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Lecture 5

GGRC45H3 - Week 6, Lecture 5 Notes (February 16, 2011) (Min-Jung Kwak, Winter 2011)

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Symphony Kwong (996285096)
GGRC45H3 t Week 6, Lecture 5, Lecture Notes
Socioeconomic Landscape Changes in Our City:
Transnationalism & Our Divercity I
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
1
GGRC45H3 t Week 6, Lecture 5, Lecture Notes
Socioeconomic Landscape Changes in Our City:
Transnationalism & Our Divercity I
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Transnationalism: The Beginning
- a buzz word since the mid 1990s
- Nina Glick Schiller, Linda Basch, Christina Blanc-Szanton
revived the term in 1992
- (first used by Bourne in 1916)
- transnationalism: ^Z}ÇÁZ]Z]uu]Pvµ]o}]o(]oZ
o]vl}PZZ]}µvÇ}(}]P]vvZ]}µvÇ}(ouv_~íõõîWí
- ^Z}vP}]vPv}vtinuing process in which immigrants construct
v}v]µZ]]uµov}µuv]vu}Zv}v}]Ç_
(1995: 48)
Transnationalism (TNS): New Conceptualization
- new conceptualization of migrant experiences
- the old images of immigrants:
x assimilation or Sojourning Model
¾
x those who are ruptured, uprooted, and gone through the painstaking process
of immigrant adaptation in the places of settlement
- new immigrants:
x Transnational Model (Integration)
¾
x those who actively develop and maintain multiple relations across borders
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Symphony Kwong (996285096)
GGRC45H3 t Week 6, Lecture 5, Lecture Notes
Socioeconomic Landscape Changes in Our City:
Transnationalism & Our Divercity I
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
2
Globalization Versus Transnationalism
- ^vv]}vo_ÀX^Po}o_W
x ^(]vP}ou}ooZv}uvZo}v]}v-states and take place
in global space, globalization is implicitly described as a process by which the
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x ^ÁZPo}o}oPv(}u](]v]}vo
territories and take place in a global space, transnational processes are
anchored in and transcend one or more nation-_
(Michael Kearny 1995, quoted in S. Mahler 1999: 692)
x ^Z}µoµP}(ZPo}o]Ì]}v[}ZPo}o}[}µ}µ]o
µvv]vPZsocial relations[vZlocal identities[_~DXWX^u]Zîììí
From Globalization to Transnational Discourse
Through Transnational Framework
- Monster Home Debates in Vancouver (in the late 1980s)
x rethinking race and class relations in the context of globalization
globalization discourse
- hegemony (class, race, and gender)
- time-space compression
- space of flows
- homogenization
- linear model
- binary framework
- global power/local struggle
transnationalism (TNS) discourse
- local matters in the context
of globalization
- ZvZ}[UZu[U
Z]v-Áv[
- hybridization
- linking global and local
- balanced framework
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Symphony Kwong (996285096) GGRC45H3 J Week 6, Lecture 5, Lecture Notes Socioeconomic Landscape Changes in Our City: Transnationalism & Our Divercity I Wednesday, February 16, 2011 GGRC45H3 J Week 6, Lecture 5, Lecture Notes Socioeconomic Landscape Changes in Our City: Transnationalism & Our Divercity I Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Transnationalism: The Beginning - a buzz word since the mid 1990s - Nina Glick Schiller, Linda Basch, Christina Blanc-Szanton revived the term in 1992 - (first used by Bourne in 1916) - transnationalism: ^Z} ZZZZ] Z]KK]2LZ]oZ} ]o]oZZ o]Ll}2ZZ] }L}}]2]LLZ] }L}ZoKL_~9 - ^Z}L2}]L2L }Ltinuing process in which immigrants construct L }LZ]Z]Z]KoL}ZKLZZ]LK}ZL}LZ} ]_ (1995: 48) Transnationalism (TNS): New Conceptualization - new conceptualization of migrant experiences - the old images of immigrants: Nassimilation or Sojourning Model Nthose who are ruptured, uprooted, and gone through the painstaking process of immigrant adaptation in the places of settlement - new immigrants: NTransnational Model (Integration) Nthose who actively develop and maintain multiple relations across borders 1 www.notesolution.com
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