By Brenda S. A. Yeoh, Karen P. Y. Lai, Michael W. Charney, Tong Chee Kiong (auth.), Brenda S. A. Yeoh, Michael W. Charney, Tong Chee Kiong (eds.)
The time period 'transnationalism' has won massive educational and renowned foreign money regardless of an absence of transparent definitions, partially simply because its total shape alterations as its impact comprises extra spheres of everyday life on numerous scales and contexts.
The goal of this quantity is to compile varied views in this phenomenon, utilizing case experiences that symbolize probably the most present pondering on 'transnationalism' in a variety of disciplines. principal issues which this ebook explores contain felony and fiscal reactions to transnational migration; the (re)negotiation of identities within the context of adjusting nationwide, social and cultural identities; and the emergence of latest imaginings of domestic and social house in transnational groups. Approaching Transnationalisms: reviews on Transnational Societies, Multicultural Contacts and Imaginings of Home foregrounds robust transnational forces crossing the limits of geographical regions, and even as, supplies consciousness to the ongoing importance of the countryside and the range of localized reactions to transnational demanding situations.
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Numerous polling places for the consulta were set up throughout the region. S . to support the Zapatista cause. According to the coalition's leadership these transnational voting arrangements came about as a result of the translocal connections forged between Los Angeles transnational activists and the Zapatista leadership in Chiapas. In their words: "There were some serious objections up here because only people living in Mexico could vote in the consulta ... so they got that restriction changed by the Zapatistas" (Schou, 1999: 4).
Minimum wage, safety, and overtime laws. ' They warn of dire consequences for Koreatown businesses already "adversely affected by the financial crisis in South Korea" (Kang, 1998: AI). Whatever the outcomes of the various organizing campaigns now being waged to reshape Koreatown's ethnic economy, the very intensity of these ongoing struggles indicates that the social construction of 'Koreatown' is very much an unfinished project. At this transnational moment it is instructive to view Los Angeles' Koreatown as a social construction being reconstituted by a local politics of place making and struggles over livelihood in which diverse transnational flows and connections, such as those detailed in this narrative, are likely to continue to play important roles.
For example, to call attention to the plight of immigrant workers in general in Los Angeles, KIWA joined in a campaign with Local 11 of the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union (HERE) to deal with the union busting tactics of the new Korean owners of the Plaza Hotel who had fired a unionized and mostly Latino staff and began hiring cheaper non-unionized transnational migrant workers (Kim, 1999: 6; Lee, 1996). KIWA successfully researched the history of the Korean firm that had purchased the hotel by using transnational connections of its own because KIWA had "access to information sources in Korea not available to the union" (Lee 1996, 55).