By Anton Popov
This e-book addresses the problem of rising transnationalism within the stipulations of post-socialism via targeting migrants’ id as a social development as a result of their event of the ‘transnational circuit of tradition’ in addition to from post-Soviet shifts in political and financial stipulations of their domestic areas.
Anton Popov attracts upon ethnographic examine performed between Greek transnational migrants dwelling at the Black coastline and within the North Caucasus areas of Russia who've get entangled in wide cross-border migration among the previous Soviet Union (the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and Georgia) and Greece (as good as Cyprus). it truly is predicted that greater than 150,000 former Soviet electorate of Greek starting place have resettled in Greece because the past due Eighties. but, a lot of those that to migrate don't lower their connections with the house groups in Russia yet as an alternative determine their very own transnational circuit of trip among Greece and Russia.
This research demonstrates how migrants hire their ethnicity as symbolic capital on hand for funding in transnational migration. at the same time they remodel their practices of relations networking, estate kinfolk and political participation in a fashion which strengthens their attachment to the neighborhood territory. The findings provided within the booklet indicate that the social identities, monetary innovations, political practices and cultural illustration of the Russia’s Pontic Greeks are all deeply embedded within the moving social and cultural panorama of post-Soviet Russia and largely encouraged by means of the worldwide stream of rules, items and other people.
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Culture, Ethnicity and Migration After Communism: The Pontic Greeks by Anton Popov