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dc.contributor.authorCachado, Rita d'Ávila-
dc.date.accessioned2010-01-21T11:20:00Z-
dc.date.available2010-01-21T11:20:00Z-
dc.date.issued2009-
dc.identifier.issn1647-0893-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10071/1582-
dc.description.abstractAs comunidades hindus em diáspora têm sido estudadas sobretudo do ponto de vista das histórias da adaptação aos países de acolhimento, esquecendo que estas populações se instalam em contextos urbanos complexos que urge serem convocados para o debate nas ciências sociais. Para o estudo das comunidades em foco, propomos seguir o repto de Bassant e Kaufmann (2000), que equacionam a mobilidade espacial como facto social total. As famílias hindus que optaram por uma terceira migração para Inglaterra (após terem passado por Moçambique e Portugal) deslocam-se entre cidades onde residem e onde têm familiares. Uma etnografia sobre estes movimentos desvenda os trajectos necessários para a realização das tarefas religiosas, para o acesso ao emprego e para residirem mais perto da família. Face a estas dinâmicas, estamos perante a necessidade de debater as actuais propostas sobre o conceito de mobilidade social, mesclando a mobilidade territorial com as mobilidades residencial e urbana dos actores sociais em causa.pt
dc.description.abstractThe communities of the Hindu diaspora have mainly been studied from the standpoint of their histories of adaptation to their host countries, while it is forgotten that these populations settle in complex urban contexts that need to be included in the social science debate. For the study of the communities under examination, we propose to follow the challenge mounted by Bassant and Kaufmann (2000), who consider spatial mobility as a total social fact. Hindu families who chose to migrate for the third time – to Britain, after passing through Mozambique and Portugal – travel between cities where they live and where they have family. An ethnography on these movements reveals the journeys necessary to carry out religious tasks, gain access to employment and live closer to the family. In the light of these dynamics, we need to debate the present proposals on the concept of social mobility, mixing territorial mobility with the residential and urban mobilities of the social actors in question.pt
dc.language.isoporpt
dc.publisherCIES, ISCTE-IULpt
dc.relationinfo:eu-repo/grantAgreement/FCT/SFRH/SFRH%2FBPD%2F47813%2F2008/PT-
dc.relation.ispartofseriesCIES e-Working Paperpt
dc.relation.ispartofseriesNº 83/2009pt
dc.rightsopenAccesspt
dc.subjectMobilidadespt
dc.subjectDiásporapt
dc.subjectHinduísmopt
dc.subjectTransnacionalidadept
dc.subjectContextos urbanospt
dc.subjectMobilitiespt
dc.subjectDiasporapt
dc.subjectHinduismpt
dc.subjectTransnationalitypt
dc.subjectUrban contextspt
dc.titleTrajectos interurbanos na diáspora: o elo esquecido da mobilidade socialpt
dc.typeworkingPaperpt
dc.peerreviewedSimpt
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