Az egyidejűség konceptualizálása: a társadalom a transznacionális társadalmi mező perspektívájából

Peggy Levitt, Nina Glick Schiller

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A tanulmány a transznacionális migrációval foglalkozó kutatásokat alátámasztó társadalmi elméletet és az abból következő módszertant vizsgálja. Elsőként javaslatot teszünk a migrációkutatás társadalmi mező alapú megközelítésére, különbséget téve a ‘létezés’ és a ‘valahova tartozás’ módjai között. Ezt követően amellett érvelünk, hogy az asszimiláció és a tartós transznacionális kötődések nem összeegyeztethetetlenek egymással, és nem is egymás bináris ellentétei. A harmadik lépésben olyan társadalmi folyamatokat és intézményeket világítunk meg, amelyek a hagyományos migrációs szakirodalomban csak homályosan látszódnak, de amelyek egyből világossá válnak, ha transznacionális szemüvegen keresztül vizsgálódunk. Végezetül elhelyezzük migrációkutató megközelítésünket egy olyan nagyobb intellektuális projektben, amelyet számos tudományterületen alkalmaznak a transznacionális folyamatokkal foglalkozó kutatók abból a célból, hogy újragondolják és újraalkossák a társadalom fogalmát egy olyan keretben, ahol a társadalom határai nem érnek véget automatikusan a nemzetállam határainál.

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