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Abstract This article seeks to fill in the gap in the existing literature on global migration, overseas Chinese, and Sino-Gulf relations by focussing on the experiences of second-generation Chinese expatriates in the UAE. Based on in-depth interviews with a group of teenagers and young adults...
Abstract Despite the long existence of Baloch in the Gulf region, and Qatar, in particular, scholarly works on their lives and migration experience is scarce. This study is based on long-term ethnographic observation and semi-structured interviews conducted in Fall 2020 in Freej Al Baloush, the...
Abstract The social landscape of Kerala—the southwest Indian state—has undergone significant changes in the last century. Migration has been a major factor impelling transformation in different sectors of Kerala society, thereby contributing to the overall development of the state. Among the...
Abstract The concept of migration should not be restricted to the movement of people. It should encompass the movement of ideas and cultures that impact the places that receive them. In recent years, UAE has made a concerted effort to rebrand itself as a ‘soft superpower’ and be regarded as the...
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