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Conceptualising 'Home': The Question of Belonging Among Turkish Families in Germany

by Esin Bozkurt Campus Verlag
Pub Date:
09/2009
ISBN:
9783593387918
Format:
Pbk 245 pages
Price:
AU$102.00 NZ$106.09
Product Status: Not Our Publication - we no longer distribute
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An extraordinarily rich account of the lives of Turkish men and women living in contemporary Germany, ''Conceptualising 'Home''' offers striking insights into how members of a marginalized immigrant community make room for themselves and reconstruct homes away from home. Based on in-depth interviews, the volume places the life experiences of Turkish people into a broader theoretical perspective, while Esin Bozkurt's careful attention to gender and generational differences ensures an accurate, balanced representation. The result is a surprisingly useful understanding of the very idea of 'home'.
Esin Bozkurt studied issues of culture, identity, belonging, migration, and gender at Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey.