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Migration, family life and cultural inheritance

Perspectives from both sides of the Bulgarian-Turkish border
  • Meglena ZlatkovaEmail author
  • Stoyka Penkova
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Abstract

Yet again, the issue of borders in Europe gained prominence in 2015, not only for politicians and diplomats but also for people’s everyday lives. This issue entered public discussions in relation to the new waves of moving people, called refugees, migrants – illegal, economic, labour and so on. One of the borders that became especially charged with significations and functions was the one between Bulgaria and Turkey.

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Social Capital Family Life Social Position Cultural Capital Turkish Student 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of EthnologyUniversity of Plovdiv „Paissii Hilendarski“PlovdivBulgaria
  2. 2.Department of Sociology and Human sciencesUniversity of Plovdiv „Paissii Hilendarski“PlovdivBulgaria

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