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Between Home and Belonging: Critical Ethnographies of Race, Place and Identity.

Les Back

Between Home and Belonging: Critical Ethnographies of Race, Place and Identity.

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Published by University of East London,Centre for New Ethnicities Research .
Written in English

Edition Notes

SeriesFinding the Way Home Working Papers,No.2
The Physical Object
Pagination30cm.42. 9ill.6M.
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18859794M
ISBN 101874210993

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Audience Ethnographies: A Media Engagement Approach Antonio C. La Pastina. Texas A&M University. Visit for more related articles at Global Media Journal. Abstract. In this paper I argue that audience ethnography needs to be repositioned as a fieldwork-based, long-term practice of data collection and by: 7.

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Between Home and Belonging: Critical Ethnographies of Race, Place and Identity. by Les Back Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Between Home and Belonging: Critical Ethnographies of Race, Place and Identity. Finding the Way Home: Working Papers, Working Paper 2. London: New Ethnicities Unit, University of East London and Centre for Urban & Community Research, Goldsmiths University of London, 40 pp.

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Finding the Way Home Working Paper 2. Centre for Urban and Community Research & the New Ethnicities Unit, London (pp 40). Hence, place is a central site for investigating the shifting relationships between migration, identity, and belonging at various interconnected scales (Gilmartin ).

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