Societies of the early 21st century are composed of many intersecting cultures, defined by status as citizens or recent immigrants and other societal hierarchies. Past-oriented segments of state populations decry the loss of essentialized national identities. What is lacking in this set-up of the debate is the young generation. This volume brings together European and Canadian studies in sociology, history, and cultural studies.
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|Research areas and keywords
- youth, migration, transculturalism, Canada, Europe
|Publisher||V+R Unipress (North American edition: University of Toronto Press, 2006).|
|Number of pages||259|
|State||Published - 2005|
|Name||Transkulturelle Perspektiven 2|