About this book
The authors focus on families who organize their lives in transnational social spaces within and at the outer borders of Europe, to offer a new perspective on transnational family life and to advance the knowledge on borders drawn by social inequality, discrimination and political exclusion. They also discuss social mobility as inheriting different life worlds, while crossing borders. The research on the socialization of children, raised in different societies provides a better understanding of the new generations in Europe from the beginning of the XXI c. The variety of methods presented in this book is also a contribution to link Western and Eastern European perspectives as well as sociology and anthropology in order to capture a wider spectrum of social reality.
• Transnational Family Life
• Urban Sociology
• European Sociology
• Researchers and students in the social sciences, migration research, social work, anthropology and sociology
• Practitioners in the field of migration, family, community and social work
Dr. Banu Çıtlak, Assoc. Prof., University of Applied Science and Arts Dortmund, Germany.
Dr. Sebastian Kurtenbach, research assistant, Institute of Interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence (IKG), Bielefeld University, Germany.
Megan Lueneburg, fulbright researcher, architect, curator, University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Dr. Meglena Zlatkova, Assoc. Prof., Department of Ethnology, University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Migration Roma Family Transnational social spaces Childhood