‘Diaspora' and transnationalism: theory and evidence in explanation of the Irish world-wide’

Donald MacRaild

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    Contribution to a symposium 'perspectives of the Irish Diaspora', with contributions also from Enda Delaney and Kevin Kenny. The article argues for the use of diaspora as a social science typology, such as class or ethnicity, where a basis of evidence of discernible that demonstrates social communication between homeland and new lands, but also between immigrants in the new lands themselves.
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages51-58
    JournalIrish Economic and Social History
    Volume38
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2006

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    ‘Diaspora' and transnationalism: theory and evidence in explanation of the Irish world-wide’. / MacRaild, Donald.

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