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Losing Place: Refugee Populations and Rural Transformations in East Africa (Forced Migration) epub

by Johnathan Bascom


Losing Place: Refugee Populations and Rural Transformations in East Africa (Forced Migration) epub

ISBN: 1571810838

ISBN13: 978-1571810830

Author: Johnathan Bascom

Category: Business books

Subcategory: Economics

Language: English

Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (January 1, 1999)

Pages: 224 pages

ePUB book: 1726 kb

FB2 book: 1712 kb

Rating: 4.8

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In his study of eastern Sudan, Johnathan Bascom (1998).

In his study of eastern Sudan, Johnathan Bascom (1998). The Forgotten solution: local integration for refugees in developing countries. Reconstituting Lives: Somali Women's Efforts to Reformulate Household and Community Values in Kansas City, Missouri. Melissa Filippi-Franz.

Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Refugees and Rural Transformations.

Johnathan Bascom is Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at East Carolina University.

Place : Refugee Populations and Rural Transformations in East Africa.

book by Johnathan Bascom. Very useful, both for its analysis and for its historical detail. Losing Place : Refugee Populations and Rural Transformations in East Africa.

Refugee flight, settlement, and repatriation are not static, self-contained, or singular events. Instead, they are three stages of an ongoing process made and mirrored in the lives of real people. For that reason, there is an evident need for historical and longitudinal studies of refugee populations that rise above description and trace the process of social transformation during the "full circle" of flight resettlement, and return home.

2007) Transformations and Future Imaginings. In: Sudanese Women Refugees. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Bascom, Losing Place: Refugee Populations and Rural Transformations in East Africa, 1998, p. 13. oogle Scholar. 2. See G. Buijis (e., Migrant Women: Crossing Boundaries and Changing Identities, 1993. 3. See J. M. Peteet, Gender in Crisis: Women and the Palestinian Resistance Movement, 1991, p. 4., Migrant Women, 1993. 5. D. Indra, Not a ‘Room of One’s Own’: Engendering Forced Migration Knowledge and Practice, 1999, pp. 1–22Google Scholar. 2007) Transformations and Future Imaginings.

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-< -- SUMMARY OF THE BOOK : "Very useful, both for its analysis and for its historical detail. a major contribution to understanding the impact of new economic environments upon the economic and social survival of refugees. Elizabeth Colson, University of California, Berkeley " work is of the highest quality, representing an exemplary geographical approach to a phenomenon and its associated problems.

Losing Place: Refugee Populations and Rural Transformations in East Africa. Martin, Susan F. Forced Migration and the Evolving Humanitarian Regime. New York: Berghahn Books. online UNHCR publication.

Refugee flight, settlement, and repatriation are not static, self-contained, or singular events. Instead, they are three stages of an ongoing process made and mirrored in the lives of real people. For that reason, there is an evident need for historical and longitudinal studies of refugee populations that rise above description and trace the process of social transformation during the "full circle" of flight resettlement, and return home. This book probes the economic forces and social processes responsible for shaping the everyday existence for refugees as they move through exile.