Since Brubaker’s (2005) much cited paper on the proliferation of the word diaspora, there has been much debate on the notion of diaspora and what exactly it does and does not encompass. There are those who view diasporas more in terms of distinct ethno-national communities spread out through space but who are tied somehow to a homeland and to one another through shared consciousness, identities, imagined communities, and collective memories.
Diaspora, Diaspora Studies, Migration
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|Dates||Publication Date : March 30, 2021|
|APA||Mavroudi, E . (2021). Interview 8 . Turkish Journal of Diaspora Studies , 1 (1) , 132-139 .|
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