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Open borders, unlocked cultures : Romanian Roma migrants in Western Europe / edited by Yaron Matras and Daniele Viktor Leggio.

Contributor(s): Leggio, Daniele Viktor [editor of compilation.] | Matras, Yaron, 1963- [editor of compilation.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Routledge Advances in Sociology226: Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2018Edition: 1st edition.Description: x, 181 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781138239487 .Subject(s): Rumunjska - migracija | Rumunjska - emigracija i imigracija | zemlje Europske unije - etnički odnosi | Zapadna Europa - etnički identiteti | Rumunjska - socijalni uvjetiDDC classification: 305.8914/9704 Online resources: Opis izdavača
Contents:
How open borders can unlock cultures: concepts, methods, and procedures / Daniele Viktor Leggio and Yaron Matras -- Romania's Roma: a socio-historical overview / Henriette Asséo, Petre Petcut & Leonardo Piasere -- Romanian Roma at home: mobility patterns, migration experiences, networks, and remittances / Stefánia Toma, Catalina Tesar & László Fosztó -- Founder effects and transnational mutations: the familial structure of a Romani diaspora / Juan F. Gamella, Giuseppe Beluschi-Fabeni, Elisabeth Gómez Oehler & Vasile Muntean -- Romanian Roma migration to Italy: improving the capacity to aspire / Stefania Pontrandolfo -- Life and death of a French shantytown: an anthropology of power / Grégoire Cousin) -- Community identity and mobilisation: Roma migrant experiences in Manchester / Yaron Matras and Daniele Viktor Leggio.
Summary: "The book examines some of the dilemmas surrounding Europe's open borders, migrations, and identities through the prism of the Roma - Europe's most dispersed and socially marginalised population. The volume challenges some of the myths surrounding the Roma as a 'problem population', and places the focus instead on the context of European policy and identity debates. It comes to the conclusion that the migration of Roma and the constitution of their communities is shaped by European policy as much as and often more so than by the cultural traits of the Roma themselves. The chapters compare case studies of Roma migrants in Spain, Italy, France, and Britain, and the impact of migration on the origin communities in Romania. The study combines historical and ethnographic methods with insights from migration studies, drawing on a unique multi-site collaborative project that for the first time gave Roma participants a voice in shaping research into their communities."--Provided by publisher.
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How open borders can unlock cultures: concepts, methods, and procedures / Daniele Viktor Leggio and Yaron Matras -- Romania's Roma: a socio-historical overview / Henriette Asséo, Petre Petcut & Leonardo Piasere -- Romanian Roma at home: mobility patterns, migration experiences, networks, and remittances / Stefánia Toma, Catalina Tesar & László Fosztó -- Founder effects and transnational mutations: the familial structure of a Romani diaspora / Juan F. Gamella, Giuseppe Beluschi-Fabeni, Elisabeth Gómez Oehler & Vasile Muntean -- Romanian Roma migration to Italy: improving the capacity to aspire / Stefania Pontrandolfo -- Life and death of a French shantytown: an anthropology of power / Grégoire Cousin) -- Community identity and mobilisation: Roma migrant experiences in Manchester / Yaron Matras and Daniele Viktor Leggio.

"The book examines some of the dilemmas surrounding Europe's open borders, migrations, and identities through the prism of the Roma - Europe's most dispersed and socially marginalised population. The volume challenges some of the myths surrounding the Roma as a 'problem population', and places the focus instead on the context of European policy and identity debates. It comes to the conclusion that the migration of Roma and the constitution of their communities is shaped by European policy as much as and often more so than by the cultural traits of the Roma themselves. The chapters compare case studies of Roma migrants in Spain, Italy, France, and Britain, and the impact of migration on the origin communities in Romania. The study combines historical and ethnographic methods with insights from migration studies, drawing on a unique multi-site collaborative project that for the first time gave Roma participants a voice in shaping research into their communities."--Provided by publisher.

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