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Globalization, Minorities and Civil Society

Perspectives from Asian and European Cities

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One effect of globalization has been urban restructuring in various cities of Asia, increasing migration from Asia to European cities and the intensification of debates about citizenship. The multi-dimensional constellations of ethnic minorities in Asian and European cities have become increasingly divided, stratified and segmented. The post-colonial legacy permeates these phenomena. This book examines developments in Asia and Europe on the basis of fieldwork surveys, examining anti-globalization movements and minority group dissent at the local level, and their effects on civil society.
Release date Australia
March 1st, 2008
Contributors
Edited by Koichi Hasegawa Edited by Naoki Yoshihara
Country of Publication
Australia
Edition
English ed.
Illustrations
illustrations
Imprint
Trans Pacific Press
Pages
244
ISBN-13
9781876843854
Product ID
3611556

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