differently. Employing literary criticism ranging from form, source and tradition history to reader–audience response and socio-rhetorical interpretation, scholars contend that Ma...
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There is no doubt that consequences of health workforce migration are serious for any developing country. The world's largest health care migrating population is from India. India has a population of 1.38 billion, about 17.7% of the world’s population and we, as a nation, are struggling to prepare future-ready health care professionals and our own...
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Editorial 6 Equipe de la revue 8 1- Réponse institutionnelle et récidive chez les jeunes toxicomanes à Abidjan 11 Gniondjibohoui Marc OUNNEBO, Université Jean Lorougnon Guédé/Côte d’Ivoire 2- L’orpaillage et le travail des enfants à Luhihi/RDC en période de Covid-19 : entre précarité et résilience 33 KULIMUSHI MUGABO Espoir, AKILIMALI ZARAMBA Miche...
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O ensaio investiga as representações da Revolução Haitiana, sobretudo imagens publicadas em livros e periódicos, que construíram um imaginário colonial da morte e do sofrimento negro, invertendo os termos da dominação racial − como se as maiores vítimas tivessem sido as pessoas brancas. Ao analisar gravuras de ampla circulação, Marlene L. Daut demo...
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In Cameroon, diaspora nationals were labeled at the beginning of the pandemic in 2020 as the main Covid-19 "agents of spread". This article analyzes the social representations of populations around the potential vectors of an "exogenous disease". It is a descriptive and interpretive study whose data collection was carried out between March and Apri...
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Over the past three decades, there has been a growing body of research examining the history of African slavery in colonial Peru. These studies have contributed new information about the origins, roles, and experiences of enslaved peoples of African descent in colonial society. However, despite these advances, relatively few studies exist that dire...
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Pan Africanism was inspired by the victory at the Battle of Adwa, which has played a role in unifying Africans in the region, and at the Diaspora. The spirit of the movement spread across the world calling for unity among all black people in their quest for freedom from slavery, colonial rule and oppression. The various epochs of Pan-Africanism hav...
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Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) as a form of gender-related violence continues to thrive within communities and across borders, with (under)reported prevalence among communities in the diaspora. Reports of FGM/C among communities in the diaspora speak to the socio-cultural and religious factors which promote its prevalence. Successful int...
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Esta tese discorre sobre os processos de construção da identidade ocupacional de trancistas afro. Como esse grupo ocupacional tem elaborado suas identidades a partir do estabelecimento de fronteiras em relação a categoria ocupacional de cabeleireira. O estudo investiga, por meio de depoimentos das trancistas, os motivos que as levam a considerare...
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How do we decolonize cities? By demanding control over their land and organizing their communities according to ethnic traditions and ancestral ontologies, Afro‐descendant movements in the Americas create territories of life—self‐determined collectives in which people can experience new forms of life. Decolonial authors who have studied these commu...
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This essay is an introduction to humanistic and secular Judaism that was a hallmark of the greatest modern Jewish thinkers. Each of them in their particular manner advanced modern Judaism as a way of being Jewish without relying on sacred books or divine commandments; instead, they drew on the existential dramas of Jewish history and culture for th...
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This study focuses on how the Caribbean diaspora is reflected in the novel Levente no. Yolayorkdominicanyork by the New York-based Dominican artist Josefina Báez. Through dialogues and anecdotes the author depicts the everyday life of a community of women living in an apartment building located in a Hispanic neighbourhood in New York. In a close re...
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An African house helper Alem Dechasa in Lebanon committed suicide, a week after video footage of her being dragged along the streets by a man and forced into a car sparked national outrage. As a result, the human rights record of the Gulf nations’ Kafala system is being questioned. The chapter asks why African daughters are forced into self-exile t...
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In August 2020, the U.S. President issued an executive order to ban the Chinese-based social platform WeChat, alleging that WeChat posed a national security risk. WeChat is a vital application for Chinese diasporic communities in the United States. The ban’s status was uncertain for several months before it was temporarily halted and later revoked...
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Linguistic hybridization has always been present in society; it undoubtedly plays a role in the development of most natural languages and varieties. This chapter investigates hybrids related to Philippine English (PhE) using a bottom-up approach. It surveys related works and analyzes linguistic data with the goal of broadening the traditional PhE f...
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In recent decades, there has been a dynamic growth of Chinese outbound tourism to the Central and Eastern European region, and Hungary has been one of the most visited countries. This increase in demand is linked, in part, to the important Chinese diaspora in Hungary whose members play the role of hosts in VFR travel. This paper aims to explore the...
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RESUMEN El objetivo del presente trabajo fue evaluar la tasa de germinación diaria (TGD) en cariópsides clasificados por tamaño (CCT) y la tasa de emergencia diaria (TED) tanto en CCT como en diásporas, en los pastos nativos Banderita (Bouteloua curtipendula (Michx.) Torr.) y Navajita (B. gracilis (Willd. ex Kunth) Lag. ex Griffiths), y los introdu...