By: N V Hear
298 pages, Tabs
This introductory and comparative study will develop the theoretical concept of a diaspora and investigate the formation and reformation of diasporic groups in relation to issues of socio-economic development, human rights and the nation state. This book is intended for postgraduate and undergraduate students studying ethnicity, migration, political science, international relations, population geography and history. It should be of interest to aid and development agencies.
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