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Towards a geography of transnational spaces: Indian transnational communities in Australia

Voigt-Graf, Carmen


Few studies oil migrant transnationalism have explicitly adopted a geographical perspective, despite the widespread use of spatial metaphors in the literature and the potential advantages that a geographical approach offers. In this article, the geography of the transnational spaces of Punjabis, Kannadigas and Indo-Fijians is analysed. Punjabis have constructed complex transnational spaces that are virtually global in scale. Kannadigas are engaged in transnational activities linking their...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2004
Type: Journal article
Source: Global Networks


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