Chinese Migrants and Society in Mali: Local Constructions of Globalization

in African and Asian Studies
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Abstract

In this contribution, I shall consider the social perceptions of politics and economy related to the interdependences between Chinese migrants and local population in Mali. Such representations give a particular shape to a large number of identity constructions. In each specific context, the spaces and groups to which Malian and Chinese residents refer, highlight social representations of the two nation-states and societies, of their present relationships. Individual and collective strategies should then be analysed from a point of view stressing the links between economic rationalities and political constructions.

Chinese Migrants and Society in Mali: Local Constructions of Globalization

in African and Asian Studies

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