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Citizens in MotionEmigration, Immigration, and Re-migration Across China's Borders$
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Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781503606661

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9781503606661.001.0001

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Citizenship Across the Life Course

Citizenship Across the Life Course

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(p.33) 3 Citizenship Across the Life Course
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Citizens in Motion
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Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho

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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9781503606661.003.0003

Analyzing emigration, immigration, and re-migration concurrently, under the framework of contemporaneous migration, directs us toward evaluating what it means to stake claims to different components of citizenship in more than one political community across a migrant’s life course. This chapter examines the way the Mainland Chinese migrants negotiate social reproduction concerns that extend across international borders, their multiple national affiliations, and aspirations for recognition and rights as they journey between China and Canada across the life course. Patterns of re-migration are transforming the social relations of citizenship, re-spatializing rights, obligations, and belonging. Source and destination countries are also reversed during repeated re-migration or transnational sojourning. Transnational sojourning forges citizenship constellations that interlink how migrants understand and experience citizenship across different migration sites.

Keywords:   citizenship constellations, migrant integration, life course, middling migrants, secondary diaspora, skilled migration, social reproduction, transnational families, transnational sojourning, Canada

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