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Living on the Move: Mobility, Religion and Exclusion of Eastern European Migrants in Rural Scotland / Sergei, Shubin

Population, Space and Place, Volume: 18, Issue: 5, Pages: 615 - 627

Swansea University Author: Sergei, Shubin

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DOI (Published version): 10.1002/psp.696

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The paper explores theoretical and practical issues related to spiritual mobility and engagement with Eastern European migrants in rural Scotland. It develops a complex understanding of migrant’s living on the move and its approach stresses the relational, uncertain and transformative character of t...

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Published in: Population, Space and Place
ISSN: 1544-8444
Published: 2011
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title Living on the Move: Mobility, Religion and Exclusion of Eastern European Migrants in Rural Scotland
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description The paper explores theoretical and practical issues related to spiritual mobility and engagement with Eastern European migrants in rural Scotland. It develops a complex understanding of migrant’s living on the move and its approach stresses the relational, uncertain and transformative character of their mobilities. It suggests adding a spiritual element to the analysis of transnational mobilities and explores the ways in which constellations of mobility and religion generate more-than-corporeal dislocations, generate virtual movement and create new imaginations of the migrants’ place in the world.
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