Immigrants and Transnational Citizenship

14 February, by Fernando Aquino
In spite of the loud fear-mongering about immigration and borders in the US and Europe, sociologists have found that immigrants’ civic organizing in their host countries makes them increasingly important actors in changing their home countries’ economy, politics, and culture. Fernando Aquino reviews an important collection of research edited by Alejandro Portes and Patricia Fernández-Kelly.
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