Reconceptualizing Networks and Return Migration: Constructing Identities, Negotiating the Ethnos and Mapping Diasporas – Theoretical Challenges Regarding Empirical Contributions (in the Greek-American case)

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  • Anastasia Christou

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https://doi.org/10.25071/1496-6778.8007

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2004-12-01

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Christou, A. (2004). Reconceptualizing Networks and Return Migration: Constructing Identities, Negotiating the Ethnos and Mapping Diasporas – Theoretical Challenges Regarding Empirical Contributions (in the Greek-American case). spacesofidentity.Net, 4(3+4). https://doi.org/10.25071/1496-6778.8007