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Internal Diversity: Iranian Germans Between Local Boundaries and Transnational Capital

Hardcover - 14 December 2019
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This book explores the interrelation between diversity in migrants' internal relations and their experience of inequality in local and global contexts. Taking the case of Hamburg-based Iranians, it traces evaluation processes in ties between professionals - artists and entrepreneurs - since the 1930s, examining migrants' potential to act upon hierarchical structures. Building on long-term ethnographic fieldwork and archival work, the book centers on differentiation to combine diversity study's focus on locality with transnational migration study's interest in strategies of capital creation and anthropological value theory.

The analysis of migrants' agency tackles questions of independence and cooperation in kinship, associations, transnational entrepreneurship and cultural events within the context of Germany's and Iran's places the global politico-economic landscape. This material will raise the interest of scholars and students of anthropology, sociology, migration, urbanism and Iranian studies, as well as Iranian-Germans and those interested in the entanglement of global and local power relations.

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ISBN-10: 3030277895

ISBN-13: 9783030277895

Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan       

Language: English

Age Range: NA - NA years

Grade Level: NA - NA

Hardcover: 255 Pages

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