Middle East Studies: History, Politics & Law.
"This study explores the relationship between migration and political 'development' and asks the question 'how are migration movements and the expatriate communities they create connected to the possibility of enhanced political voice or the preservation of illiberal politics in sending countries?'. The thesis of this work is that politics of origin may be better understood by their extensions into transnational public spheres, because civil society, as a discursive space, may be more liberally grounded in migrant-receiving countries than in sending societies."--Provided by publisher.
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Chapter I Introduction to Deutschkei chapter II The Dialectics of Trasnational Linkages and the Transnational Public Sphere chapter III Migrants from Turkey in Contemporary Europe: A General Outline chapter IV Turkey, Europe, and Germany: A Brief History chapter V Between Deutschkei and Turkey: The Dialectics of Transnational Linkages chapter VI The Discursive Transformation of Turkey Proper chapter VII The Alevis chapter VIII The Kurds chapter IX The Ultranationalists chapter X The Islamists chapter XI Conclusion.
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