Economic Survival Strategies of Turkish Migrants in London

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About the author:
Dr Olgu Karan is Assistant Professor in Sociology at Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey. He obtained his PhD at London Metropolitan University's Working Lives Research Institute where he conducted the research titled "Collective Resource Mobilisation for Economic Survival within the Turkish Speaking Communities in London" supervised by Dr Leroi Henry and Professor Allan Williams. Dr Karan received his BA degree in Political Science from Bilkent University and MA degree in Political Sociology from the Dalarna University in Falun. His research interests include social exclusion, social movements, and development.

Economic Survival Strategies of Turkish Migrants in London
 

Authored by Olgu Karan
Foreword by Steve Jefferys

Economic Survival Strategies of Turkish Migrants in London by Olgu KARAN.

"This study is about economic survival in the Turkish and Kurdish communities of North London with some interesting comparisons to the longer established Turkish Cypriot community. It is to be welcomed that the study spans macro and micro levels. Also to be welcomed is that it eschews the idea that identity and culture is fixed and unchanging, providing some fascinating and important examples to the contrary, and that it moves beyond essentially culturalist approaches to entrepreneurship and even more so, mainstream individualist ones."
Professor Theo Nichols, Cardiff University, UK

"Dr Karan noticed that two ethnic communities in conflictual relationships with each other in home country (Turkey) are marshalling collective resources in a very cooperative way across ethnic boundaries and forming small business ventures and thus contributing to the empowerment and upgrading of their households and communities."
Professor Bahattin Aksit, Maltepe University, Istanbul


Publication Date:
2017-03-14
ISBN/EAN13:
1910781487 / 9781910781487
Page Count:
222
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Social Science / Emigration & Immigration




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