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The European Identity Abstract : European identity is not only a scientifically interesting question, but also a politically important issue: in fact, sixty years after the signing of the Treaty of Rome, the European Union finds itself for the first time facing risks that threaten its own existence.
Glocal Nollywood: The Politics of Culture, Identity, and Migration in African Films Set on American Shores Abstract : Since its inception in 1992, Nollywood, the Nigerian film industry, has grown into a transnational cinema and the second largest film industry in the world thanks in large part to the popularity of the highly affective and dramatic narrative conventions the industry has perfected.
Whiteness as an Act of Belonging: White Turks Phenomenon in the post 9/11 World Abstract : Turks, along with other people of the Middle East, retain a claim to being “Caucasian”.
El Escenario Uruguayo ante la Posible Aplicación de Acciones Afirmativa as Para Afrodescendientes Abstract : In 2013, the Uruguayan Parliament passed Law No. 19122: Afro-descendants Regulations to promote their participation in the areas of education and work, which has been regulated by the Executive.
Citizenship and Belonging: an Analysis of Immigrants' Integration Beliefs and Membership Meaning in South-West Germany Abstract : Germany has the highest number of immigrants in Europe. Changes in immigration and citizenship laws have intended to make Germany an attractive destination for skilled immigrant workers.
A Tale of Ambivalence: Salman Rushdie's "Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights" Abstract : Salman Rushdie’s memoirs, essays and novels contribute to the appreciation of the contradictions in his outlook on life.
Le Nuove Identità Culturali Glocali: dagli Italiani agli Italici Abstract : Globalisation is constantly redefining the processes of individual and collective identity construction. We are experiencing a profound change of era.
Ultra-Technological Refugees: Identity Construction through Consumer Culture among African Refugees in Israel Abstract : Academic discourse tends to view the labor market as a central sphere in the refugee integration process, while other aspects related to the market economy, such as capital accumulation and the purchase of goods, gain less attention if at all.
Elements of a Theory of Global Governance Abstract : After the devastation of World War II, a new international community was built, organized under the newly formed United Nations which oversaw the development of a new legal and institutional framework for the maintenance of peace and security.