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|Title:||Citizens of Nowhere in a Landscape of Boundaries: Displacement and Belonging among Young Refugees in Denmark.|
|Authors:||Reumert, Anna Simone|
|Abstract:||The imaginary of globalization is obsessed with mobility and wandering and in the global space, people cross borders routinely. At the same time, the ones who are actually forced into transit by travelling outside law often ignite discomfort, if not despise, among the passport-approved ‘global’ citizens. Through ethnographic qualitative fieldwork among a group of young refugees in and around Copenhagen, I explore how displacement and belonging are reflected upon and expressed among these actors.... more|
|Appears in Collections:||Socialantropologi|
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