Changing communities : stories of migration, displacement and solidarities / Marjorie Mayo.
- Bristol, UK : Policy Press, 
vi, 201 pages ; 24 cm
- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
- Changing Communities brings together policy analysis, theoretical understandings of migration and displacement, and illustrations of the diverse ways in which communities themselves perceive these processes of change. Marjorie Mayo draws from both previous studies and her own original research to examine a range of responses, taking account of the varying possibilities, challenges, and interests involved both within and between communities, locally and transnationally. The book highlights examples of some of the creative, cultural ways in which communities - including diaspora communities - reflect upon their experiences of change and find modes of responding and expressing their unique voices, in such art forms as poetry, storytelling, and photography.-- Provided by Publisher.
- 1 Stories of migration, displacement, community resistance and solidarity
2 Explaining migration and displacement
3 Responses to being displaced by violence
4 Community responses to displacement as a result of (re)development
5 Responses to displacement via market forces more generally
6 Choices and constraints
7 The slippery concept of 'community', both locally and transnationally
8 Public policies to promote community cohesion
9 Moving on?
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 179-191) and index.
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