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Diasporas in Australia: current and potential links with the homeland

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posted on 2012-12-01, 00:00 authored by Danny Ben-Moshe, J Pyke, L Baldassar
This paper is the outcome a three year Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage project Diasporas in Australia: Current and Potential Links with the Homeland conducted from 2009-2012. The research involved a comparatives study of the Italian, Macedonian, Tongan, and Vietnamese diaspora in Australia. The broad purpose of the project was to consider how the different “type” of diaspora affected the nature and extent of their ties to the Homeland. This was explored from an interdisciplinary perspective into five broad areas: citizenship, identity and langue; personal ties through visits, communication and media use; political and communal involvement and philanthropy; family/kinship, caregiving and remittances; and business and professional ties. These are the levels of analysis within this article which consider the evaluation of diaspora typologies.

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Journal

Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation Research Paper Series

Volume

3

Issue

4

Pagination

1 - 25

Publisher

Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation, Faculty of Arts & Education, Deakin University

Location

Melbourne, Vic.

ISSN

1838-2118

eISSN

1838-2126

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

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2012, Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation, Faculty of Arts & Education, Deakin University

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