An exploration of the renegotiated and performed identities among Hazara men in Australia
This thesis explores the daily lives of Hazara men in Australia as they navigate through and participate in different local and transnational communities. I argue that participation in these communities is structured around ideas of Anderson's "imagined communities": and Hage's "migration guilt" where these men involve themselves in different communities based on feelings of connectedness. Here, some of the ways in which these men are performing their identities in Australia are explored; where...[Show more]
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